Diet-Food WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE - Powder 500 g
The product is a rich source of protein - the basic building block of muscles. It helps in maintaining healthy bones. It contains amino acids valuable for health. It's the perfect way to snack during the day or after exercise, without unnecessary carbohydrates, sugar or excess fat. Recommended for people who train intensively, are active and want to have a slim and athletic figure. We have added organic raw cocoa to our organic whey protein, which is a source of minerals and vitamins.
The milk obtained for the production of whey comes from cows that are slowly grazed in ecological meadows.
What is Whey Protein?
Whey Protein is one of two categories of protein found in dairy products (along with casein) and is a by-product of cheese and yogurt production. Once processed, whey protein is usually sold in powder form or mixed with powdered smoothies and beverages that also contain other nutrients. It is used as a supplement for malnutrition and protein deficiencies, or most often to increase athletic performance. Before being absorbed by the body, large fractions of protein are broken down by the body's digestive enzymes into amino acids. The amino acids are then combined in various combinations to create new proteins that the body will use to build muscle, enzymes, hormones, and other substances needed to build and function. Whey protein provides all the essential amino acids and is especially rich in leucine and cysteine. Leucine protein sources are believed to be the strongest determinant of muscle protein synthesis and growth, and is therefore the preferred choice for most gym goers.
How will I prepare my protein for consumption?
We recommend mixing two tablespoons with your favorite milk, yoghurt or juice (250 ml). Consume 1-3 times a day.
What is the difference between isolate and concentrate?
Since denaturation can affect the biological activity of certain peptides, bio-whey concentrate is healthier than isolate. However, depending on the production process used, the isolate may still contain significant amounts of active peptides. Whey protein isolate is much more digestible than the concentrate, but it has less nutrients.
Isolate vs protein concentrate - what to consider when choosing?
When choosing a protein product, it's important to consider your goals, budget, and health. Remember that whey concentrates contain significant amounts of lactose and anyone intolerant to this substance should avoid them. Isolates are more processed, more expensive and may have lost many health-promoting compounds that can be found intact in bio concentrates. On the other hand, isolates contain higher amounts of protein. If you are lactose intolerant and need a nutrient that absorbs quickly, choose a protein isolate. It is easily digested by the body and has no side effects. On the other hand, the best choice for beginners and those looking for a product at a low price will be bio concentrate.