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Advance Protein Powder (APP), created by Advance International, Inc., is a high quality, all natural, marine-based protein powder, which is highly stable, virtually odorless and tasteless and has a …

Advance Protein Powder (APP), created by Advance International, Inc., is a high quality, all natural, marine-based protein powder, which is highly stable, virtually odorless and tasteless and has a nutritional profile superior to other quality protein powders on the market. APP is made using a patent-pending manufacturing process that is both green and sustainable. This report presents an overview of the health benefits of Advance Protein Powder with a comparison of the two most common protein supplement products available: whey and soy.

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  • 1.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     1  of  15         Advance  Protein  Powder  Nutritional  Report          Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC    President,  National  Association  of  Nutrition  Professionals     18  May  2014     Overview:     Advance  Protein  Powder  (APP)  is  a  high  quality,  organically  derived,  wild  marine-­‐based   protein  powder,  which  is  highly  stable  with  a  shelf  life  of  over  5  years.    It  is  virtually  odorless   and  tasteless  with  high  levels  of  naturally  occurring  organic  minerals  giving  it  a  nutritional   profile  superior  to  other  protein  powders  on  the  market.    APP  is  made  using  a  patent-­‐ pending  manufacturing  process  that  is  both  green  and  sustainable.    It  is  non-­‐hygroscopic  and   very  moisture  resistant,  contributing  to  its  long  shelf  life.    This  report  presents  an  overview  of   the  health  benefits  of  the  all  natural  Advance  Protein  Powder  comparing  it  with  BlueWave,   another  fish  protein  product  on  the  market  and  also  with  several  examples  from  the  two   most  common  protein  supplement  categories  available:  whey  and  soy.        
  • 2.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     2  of  15   About  Whey  protein  powder     Whey  used  to  be  considered  a  dairy  industry  waste  product.  Whey  is  what  remains  after  the   butter,  cream,  milk  is  drawn  off  and  the  cheese  has  been  made.  The  dairy  industry  long   considered  whey  a  problem  because  dumping  it  into  sewer  systems  or  feeding  it  to  pigs  cost   as  much  or  slightly  more  than  the  value  of  the  whey  as  a  commodity.  This  problem  was   solved  when  manufacturers  developed  techniques  for  drying  the  whey  at  high  temperatures   and  putting  the  powders  into  body  building  powders,  high  protein  bars  and  other  food   products.i     While  there  are  some  high  quality  whey  protein  powders  available,  many  more  are  of   marginal  or  poor  quality.   The  most  expensive  and  better  quality  products  are  made  from   organic  milk  and  processed  at  low  temperatures  to  preserve  the  maximum  amino  acid   content  potential  and  maintain  a  full  range  of  important  protein  components  such  as   immunoglobulins  and  serum  albumin  (which  are  also  present  in  APP  fish  protein).   The  quality   of  other  whey  protein  powders  can  vary  widely  depending  on  the  source  of  the  milk  used  as   well  as  the  various  steps  in  processing.     Commercial  milk  often  contains  growth  hormone   (rBGH)  and  a  number  of  antibiotics;  the  FDA  has  approved  thirty.   An  estimated  sixty  percent   of  herbicides  used  in  the  U.S.  as  well  as  pesticides  and  other  petrochemicals  are  applied  to   produce  higher  yields  of  feed  crops  that  are  eaten  by  commercial  dairy  cows  and  are  present   in  the  milk  they  produce.   As  you  can  see,  the  quality  of  the  whey  can  only  be  as  good  as  the   quality  of  the  food,  nutrition  and  care  given  to  the  cows.     The  Whey  protein  products  chosen  for  this  comparison  represent  products  that  are  available   for  purchase  in  bulk  or  commonly  used  in  protein  drinks  and  bars.    They  include  an  organic   whey  protein  product  from  Source  Organic  who  declare  their  cows  have  never  been  given   hormones,  antibiotics,  steroids,  or  genetically  modified  feed  (GMO).  The  others  are  plain   protein  products  with  no  flavoring  added.    Whey  protein  (of  good  quality)  is  one  of  the  most   bio-­‐available  sources  of  supplemental  protein  available  at  96-­‐98%.   As  mentioned,  the  quality   can  vary  considerably  depending  on  the  milk  source  and  the  methods  used  in  processing.  
