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Soy protein

Soy protein is a protein that is isolated from the soybean. A soybean contains about 35% proteins. Soy protein comprises a complete amino acid profile and a relative high biological value. Therefore soy protein is one of the few vegetable sources of protein that can compete with animal protein...

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When is the best time to make my Recovery Shake and Isotonic?

For an important trainings day or competition you want to be prepared as good as possible. Often this means that a lot of athletes want to prepare everything the day before, including their sports nutrition. Some of them make their preparations a little too early, because of that the quality of...

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Fructose

Fructose, also known as fruit sugar, is a monosaccharide, which means that it is a simple carbohydrate. It is often bound to glucose to form the disaccharide (double carbohydrate) sucrose. Fructose is mainly found in honey, tree and vine fruits, flowers, berries, and most root vegetables.

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The 5 steps in the product development process

Our product development process contains five steps. This may seem a very simple process but this process contains a lot of work and goes over a lot of time:

1. Idea, screening and evaluation
Everything starts with one or several ideas. This idea or specific question can arise from different...

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Sodium

Sodium is one of the four electrolytes that the body needs to function well. Sodium takes care of the contraction of muscles and gives together with potassium an important role in the regulation of blood pressure.

Sodium occurs naturally in most foods. The most common form of sodium is sodium...