Whey Protein Series 2 of 4

Whey Protein Series 2 of 4

Hey!!! You’re back!!

Unless you’re not; If that’s the case then welcome to Part 2 of our exploration of whey protein.In the first part we asked the biggest question; Is whey protein good for you? Of course the answer is yes, but you all wanna know why right? One of the biggest reasons athletes, trainers, and nutritionists recommend whey protein is how great it is at keeping you going longer, and recovering sooner.

In fact, whey protein is…


Studies show that Whey promotes fat loss while increasing lean muscle mass. During several trials, those who supplemented with whey protein lost more fat and built more muscle than those who didn’t. Keep in mind, both sets of subjects received the same amount of protein.




According to studies, Whey protein significantly improves performance, endurance, and general strength while also reducing body fat, when compared to other types of this macronutrient.



This is another fantastic benefit for those who want to lose weight and burn fat.

It’s no secret that protein is the most satiating of all the three macronutrients (proteins, fats, and carbs) – but not all types have the same effectiveness.

It makes you feel full for much longer which may prevent you from consuming more calories than you need throughout the day.

With all that said, it sounds pretty clear that whey protein is good for your fitness regime.

So long as the company you’re buying your product from is adding other healthy ingredients to their protein powder.

We know we do.

But what about the rest of the body? Surely there’s some catch here right?

Nope, but we’ll get to that next time.

Speaking of, go ahead and drop your email down there and subscribe, that way you don’t miss out on next week’s feature on the neuropathic benefits of whey protein.

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In case you needed some more reasons to LOVE our product… It’s also made with sunflower lecithin. Lecithin is a fat that makes up a third of the matter in our brain which carries choline, a chemical that is involved in many daily tasks. 

Because it’s cheaper to produce some companies use soy lecithin which is produced in the same factories as acetone and hexane. We think that sounds dangerous.

How the protein gets into your body is just as important as the effects it has on your body. More on that in the next part of our series where we ask; How does whey protein affect your mind?

It’s also:

Sugar Free Fat Free

Carb Free Lactose Free (99.5%)

Cholesterol Free Gluten Free

Chemical FREE

FREE of dangerous artificial sweeteners

FREE from dangerous heavy metals

ZERO fillers, binders or bulking agents

ZERO added hormones or antibiotics

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