  • 3.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     3  of  15     • Source  Organic  Whey  protein  is  processed  using  low  temperature  drying  and  filtration   and  therefore  retains  immune  components  as  well  as  glutathione.     • American  whey  protein  is  unflavored,  however  it  does  contains  xanthan  gum     • Both  American  Whey  and  NutriBio  are  whey  protein  isolates  with  protein  levels  at   around  90%.     About  Soy  protein  powder     The  Solae  Company,  owned  by  DuPont,  is  a  leader  in  developing  soy  products  and  ingredients   for  food.   On  their  website  they  tout  the  healthy  benefits  of  their  soy  protein  and  discuss  the   sustainability  of  soy  and  the  limited  environmental  impact  of  growing  it.   While  it  may  well  be   true  that  soy  production  uses  less  water  and  provides  more  usable  protein  per  acre  than  other   crops  or  animals,  these  markers  of  sustainability  come  at  a  big  price.  Currently  93%  of  all  soy   grown  in  the  U.S.  is  genetically  modified  (Fernandez-­‐Cornejo  07/5/2012)  ii .  A  number  of  studies   over  the  past  decade  have  revealed  that  genetically  engineered  foods  can  pose  serious  risks  to   humans,  domesticated  animals,  wildlife  and  the  environment.  Human  health  effects  can  include   higher  risks  of  toxicity,  allergenicity,  antibiotic  resistance,  immune-­‐suppression  and  cancer.  As  for   the  environment,  genetic  modification  allows  these  plants  to  be  sprayed  more  heavily  with   herbicides  and  pesticides,  further  polluting  our  air,  land,  and  water  supplies.  There  are  additional   health  problems  associated  with  the  use  of  soy  protein.    Soy  contains  goitrogens  that  block   thyroid  hormones,  lowering  metabolism,  disrupting  endocrine  function  and  can  lead  to   Hashimotos  or  Graves  autoimmune  disorders.    There  are  a  number  of  compounds  in  the  soybean   that  inhibit  digestion.  In  addition,  soy  contains  high  amounts  of  phyto  (plant)  estrogens  which   promote  high  estrogen  levels  (and  hormonal  imbalance)  in  both  men  and  women  (Daniel,  PhD,   CCN  2005)  iii .     There  are  two  soy  protein  products  included:    NutriBio  and  Bulkfoods.    Both  are  pure  protein   products  with  no  flavoring  or  additives.      
  • 4.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     4  of  15   Nutritional  Advantages  of  Advance  Protein  Powder     Standardized  to  25  grams  of  protein  per  serving       Advance   Protein   Powder   Blue   Wave   Source   Organic   Whey   American   Whey   BulkFood   Whey   Isolate   NutriBio   Whey   Isolate   NutraBio   Soy   Protein   Isolate   BulkFood   Soy   Protein   Isolate   Serving  Size   29.2       29.8   28.5   27.5   28.3   28.7   27.5   Calories   100.0   135.0   119.0   104.0   128.8   107.0   110.0   128.8   Protein   25.0   25.0   25.0   25.0   25.0   25.0   25.0   25.0   Carbohydrates   0.3   3.0   2.4   1.4   1.3   1.0   0.0   0.0   Fat  in  gm   0.0   2.1   1.8   0.0   0.6   1.0   1.0   1.3   Saturated  Fats   0.0   2.1   0.6   0.0   NA   1.0   NA   NA   Cholesterol   0.0   31.3   47.6   4.5   NA   2.0   NA   NA   *  All  Advance  International,  Inc  products  are  third-­‐party  tested  by  Eurofins  Scientific  S.E.               Additional  information  about  the  various  products       APP   Blue   Wave   Source   Organic   Whey   American   Whey   Whey-­‐ Isolate   NutriBio   Whey   NutriBio   Soy   Bulk  Soy   Isolate   Digestibility   98.1%                       within  1   hour  *   NA   NA   NA   NA   NA   NA   NA   Shelf  Life   5  years   *   2  years   2  years   2  years   2  years   2  years   2  years   2  years   Taste   NONE   strong   fish   mild   milk   mild  milk   mild   mild   milk   mild  soy   mild  soy   Odor   NONE   strong   fish   mild   milk   mild  milk   mild   mild   milk   mild   mild   GMO   NO   no   no   yes                       (feed)   yes                       (feed)   yes                       (feed)   yes                             (seed)   yes                             (seed)                     *  All  Advance  International,  Inc  products  are  third-­‐party  tested  by  Eurofins  Scientific  S.E.              
