It appears as though you were looking for GHOST PROTEIN. An alternative option would be BEVERLY INTERNATIONAL U.M.P. That stands for ULTIMATE MUSCLE PROTEIN. It's the ultimate. Why would you need anything other than THE ULTIMATE MUSCLE PROTEIN? A side-by-side comparison of Beverly to Ghost shows some great benefits.
Ole Bevs has the same amount of carbohydrates as Ghost, BUT there much less sugar in Beverly's. We're talking 3 grams vs 1 gram. Wow. That's what I'm talkin' about, because I'm talkin' bout minimal sugar. If you're taking a scoop or two or five per day, then those sugars add up.
Cholesterol is a factor that people like to minimize, if not eliminate from their diets. That's where Beverly also shines. U.M.P. has 10mg of cholesterol VS. 40mg in Ghost. That's a 4% VS. 13% of your daily allowance. Whoa. That's CholesterBALLIN'
Beverly has 20 grams of protein VS. Ghost's 25 grams. Don't let this fool you, though. It's not the quantity, but quality of the protein that matters. Both have Isolate protein heavily involved, but U.M.P. has Isolate from Milk Protein and Whey Protein; also, U.M.P. boasts Calcium Caseinate, Whey Protein Concentrate, Micellar Casein, Egg White, and a blend of amino acids to fill in all the gaps. Protein isn't all made equal. At the end of the day, it comes down the amino acid breakdowns. U.M.P. makes sure that you get the right amount and ratio by adding in the 3 Branch Chain Amino Acids, Arginine, and Glutamine.
Now, you may have read that they included BCAA's in Beverly's U.M.P., and you may be wondering why? Well let me take you on this journey. Protein is broken down into a litany of amino acids. The primary amino acid that starts Muscle Protein Synthesis is Leucine. So, by adding Leucine into this mix, they guarantee the muscle building pathway begins, and the rest of the amino acids will be used to build the muscle up.
With all of that being said, rest assured that Beverly's U.M.P. will more than exceed the expectations you had for Ghost Protein. This is one of our best selling proteins and for good reasons: taste and quality."
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