Liquid vs. Powdered Whey.
So Why Not Use Liquid Whey Instead of the Powdered Form?
Fresh liquid whey’s popularity declined because it has an extremely short life span before it becomes toxic. So, as great as it may be it’s simply not very convenient. Fortunately, by using an unheated whey protein powder this toxicity can be eliminated while preserving the great benefits of liquid whey.
Protein is Damaged When Heated
Unheated whey protein obtained from grass fed cows proves superior to whey that has been subjected to heat during processing.
Once heated, the natural shape of proteins and amino acids bend and twist into shapes the body cannot use. This damaging change is referred to as denaturing. To preserve liquid whey’s protein and amino acid integrity, it must be dried without any heat.
Unheated whey protein powder offers an extremely digestible protein, even for those who are lactose intolerant. This super food also allows those with compromised digestive systems to fully assimilate the vital amino acids needed for repair and healing.
Whey trumps eggs when it comes to protein.
Yes, it’s true. The protein utilization of unheated whey protein is higher than that of milk, eggs, or meat.
In fact, studies have shown that the overall composition of amino acids in whey is identical to that of human blood, which makes whey the most easily assimilated and therapeutically helpful protein to consume.
Protein Comparison BV*
Whey Protein: 104
Whole Egg: 100
Cow’s Milk: 91
*Biological Value (BV) is the proportion of absorbed protein that is retained in the body for repair or growth.
Properly prepared whey is a SUPER FOOD that can be used by anyone looking to restore or maintain health in our very toxic world. But – it’s also perfect for supporting lean muscle.
Ultimate Source of Muscle-Building Amino Acids
Whey contains high levels of the branched chain amino acids (BCAA) that feed and build muscle tissue. Approximately one third of muscle tissue is composed of branched chain amino acids.
Because the human body is 75% protein by dry weight, the dominant nutrient needed to support repair and maintenance is amino acids.
The fastest way to raise amino acid levels in the blood is with unheated, undamaged whey protein powder.
The body requires higher amounts of BCAA during and following exercise, because they are taken up directly by the skeletal muscles, versus first being metabolized through the liver, like other amino acids. Low BCAA levels contribute to fatigue and they should be replaced within one hour or less following exercise or participation in a competitive event. 
A recent study published in Medicine and Science in Sports & Exercise found that consuming 20 grams of whey protein, 30 minutes before and immediately after training can boost your body’s metabolism for as much as 24 hours after a workout.
- Build Lean Muscle
- Increase Fat Burn
- Boost Thyroid Function
- Increase Metabolism
- Protect Against Testosterone Level Decline
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