CNP Lean Strength Stack


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The CNP Strength Stack offers you the supplements you need to reach a leaner and stronger physique

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The CNP Strength Stack offers you the supplements you need to reach a leaner and stronger physique

CNP Pro Peptide
With an advanced blend of bioactive slow and fast proteins - hydrolysed whey, whey protein high fraction concentrate, micellar casein and egg white - CNP Pro Peptide successfully brings these all together to provide both anabolic and anti-catabolic properties, meaning that less protein is wasted protein and more is utilised.

CNP Pro Peptide also includes probiotic organisms (friendly bacteria) which help assist in protein metabolism, which in turn leads to improved nitrogen retention - the perfect environment you’re your muscles to be able to grow - and help you maintain a healthy digestive system.

CNP Pro Peptide contains a high dose of peptide-bonded glutamine, a vital amino acid for your body. It also is low in fat and lactose helping ease digestion. It is one of the most advanced protein supplements on the market today, ideal for people of all fitness levels.

CNP Pro Creatine E2
CNP have done it again - adding a further superior supplement to their arsenal of exceptional products. If you're looking for the very next generation creatine - designed to maximise strength, size, explosive power and recover with none of the side effects of monohydrate creatine, then you have finally found it! E2, one of the leading creatine ethyl ester products available on the market


CNP Pro-Creatine E2 ethyl ester is creatine at the end stage of evolution. By bonding an ester to creatine, we have given it a lipophilic (fat penetrating) property.

This has increased its bio availability over any other form of creatine by a staggering 3900%! This now means that any fluid retained will be in muscle cells, not under the skin. Dosages need only be a small percentage of conventional dosing protocols and there is no need to load and no down-regulation of creatine transporters.

There's also no need to add simple sugars to create an "insulin spike", thus none of the potential gains in body fat associated with this approach. Best of all, there are none of the unpleasant side effects or damage to performance that can be experienced with existing forms of creatine. Now, all that can be gained from creatine supplementation is benefit.

CNP Pro Bar XS
CNP Pro-Bar XS high protein food bar contains 30 grams of a high quality fast and slow protein matrix mix including milk protein isolate, whey protein concentrate and micellar casein. A delicious, soft-textured chewy crisp high protein food bar that is low in simple sugars, Pro-Bar XS is easy to transport fitting easily into your pockets, gym bag or car glove compartments, and is an easy, convenient way of ensuring your protein demands are met no matter where you are.

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I'm nearly idcanietlReview by Aoi
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I'm nearly idcanietl to you. I'm 15, 5'4 , and 140.Honestly going vegetarian doesn't guarantee weight-loss unless you really pay attention to your calorie and nutrient intake. Vegetarians tend to actually GAIN weight when they first start out because they resort to eating processed foods and carbs. Potato chips, mashed potatoes, white bread, cookies, soda, and most candies are all vegetarian.When I went vegetarian I gained about 10 pounds, then after I started paying attention to the foods I ate I lost about 15. In order to lose weight as a vegetarian, you have to replace your meats properly. When I went vegetarian at first I just eliminated my meats. When my mom made steak, mashed potatoes and corn for dinner, I just ate potatoes and corn.Morning Star and Boca products are good for starters. They are basically fake meat, made from vegetables and soy products. But I wouldn't eat these excessively, since they are loaded with processed ingredients. You really, really have to make sure you're eating a variety of vegetables and fruits. Before it wasn't AS important since you obtain many nutrients from meat. But now you MUST make sure you aim for at least 6-8 fruits/vegetables a day.As long as you're conscious about what you're eating and don't resort to cupcakes and potato chips, you definitely could lose weight on a healthy vegetarian diet. (Posted on 12/3/15)
Can anyone give me aReview by Tirey
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Can anyone give me a few ponriets on weight gainers and muscle-building products (creatine, glutamine etc.)?Background: I'm 39 years old and have always been about 130 pounds, with a lean runner's build (although I don't run). I've worked out at a gym for about six years, always with the goal of just staying fit and toned. Lately, I've thought: Hey, why not try to add a little bit of muscle? So now my goal is to add eight to 10 pounds of muscle mass, which I don't think is TOO ambitious. I've already started increasing my caloric intake from food, and I'm stepping up the intensity of my lifting. But I've also considered adding the component of muscle gainers (NOT steroids). I'm a novice on that front, though, and have a few questions. Can anyone help? (Oh, also: I'm already taking whey protein shakes after workouts)1. Based on the background details, are there any products you'd particularly recommend? I work out at 24-Hour Fitness in Dallas, where they have all sorts of stuff, like CytoGainer, BSN TrueMass, APEX Volumizer, Glutamine powder, Muscle Milk etc.2. If I used any of these products and achieve my goal and am happy with the results, can I phase out the products (because wow, they are expensive!), or do I have to keep taking them to preserve the muscle gains? Once I acquire the new muscle, are there alternatives to the products that would allow me to keep the muscle?3. Is it true that some of these products cause bloating? While I'm no model or super athlete, I do have nice abs that I'm proud of, and I wouldn't want to run into a permanent bloating look that would ruin that appearance. Is the bloating temporary?4. I am only able to work out 3 to 4 times a week. Are you required to use most of the products every single day, or could I see results by taking them on workout days only?5. If I can only afford one or two products, what would you recommend? The CytoGainer appears to be fairly all-purpose. Thoughts?Sorry for the long string of questions. Thanks for any input! (Posted on 7/3/15)
Creatine comes in twReview by Manal
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Creatine comes in two forms. one is pure creatine mordyhonate which will just help your muscles absorb more water, not really making you any stronger, just looking better. The other form is a blend of creatine with energy which means its full of carbs. One type I used to use had 33g per serving. Carbs, with protein, will help you build muscle and gain weight, and added muscle tissue will help burn fat faster.I hope that helps. If not, and you don't get a better answer, feel free to contact me and I'll try to give you a better answer. (Posted on 5/22/14)

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