  • 5.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     5  of  15   APP  has  a  high  composition  of  naturally  occurring  organic  minerals       The  chart  below  compares  the  mineral  content  of  the  eight  protein  products.     Comparing  mineral  content  per  25gm  of  protein  as  a  percentage  of  the  RDA       APP   Blue   Wave   Source   Organic   Whey   American   Whey   Whey-­‐ Isolate   NutriBio   Whey   NutriBio   Soy   Bulk   Soy   Isolate   Calcium   64.3%   12.5%   11.9%   12.0%   12.5%   14.0%   5.7%   4.7%   Iron   21.3%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   22.2%   18.2%   Magnesium   11.7%   0%   9.5%   0%   0%   5.0%   0%   4.9%   Zinc   11.7%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   Selenium   0.1%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   Copper   6.7%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   Chromium   0.1%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   Sodium   2.4%   0%   0%   1.8%   0%   0%   16.8%   10.4%   Potassium   4.5%   0%   0%   2.4%   0%   0%   0%   7.1%   Phosphorus   18.4%   0%   9.5%   5.9%   0%   6.0%   0%   26.6%   *  All  Advance  International,  Inc  products  are  third-­‐party  tested  by  Eurofins  Scientific  S.E.       Because  APP  uses  all  parts  of  the  fish  including  bones  and  skin,  it  has  a  naturally   occurring,  balanced  organic  mineral  profile,  something  not  possible  in  other   protein  powders.    Note  the  especially  good  levels  of  calcium  with  a  detail  of  the   benefits  below:     • The  CDCP  (Center  for  Disease  Control  &  Prevention)  estimates  most  Americans   consume  only  40-­‐50%  of  the  RDA  of  calcium.   • Most  supplements  and  foods  are  fortified  with  inferior  forms  of  calcium  that   are  poorly  utilized  within  the  body.   • The  calcium  in  APP  is  specific  to  the  fish  it  is  produced  from  and  is  therefore  a   synergistic  component  with  all  the  nutrients  available.     And,  because  protein   enhances  calcium  absorption  it  becomes  more  bio-­‐available  (Kerstetter  et  al.   2003).iv   • Calcium  is  needed  for  blood  pressure,  heartbeat,  and  nerve  regulation   (Beauchamp  2006).v   • It  is  vital  for  bones,  teeth,  and  epithelial   (skin,  lung,  gut)  tissue.  
  • 6.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     6  of  15     • Calcium  is  an  important  component  of  immune  function  (Alastra  2011).vi     • It  strongly  correlates  to  weight  regulation  and  loss  (Université  Laval  2009).vii         APP  is  easily  digestible  with  a  high  Biological  Value  (BV)     Digestion  is  vital  to  all  nutrient  absorption  and  assimilation.   Many  people  have  compromised   digestive  ability  due  to  factors  such  as  pharmaceutical  drug  use  and  age-­‐related  reduction  in   digestive  enzyme  production.   Fish  in  general  is  one  of  the  easiest  proteins  to  digest,  while   many  people  have  problems  digesting  the  proteins  in  dairy  and  soy  products.     The  BV  value  of  APP  is  similar  to  that  of  Whey  Protein  and  far  superior  to  that  of  Soy.       APP  has  fewer  calories  per  25  grams  of  protein  due  to  the  absence  of  carbohydrates  and  fats   in  the  finished  product.         Fish  Protein  Research     Research  on  fish  protein  (FP)  supports  the  following  health  benefits  over  other  forms  of   protein.    