EHPlabs Oxywhey Protein Powder: Supporting Lean Wellness Goals
EHPlabs Oxywhey is a delicious protein powder designed to support recovery and repair.
Loaded with whey protein isolate this is rich in BCAA's to help support a fast recovery. This makes Oxywhey ideal to have after a tough workout in the gym to help muscle recovery.
A high-quality protein is exactly what we need after training to fuel muscle repair and ensure our body has what is needs to rebuid.
Oxywhey provides multiple recovery sources in one convenient protein powder making your repair process simple and easy.
Features of EHPlabs Oxywhey
- High in protein with 25gm per serve
- Suitable to use anytime throughout the day
- Added digestive enzymes so it's easy on your stomach
- Fortfied with extra vitamins and minerals
When should I take Oxywhey?
For best results mix 1-2 scoops of Oxywhey in 300ml cold water and drink post-workout. If you don't have a protein source at breakfast this is a great time to add in another serve to suport muscle recovery.
What do we like about Oxywhey at Spartans?
Oxywhey has a fantastic profile with multiple different protein sources in one product. We also like the addition of vitamins and digestive enzymes to ensure you get as much out of your protein as possible.
With a big range of flavours to choose from this is a fantastic choice for your post-workout shake.
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