Health, the Whey Protein Way
Enhances strength and reduces stress
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What is Whey Protein and how is it made?
For the uninitiated, Whey is a by-product left naturally out of the cheese making process. In the cheese making process, the solids in the milk are pressed to extract cheese. After the process gets completed, what we get is a by-product in a liquid form which is called whey. Whey has many commercial uses. One of the many uses is to make Whey Protein. Whey Protein scores very high on the nutritional scale. It is a high-quality protein which has been achieved by filtering and purifying whey using a technology known as low-heat, spray-dry method. No solvents are used in the process of making Whey Protein. This protien plays a pivotal role in increasing the production of muscle protein in the human body which is required after doing an intense workout.
Our formula primarily contains excellent quality Whey Protein which offers more protein and less fat compared to average quality products. Our formula provides 22.5 grams of protein in each serving. Our aim is to deliver the best quality product to fitness enthusiasts. Our product can be easily mixed with water or milk.
Whey Protein: everyone’s ally
Body-building may not be your thing, you are not quite the high-level athlete or being the next Greek-God is not really your dream, but who wouldn’t want to trade an arm and a limb to get body that turns heads? Your decision to go down the protein powder path will prove to be beneficial and rewarding down the line. Whey protein possesses health benefits that can reach across a spectrum of people with diverse nutritional requirements. Ask any fitness enthusiast and they will vouch for the fact that protein powders can be an asset for people.
While rigorous and burning workouts may not be able to keep up with your body’s ability to assimilate nutrition through whole foods, Whey protein’s ability to get absorbed rapidly than milk proteins becomes an added advantage. It is also proven to get easily digested, boasting of an impressive amino acid profile. It not only justifies your body’s needs for normal cell metabolism but also accelerates muscle growth.
If we cease to look at Whey protein from a different set of glasses, we can see an array of physical benefits. Whey protein has the potent power to combat potential infections of the stomach and intestine and help them stay healthy. Did you know that Whey protein is composed of 15% glycomacropeptide, a molecule unique only to Whey. Glycomacropeptides are known to aid beneficial intestinal bacteria. It may prevent some viruses from binding to intestinal cells.
Lactoferrin, an iron-binding protein present in Whey protein is critical for normal red blood cell production. Infact recent research points out that Whey Protien reasonably boosts your immunity, sends down the stress levels on a descending spiral and even fight common forms of cancer such as of the prostrate and colon when included rightly in one’s diet.