We love hearing feedback from you!
Things we regularly hear:
"I just feel so much healthier when I'm using UNJURY®!"
"I know when I use UNJURY® the weight comes off faster."
"I did so much better on UNJURY®!"
Why is protein important?
Everything in your body is made with protein. There's nothing in your body you can make with just carbohydrate and fat. Your hair, skin, muscles, brain, heart, organs, blood, bones...every cell is made with protein.
What makes UNJURY different? (You get the benefit.)
UNJURY® was developed by a Masters level Registered Dietitian.
UNJURY® uses only A+ quality whey protein isolate.
YOU - and your health - gets the benefit of that quality; better taste, unbeatable health outcomes, and the widespread reputation of the company for integrity.
What are the symptoms of insufficient protein (and inferior quality protein)? 1
Fatigue and/or weakness. Not just the feeling that we didn't get enough sleep last night, but deep fatigue...or weakness where it's hard to get through the day.
Weight loss plateau or weight gain. When we don't get enough protein, medical research indicates that the body tries to store calories rather than burning them.
Hair loss. We believe it is often preventable with enough protein.
Surgical complications. Is there surgery in your future? For many, the answer is yes. The best single numerical predictor of how well a surgery will go is your protein status. And, your body will heal slowly, sometimes very slowly, if your protein status is low.
Muscle Loss. When you don't get enough protein for weeks, your body starts taking protein from your muscles. So your body is actually taking muscle -- to help maintain other cells, and organs, and hormone levels. So it's possible you might be more easily injured if you regularly don't get enough protein.
1 These symptoms can also be caused by other things, so it is always good to ask your doctor.
You can get back on track!
Call 1-800-517-5111 or e-mail Nutrition@UNJURY.com to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable Registered Dietitians.