Protein powder in general and whey protein powder specifically are as common as sand on the beach. What distinguishes TenseUp organic whey from products commonly available?

  1. Tense Up organic whey protein is manufactured in harmony with nature. Our whey protein powder is certified organic. What does this mean? The cows that produce the organic milk, which is our raw material to manufacture our whey protein concentrate, are kept in ways appropriate to their species and spend a large amount of their lives in open fields under the clear sky, both in summer and in winter. They are fed with organic feed produced on-site. The cow’s natural development, health and vitality are the prime objectives and more important than peak performance in terms of volume output. Our organic whey protein is manufactured without the addition of aromas, flavour-enhancers and sweeteners. We also avoid using stabilisers, synthetic vitamins and minerals as well as any genetically modified organisms.
  2. Tense Up organic whey protein is neither exposed to high temperatures nor to harmful acids or chemicals during the manufacturing process, which leaves the proteins and amino acids in their undenaturated, native natural condition and preserves them. This positively affects for example, but not exclusively, the protein sub-fractions of immunoglobulin, lactoferrin, α-lactalbumin and β-lacto globulin; it is assumed that these all have important effects on health, e.g. on the immune system which can be of critical importance with respect to muscle regeneration.
  3. Tense Up organic whey protein is completely natural. It contains...
    • No sweeteners
    • No dyes
    • No preservatives
    • No aroma (neither natural nor artificial)
    • No thickening agents
  4. Tense Up organic whey is derived from ultra-filtered organic whey in a production process compliant with the EU Organic Products-Ordinance No. 834/2007 as well as any relevant ordinances amending or changing it; production involves gentle spray-drying and is free of lab-ferment. Tense Up organic whey protein...
    • is vegetarian
    • is kosher
    • is free of GMO (genetically modified organisms)
  5. Tense Up organic whey is free of the following ingredients and their by-products that could trigger allergies or unwanted reactions.
    • No grains containing gluten
    • No crustaceans
    • No eggs
    • No fish
    • No peanuts
    • No soy
    • No hard shell fruits (nuts)
    • No celery
    • No mustard
    • No sesame seeds
    • No sulphur dioxide and no sulphites
    • No lupines
    • No molluscs
    We explicitly state that Tense Up organic whey protein contains lactose (milk sugar).
Amino acid percentage content
Essential amino acids
Isoleucine 6.3
Leucine 10.6
Lysine 8.6
Methionine 2.2
Phenylalanine 3.8
Threonine 7.6
Tryptophan 1.9
Valine 6.7
Semi-essential amino acids
Arginine 3.0
Histidine 2.2
Non-essential amino acids
Cysteine 2.7
Tyrosine 3.8
Proline 3.9
Alanine 4.9
Asparagine acyd 9.9
Serine 4.9
Glutamine acyd 13.9
Glycine 3.1

The values given for nutritional content are derived from random samples and are therefore to be understood as approximate values.

100 g 30 g % 1
Energy 1'561 kJ
(373 kcal)
468 kJ
(112 kcal)
Fat 4.5 g 1.4 g 2%
of which saturated fatty acids 3 g < 1 g 5%
of which trans-fatty acids 0 0
of which cholesterol 10 mg 2.5 mg < 1%
Carbohydrates 10 g 3 g 1%
of which sugar (lactose) 10 g 3 g 3%
of which dietary fibre 0 g 0 g
Protein 76 g 23 g 46%
of which essential amino acids 51 g 15 g
of which semi-essential amino acids 5.1 g 1.5 g
Sodium2 0.8 g 0.2 g 4%
Potassium 160 mg 40mg 2%
Calcium 260 mg 65 mg 7%
Magnesium 22 mg 5.5 mg 1%
Phosphorous 380 mg 95 mg 14%
Iron < 1 mg < 1 mg < 7%
Copper < 0.5 mg < 0.5 mg < 30%
Zinc < 2 mg < 2 mg < 20%

1 Daily consumption. Guiding values based on a daily caloric intake of 8,374 kJ (2,000 kcal) for healthy adult women over age 18 with limited physical activity, who are not pregnant or breast feeding. Personal needs vary based on age, sex, body mass and physical activity.

2 The sodium content is entirely based on the presence of naturally occurring elemental sodium

We have to follow the provisions of law and current usage of official agencies in stating these “guiding values”, although it is illogical from a scientific and practical point of view to state nutritional values relating exclusively to this specific population group. These nutritional values are not a reference in a meaningful sense and your personal needs can significantly deviate.

The values given for nutritional content are derived from random samples and are therefore to be understood as approximate values.