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Complete Multivitamin and Protein Stack*

SteelFit® Everyday Essentials Stack combines whey protein concentrate with daily essential vitamins and minerals.*

This supplement stack is an easy way to provide your body with valuable and essential muscle-building protein along with micronutrients that improve skin health, cognitive function, and digestive function, all while supporting the body’s antioxidant system.*

Experience the most effective stack of essential protein and nutrients that restore, support, and replenish your body daily.*

  • Steel Whey Overview
  • Steel Multi-V Overview

What It Is

Steel Whey™ 100% Pure Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC80) provides a convenient, delicious whey to add additional muscle-building protein into your daily diet.*

What It Does

Steel Whey’s high biological value and amino acid profile boosts protein synthesis, supports lean muscle growth, accelerates metabolism and enhances recovery.* Steel Whey™ contains no proprietary blends, no fillers, and no protein spiking.*

Amino Acids in Whey Protein

Whole food proteins, such as whey protein, chicken, steak, etc., are made from a combination of essential amino acids (EAA), conditional amino acids (CAA) and nonessential amino acids (NAA).

Essential Amino Acids are those that the body cannot synthesize on its own and they must be obtained from the diet. Nonessential Amino Acids are those that the body can produce from other essential amino acids, carbohydrates, and fats. Conditional Amino Acids can usually be synthesized by the human body; however, under certain conditions like illness or stress the body might not be able or might be limited in the ability to synthesize them.

What about BCAAs (branched-chain amino acids)?

The three BCAAs (leucine, isoleucine, and valine) are a special subcategory of the essential amino acids, that serves as nitrogen carriers, which assist muscles in creating other amino acids required for anabolism (muscle growth).

With all of that squared away, let’s learn a little more about the amino acids in your whey protein powder:

Alanine (NAA): Not to be confused with the beta alanine, alanine is a nonessential amino acid that plays a critical role in glucose production and blood sugar regulation. Alanine also supports optimal functioning of the immune system as well as kidney stone prevention.*

Arginine (CAA): The most well-known function of arginine is to serve as the substrate for the production of nitric oxide, a powerful vasodilator that enhances blood flow and pumps during training and supports cardiovascular function. Arginine also plays a role in the healthy functioning of the pituitary gland and works with two other amino acids in L-Ornithine and phenylalanine.

Aspartic Acid (NAA): Aspartic acid serves a key role in the Krebs Cycle (TCA cycle) that provides energy to the body through its production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate). This nonessential amino acid is also needed for the production of immunoglobulins, antibodies, and DNA. In case you weren’t aware, immunoglobulins and antibodies are responsible for recognizing, binding, and eventually destroying harmful viruses and bacteria that invade the body.*

Cystine (CAA): Synthesized in the liver from the essential amino acid methionine, cysteine fulfills several important functions in the body. First and foremost, cysteine is needed for the production of glutathione, one of the most powerful antioxidants in the body. This amino acid also helps slow down the aging process, and some research indicates it may be helpful in preventing dementia and multiple sclerosis.*

Glutamic Acid (CAA): Glutamic acid belongs to the same family of amino acids as L-Glutamine, the most abundant amino acid in the body. Glutamic acid plays a key role in immune function and digestion as well as serving as an important excitatory neurotransmitter in the brain.*

Glycine (NAA): Glycine is the smallest and simplest of the 20+ amino acids found in the human body and the second most abundant found in human proteins and enzymes. Formed in the liver from serine and threonine, glycine plays an important role in the central nervous system and the digestive system and is needed for the production of many important acids including nucleic acid, bile acids, and creatine phosphate.*

Histidine (CAA): Histidine is an aromatic amino acid used to synthesize proteins and affects numerous metabolic reactions in the body. It also regulates the pH value of the blood and helps form the myelin sheath, a protective coating that surrounds all nerve cells and protects them from damage.*

Isoleucine (EAA): The “weaker” and younger brother of leucine, Isoleucine stimulates muscle protein synthesis in the body, though not quite as powerfully as leucine does. However, where isoleucine does stand out is its role in enhancing glucose uptake by skeletal muscle as well as glucose utilization during intense exercise.*

Leucine (EAA): The “king” of amino acids, leucine is most well known for being the most powerful stimulator of the mTOR pathway in the body, which drives muscle protein synthesis.

