Crossfire by Horleys uses Crossflow Microfiltered Whey Protein Isolate WPI, Ultrafiltered Whey Protein Concentrate WPC, and Calcium Caseinate as its protein sources.
By using these three protein sources, the Crossfire protein blend provides you with a sustained protein release as well as a broad spectrum of amino acids at the same time.
This ratio of proteins is also called TNR or Triple Nitrogen Ratio, Crossfire includes high Glycomacropeptide, immunoglobulin, and Lactoferrin containing whey protein that does more than stimulate GH release, and it also helps greatly with muscle synthesis.
Horleys is a New Zealand nutritional company that was created way back in 1976.
Horleys specialises in sports nutrition and also dietary supplements, they also have products in pretty much all the different categories.
Horleys only uses New Zealand whey and casein proteins in all their products and the products are true to label, so what is on the nutritional panel is what is in the product.
Note that the Horleys supplement range doesn’t contain any ingredients or substances that are currently on the banned substance list of world governing sports authorities.
There are 24.5 grams of protein per 35 gram serve in Crossfire and 70.4 grams of protein per 100 grams.
Horleys Crossfire uses one type of sweetener in the formula, which is the sweetener 955 Sucralose.