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Quick Overview

Serving Size1 Scoop (30 g)
Servings Per Container~66
Energy503 KJ/ 119 kcal
Fat1.2 g
Carbohydrate1.5 g
Protein25.5 g
Salt0.09 g
Creatine Monohydrate3000 mg
Taurnie1000 mg
D-aspartic Acid500 mg

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  • WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE: 85G out of 100 G
  • TAURINE: 1000mg Per Serving*
  • D-ASPARTIC ACID (DAA): 500mg Per Serving*
  • BCAA: 6000mg Per Serving*
  • FENUGREEK EXTRACT for Protein Synthesis

Additional Information

BrandKevin Levrone Signature Series
Recommended ForBuild Muscle
Key IngredientsCreatine, Others, Whey Protein
Product OverviewNo

Protein Intake Guide


Protein is very important. Our health suffers when we take insufficient amount of protein. However, when the question of how much amount of protein should be taken, there are vastly different opinions about it. The protein needs vary from person to person. The factors determining the intake amount of protein are age, weight, gender, medical conditions and the physical efforts. If you want to determine how may calories you need on a daily basis, the first thing to do is to determine your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) and then apply the Harris-Benedict Principle.

Step 1- Calculating BMR:

GenderFormula for calculating BMR
MenBMR=66.4730 + (13.7516 x weight in kg) + (5.0033 x height in cm) – (6.7550 x age in years)
WomenBMR = 655.0955 + (9.5634 x weight in kg) + (1.8496 x height in cm) – (4.6756 x age in years)

Step 2- Applying the Harris-Benedict Principle:

Use the following table based on your exercise routine to calculate amount of your daily calorie intake to maintain right amount of weight:

Exercise RoutineDaily Calorie Requirement
Little to no exerciseBMRx1.2
Light exercise (1-3 days per week)BMRx1.375
Moderate exercise (4-5 days per week)BMRx1.55
Heavy exercise (6-7 days per week)BMRx1.725
Very heavy exercise (twice per day, extra heavy workouts)BMRx1.9


The best time to consume Whey protein is immediately after workout especially in the morning. For people who exercise on a regular basis, it is best for them to consume Whey protein shake immediately after the workout. According to a report published by the National Strength and Conditioning Association, the minimum amount of protein that should be consumed following a workout is 15g.

After exercise your body is highly sensitive to insulin and transports proteins and carbohydrates into muscle cells instead of fat cells. The amino acids are synergistic with anabolic effects of insulin. Because whey protein is fast acting and it gets digested very quickly, it is ideal to consume following workout.


The Whey protein should be stored in a dry and cool place. Under high temperature, the natural qualities of Whey protein get altered and if consumed, it can cause some allergies.


It is always recommended to take Whey protein on expert advice or doctor’s suggestion. Read the label of the product carefully before consumption. You may be allergic to certain type of protein, so it is important to understand the sensitivity of your body.

There are three different types of Whey protein: isolate, concentrate, and hydrolysate. They differ on the basis of their particle size and amount of protein by volume. They can have the following negative health effects:

  • Whey protein can affect the immune system very badly especially those who have allergy to milk protein. When it enters the blood stream, immune system is attacked. Symptoms may be running nose and/or mucus in the lungs, rashes.
  • We know that whey protein comes from milk, and there are a lot of people who cannot drink milk because they have lactose intolerance. Whey protein usually contains more than 50% lactose. Allergy can cause cramping, bloating, nausea, flatulence, and even diarrhoea in some cases.
  • Unbalanced diet combined with higher intake of Whey protein can Weaken bones. As large amount of protein intake cause increase in acid production inside the body. As a result, calcium is released from bone as a buffer for the increased quantity of acid. Thus, loss of calcium and weak bones.
  • Probability of kidney damage. Although, no research supports the idea of kidney damage. However, some researchers still warn against excessive protein intake (>2g/kg of body weight per day).
  • Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) or type 1 diabetes, is an autoimmune disorder in which protein producing cells of pancreas are destroyed by the body. BSA (bovine serum albumin) is thought to be a possible trigger for IDDM. However, the exact role of BSA in IDDM is unclear as some studies favour an increment in levels of anti-BSA antibodies in sera from children developing IDDM and some declined the same.

All the above-mentioned side effects can generally be lightened by monitoring total protein consumption and keeping track of all allergies.

Creatine Intake Guide


Creatine is a nitrogenous organic acid found in vertebrate animal tissues. It usually occurs as phosphocreatine in muscle tissue. It is also excreted in the urine in the form of CREATININE. Formation of creatine in human body occurs primarily inside the liver and in the kideny from amino acids. It reaches the muscles through by the blood circulation. Out of the total amount of Creatine in the human body, approximately 95% is located in the skeletal muscle. It is directly produced in the human body and animals from glycine, L-arginine, and L-methionine. The primary source of Creatine is meat. Approximately half amount of the stored Creatine that is 1 g/day comes from meat. Because vegetables do not contain Creatine, vegetarians face lower levels of muscle Creatine. However, use of Creatine supplements help in maintaining the level of creatine in vegetarians and people with low levels of creatine.


