Jarrow Formulas® Slim Whey + HCA™ - Mocha

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Whey Protein + HCActive™ + Coffeeberry® Whole Coffee Fruit Powder
The Slim Whey™ a synergistic blend for weight management* Supports Appetite Control* Supports Lean Body Mass*
The Slim Whey™
  • Biologically Active*- Whey protein is rich in bioactive proteins and peptides
  • Supports Appetite Control*-HCActive™ (Garcinia Cambogia) aids in appetite control to help curb hunger in support of weight management.*
  • Natural Antioxidants - Antioxidants are found in whole coffee fruit.
    Jarrow Formulas® the slim whey™ combines whey protein concentrate with HCActive™, hydroxycitric acid (HCA from the fruit of Garcinia cambogia) stabilized as a potassium-magnesium salt.
    the slim whey™ supports appetite control and maintenance of lean body tissue, particularly when used in combination with regular exercise, to promote healthy body composition and weight management.* Coffeeberry® Whole Coffee Fruit Powder is a source of chlorogenic acids.

    * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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    Supplement Facts

    Serving Size 1 Heaping Scoop
    Servings Per Container 18
    Amount Per Serving % DV
    Calories 90.00
    Calories from Fat 20.00
    Total Fat 2.00 g3%
    Trans Fat 0.00 g
    Cholesterol 40.00 mg13%
    Total Carbohydrate 0.000%
    Magnesium 70.00 mg18%
    Calcium 95.00 mg10%
    Saturated Fat 1.00 g5%
    Dietary Fiber less than 1 gram 0.000%
    Sugars 1.00 g
    Protein 15.00 g30%
    Sodium 40.00 mg2%
    Potassium 500.00 mg14%
    HCActive™ potassium-magnesium (-)-hydroxycitrate (Garcinia cambogia extract) 1500.00 mg**
    CoffeeBerry® Whole Coffee Fruit Extract 250.00 mg **
    ** Daily Value (DV) not established

    Product Directions / Additional Info

    Mix one heaping scoop (Approx. 25 g) with 6 to 8 oz. of cold water, almond milk or your favorite beverage. This product should be used in combination with a regular exercise program and taken on an empty stomach. Take one serving after exercise (training days) or 30 to 60 minutes prior to breakfast or lunch (non-training days), and another serving 30 to 60 minutes prior to dinner or as directed by your qualified healthcare professional. Jarrow Formulas® the slim whey™ has a creamy texture that can also be made into a smoothie by blending with crushed ice.

    Other Ingredients: Natural Mocha Flavor, lecithin (from non-GMO sunflower seeds), non-hydrogenated palm oil, Cellulose Gum, Xanthan Gum, Carrageenan, organic rebiana (stevia) extract.

    No wheat, no gluten, no egg, no fish/shellfish,no peanuts/tree nuts. Contains NO artificialflavors or artificial sweeteners.

    Storage Instructions: Store in a cool, dry place.

    Warning: Keep out of reach of children

    Do not use this product if you have impaired kidney function.

    If you have a medical condition, are pregnant, lactating, trying to conceive, under the age of 18, or taking medications, consult your healthcare professional before using this product.

    May contain milk ingredients.

    Jarrow Formulas®
    P.O. Box 35994
    Los Angeles, CA 90035-4317

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    Health Notes

    Whey Protein

    Whey Protein
    This nutrient has been used in connection with the following health goals
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    This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:

    Athletic Performance
    Dose: 20 grams daily up to 1.2 grams of per 2.2 of pounds body weight per day
    Animal studies suggest that whey protein can increase gains in lean body mass resulting from exercise. One study found that people taking whey protein improved their performance on a test of short-term intense cycling exercise.(more)
    Immune Function
    Dose: Refer to label instructions
    Whey protein appears to improve some aspects of immune function. One trial showed that whey protein increased blood glutathione levels in a group of HIV-infected people.(more)
    HIV and AIDS Support
    Dose: Refer to label instructions
    Whey protein is rich in the amino acid cysteine, which the body uses to make glutathione, an important antioxidant. Supplementing with it may improve immune function.(more)
    Osteoporosis
    Dose: Refer to label instructions
    Some whey proteins may reduce bone loss. Milk basic protein (MBP) is a mixture of some of the proteins found in whey protein and has been shown to promote bone density(more)
    Obesity
    Dose: Refer to label instructions
    Whey protein may aid weight loss due to its appetite-suppressing effect.(more)
    Athletic Performance
    Dose: 20 grams daily up to 1.2 grams of per 2.2 of pounds body weight per day

    Animal studies suggest that whey protein can increase gains in lean body mass resulting from exercise.1 A controlled trial found that six weeks of strength training while taking 1.2 grams of whey protein per 2.2 of pounds body weight per day resulted in greater gains in lean body mass, but improved only one out of four strength tests.2 Another controlled study found that people taking 20 grams per day of whey protein for three months performed better on a test of short-term intense cycling exercise than people taking a similar amount of milk protein (casein).3 However, a double-blind trial found that men taking 1.5 grams per 2.2 lbs of body weight per day of predigested whey protein for 12 weeks along with a strength training exercise program gained only half as much lean body mass and had significantly smaller increases in strength compared with men using a similar amount of predigested casein along with strength training.4 A controlled study of HIV-infected women found that adding whey protein to strength training exercise was no more effective than exercise alone for increasing strength or improving body composition.5

    References

    1. Bouthegourd JC, Roseau SM, Makarios-Lahham L, et al. A preexercise alpha-lactalbumin-enriched whey protein meal preserves lipid oxidation and decreases adiposity in rats. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 2002;283:E565-72.

