Sunday, July 24, 2011

What is Whey Protein Isolate? .

There are several kinds of protein supplements available: milk and egg protein, soy, beef, and even vegetable protein; but the absolutely best source of protein is ion-exchange whey protein. This protein has superior biological value (which means it may yield more usable grams of protein than other protein supplements), plus it is very low in lactose (the substance in milk that causes a lot of stomach upset and gas in individuals).

There are two main ingredients in milk protein, they are casein and whey. Whey is produced mostly from the production of cheese. Milk is treated to cause a shift in pH and the casein coagulates and separates, and raw whey is left un-curded on top of the casein. It's then collected and undergoes various processing steps. These processing steps are what determines the quality of the whey protein end product.

During the processing, fat and lactose are filtered out to make a lower fat, lower carbohydrate, and higher concentrated protein powder. The protein content can range from 35% to 95% whey protein. Obviously, the higher the protein concentration, the more processing (filtering) is needed which adds to the cost.

Generally, when the protein level reaches >90% concentration, it's considered WPI (whey protein isolate).


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When you are implementing a weight loss regimen, how do you know which product is right for you? If you are looking to keep your carbohydrates, and fat low, you probably should consider a whey protein drink along with a good daily vitamin. Supreme Whey Protein supplies the necessary building blocks for your muscles to maintain size and strength, while providing 0.5g of Glutamine per serving, but only containing 8g of carbohydrates and less than 1g of fat!


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2 comments:

john said...

While selecting whey protein powder, there are many factors which need to be considered properly. First of all, brand of the product is the biggest factor. Very nicely written post. Whey is great for anybody who just need to be feeded instantly or who needs to build up their muscles. Whey protein helps a lot.

brettdean said...

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