Lysine (EAA): Lysine is needed for the production of antibodies, and has been found to be beneficial for protecting against the herpes virus. Additionally, lysine is also needed for the production of carnitine – a substance that helps the body use fat for energy. This essential amino acid also aids calcium absorption and is needed for protein synthesis.*

Methionine (EAA): Methionine is vital to the production of L-Cysteine, an incredibly potent antioxidant that combats oxidative stress induced by intense training. This essential amino acid also aids the liver with the digestion of fats and serves as a “building block” for the production of carnitine, adrenaline, choline, and melatonin.*

Phenylalanine (EAA): A precursor to tyrosine, phenylalanine is important in the synthesis of the important neurotransmitters. Due to this amino acid’s role in neurotransmission, phenylalanine has been investigated as a possible treatment for depression and several other illnesses including multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and ADD.*

Proline (CAA): Manufactured in the liver from ornithine, glutamine, and glutamate, proline is a secondary amino acid that is one of the primary amino acids used to generate collagen, the fundamental protein of skin, bones, ligaments, and tendons. This amino acid also fortifies the artery walls and protects the endothelium layer, highlighting its importance in maintaining cardiovascular health.*

Serine (NAA): Formed from glycine, serine plays a central role in the proper functioning of the central nervous system and production of antibodies. It is also required for the production of phospholipids used in cell production. To top it off, this amino acid also serves a role in the function of DNA and RNA, fat metabolism, and muscle formation.*

Threonine (EAA): A precursor to glycine and serine, threonine is essential for protein synthesis, and it also supports proper functioning of the central nervous, immune, digestive, and skeletal muscle systems of the body. Threonine is needed to produce antibodies, which bolster the immune system, and the mucus gel layer that covers the digestive tract.*

Tryptophan (EAA): Tryptophan plays a critical crucial role in lifting mood, as the uses this amino acid to generate serotonin, one of the “happy hormones”. Another important function of this essential amino acid is that it supports the synthesis of niacin, an essential B vitamin involved in energy production.

Tyrosine (CAA): Tyrosine is an incredibly important amino acid affecting mood, motivation, and reward. Moreover, tyrosine also plays a role in regulating pain sensitivity, stress, and appetite.*

Valine (EAA): The final component of the trio of BCAAs, valine is the least studied of the lot. As one of the BCAAs, valine helps drive muscle protein synthesis and is essential for glycogen synthesis in muscle tissue as well as energy conversion. On top of that, valine also has a supporting role in the proper cognitive function and immune system function.*

Suggested Use

Add one serving (one level scoop) of Steel Whey™ to a shaker cup or blender filled with 6-8 fl. oz. of cold water, milk or your favorite beverage and mix thoroughly. Adjust the amount of liquid to reach your desired taste preference and consistency. Enjoy Steel Whey™ prior to workouts, within 30 minutes after workouts or anytime you desire a delicious high-quality, high-protein drink.

Steel Whey™ can be used for more than just protein shakes. Try mixing a scoop into your oatmeal or yogurt. Better yet, take your breakfast to the level with Steel Whey™ protein pancakes or waffles. Create amazing brownies, cookies, muffins and other types of baked goods packed with extra protein or satisfy your late night sweet tooth with protein-infused ice cream, pudding, or milkshakes.

What It Is

An easy-to-mix, delicious, multivitamin and multimineral powder that supplies over 30 nutrients in each scoop to help support the increased nutrient demands of physically active individuals.

What It Does

In addition to providing essential vitamins and minerals, Steel Multi-V™ includes scientifically formulated complexes to support the body’s antioxidant systems and boost metabolism, while valuable micronutrients improve skin health, and cognitive function.*

Proven Active Ingredients

Vitamin A: Fat-soluble vitamin critical for vision, immune function, reproduction, and cellular communication.

Vitamin D: Fat-soluble vitamin that promotes calcium absorption, supports bone growth and remodeling, and modulates cell growth.

Vitamin E: Fat-soluble vitamin noted for its distinct antioxidant activities which limits production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and protects cells from the damaging effects of free radicals.

Vitamin K: Fat-soluble vitamin required to synthesize proteins involved in blood clotting. Vitamin K also impacts bone metabolism and regulates blood calcium levels.

Vitamin C: Water-soluble vitamin required for the biosynthesis of collagen, protein metabolism, and the absorption of non heme iron.

Thiamine: Also known as vitamin B1, this water-soluble vitamin plays a critical role in energy metabolism, ultimately impacting the growth, development, and function of cells.

Riboflavin: Also known as vitamin B2, riboflavin serves as a precursor to two key enzymes involved in energy metabolism and cell growth. This B-vitamin also helps maintain normal levels of homocysteine in the body.

Niacin: Also known as vitamin B3, niacin serves as the precursor to NAD where it helps convert food into useable energy as well as assist in the repair and replication of DNA.

Vitamin B6: Water-soluble B vitamin involved in cellular energy production, the biosynthesis of neurotransmitters, gluconeogenesis, immune function, and regulation of homocysteine levels in the blood.

Folic Acid: Functions as a coenzyme involved in the synthesis of DNA and RNA and assists in the conversion of homocysteine to methionine (an essential amino acid used in protein synthesis).

Vitamin B12: Water-soluble vitamin required for proper red blood cell formation, neurological function, and DNA synthesis.

Biotin: Helps convert carbohydrates, proteins, and fats in the food you eat into useable energy. This B-vitamin also impacts cell signaling, gene regulation, and histone modification.

