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Myo-Band’s Oblivion is a powerful next-generation INTRA- and POST-workout recovery drink, which is fast acting and fully absorbed with zero digestion. Zero Carbs, Zero Sugar, Zero Fat, Zero Digestion, Zero Fibre.
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Oblivion is a scientifically engineered, ground-breaking product. It contains a highly advanced peptide-form derived directly from hydrolysed dairy protein – this has produced a protein based-drink with ZERO carbs, sugars and fats. When consumed, it will instantly be absorbed to give the full spectrum of amino acids required to enhance strength, lean muscle and, more importantly, reduction of DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness).
If you’re looking for an innovative product that has the powerful benefits of Whey, BCAA and any other protein, however, is also as refreshing as juice – Oblivion is the one!
Oblivion is suitable for all users, yet it really excels when used by athletes, where rapid recovery is necessary in-between multiple daily training sessions.
Partner yourself with this powerful protein supplement and all you’ll need to do is to train to OBLIVION!
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How to Serve
Add 1 level scoop (1 serving/ 16g) with 500ml of water, if you prefer flavouring to be stronger add less water or for a weaker flavour add more water. Swirl lightly until it has dissolved. If shaken there will be some foaming which is normal, it will settle. Scoop included.
Training days – Take 1 scoop during exercise and 1 scoop after exercise.
Non-training days – 1-2 servings as required throughout the day (to supplement your protein intake from your daily balanced diet).
Note: Each scoop provides 12g of protein and generally you will require 1g of protein per 1kg of body weight and during high training periods you generally require approximately 2g of protein per 1kg body weight.
How to Store?
Store in a cool and dry place. Avoid direct sunlight. Keep out of reach from children.
This product is manufactured on equipment which processes products containing nuts, dairy, lactose, food colours and flavourings.
*We have separated whole source proteins and individual amino acids (building blocks of protein). Total protein source is 12.5g per 16g serving.
L-Glutamine is an amino acid (building block of protein) known for it’s role in protein production and is an important part in muscle growth following exercise (1). It is naturally produced in the body, however intense exercise will deplete levels, by including L-Glutamine in your post-workout nutrition, you will restore the natural levels and:
Increase muscle gain and have a quicker recovery (2, 3)
Decrease muscle wastage (4, 5, 6, 7)
Increase power and endurance and decrease fatigue whilst diminishing
Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)
L-Glutamine does this by preventing the breakdown of Leucine (an amino acid which switches on muscle growth) and therefore aiding protein synthesis to build and repair muscle.
Branch Chain Amino Acids are building blocks of proteins which are not naturally made within the body and therefore must be derived from food or supplements. They stimulate muscle protein synthesis or ‘gains’ as well as reducing the rate of protein breakdown.
BCAA’s require no digestion and will enter the blood stream much more quickly than Whey protein, therefore helping to decrease DOMS and muscle wastage (8)
Casein is a protein commonly found in mammalian milk. Casein hydrolysate is a form of this protein which has been hydrolysed or broken down. Studies show that proteins that have been hydrolysed are easier to digest and absorb, as a result are more quickly incorporated into skeletal muscle and leave you feeling a lot less bloated. (9)
Post-workout consumption of hydrolysates enhance recovery and process and prepare your body for the next workout. (10, 11)
Casein hydrolysate versus whey – although Whey hydrolysate is an excellent, quickly absorbed protein supplement, the slightly different amino acids in casein make it a superior strength builder and fat burner. Casein Hydrolysate has been proven on studies to cause an increase in amino acid levels similar to that of Whey. However Casein Hydrolysate differs from Whey proteins in the fact that it keeps the amino acid levels high, like that of traditional Casein proteins (9)
Creatine is a compound found naturally in the human body, it aids in the supply of energy to muscle cells.
Creatine Monohydrate is one of many forms of creatine available on the market, however it is the subject of most scientific studies involving creatine and has been proven to be extremely safe over long and short- term usage and in high dosages (up to 30gms per day) (1,2,3,4).
Creatine helps to increase muscle mass, by providing the muscle cells with energy as they contract, by aiding this process, Creatine is a key product for building lean muscle mass.
Inulin is not digested or absorbed in the stomach. It goes to the bowels where bacteria can use it to grow. It supports the growth of a special kind of bacteria that are associated with improving bowel function and general health. Inulin decreases the body’s ability to make certain kinds of fats. Though this ingredient has many benefits, it is predominantly used in Oblivion for taste purposes.
1. Norton LE, Layman DK. (2006). Leucine Regulates Translation Initiation of Protein Synthesis in Skeletal Muscle after Exercise. Journal of Nutrition. 136, 2, 5335-5375.
2. Street B, Byrne C, Eston R. (2011). Glutamine Supplementation in Recovery From Eccentric Exercise Attenuates Strength Loss and Muscle Soreness. Journal of Exercise Science and Fitness. 9, 12, 116-122.
3. McCormack WP, Hoffman JR, Pruna GJ, Jajtner AR, Townsend JR, Stout JR, Fragala MS, Fukuda DH. (2015). Effects of l-Alanyl-l-Glutamine Ingestion on One-Hour Run Performance. J Am Coll Nutr. 34, 6, 488-96. doi: 10.1080/07315724.2015.1009193. Epub 2015 Jun 22.
