Ascent’s Native Fuel® Strawberry Whey is a convenient and easy-to-mix powder that was created with one purpose in mind: to help improve your athletic performance. A single scoop of Ascent whey delivers 25 grams of clean, fast-digesting protein to help your muscles recover from intense workouts.
We’re not talking about just any protein, either — Ascent Native Fuel is made with native whey, the least processed whey protein available today. Our Strawberry Whey Protein powder uses only real ingredients, so it even tastes great when you mix it with water.
But, serious athletes know that post-workout recovery requires more than protein. Our protein powders also include 2.7g of naturally occurring Leucine, an amount that helps trigger muscle protein synthesis.
Whether you’re mixing up a post-workout Strawberry drink or adding some extra protein to your favorite recipes, this Strawberry Whey powder can help improve muscle recovery after your workouts. It’s no replacement for hard work and dedication, but it’s a great addition.
The Ascent® Difference
There’s protein powder, then there’s Ascent protein powder. Our family-owned parent company has been filtering proteins for more than 30 years, using only high-quality ingredients. Now, we’ve shifted our focus to Native Fuel®, the next big breakthrough in sports nutrition that’s filtered directly from high-quality milk.
Nutrition Facts Panels
Whey Protein Isolate Blend (Native Whey Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate), Whey Protein Concentrate, Natural Flavors, Lecithin, Stevia Leaf Extract, Sea Salt. Contains: Milk.
Fast Digesting Post-Workout Recovery
Made with our own Native Whey, Ascent Strawberry Whey Protein makes the perfect post-workout drink for muscle recovery. This great-tasting whey protein also contains:
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