What Is Pure Nutrition Beef Protein?
Pure Nutrition Beef Protein is a great-tasting pure hydrolyzed beef protein powder produced by a proprietary hydrolyzation process yielding native beef protein amino acids that are rapidly and easily digested. This product is also extremely low in lactose, fat, and cholesterol, giving it all the benefits of red meat/beef without the health risks of eating things like steak.
Pure Nutrition Beef Protein is also:
- Packed with more than 2 grams of creatine per serving
- Over 83% protein content
- Extremely low fat content
- Extremely low carbohydrate content
- RIch in calcium
- Paleo- and keto-friendly
If you’re vegetarian or don’t want to consume protein sourced from red meat, we recommend Pure Nutrition Whey products or Pure Casein.
Why Is Beef Protein Ideal for the Paleo Diet?
Paleo dieting is a nutritional regimen based on what prehistoric (Paleolithic) humans ate. It is suggested that the typical human’s diet during the Paleo era derived roughly 60-70% of their energy intake from animal foods, particularly red meats.3 Moreover, since early humans didn’t have access to the agricultural advancements that modern humans do, it is likely they consumed minimal grains and processed sugar, as well as little dairy. This makes Beef Protein highly suitable for those on the Paleo diet.
Benefits of Pure Nutrition Beef Protein:
Beef protein is a complete protein containing all nine of the essential amino acids that promote muscle protein synthesis and inhibit muscle protein breakdown.4 Therefore, beef protein serves a crucial role in people who want to build muscle, improve their fitness, and enhance overall body composition.*
Beef protein also contains the most abundant amount L-glycine and L-hydroxyproline of any animal proteins, making it ideal for supporting collagen levels. Collagen is a class of peptides that make up connective tissues throughout the body, with research suggesting collagen levels decline as we age (beginning as early as your mid-20s).1
Research shows that there are a multitude of other benefits from ingesting beef protein thanks to its simple digestion (thanks to being extremely low in lactose and cholesterol), high creatine content, and rich profile of essential amino acids. These benefits include:
- Complete protein source containing all essential amino acids
- Easily absorbed/digested and contains minimal fat, lactose, and cholesterol
- Promotes an anabolic response to resistance training which supports muscular development5
- Supports healthy body composition2
- May reduce muscle protein breakdown during prolonged aerobic activities6
- Increase athletic performance due to its high creatine content
Why Pure Nutrition Beef Protein Is the Best Beef Protein Powder
Pure Nutrition Beef Protein is a great tasting protein powder that makes it easier than ever to get the benefits of red meat, like steak, without the negative ramifications (such as cholesterol and nitrate consumption). Pure Nutrition Beef Protein contains pure hydrolyzed beef protein that is easy to digest and very low in carbohydrates, fat, and cholesterol.
This product also contains more creatine per gram than steak and is free of aspartame. Since our beef protein is hydrolyzed, it is rapidly absorbed and goes to work quickly, helping feed your muscles the amino acids and creatine they thrive on for growth and repair.
Who Should Use Beef Protein
- People who don’t eat red meat but want the benefits of beef protein
- Those who are on the paleo or keto diet
- Athletes and gym-goers who want an easy-to-digest source of protein and creatine
- Individuals looking to support their collagen levels
- Those who want a protein source that is low in lactose and cholesterol
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I’m lactose intolerant, can I still use Beef Protein?
A: Pure Nutrition Beef Protein is very low in lactose content and suitable for lactose-intolerant individuals.
Q: I’m allergic to milk/dairy, is Beef Protein suitable for me?
A: Yes, but this product is produced in a facility processes whey so you’ll want to ensure you’re not allergic to the whey fractions of milk.
Q: Is it true that creatine is bad for the kidneys?
A: Creatine is not harmful to the kidneys. This myth stems from the fact that creatine may increase fluid intake and therefore cause the kidneys to filter out more urine.
Q: Can I add Beef Protein to food and baking recipes?
A: Yes! Pure Nutrition Beef Protein can be added to many baking/cooking recipes to boost protein content and provide flavor/texture enhancement.
1. Lemon, P. W. (2000). Beyond the zone: protein needs of active individuals. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 19(sup5), 513S-521S.
2. Timmerman KL, Volpi E. Amino acid metabolism and regulatory effects in aging. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2008 Jan;11(1):45-9.
3. Schwarcz, H. P., & Schoeninger, M. J. (2012). Stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen as tracers for paleo-diet reconstruction. In Handbook of environmental isotope geochemistry (pp. 725-742). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
4. Katsanos, C. S., Kobayashi, H., Sheffield-Moore, M., Aarsland, A., & Wolfe, R. R. (2006). A high proportion of leucine is required for optimal stimulation of the rate of muscle protein synthesis by essential amino acids in the elderly. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology And Metabolism,291(2), E381-E387.
5. Reidy PT, Walker DK, Dickinson JM, Gundermann DM, Drummond MJ, Timmerman KL, Fry CS, Borack MS, Cope MB, Mukherjea R, Jennings K, Volpi E, Rasmussen BB. Protein blend ingestion following resistance exercise promotes human muscle protein synthesis. J Nutr. 2013. Apr;143(4):410-6
6. Rodriguez NR, Vislocky LM, Gaine PC. Dietary protein, endurance exercise, and human skeletal-muscle protein turnover. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2007 Jan;10(1):40-8