Product Details

Naturally gluten-free. Suitable for vegetarians.

All-natural OsoLean powder has been shown in human clinical trials to promote fat loss when used in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise. OsoLean contains no fillers or artificial ingredients and is an excellent source of high-quality protein.  It’s a rich source of leucine, which is important for building muscle mass.

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Ingredients

Functional

  • Partially hydrolyzed whey protein isolate

    Partially hydrolyzed whey protein isolate. Whey protein is a component of cow’s milk isolated in the standard cheese-making process. It is widely considered the highest-quality, naturally complete protein and is also one of the richest known natural sources of the essential branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) leucine, isoleucine and valine. Whey proteins contain about 10%–15% glycomacropeptides, small bioactive peptides high in BCAAs 1, and are an excellent source of bioavailable calcium. While naturally found in cow’s milk and yogurt, whey protein is also found in many commercial sports nutrition products such as drinks, energy bars and powder mixes. Commercial whey protein products typically come as whey protein concentrates or whey protein isolates, the difference being in the concentration levels of protein. Whey protein isolates tend to have a much higher percentage of protein (>90%) than concentrates (25%-80%) 1. Partially hydrolyzed whey protein consists of both whole protein and smaller peptide fragments.
      For adult men and women, it is recommended that protein provide around 10%-35% of total daily caloric intake 2. Whey protein is easily digested and absorbed into the bloodstream from the intestine faster than other proteins, such as casein 3. Individuals who are lactose intolerant may want to consult a physician before using whey protein products; however whey protein isolate typically has very low levels if any of lactose (<3%) 1. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been notified that industry considers whey protein isolate to be generally recognized as safe (GRAS) for its intended use and has not objected to its use for this purpose (GRN No. 37). Whey protein has been used in numerous clinical studies with no severe adverse reactions reported. Some individuals may experience minor gastrointestinal disturbances.

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    References

    1. Marshall K. Therapeutic applications of whey protein. Altern Med Rev 2004;9:136-56.
    2. Institute of Medicine. Dietary Reference Intakes for Energy, Carbohydrate, Fiber, Fat, Fatty Acids, Cholesterol, Protein, and Amino Acids. 2005.
    3. Boirie Y, Dangin M, Gachon P, Vasson MP, Maubois JL, Beaufrere B. Slow and fast dietary proteins differently modulate postprandial protein accretion. Proc Natl Acad Sci U.S A 1997;94:14930-5.
  • Sialic acid

    Sialic acid is the generic name for a group of sugar molecules commonly present in animal tissues. Sialic acids are present in essentially all human tissues, with the highest levels being found in the brain, where they are typically located at the ends of the sugar chains of cell-surface glycoproteins and glycolipids. The most common sialic acid found on human cells is N-acetylneuraminic acid (Neu5Ac or NANA). Sugar precursors to NANA are glucosamine and fructose. Human breast milk is also rich in oligosaccharides containing Neu5Ac. Foods containing high amounts of sialic acid include eggs and the whey component of dairy 1.

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    References

    1. Wang B, Brand-Miller J. The role and potential of sialic acid in human nutrition. Eur J Clin Nutr 2003;57:1351–69.
  • Whey mineral complex

    Whey mineral complex is a concentrated source of calcium and other minerals obtained from filtering whey. Besides calcium, it includes essential minerals such as phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium and iron. It can be used as an additive for various foods such as drinks for the purpose of providing nutrition. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been notified that industry considers whey mineral concentrate to be generally recognized as safe (GRAS) for its intended use and has not objected to its use for this purpose (GRN No. 52).

    This ingredient can also be found in the following products:

Formulation

  • Soy lecithin

    Soy lecithin is a combination of naturally occurring phospholipids extracted during the processing of soybean oil. It consists of three types of phospholipids- phosphatidylcholine, phosphatidylethanolamine and phosphotidylinositol. Soy lecithin is used commercially in substances as a natural way to stabilize liquid mixtures. Lecithin is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for human consumption with the status generally recognized as safe (GRAS) (21CFR184.1400).

Product Claims

Products

OsoLean® Powder

Product Numbers

22001: 366 g OsoLean powder

Country

South Africa

Effective

September 2016

Supersedes

March 2013
  • Quality and Safety
    • All-natural
    • No fillers
    • Naturally sourced
    • With naturally sourced ingredients
    • No artificial ingredients
    • No MSG, artificial flavors, artificial colors or preservatives
    • Gluten-free
    • Naturally gluten-free
    • Suitable for vegetarians
    • Low glycemic
    • Kosher
    • Patented technologyŧ
    • OsoLean is obtained from milk provided daily from local dairy farmers in Idaho and New Mexico. Each milk batch is tested thoroughly for antibiotics and other contaminants, and milk that does not meet high quality standards is rejected.

    ŧGlanbia Nutritionals (Ireland) Ltd. is the patent holder for the peptide whey protein technology.