It  has  been  most  often  compared  with  casein,  the  protein  found  in  milk.     The  following  qualities  have  been  reported  in  various  research  studies  involving  fish  protein:     • FP  has  been  shown  to  lower  LDL  cholesterol  levels  as  well  as  increase  HDL,   improving  the  ratios  while  lowering  total  cholesterol  (Bergeron  1989)viii ,  (Bergeron   1992).ix   • One  study  showed  lower  triglyceride  levels,  reduced  weight  gain  and  lower  blood   pressure  from  FP  use.   The  report  suggests  the  amino  acid  ratios  may  be  a   significant  contributor  to  these  findings  (Ait-­‐Yahia  2003)x  (Ait  Yahia  2005).xi   • FP  can  lower  C-­‐Reactive  Protein  (a  blood  marker  for  inflammation)  which  has  a   strong  correlation  with  CVD,  and  improve  insulin  sensitivity  in  people  with  a  BMI  >25   (Ouellet  2008).xii  
  • 7.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     7  of  15   • Fish  protein  peptides  can  decrease  hypertensive  symptoms  (Kawasaki  2002).xiii     • Studies  show  FP  increases  immune  response  (Tang  2008).xiv     • FP  has  demonstrated  the  ability  to  restore  intestinal  integrity  (Cinq-­‐Mars  2008).xv   • Fish  protein  improves  insulin  sensitivity  in  insulin-­‐resistant  men  and  women   (Ouellet  et  al.  2007).xvi     All  Natural,  Environmentally  Friendly,  Green  Manufacturing  Process  and  Sustainable   Abundant  Sourcing     Advance  Protein  Powder  is  naturally  sourced  from  multiple,  abundant,  and  sustainable  wild   marine-­‐based  sources  worldwide.    These  include  a  wide  variety  of  green-­‐list  fish  such  as   sardines,  macros  and  other  similar  species  in  addition  to  having  the  widely  available  option  of   utilizing  what  is  known  as  "bycatch".   Bycatch  are  very  small  fish  either  caught  unintentionally   or  purchased  as  imperfect  discards  from  processing  facilities;  such  as  in  sardine  canning.    APP   can  also  be  produced  from  what  some  consider  a  waste  product  of  the  fishing  industry.    In   contrast  to  whey  though,  the  bycatch  used  here  are  not  exposed  to  toxic  feeds,  as  are   commercial  dairy  cows.    APP  is  completely  wild  and  not  sourced  from  any  farmed  fish  or   farmed  fish  byproducts  and  contains  no  GMO.    The  small  and  abundant  species  of  fish  used  as   the  raw  material  make  APP  an  earth  and  ocean  friendly  product  with  a  low  carbon  footprint.     Eurofins  Testing   Samples  of  APP  have  undergone  multiple  rounds  of  analysis  by  Eurofins  Scientific,  Inc.,  a   leader  in  food,  pharma,  and  environmental  laboratory  testing.    Because  of  the  small  size  of   the  fish,  the  heavy  metal/toxin  exposure  is  negligible.    All  tests  have  confirmed  mercury,  lead,   and  other  metals  at  <0.05  ppm.    This  is  well  below  International  Pharmaceutical  Standard  of   0.1  ppm.    Further  analysis  by  Eurofins  showed  a  very  high  rate  -­‐  or  ease  -­‐  of  digestibility   (using  a  Pepsin  Test)  making  the  amino  acids  and  minerals  very  bio-­‐available.     Advance   Protein  Powder  has  a  long,  stable  shelf  life;  a  sample  produced  in  2005  and  tested  in  2012   showed  a  profile  consistent  with  a  current  batch  analysis.        
