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  • Protein matrix with up to 83% protein i.Tr.
  • High biological value
  • 51% EAAs, 28% BCAAs
  • Extra Leucine & Glutamine
  • Excellent taste & excellent solubility
  • Suitable for building muscle and losing fat


What can I expect from Hi Tec Nutrition “Whey C6”?

“Whey C6” contains a special protein matrix (whey protein concentrate, ultra-filtered whey protein concentrate, cross-flow filtered whey protein isolate, ion-exchanged whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate hydrolysate, whey protein isolate hydrolysate) and a high protein content. It is characterized by a high biological value (104 - 159), a high proportion of essential amino acids, extra leucine & glutamine and other co-substrates.


How does Hi Tec Nutrition “Whey C6” work?

The protein matrix, which is rarely found, enables a quick and high-quality supply of proteins during the post-training period and, together with a suitable diet, can be proven to support muscle building and the reduction of body fat. Proteins also contribute to the maintenance of normal bones. The special feature of whey protein, which comes from milk, is that it quickly enters the blood and can develop its functionality there. This includes, among other things, the fact that it stimulates protein synthesis like no other protein and thus promotes the development of tissue structures, including muscles.


The product is also characterized by a low carbohydrate and fat content and contains extra amounts of leucine and glutamine. According to individual studies, leucine supports protein biosynthesis in the muscles like no other amino acid. The low carbohydrate and fat content makes the protein perfect for every sporting goal, for every body type and is also suitable for competitive bodybuilding.

The product is rounded off by digestive enzymes such as lactase, which support the digestion of lactose in people with lactose intolerance. Different flavors offer enough variety here too.

Hi Tec Whey C6 1kg

  • We recommend taking 30-40g early in the morning and before and after training.

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