Production of Creatine takes place in the liver, kidneys and pancreas from amino acids namely arginine, glycine, and methionine, and also present in food. Creatine exists in equilibrium with phosphocreatine in the skeletal muscle which acts as a a source of ATP (Adenosine and Three Phosphate). ATP is the source of energy for many metabolic processes. Creatine is mostly used by athletes both, to increase their performance in high-intensity physical workout and to increase muscle mass.


95% of Creatine is stored in the skeletal muscle. Creatine Monohydrate (CrM) accepts a high energy phosphate from oxidative phosphorylation and creates phosphoCreatine called PC. This phosphoCreatine is used by the skeletal muscles to generate ATP. ATP breaks down into ADP and produces the energy required by the muscles involved in short term and high intensity exercise (5–15 seconds). Since, it is not possible to store ATP within the muscles in excessive amount and it is used rapidly during exhaustive workout, the availability of PhosphoCreatine (PC) becomes very important in the muscles for energy production.


  • Improved athletic performance: Creatine increases the energy, metabolism and stamina. Athletes prefer to take Creatine as it helps in improving their performance, increase the fitness level and also helps in maintaining the increased fitness level.
  • Increased stamina: Creatine provides strength to the body and enhances its capacity to perform high intensity exercise, thus fecilitating the blood circulation to the heart. This way the body can carry out any kind of workout.
  • Improves muscle volume: Creatine acts as a stimulus for protein sysnthesis and produces heavy muscle appearance. This way, athletes and bodybuilders causes muscle cells to expand.
  • Improves the nervous system: Creatine increases the survival rate of nerve cells and helps in the development of neurons.
  • Fights Diabetes: Besides all the good effects, Creatine also helps in improving the glucose tolerance capacity of a human body. Thus helping the body to fight against diabetes.
  • Lessens Sarcopenia: Sarcopenia is an age related muscle loss problem. It is the degenerative loss of muscle mass, muscle quality,muscle strength, growth hormones, insulin hormones, and testosterone. Creatine helps in reducing the loss of muscle mass.


During the loading phase, take only 20g of Creatine monohydrate in a day (5g four times a day). Divide all four dosage equally and take one of them immediately after workout.

After five days, for maintenance stage, lower the consumption making it 10g per day divided into two sessions. Again, take one dose just after the workout.

The higher dose supplementation of 20g per day before a lower dose supplementation of 10g per day helps in maintaining full levels of Creatine withing the body. Generally, there is no fixed time to take Creatine. Creatine can also be mixed with fruit juice, water or or other supplements like whey protein. Howevere, it is advised to consume freshly prepared Creatine Monohydrate (CrM). Do not store it. It is also recommended that the Creatine cycle be on 8 weeks on and then next 4 weeks should be off.

Precautions and Warnings

Taking more supplements does not mean it is going to work better. Excess amount of Creatine is excreted by the body, once the ATP pool is full. Always keep the body hydrated as Creatine draws water from the body into muscle cells.

Refer to the following pecautions before taking it.

  • Not suitable for pregnant ladies or lactating mother.
  • If suffering from Kidney problems or diabetes, do not take Creatine supplement.
  • Supplements should always taken under the guidance of a doctor or qualified health counselor.
  • Keep the body hydrated while taking creatine.
  • There are some negative effects of Creatine that includes muscle cramp, weight gain, muscle strains and pulls, diarrhea, stomach upset, liver dysfunction, high blood pressure and kidney damage along with irregular heartbeat in some people.
  • Consumption of alcohol should be avoided while taking Creatine supplemement. Alcohol increases the side effects while reducing the benefits.
  • Creatine consumption increases amount of water retention and ensuing weight gain. Thus, to stop gaining unnecessary weight, it is necessary to exercise hard.
  • Creatine consumption is not recommended for people under the age of 18.
  • Athletes who consume Creatine suggest to break up the dose into 2 stages. The first stage is called the ‘loading stage’ and the second stage is called ‘maintenance stage’. Dextrose is also consumed along with creatine.
  • If any irregularities or side effects are noticed, immediately stop the use of this supplement and consult a doctor.


  • KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Always consult with a professional healthcare practitioner/qualified physician before taking this product if you are pregnant or a lactating mother, under 18 years of age and/or undergoing a treatment for any known medical condition.
  • Diabetics and Hypoglycemics should only use under the advice of a qualified, licensed physician or dietician.
  • These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease*.
  • Store in a cool, dry place away from light.
  • Product's MRP, Labelling and Packaging may vary from Time to Time Without Prior Notice.
  • *Terms and Conditions Apply.

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