Enprocal - High Energy High Protein

Enprocal (En-energy; Pro-protein; Cal-calcium) is a new generation food supplement that provides concentrated nutrition. Based on whey protein, and with 19 essential vitamins and minerals, Enprocal is designed specifically for everyday healthy living. With its single scoop serve and neutral taste, Enprocal can be added to food or drinks to assist general health and wellbeing, with a focus on fighting frailty. The whey compositions combined with active ingredients such as vitamin D and calcium can help to improve muscular-skeletal health in elderly persons. Read More

Healthy Living Benefits

Because Enprocal is based on whey protein, it...

  • Assists muscle retention
  • Helps strengthen bones
  • Provides 609kJ energy per serve, mostly via whey protein

Nutritional Benefits

as described on Enprocal product label

  • 609kJ energy per serve
  • 15.1g protein per serve
  • Caffeine and gluten free

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Amino acids

What are amino acids?  Why do I need them?

Amino acids are the basic building blocks of our body.  Every cell in the human body contains amino acids and they are necessary for maintaining each and every cell and the storage of muscle, <let’s lead with the main point of interest> water and fat.

What is Enprocal and how can it benefit me?

Enprocal is a food supplement rich in whey protein, high in calcium, vitamin D and many other vitamins and minerals. These are nutrients that are closely linked to the protection of bone integrity (reduced risk of osteoporosis) and avoidance of muscle wasting (sarcopenia).

How is this relevant to me?

Sarcopenia is a muscle-loss condition that generally begins to emerge in one’s 40’s. Left unchecked, it progresses and is most pronounced a few decades later. Protein intake is essential in avoiding this condition.

Over 40? Sarcopenia – What you need to know.

Sarcopenia is a naturally occurring health condition that causes loss of muscle mass as we age. Beginning in our 40’s, sarcopenia results in the progressive loss of between 1% and 2% of our muscle mass and strength each year. Left unchecked, the loss of muscle mass can result in frailty and restricted independence. Sarcopenia is generally attributed to a few risk factors: being over 40 years of age, living a sedentary lifestyle, and malnutrition.

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