Anyone who’s ever spent time trying to build quality muscle knows that beef is the one protein source above all others for producing the best gains. The main problems with beef consumption are the cost, convenience, and, unless you’re spending more on high-quality, grass-fed beef, it can also be high in saturated fat and cholesterol.
Keeping a high quality source of beef protein in your diet doesn’t have to be about having a fridge full of steaks…
The essential amino acid proﬁle in beef protein is similar to that of human muscle tissue, so it’s the perfect balance for preventing muscle breakdown and stimulating new muscle growth. Supplemental beef protein gives you all the acclaimed muscle-building beneﬁts without the high costs, and without the adverse effects commonly associated with high meat consumption.
TITANIUM BEEF Supreme is ampliﬁed beef protein. It’s 380% more concentrated than your typical store bought whole food beef ([USDA.gov Guidlines] beef, rib, eye, small end [ribs 10-12], separable lean and fat, trimmed to 0” fat, choice, raw), and this is a result of SAN’s own hydrolysis and ultra ﬁltration processing, which assures that you get all of the critical nutrients and amino acids sought after from beef, in a highly concentrated form.
SAN’s TITANIUM BEEF Supreme contains a whopping 23 grams of hydrolyzed beef isolate protein (97%) along with 2.5 grams of creatine monohydrate and 2 grams of extra BCAAs per serving. In comparison, 34 grams of pure raw rib-eye steak has about 5.95 grams of protein & 7.51 grams of total fat.¹
Turning a good protein source into a great one means raising the bar, and TITANIUM BEEF Supreme does exactly that. With the addition of 2.5 grams of CreaSolv brand’s creatine monohydrate and 2 grams of SAN’s exclusive BCAA PRO RELOADED, TITANIUM BEEF Supreme is on the highest level of protein available.
TITANIUM BEEF Supreme delivers all the muscle-building potential of beef and none of the drawbacks, all in one ampliﬁed protein source.
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