4. Naclerio F, Larumbe-Zabala E, Cooper R, Allgrove J, Earnest CP. (2015). A multi-ingredient containing carbohydrate, proteins L-glutamine and L-carnitine attenuates fatigue perception with no effect on performance, muscle damage or immunity in soccer players. PLoS One. 10, 4, e0125188. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0125188. eCollection 2015.
5. Roth E, Spittler A, Oehler R. (1996). Glutamine: effects on the immune system, protein balance and intestinal functions. Wien Klin Wochenschr. 108, 21, 669-76.
6. Castell LM, Newsholme EA. (1997). The effects of oral glutamine supplementation on athletes after prolonged, exhaustive exercise. Nutrition. 13, 7-8, 738-42.
7. Song QH, Xu RM, Zhang QH, Shen GQ, Ma M, Zhao XP, Guo YH, Wang Y. Glutamine supplementation and immune function during heavy load training. Int J Clin Pharmacol Ther. 2015 May;53(5):372-6. doi: 10.5414/CP202227.
8. Shimomura, Y., Inaguma, A., Watanabe, S., Yamamoto, Y., Muramatsu, Y., Bajotto, G., … & Mawatari, K. (2010). Branched-chain amino acid supplementation before squat exercise and delayed-onset muscle soreness. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 20(3), 236-244.
9. Koopman et al (2009). Ingestion of a protein hydrolysate is accompanied by an accelerated in vivo digestion and absorption rate when compared with its intact protein. Am J Clin Nutr 90: 106-115.
10. Buckley, J. D., Thomson, R. L., Coates, A. M., Howe, P. R., DeNichilo, M. O., & Rowney, M. K. (2010). Supplementation with a whey protein hydrolysate enhances recovery of muscle force-generating capacity following eccentric exercise. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 13(1), 178-181.
11. Power, O., Hallihan, A., & Jakeman, P. (2009). Human insulinotropic response to oral ingestion of native and hydrolysed whey protein. Amino Acids, 37(2), 333-339.
Will I get bloated?
No, Oblivion requires zero digestion and coupled with zero fibre in each serving, the protein goes straight to where it is needed the most – your muscles. With very little lactose in each serving due to the hydrolysis process, it is better for those with lactose intolerance.
Is it suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans?
Vegetarian – Yes
Vegans – unfortunately no, don’t let the refreshing cordial juice taste trick you, it is still dairy based.
There are ingredients in the market like the ones in Oblivion, so why is it an evolution?
Oblivion is an evolution product because we are trying to push away from the traditional idea of milkshakes as protein shakes. You can drink it like its cordial! (Not too much though as it is still protein and you may get increased flatulence).
With Oblivion, you can get pure protein and pound for pound more protein than any other source because of its pre-digested state. It is fast absorbing and has only one main nutrient – PROTEIN.
Can I drink 2 servings during training?
This question is very broad as it depends on many factors such as your body weight, your training, your metabolism etc. However the general rule of thumb is to consume 1g of protein per each 1kg of your weight. However if your physical activity increases your requirement for protein will increase. Example, if you weigh 70kg, you will require 70g Protein daily.
If you then start going to the gym and train intensively, then your requirement can double, so you would need anywhere up to 140g of Protein a day.
So to answer this question, we would advise 1 serving during training unless you are intensively training most days.
Will I get big drinking Oblivion?
Yes and No.
Yes, if you train anaerobically and yes, it is not easy to build muscle and get big.
No, not really (depending on your physical attributes) if you train aerobically. When training aerobically, Oblivion will help your muscles recover rapidly so they do not fatigue for long periods of time.
What is the difference between Whey and Oblivion?
Both dairy based but Whey is a by-product of cheese and Oblivion is majority Casein, which is derived straight from Milk.
Other companies have 100% Hydrolysed Casein products, why shouldn’t I just buy that?
Casein Hydrolysate is no doubt a fantastic protein source and yes can be purchased from other sites. The difference with Oblivion is the fact we have formulated a protein with recovery in mind, so we have included ingredients such as BCAA (naturally increases HGH – recovery hormone), creatine to boost the energy use rather than the body using amino acids for energy and finally a great tasting product you can drink and it not get sickly.
Which is better, Hydrolysed Whey and Oblivion?
Both protein sources are very pure and high in protein content. However Oblivion, with the high levels of Casein hydrolysate does take the win for us. Hydrolysed Casein sustains its amino acid base as if it was like standard Casein, which shows that it provides amino acids for longer periods than Hydrolysed Whey.
Why has the label changed from 27g to 25g?
The initial 27g protein content included the creatine content in this figure. As creatine has a nitrogen section to its structure, when tested for protein, creatine is detected as protein. To be as clear as possible, we have updated the label at the front to match the 25g protein content without including the creatine nitrogen detection. We have even split the protein source from whole proteins and amino acids on the nutritional label so you know where your protein derives from.
Why does the Nutritional facts on my Oblivion label state each scoop only has 7.5g of protein and the front of the label says it has 25g per 2 scoops?
On your Oblivion labels, we have separated the protein as Protein and Amino acids (building blocks of Protein). The protein value (7.5g) + amino acids value (5g) provides 12.5g of total protein. We have separated the protein and amino acids to show where your protein comes from, which is 7.5g from whole proteins and 5g protein from individual protein elements – amino acids. We hope this helps as we tailor the labels to be more informative.
Why is my scoop 25ml? Does this not give 25g of Oblivion?
The 25ml scoop when used gives approximately 16g of Oblivion protein. This is due to the pure quality of the Oblivion powder being so fine and light in density that it requires a 25ml scoop to get the required serving.