Deerland Enzymes, Kennesaw, GA, has released ProHydrolase, a dietary supplement designed as a meal replacement and protein digestion. The product provides a unique solution for consumers who want to build muscle, maintain a healthy physique or expedite muscle recovery (e.g., bodybuilders, runners, other athletes or anyone with an active lifestyle). According to the company, ProHydrolase optimizes the way that protein substrates—such as whey, soy, egg, etc.—are turned into an amino acid combination that the body uses as building blocks to create muscle mass and recuperate muscles from physical activity.
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