  • 8.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     8  of  15   Potential  for  Allergic  Response     All  three  protein  sources  discussed  here  are  among  the  top  eight  most  allergenic  foods   known.  These  eight  foods  include:   milk/dairy,  eggs,  soy,  peanuts,  tree  nuts,  shellfish,  finfish,   and  wheat  (in  no  particular  order).    Food  allergies  can  be  a  problem  for  people  and  in  some   cases  a  very  serious  one.    The  CDC's  (Centers  for  Disease  Control  and  Prevention)  National   Center  for  Health  Statistics  reports  that  these  foods  account  for  90  percent  of  all  food   allergies.    According  to  the  National  Institute  of  Health  (NIH),  allergy  to  eggs,  milk,  peanuts,   tree  nuts,  soy,  and  wheat  are  most  likely  to  occur  in  children.    In  Adults,  the  most  common   foods  that  cause  allergic  (anaphylaxis)  reactions  are  shellfish,  peanut  and  tree  nuts,  and  then   fish.     The  following  data  is  taken  in  part  from  a  report  from  FARE,  a  nonprofit  organization  for   Food  Allergy  Research  &  Education)  xvii   Peanuts:   0.6  -­‐  1.3%   Tree  nuts:   0.4  -­‐  0.6%   Fish:   0.4%   Crustacean  shellfish  (crab,  shrimp,  lobster...):   1.2%   All  seafood:   0.6%  in  children  and  2.8%  in  adults   Milk:   2.5%  in  young  children  and  0.2  -­‐  0.4%  in  general   population   Soy:   0.4%  in  children  and  0.1%  in  adults  xviii        
  • 9.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     9  of  15     Potential  retail  food  uses  for  APP  include:     • Food  bars  with  a  varied  protein,  fat,  &  carbohydrate  ratios  and  ingredients   o Sports  nutrition:    bodybuilders,  climbers,  runners,  etc.  for  both  pre  and  post   workout.    Private  label  options  for  gyms  and  athletic  clubs   o Snacks:    healthy  alternatives  for  kids  and  adults   o Specialty:    blood  sugar  regulation  and  weight  loss   • Drink  powder  blends  and  pre-­‐blended  drinks   o Formulation  options  for  the  categories  listed  above  with  higher  protein  and   additional  nutrition  potential  than  possible  in  bars   o Meal  replacement  "on  the  go"  drinks  for  regular  use   o Meal  replacement  drinks  or  blends  for  weight  loss  and  detoxification   o Geriatric  nutrition  drinks   o Balanced  nutrition  during  pregnancy     Potential  therapeutic  uses  for  APP  include:     • Rapidly  reversing  the  effects  of  severe  malnutrition  in  children  and  adults  in   global  hotspots   • Clinical  use  in  a  physical  therapy  setting  to  assist  in  bone  and  tissue  growth   after  injury  and  surgery   • As  a  nutritional  supplement  and  calcium  source  for  people  with  osteopenia   and  osteoporosis   • To  reduce  incidence  of  sarcopenia  in  the  aged  and  infirm   • As  a  superior  protein  source  in  a  hospital  or  rehabilitation  setting  to  replace   the  soy  protein  in  widely  available  pre-­‐made  "nutrition"  drinks      
  • 10.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     10  of  15   In  Summary     Advance  Protein  Powder  is  an  exciting  new  product  and  proprietary  process  technology  with   high  potential  as  an  all-­‐natural  protein/mineral  supplement,  in  multiple  retail  food  products,   and  for  use  in  therapeutic  nutritional  therapies.    APP  is  comparable  in  BV  value  to  the  best   quality  whey  protein  products  on  the  market  and  superior  in  balanced  nutrition  due  to  the   unique  amino  acid  profile  and  abundance  of  naturally  occurring  organically  bound  minerals   found  in  fish.        Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC      President   i  “Nutrition  and  Energy  Bars  “Wise  Traditions  in  Food,  Farming  and  the  Healing  Arts”.  