  • About OsoLean Protein

    4 Scoops (24.4 grams)/Day OsoLean Powder


     

    • OsoLean supplies 24.4 g/day partially-hydrolyzed whey protein powder that provides 20 g/day branched-chain amino acid (BCAA)-rich protein.
    • OsoLean supplies 24.4 g/day partially-hydrolyzed whey protein powder that provides 20 g/day leucine-rich protein.
    • [Easy/simple] to add to foods or liquids
    • Clinically tested fat loss peptides
    • Clinically tested
    • [High, rich, excellent] source of protein (>20% DV)
    • [High, rich, excellent] source of high-quality protein
    • [Good, rich] source of BCAAs
    • [Good, rich] source of leucine, which is important for building muscle mass
    • Contains fast-digesting milk protein
    • [High in/rich in/excellent source of] calcium
    • Contains sialic acid, a sugar found in glycoproteins
    • For most adults, intake of OsoLean can help keep daily protein intake within the recommended range of 10%-35% of energy consumed
  • Weight Loss Benefits

    4 Scoops (24.4 grams)/Day OsoLean Powder


    • Helps promote fat loss [when combined with/as part of] the OsoLean plan and proper exercise*
    • The addition of OsoLean to your daily diet will support healthy fat loss when combined with the OsoLean plan and proper exercise*
    • Helps reduce body fat when combined with the OsoLean plan and proper exercise*
    • Helps improve lean mass to fat ratio [when combined with/as part of] the OsoLean plan and proper exercise*
    • Helps you lose fat while maintaining lean muscle mass [when combined with/as part of] the OsoLean plan and proper exercise*
    • Includes peptides from whey protein that emerging studies suggest play a role in management of body fat*
    • Includes whey protein which promotes loss of fat while preserving muscle mass when combined with the OsoLean plan and proper exercise*
    • The addition of OsoLean to your daily diet may tip the dietary balance toward increased protein content and reduced carbohydrate content
    • Retention of lean muscle mass when burning fat is important in maintaining body strength
    • OsoLean includes whey protein and calcium from milk that, in a clinical test, promoted fat loss and minimized loss of muscle tissue when combined with the OsoLean plan and proper exercise*
    • In a double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study, consumption of OsoLean targeted body fat and spared lean muscle tissue when combined with the OsoLean plan and proper exercise*
    • Lose the Fat, Keep the Lean!
    • Lose inches
    • Live healthy and lose inches the all-natural way*
    • Live healthy and lose centimeters the all-natural way*
    • OsoLean may help you lose inches from your waist when combined with the OsoLean plan and proper exercise*
    • OsoLean [curbs your appetite/helps you feel full] when combined with the OsoLean plan and proper exercise*

     

    Individual results may vary (and are acceptable when appearing in context of other statements clarifying that fat loss/lean muscle retention is achieved with the OsoLean plan and proper exercise)

  • Exercise Recovery Benefits

    4 Scoops (24.4 grams)/Day OsoLean Powder


     

    • To assist in recovery from strenuous exercise, take a daily amount (4 scoops) of OsoLean within one hour after exercise*
    • To maximize exercise recovery benefits, consume a daily dose of OsoLean within one hour after exercise*
  • About Protein, Amino Acids and Calcium
    • Proteins are the major functional and structural component of all the cells of the body. They also function as enzymes, in membranes, as transport carriers, and as hormones; their component amino acids serve as precursors for nucleic acids, hormones, vitamins and other important molecules.
    • Branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) are among the nine amino acids that are essential for humans. They account for 35% of the essential amino acids in muscle proteins and are used to fuel working muscles and stimulate protein synthesis.
    • In numerous studies, it has been demonstrated that whey protein digests easily
    • Many adults over the age of 70 consume inadequate protein, so may benefit from protein supplementation
    • Adults over the age of 70 may need to consume additional dietary protein, to avoid loss of muscle mass
    • Older adults on calorie-restricted diets are at particular risk of losing muscle mass
    • Increased protein intake supports healthy weight maintenance after weight loss
    • Increased protein intake supports lean body composition during weight maintenance
    • Increasing your protein intake during weight maintenance supports a leaner you
    • Athletes and older individuals may benefit from increased protein intake because both groups have increased needs for muscle protein synthesis
    • When taken as a single ~20 g serving, whey protein has been repeatedly shown to increase muscle protein synthesis when taken by men and women at rest or post-exercise
    • Intake of a single serving of 20 g whey protein provides a (good, rich) source of amino acids to help support muscle recovery
    • Intake of a single serving of 20 g whey protein has been shown to support the development of lean muscle mass
    • Intake of a single serving of 20 g whey protein has been shown to help support an anabolic response to exercise
    • Intake of a single serving of 20 g whey protein has been shown to support muscle growth
    • Intake of a single serving of 20 g whey protein has been shown to support muscle tissue growth
    • Intake of a single serving of 20 g whey protein has been shown to support muscle retention
    • Some studies suggest that whey proteins may be better than casein or soy proteins in supporting the development of lean muscle mass
    • In numerous studies, 20-25 g whey protein supplementation stimulated muscle protein synthesis
    • According to a preliminary study of 17 healthy senior citizens, daily intake of 15 g whey protein for 8 weeks may help support the immune response to a vaccine
    • Moderately increasing protein intake by consuming a daily protein supplement may help protect against muscle loss associated with aging
    • Strength/Resistance-training athletes may require more daily intake of protein than sedentary individuals
    • Individuals involved in strenuous exercise may benefit from additional protein intake
    • Increased protein intake may be associated with losing more inches in your waist
    • Increased protein intake increases [satiety/a feeling of fullness]
    • Protein intake is associated with [satiety/a feeling of fullness]
    • Moderate increases in protein [intake/in your diet] increase [satiety/feelings of fullness]
    • Increasing your protein intake [can help you feel full/help you feel full to fight those cravings/may help you eat less throughout the day]
    • Whey protein isolate and/or hydrolyzed proteins are faster digesting than other forms of protein
    • Maintaining the level of calcium in the blood within a narrow physiological range is critical for the body to function normally
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