OxyELITE Protein – USPLabs Names New Advanced Leaning Protein

It’s official – the new “Advanced Leaning Protein” powder that is in beta-testing for USP Labs will be called OxyELITE Protein.

We’ll update the product page as soon as possible, but here are the highlights:

Fat-Burning Protein Currently in Beta Testing

Here’s our OxyELITE Protein Review, with the first video below:

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Here’s some brief details:

A Fat-Burning Ingredient Profile

The protein blend itself consists of milk protein isolate (which has both whey and casein in it), as well as whey protein concentrate 80% — this is good because the whey concentrate is a higher quality form than many products contain, and it’s not “front loaded”. So you know you’re getting greater (or equal) amounts of milk protein isolate. Great for taste!!

The USPLabs Protein Beta Test Has Begun

The USPLabs Protein Beta Test Has Begun

There’s lots of good stuff in here, including some of our favorites – CLA and MCT Oil, which we actually both recommend in our Weight Loss Supplement Stack for Women. Sounds like we’re on the same page as USP!

But there’s something extra-interesting here:

Polydextrose – A “New” Type of Fiber

The new stuff in here has a ton of benefits that we researched on our new polydextrose page. Not many products have this, and it’s mainly because it was only recently “legalized” by Health Canada.

But it looks both safe and beneficial — the best study showed that it helped “suppress appetite” in a way. It was used as a fiber to replace some carbs in a lunchtime meal, and then researchers monitored the subjects’ dinners.

Normally, when you do this, the subjects simply compensate by eating more int he evening. Not the case for polydextrose! The users ate normally at dinner, showing that polydextrose worked incredibly well as a food substitute.

It’s also used as a “baking agent” and sugar substitute, making this product even thicker and more filling than otherwise!

One note is that polydextrose is synthesized from glucose, sorbitol, and citric acid. So if you want a “natural” fiber source, this isn’t it.

CLA, MCT Oil, and High Oleic Sunflower Oil

The fats included help to lower the bad cholesterol, induce lipolysis (fat burning), and help you maintain weight while burning fat (we’re talking about CLA here). More coming on these!

No Filler Aminos

We have a report coming out soon, but the long and short of it is that there are ways for protein manufacturers to “pad their stats” in their products using some other amino acids. USPLabs isn’t doing this.

2g Net Carbs

Likely from the protein itself, and perhaps the cocoa, there’s 2g “net” carbs. This doesn’t include “carbs from fiber” due to the polydextrose above.

Great Taste

The beta testers (ourselves included) agree — this is a slam dunk tasting protein. Can’t wait to try more flavors!

When is the Release Date?

May 21st, the Inner Circle will receive the first blast of emails. We then assume it’ll be a couple of weeks after that.

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Some References

  1. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23231757 – Whey protein helps burn fat
  2. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22261578 – CLA helps with weight loss
  3. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22885981 – Polydextrose Appetite Suppression Results

About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is a biohacker with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several "n=1" experiments done on himself.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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