Weston   A.  Price  Foundation,  Winter  2002.  http://www.westonaprice.org/index.html       ii Fernandez-­‐Corenego,  Jorge.  USDA,  National  Agricultural  Statistics  Servce,  “Recent  Trends  in   GE  Adoption.”  Last  modified  07/05/2012.  http://www.ers.usda.gov/data-­‐products/adoption-­‐ of-­‐genetically-­‐engineered-­‐crops-­‐in-­‐the-­‐us/recent-­‐trends-­‐in-­‐ge-­‐adoption.aspx.       iii Daniel,  PhD,  CCN,  Kaayla  T.  The  Whole  Soy  Story.  Washington,  DC:  New  Trends  Publishing,   Inc.,  2005.   iv Jane  E.  Kerstetter,  Kimberly  O.  O'Brien,  and  Karl  L.  Insogna,  "Low  Protein  Intake:  The  impact   of  Calcium  and  Bone  Homeostasis  in  Humans,"  The  Journal  of  Nutrition,  133,  no.  3  (2003):   8555-­‐8615.     v Beauchamp,  Kimberley,  ND.  Bastyr  Center  for  Natural  Health,  “Calcium  Reduces  High  Blood   Pressure.”  Last  modified  2006.  http://www.bastyrcenter.org/content/view/1029.       vi Alastra,  Holly.  “The  Role  of  Calcium  in  the  Bones  and  Immune  System.”  Last  modified  2011.   http://www.livestrong.com/article/526824-­‐the-­‐role-­‐of-­‐calcium-­‐in-­‐the-­‐bones-­‐and-­‐immune-­‐ system/.       vii Université  Laval  (2009,  March  19).  “Diet  Rich  in  Calcium  Aids  Weight  Loss  in  People  with   Calcium  Deficient  Diets”.  Science  Daily.       viii N.  Bergeron,  H.  Jacques,  “Influence  of  fish  protein  as  compared  to  casein  and  soy  protein  on  
  • 11.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     11  of  15   serum  and  liver  lipids,  and  serum  lipoprotein  cholesterol  levels  in  the  rabbits”.   Atherosclerosis,  August,  no.  78  (1989):  113-­‐21.       ix N.  Bergeron,  Y.  Deshailes,  H.  Jacques,  “Factorial  experiment  to  determine  influence  of  fish   protein  and  fish  oil  on  serum  and  liver  lipids  in  rabbits”.  Nutrition,  Sept-­‐Oct,  no.  8  (1992):   354-­‐8     x D.  Ait-­‐Yahia,  et  al,  “Dietary  fish  protein  lowers  blood  pressure  and  alters  tissue   polyunsaturated  fatty  acid  composition  in  spontaneously  hypertensive  rats.,”  Nutrition,   April,  no.  19  (2003):  342-­‐6     xi D.  Ait-­‐Yahia,  et  al,  “Fish  protein  improves  blood  pressure  but  alters  HDL2  and  HDL3   composition  and  tissue  lipoprotein  lipase  activities  in  spontaneously  hypertensive  rats.,”   European  Journal  of  Nutrition,  44,  no.  (2005):  10-­‐15   xii Veronique  Oullet,  et  al,  “Dietary  Cod  Protein  Reduces  Plasma  C-­‐Reactive  Protein  in  Insulin-­‐ Resistant  Men  and  Women,”  The  Journal  of  Nutrition,  138,  no.  December  (2008):  2386-­‐2391.     xiii T  Kawasaki,  “Antihypertensive  effect  and  safety  evaluation  of  vegetable  drink  with  peptides   derived  from  sardine  protein  hydrolysates  on  mild  hypertensive,  high-­‐normal  and  normal   blood  pressure  subjects,”  Center  for  Health  and  Sports  Science,  93,  no.  Oct  (2002):  208-­‐18     xiv Hong-­‐gang  Tang,  et  al,  “Effects  of  fish  protein  hydrolysate  on  growth  performance  and   humoral  immune  response  in  large  yellow  croaker  (Pseudosciaena  crocea  R.),”  Journal  of   Zhejiang  University  SCIENCE  B,  9,  no.9  (2008):  684-­‐690.   xv Crystal  D.  Cinq-­‐Mars,  “Investigations  into  inhibitor  Type  and  Mode,  Simulated   Gastrointestinal  Digestion  and  Cell  Transport  of  the  Angiotensin  I-­‐Converting  Enzyme-­‐ Inhibitory  Peptides  in  Pacific  Hake  (Merluccius  productus)  Fillet  Hydrolysate,”  Journal  of   Agricultural  and  Food  Chemistry,  52,  no.  2  (2008):  410-­‐410   xvi Ouellet,  Veronique,  Julie  Marois,  and  S.  John  Weisnagel.  "Dietary  Cod  Protein  Improves   Insulin  Sensitivity  in  Insulin-­‐Resistant  Men  and  Women."  Diabetes  Care.  no.  11  (2007):  2816-­‐ 2821.     xvii FARE:  Food  Allergy  Research  &  Education,  “Food  Allergy  Facts  and  Statistics  for  the  U.S.”  Last   modified  10/3/2011.  http://www.foodallergy.org/document.doc?id=194.       xviii Savage  JH,  Kaeding  AJ,  Matsui  EC,  Wood  RA.  The  natural  history  of  soy  allergy.  J  Allergy  Clin   Immunol,  2010;125:683-­‐86    
