ATP Science NoWay Protein 1Kg - Vanilla

RRP: $69.95 

NOWAY® COLLAGEN PROTEIN

  • Made from German Engineered BODYBALANCE® Collagen Peptides
  • Dairy Free
  • Gut Friendly
  • No Artificial Colours or Flavours

Feed your collagen to help TRAIN, BUILD, and RECOVER and go time and time again. Did you know, our total body protein content consists of approximately 30% collagen?2 Making it an integral aspect of how we go about our daily lives.

BODYBALANCE™ Hydrolysed Bovine collagen peptides found in the ATP Science NOWAY® Protein focus on the components that provide our physical actions with the strength they require day in and day out…

Flexibility
Movement
Recovery
Increase in daily protein.
Bloat free.
Gut friendly.
It is important to note that no two Collagen Peptides are the same. At ATP Science we use specific German-engineered Bovine Collagen Peptides, each with specific functions in the body. Our collagen is made up of type I and type III. You can read more on the types of collagen here.

NOWAY®, NOWAY® Juicy, and NOWAY® Coffee range all use the same BODYBALANCE™ Hydrolysed collagen peptides which target anyone living an active lifestyle to help them TRAIN, BUILD and RECOVER.

Why Collagen Protein?

Benefits of using Collagen:

Supports and Promotes Muscle Mass.
Supports and Promotes Muscle Strength.
Supports and Promotes Lean Body Mass.
Stimulates and Boosts Collagen Production.
Increases ProCollagen and Elastin.
Incorporating NOWAY® in your daily regime helps feed that 30% your body demands of its collagen structures specifically. That’s basically 1/3 of your total body protein required in a different form to elements found typically in whey where the amino acids:

– Glycine.
– Hydroxyproline.
– Proline.

Are less typically found in abundance – but needed by the body to form that springy protein structure of collagen properly the body.

What is a Peptide?

Peptides are specific cleaved shorter strands of amino acid sequences that provide a function that is specific to where they orientate in the body. They are functional, bioactive, and work as building blocks to other forms of proteins in the body – collagen is a perfect example. They act as a more specific instructor to a task – if that makes more sense.