Clean Whole Protein - Nothing Added, 400 g
Clean Whole Protein - Nothing Added, 400 g
Clean Whole Protein - Nothing Added, 400 g
Clean Whole Protein - Nothing Added, 400 g
Clean Whole Protein - Nothing Added, 400 g
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Clean Whole Protein - Nothing Added, 400 g

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Mt. Capra
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Mt. Capra’s Clean Whole Protein encompasses everything that a clean grass-fed food should be; no sweeteners, no flavors, no gums, no stevia, no hormones, no GMO’s, no chemicals, and from happy goats grazing organic pasture.

IT’S TIME FOR A CLEAN PROTEIN
Mt. Capra’s grass-fed Clean Whole Protein encompasses everything that a clean food should be; no sweeteners, no flavors, no gums, no stevia, no hormones, no GMO’s, no chemicals, you get the idea.

THE CLEANEST PROTEIN ON THE PLANET
We include only 1, 2, or 3 ingredients in each one (go ahead and check the ingredients panel, we’ll wait). You can actually tell what is in each protein by just reading the name!

WHAT KIND OF PROTEIN IS CLEAN WHOLE PROTEIN?
All three of the Clean Whole Proteins come from grass-fed goat milk and contain a natural ratio of both proteins found in milk; whey and casein. Whey is known as a “fast” protein in that it is quickly absorbed and boosts the creation (building) of new muscle (protein accretion). Casein is known as a “slow” protein because, in case you couldn’t guess, it is slowly absorbed. The magic of casein lies in the fact that it can also “slow” the process of muscle breakdown (protein catabolism). This combination of fast and slow protein types boosts absorption and retention of lean body tissue which of course we commonly call muscle.