  • 12.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     12  of  15     AMINO  ACID  COMPOSITION  WITH  COMPARISON  GRAPHS           Advance   Protein   Powder   *   Blue   Wave   Source   Organic   Whey   American   Whey   Whey-­‐ Isolate   NutriBio   Whey   NutriBio   Soy   Bulk   Soy   Isolate   Essential   Histidine   0.36   0.21   0.23   0.48   0.47   0.42   0.66   NA   Isoleucine*   0.59   0.54   1.17   1.87   1.75   1.58   1.24   1.50   Leucine*   1.02   1.01   2.42   2.63   3.03   2.74   2.07   2.50   Lysine*   1.14   0.93   1.95   2.20   3.03   2.74   1.58   NA   Methionine   0.73   0.45   0.50   0.65   0.63   0.57   0.35   0.41   Phenylalanine   0.54   0.57   0.47   0.88   0.91   0.82   1.32   NA   Threonine   0.63   0.72   1.71   1.80   1.91   1.72   0.95   1.16   Tryptophan   0.31   0.60   0.23   0.51   0.50   0.45   0.35   0.38   Valine   0.67   0.70   1.03   1.48   1.44   1.30   1.26   1.50   NonEssential   Alanine   0.85   1.12   0.94   1.27   1.44   1.30   1.09   1.34   Arginine   0.87   1.15   0.31   0.08   0.66   0.59   1.93   2.34   Aspartic  Acid   1.33   1.43   2.50   3.45   3.03   2.74   2.93   3.59   Cysteine   0.24   0.70   0.08   0.75   0.81   0.73   0.32   0.38   Glutamic  Acid   1.93   2.11   5.32   4.70   NA   4.83   4.86   NA   Glycine   0.74   2.03   0.39   0.48   NA   0.45   1.06   NA   Proline   0.55   1.02   1.48   1.54   1.72   1.55   1.29   1.63   Serine   0.48   0.98   1.09   1.28   1.16   1.05   1.32   1.69   Tyrosine   0.45   0.46   0.47   0.69   0.84   0.76   0.98   NA   *  All  Advance  International,  Inc  products  are  third-­‐party  tested  for  quality  by  Eurofins  Scientific   S.E.        
  • 13.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     13  of  15       0.00   1.00   2.00   3.00   4.00   5.00   6.00   Advance  Protein  Powder  *   BlueWave   Source  Organic  Whey   American  Whey   Whey-­‐Isolate   NutriBio  Whey   NutriBio  Soy   Bulk  Soy  Isolate   AMINO  ACID  COMPARISON  PER  25  GRAMS   OF  PROTEIN  
  • 14.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     14  of  15         MINERAL  COMPOSITION     RDA       MINERALS   APP  *   BlueWav e   Source   Organic   Whey   America n  Whey   Whey-­‐ Isolate   NutriBi o  Whey   NutriBi o  Soy   Bulk   Soy   Isolat e   100 0   mg   Calcium   64.3%   12.5%   11.9%   12.0%   12.5%   14.0%   5.7%   4.7%   18   mg   Iron   21.3%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   22.2%   18.2 %   400   mg   Magnesiu m   11.7%   0%   9.5%   0%   0%   5.0%   0%   4.9%   15   mg   Zinc   11.7%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   70   mc g   Selenium   0.1%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   2   mg   Copper   6.7%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   120   mc g   Chromium   0.1%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   240 0   mg   Sodium   2.4%   0%   0%   1.8%   0%   0%   16.8%   10.4 %   350 0   mg   Potassium   4.5%   0%   0%   2.4%   0%   0%   0%   7.1%   100 0   mg   Phosphoru s   18.4%   0%   9.5%   5.9%   0%   6.0%   0%   26.6 %   *  All  Advance  International,  Inc  products  are  third-­‐party  tested  for  quality  by  Eurofins  Scientific  S.E.  
  • 15.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     15  of  15   0.0%   10.0%   20.0%   30.0%   40.0%   50.0%   60.0%   70.0%   APP  *   BlueWave   Source  Organic  Whey   American  Whey   Whey-­‐Isolate   NutriBio  Whey   NutriBio  Soy   Bulk  Soy  Isolate   Mineral  Content  as  a  percentage  of  RDA  in  25grams  of  protein  
  • 16.                                   Julie  Spero,  MBA,  NC     16  of  15