|By PR Newswire||
|April 15, 2014 05:01 AM EDT||
LONDON, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
A company providing lactose-free body building, sports and weight-loss supplements has revolutionised the way 1000's of people in the UK train.
DA Fitness Nutrition (http://www.dafitness-nutrition.com) has developed a special range of supplements and shakes which are suitable for everyone, including people with lactose intolerance.
Daminda R Ralalage Bsc(Hons), NSCA-CPT of Director of research and development and founder of DA FITNESS-NUTRITION LTD explains: "More than 40% of the UK population are lactose intolerant, yet they still want to benefit from the nutritional and strength-giving value of sports nutrition supplements. It's been proven in scientific research that products that contain lactose (i.e traditional whey protein supplements) can reduce protein absorption, as the lactose acts as a barrier during the digestive process, which leads to poor training results and leaves you with a bloated stomach. That's why we have developed a premium whey protein sports and weight-loss range, which caters to 100% of supplement users, whilst maximising protein absorption; therefore delivering superior benefits and results, compared to what you get from a traditional protein supplement."
The products use revolutionary SE-BioPRO (Scientifically Engineered Bioactive Protein complex), which is an exclusive blend of ULTRA-PREMIUM WHEY PROTEIN COMPLEX including Delactosed, a whey protein isolate, hydrolysed whey and whey concentrate.
SE-BioPRO has higher bioactive peptides, high biological value and is fortified with both Essential and Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) for rapid absorption and faster recovery while developing lean muscle tissues.
Satisfied customer Stephen Canneaux explains how DA Fitness Nutrition changed his life:
"I have been working towards my goal of losing my excess fat and getting bigger for over 4 years," says Stephen. "I've tried many of the big brands of protein shakes and supplements, but just couldn't get below 15 stone. They gave me digestive problems and I didn't notice any step change in my performance, appearance, recovery time or energy levels."
"Then a year ago I was recommended DA Fitness Nutrition's High performance supplement range and I haven't looked back," he continues. "It consists of Advanced Protein IGF-1, whilst using their Lean Max. This, combined with advice from the DA team on my training routine and general diet, meant I went from 15 1/2 stone to 13 1/2 stone in 6 months, I became trim and have never felt better! I was so impressed and shocked that I had finally found a combination that works for me; since then 3 of my friends and my brother have had similar results."
DA Fitness Nutrition supply the full range of supplements to meet every sportsperson's requirements, including high-protein for lean mass and definition, diet and fat-loss shakes, and advanced creatine and amino acids formulas to gain maximum strength, power and muscle endurance.
Samantha Conroy, 21, has lost a total of 7 stone on the system:
"My journey started in Nov 2012 when I decided I needed to change my lifestyle," says Samantha. "At the time my weight was 17 stones. I started my journey by undertaking personal training with Ashley Crooks. He advised me to take DA Fitness-Nutrition PRODIET SHAKE, PRO-6 and CLA to help me with my training. After starting regular exercise and supplements, I have found that my energy levels are high and I was able to drop 1 stone a month. Now I weigh only 10 stones and am able to fit into size 8 clothes."
Daminda Ralalage Bsc(Hons), NSCA-CPT
Strength and Conditioning consultant
Director of research and development and founder of DA FITNESS-NUTRITION LTD
For more information visit http://www.dafitness-nutrition.com
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