    2. Burke DG, Chilibeck PD, Davidson KS, et al. The effect of whey protein supplementation with and without creatine monohydrate combined with resistance training on lean tissue mass and muscle strength. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 2001;11:349-64.

    3. Lands LC, Grey VL, Smountas AA. Effect of supplementation with a cysteine donor on muscular performance. J Appl Physiol 1999;87:1381-5.

    4. Demling RH, DeSanti L. Effect of a hypocaloric diet, increased protein intake and resistance training on lean mass gains and fat mass loss in overweight police officers. Ann Nutr Metab 2000;44:21-9.

    5. Agin D, Gallagher D, Wang J, et al. Effects of whey protein and resistance exercise on body cell mass, muscle strength, and quality of life in women with HIV. AIDS 2001;15:2431-40.

    Immune Function
    Dose: Refer to label instructions

    A double-blind trial showed that 45 grams per day of whey protein increased blood glutathione levels in a group of HIV-infected people.1 Test tube2, 3 and animal4 studies suggest that whey protein may improve some aspects of immune function.

    References

    1. Micke P, Beeh KM, Buhl R. Effects of long-term supplementation with whey proteins on plasma glutathione levels of HIV-infected patients. Eur J Nutr 2002;41:12-8.

    2. Wong KF, Middleton N, Montgomery M, et al. Immunostimulation of murine spleen cells by materials associated with bovine milk protein fractions. J Dairy Sci 1998;81:1825-32.

    3. Cross ML, Gill HS. Modulation of immune function by a modified bovine whey protein concentrate. Immunol Cell Biol 1999;77:345-50.

    4. Minehira K, Inoue S, Nonaka M, et al. Effects of dietary protein type on oxidized cholesterol-induced alteration in age-related modulation of lipid metabolism and indices of immune function in rats. Biochim Biophys Acta 2000;1483:141-53.

    HIV and AIDS Support
    Dose: Refer to label instructions

    Whey protein is rich in the amino acid cysteine, which the body uses to make glutathione, an important antioxidant. A double-blind trial showed that 45 grams per day of whey protein increased blood glutathione levels in a group of HIV-infected people.1 Test tube2 and animal3 studies suggest that whey protein may improve some aspects of immune function.

    References

    1. Micke P, Beeh KM, Buhl R. Effects of long-term supplementation with whey proteins on plasma glutathione levels of HIV-infected patients. Eur J Nutr 2002;41:12-8.

    2. Wong KF, Middleton N, Montgomery M, et al. Immunostimulation of murine spleen cells by materials associated with bovine milk protein fractions. J Dairy Sci 1998;81:1825-32.

    3. Minehira K, Inoue S, Nonaka M, et al. Effects of dietary protein type on oxidized cholesterol-induced alteration in age-related modulation of lipid metabolism and indices of immune function in rats. Biochim Biophys Acta 2000;1483:141-53.

    Osteoporosis
    Dose: Refer to label instructions

    Some whey proteins may reduce bone loss.1 Milk basic protein (MBP) is a mixture of some of the proteins found in whey protein. A preliminary trial found that 300 mg per day of MBP improved blood measures of bone metabolism in men, suggesting more bone formation was occurring than bone loss.2 A double-blind trial found that women taking 40 mg per day of MBP for six months had greater gains in bone density compared with those taking a placebo.3 No osteoporosis-related research has been done using complete whey protein mixtures.

    References

    1. Toba Y, Takada Y, Yamamura J, et al. Milk basic protein: a novel protective function of milk against osteoporosis. Bone 2000;27:403-8.

    2. Toba Y, Takada Y, Matsuoka Y, et al. Milk basic protein promotes bone formation and suppresses bone resorption in healthy adult men. Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 2001;65:1353-7.

    3. Aoe S, Toba Y, Yamamura J, et al. Controlled trial of the effects of milk basic protein (MBP) supplementation on bone metabolism in healthy adult women. Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 2001;65:913-8.

    Obesity
    Dose: Refer to label instructions

    Whey protein may aid weight loss due to its effect on appetite. In a preliminary study, people were given 48 grams of either whey protein or milk protein (casein). Whey consumption resulted in more hunger satisfaction and reduced the amount of food eaten 90 minutes later compared with casein consumption.1 However, a double-blind study found that men taking 1.5 grams per 2.2 lbs body weight per day of whey protein for 12 weeks along with a low-calorie diet and a strength training exercise program lost the same amount of weight and body fat as did a control group that followed a similar program, but took a casein supplement instead of whey protein.2

    References

    1. Hall WL, Millward DJ, Long SJ, Morgan LM. Casein and whey exert different effects on plasma amino acid profiles, gastrointestinal hormone secretion and appetite. Br J Nutr 2003;89:239-48.

    2. Demling RH, DeSanti L. Effect of a hypocaloric diet, increased protein intake and resistance training on lean mass gains and fat mass loss in overweight police officers. Ann Nutr Metab 2000;44:21-9.

    Whey protein is a mixture of some of the proteins naturally found in milk. The major proteins found in whey protein include beta-lactoglobulin and alpha-lactalbumin. Whey protein has one of the highest protein digestibility-corrected amino acid scores (PDCAAS; a measure of protein bioavailability) and is more rapidly digested than other proteins, such as casein (another milk protein). 1

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