Pantothenic Acid: Also known as Vitamin B5, this water-soluble B-vitamin is needed for the production of coenzyme A (CoA) and acyl carrier protein — two compounds essential for fatty acid synthesis and degradation.

Calcium: Most abundant mineral in the body vital to bone health. It is also involved in nerve transmission, muscle function, vascular contraction and vasodilation, and, intracellular signaling.

Magnesium: Cofactor in 300+ biochemical reactions in the body, including protein synthesis, blood glucose control, muscle contraction, nerve impulse conduction, and blood pressure regulation. Magnesium also supports transport of calcium and potassium ions across cell membranes.

Zinc: Essential mineral affecting DNA synthesis, cell division, protein synthesis, immune function, and wound health. Zinc also supports normal growth and development.

Selenium: Trace mineral which serves as a constituent of proteins involved in DNA synthesis, reproduction, cognitive function, thyroid hormone metabolism, protection from oxidative damage, and immune function.

Copper: Essential mineral required for the production of red blood cells, absorption of iron, regulation of heart rate and blood pressure, development and maintenance of bone, and immune system activation.

Manganese: Mineral needed for wound healing as well as bone development and maintenance. Manganese also serves as a building block for superoxide dismutase (SOD), one of the most powerful antioxidants in the body.

Molybdenum: Serves as a cofactor in the production of numerous essential enzymes in the body involved in converting sulfite to sulfate and xanthine to uric acid as well as the break down aldehydes.

Iodine: Trace mineral essential for synthesis of thyroid hormones triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4), which significantly impact metabolism and protein synthesis.

Potassium: Electrolyte that maintains intracellular fluid volume, regulates blood flow, and supports nerve transmission, muscle contraction, and kidney function

Iron: Required for the formation of hemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells that transfers oxygen from the lungs to the tissues. Iron is also needed for growth and development, hormone production, connective tissue synthesis and normal cellular functioning.

Chromium: Trace mineral involved in carbohydrate, protein, and fat metabolism and well-known to enhance the action of insulin in the body.

Vanadium: involved in the formation of red blood cells, metabolism of protein, carbohydrates, and fats, and may enhance the effects of insulin.

Alpha Lipoic Acid: organic compound found within every cell of the body that functions as a powerful antioxidant. ALA also helps digest, absorb, and produce energy and even exert a nootropic effect in the brain.

Cinnamon Extract: pungent spice packed with antioxidants noted to have potent anti-inflammatory properties. Cinnamon has also been documented to improve insulin sensitivity, lower blood sugar levels, and exert anti-diabetic activity.

Inositol: sometimes referred to as vitamin B8, inositol isn’t actually a vitamin, but a type of sugar that serves as a major structural component of cell membranes. This versatile nutrient also influences the action of insulin and various neurotransmitter systems, including serotonin and dopamine.

Boron: multi-faceted micronutrient affecting a diverse array of processes in the body including the growth and maintenance of bone, wound healing, magnesium absorption, increasing levels of antioxidant enzymes, reducing inflammatory markers, and modulating the body’s use of important hormones such as testosterone and estrogen.

Astaxanthin: carotenoid naturally occurring in seafood, similar in structure to beta-carotene. It functions as a powerful antioxidant in the body and has been noted to protect DNA in the eyes from UV light as well as reduce blood sugar levels and oxidative stress.

Resveratrol: powerful phytochemical found in grapes documented to lower blood pressure, improve lipid profiles, combat inflammation, and increase insulin sensitivity.[12,13] Some additional research even suggests that the polyphenol may increase longevity.

Grape Seed Extract: rich in antioxidants, polyphenols, anthocyanins, and flavonoids that may help protect against oxidative stress, tissue damage and inflammation.[15] Grape seed extract has also been found to improve blood flow, wound healing, and skin quality.

Fruit and Vegetable Blend: We’ve all been told about the importance of eating enough fruits and vegetables as children, yet few of us achieve the recommended 3-5 daily servings of these micronutrient powerhouses. SteelFit Multi-V™ includes a diverse fruit and vegetable blend consisting of broccoli concentrate, watercress, and Nordic Cherry® to supply a vast spectrum of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and beneficial phytochemicals to support health and wellness.

Absorption Support: A multivitamin/multimineral is only as effective as your body’s ability to absorb and utilize the micronutrients contained in it. To support ingredient bioavailability and absorption, SteelFit Multi-V™ includes both BioPerine® and Bromelain — a digestive enzyme naturally occurring in pineapple noted for its anti-inflammatory actions.

Suggested Use

As a dietary supplement, mix one serving (one level scoop) of Steel Multi-V™ with 6-8 fl. oz. of cold water (adjust for taste preferences) and consume with a meal such as breakfast every day. Drink at least 6-8 glasses of water daily. Some individuals may experience a harmless tingling, flushing effect on the skin after consuming the product, which is attributed to Niacin.