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Which Whey should you go?


Deciding what protein powder is best for you can be a tricky decision if you don’t know what you are looking for. Here are some suggestions for you below:


1: Whey Protein Concentrate: This is the most common form of whey found in whey protein products. It gives a very delicious and thick taste due to the small amounts of fat in the mixture.  It is the most common protein to use. Great for anyone looking to increase recovery speeds and help with balancing the protein intake in their diet.

2: Whey Protein Isolate: The next form is similar to the previous whey but more filtered, meaning more of the impurities are taken out like fat and lactose. Usually used by people who are lactose intolerant or people who do not want any fat or lactose in their protein powder. Usually a little bit higher in price due to the extra filtration process.

3: Casein: The thickest and probably tastiest of the proteins is casein. It is a slower digesting protein then the previous two. The reason is casein when digested curdles more and takes longer to break down. Best taken in your diet at night time.

4: Whey Protein Blend: The blend is for the people that want the benefits of Whey protein concentrate and the casein. The blend takes portions of both and gives you a slow release protein with bit of fast release. This is great for people on a budget that want the benefits of a casein and a concentrate.

5: Hydroslate protein: For people who have the budget and don’t want a single impurity. This takes the whey protein and filters it through a ultra-filtration process, removing most impurities. Usually 0g fat and 0g carbohydrate, although not as tasty as the rest but very easy on the belly. Usually more costly than a whey protein isolate.


Side Note:

Against popular belief all whey proteins digest at a similar rate (except casein). Often people tend to feel a difference in their stomach from each type of whey due to the amount of impurities (example. fat and lactose). These can cause some to bloat or keep you a bit fuller.

January 04, 2020 by 4WN Supplements
Tags: protein