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MuscleBlaze adds creatine and AstraGin for a PR version of its flagship BioZyme protein powder

Muscleblaze Biozyme Performance Whey Pr

Indian sports nutrition giant MuscleBlaze, which is incredibly well distributed throughout its home country, including in major retailers and supermarkets, has introduced a whole new protein powder despite already having several in the category. Its latest entry in the saturated space is BioZyme Performance Whey PR, a spin-off of the similarly named and already available supplement, BioZyme Performance Whey.

MuscleBlaze’s BioZyme Performance Whey PR combines the benefits of BioZyme Performance Whey with added ingredients to support muscle strength and size. The product provides a solid 30g of protein a serving from a blend of whey concentrate and whey isolate, a relatively 7.9g of carbohydrates, 4g of that sugar, 2.5g of fat, 175 calories, and to reinforce the name, there is a blend of enzymes to support and improve digestion.

Those features are what you get in BioZyme Performance Whey, so nothing fans of MuscleBlaze haven’t seen before, but where the difference in BioZyme Performance Whey PR comes in is what’s alongside that. That supplement also includes 3g of creatine monohydrate to support strength, performance, and power, and an effective 50mg of AstraGin to get even more from the product by enhancing absorption.

BioZyme Performance Whey PR is essentially BioZyme Performance Whey plus a couple of components to give it more benefits and make for an even more robust solution to throw down after your workout. The price of a 2kg, 44 serving tub of the creatine and AstraGin infused protein powder is ₹4,199 (50.57 USD), which works out to about 40% more expensive than the original product, and currently, it comes with a free shaker bottle.