Whey Protein

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Whey protein powders are high in quality and taste great, making them an ideal way to meet your daily nutritional requirements. Nothing beats having a few tubs of whey protein powder in your pantry for those times when you're without a meal or snack and need something to fill the hunger void.

Whey protein is easy to mix with water, juice or milk, and will provide about 20-25 grams of protein per serving. Those who make use of whey protein powders within their training schedule often show better results than those who don't so be sure that you're not skipping out on the benefits you could be seeing. There are many different forms and flavor varieties of whey protein, so you're sure to find one that you enjoy.

The main forms of whey protein include:

  • Whey Protein Concentrate
  • Whey Protein Isolate
  • Hydrolyzed Whey Protein Isolate

The main factors to always consider when looking at a protein powder include:

  • Total calorie content
  • Total protein content
  • Carbohydrate and fat content
  • Added ingredients like artificial sweeteners or other flavorings

Whey protein powders can range from lean proteins to weight gainers. Make sure the main macronutrients of the powder fit in with the goals of your diet. In some cases additional complexes will be added to the protein powder for added benefit, such as creatine or glutamine.


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