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  1. WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF

  2. Protein • What are Proteins? • Proteins are a class of compounds • found in every cell of the body. • Each protein within the body has a • specific function. • Some proteins are involved in • structural support, while others • are involved in bodily movement, • or in defense against germs.

  3. Protein • Why Proteins are necessary? • Proteins are vital for the sustenance of life. • Most important nutrient and building blocks of our body. • Form the important component of muscles, ligaments, hair, • nails, teeth, organs, glands and vital body fluids like blood. • Proteins are necessary for growth • and tissue repair. • Regulate important metabolic • processes in the body.

  4. Protein • Why Proteins are necessary? • All enzymes are proteins & are vital for the body's metabolism. • Muscle contraction, immune protection, and the transmission • of nerve impulses are all dependent on proteins. • Proteins in skin and bone provide structural support. • Many hormones like insulin are proteins. • Protein can also provide a source of • energy.

  5. Amino Acids - Proteins • What are Amino Acids? • Amino acids are the essential building blocks of proteins. • All plant & animal proteins are built out of various • combinations of twenty kinds of amino acids. • Essential amino acids are the ones that although essential • to life cannot be produced automatically by the body and • therefore has to be supplemented from outside source. • Non - essential amino acids are the • ones that the body produces • corresponding to the needs.

  6. AMINO ACIDS MAKE PROTEIN PROTEINS BUILDS BODY Amino Acids - Proteins All protein rich foods do not contain all 9 essential amino acids

  7. Amino Acids - Proteins

  8. Protein - Requirement Need to take on daily basis Approx. Requirements FAIRPLAY QUALITY CREATIVITY & INNOVATION TEAMWORK

  9. Protein - Requirement Are we taking enough proteins? • 90% of what the average Indian eats consists solely of carbohydrates and fats. • Getting less protein in diet can lead to health problems.

  10. Presenting the world class Well Protein Crest SMART WAY TO HEALTHY DAY The “Complete Protein”

  11. Well Protein Crest • A balanced nutritional drink mix specially formulated with soy • protein isolate, whey protein and goodness of malt. • Complete Protein source that supplies all essential amino acids. • Fortified with vital vitamins and minerals. • Work towards giving energy, strength, • stamina, immunity and good health. • One serving (approx. 25g) provides • 8.75g of high quality protein. • Low fat supplement that avoids the high levels of fat usually • found in protein rich sources like eggs, cheese, and red meat.

  12. Well Protein Crest • 100 % vegetarian and easily digestible. • Provides a delicious tasting wholesome • nutritional beverage for the entire family. • Delicious chocolate flavour. • Soy protein isolate and whey protein are excellent quality • proteins that have (PDCAAS)* of 1.0, the highest score • possible for a quality protein source as established by W.H.O.** • Soy protein isolate and whey protein helps in adding to lean • body mass.

  13. Well Protein Crest Ingredients Health Benefits Soy Protein Isolate Whey Protein Concentrate Malt Extract

  14. Well Protein Crest • Soy Protein is known to promote good health including heart • health, bone health etc. • USFDA has determined that diets low in • saturated fat and cholesterol that include • 25g of soy protein a day may reduce • the risk of heart disease***. • Whey protein is considered to be one of • the best sources of branched-chain • amino acids (BCAA). • BCAAs help prevent muscle breakdown andpreserve muscle store • of glycogen during exercise. • Provides the goodness of malt that is rich in fibre and contains • some naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, amino acids that • can have health promoting benefits.

  15. Well Protein Crest – Potential Users • Growing children • Adolescents • Adults • Elderly • Sports person • People who exercise

  16. Well Protein Crest - Suggested Use • Directions for Preparation of 200-225 ml beverage • Take 1 ½ scoop(approx. 25 g) in a glass. • Add little milk/water and stir to make a paste. • Stir briskly while slowly adding more • milk/water to fill up the glass. • Add sugar to taste, if required. • Tastes equally good when prepared • with warm or cold milk/water. • Available in Chocolate Flavour • Servings: 1 - 2 per day • 1 Serving = 1 ½ scoop (approx. 25g) • 1 provided scoop (approx. 17 g) • Keep our of reach of children.Not suitable for infants

  17. Well Protein Crest are you ready to step into OPPORTUNITIES “One of the most important investments you will ever make.”

  18. Well Protein Crest are you ready to step into Caution Modicare Well Protein Crest is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information is intended for educational purpose only. It is not designed in whole or in part, as medical advise for self treatment. Consumers with specific medical conditions, pregnant & lactating women should consult their physician.

  19. Protein - Spot Signs of Protein Deficiency Step 1 Keep an eye on your hair and nails. Signs of protein deficiency often take a long time to become apparent as the body uses protein stored in the tissues if the diet is inadequate. Splitting and/or falling hair and brittle nails are among the first symptoms. Step 2 Pay attention to your energy levels, as extreme fatigue, sleeping too much and generally feeling heavy and tired are all signs that you may need to boost your levels of protein Step 3 Ask yourself if you are taking more measures recently to combat bouts of constipation. While there are a number of reasons that you may feel constipated, irregularity is one of the signs of protein deficiency.

  20. Protein - Spot Signs of Protein Deficiency Step 4 Watch your muscles' growth, or lack thereof. If the body does not have a sufficient supply of protein, it cannot properly build and maintain muscle tissue. Additionally, protein is stored in the muscles and will be used by the body in case of deficiency. Step 5 Check your heart rate regularly, seeking medical attention if it falls below 60 beats per minute. While low blood pressure is one of the later signs of protein deficiency, it is an important one which can affect your health in a number of ways. Step 6 Be careful to not allow a protein deficiency to become severe, as the effects become even more drastic. In extreme cases of protein deficiency, growth may be halted, particularly in children and can cause drastic fluid retention, mental disorders and skin rashes.

  21. Protein - Diseases caused by protein deficiency • Protein-energy malnutrition (PEM)/Protein-calorie malnutrition (PCM) develops when you don't eat enough protein in your diet to meet your body's protein needs. • Low calorie intake often accompanies protein-energy malnutrition. • Protein-energy malnutrition first causes a breakdown of fat, or adipose tissues in the body. When fat stores are depleted, organs and muscles break down so that protein can be used to meet your body's energy needs. • Symptoms include visible loss of fat stores, slow heart rate, apathy, mental changes, thin hair, pale, cold, dry skin and skin breakdown along with increase susceptibility to infection.

  22. Protein - Diseases caused by protein deficiency • Kwashiorkor is a form of malnutrition that occurs when there is not enough protein in the diet. • Symptoms • Changes in skin pigment, decreased muscle mass, diarrhea, failure to gain weight and grow, fatigue, hair changes (change in color or texture),increased and more severe infections due to damaged immune system, irritability, large belly that sticks out (protrudes),lethargy or apathy, loss of muscle mass, rash (dermatitis), swelling (edema)

  23. Protein - Diseases caused by protein deficiency Marasmus is a condition due to protein calorie malnutrition. Malnutrition means inadequate food intake. There is a food gap between food intake and requirement. Muscle wasting is present and there is severe loss of fat in subcutanous tissues. Symptoms The main sign is a severe wasting and the child appears very thin and has no fat. There may be reduction in growth and weight according to height is extremely low The affected child (or adult) is very thin (“skin and bones”), most of the fat and muscle mass having beenexpended to provide energy. There is severe wasting of the shoulders, arms, buttocks and thighs, with novisible rib outlines.

  24. THANKS

  25. Well Protein Crest MRP: Rs. 1620/- DP: Rs. 1350/- BV : 945 Pack Size: 500 g Product Code: FS5019

  26. Well Protein Crest Nutritional Information