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Whey Protein-26 Isolate

Whey Protein Powder Is Now A Nutritional Superstar

One of the top selling (and most heavily-marketed) nutritional and sports supplements on the market today, whey protein turns up as an ingredient in everything from smoothies to nutrition bars to high-protein cereals. But what exactly is whey protein powder? Where does this stuff come from? And do you really need it?

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A Brief History of Whey Protein

Whey is a natural by-product of the cheese-making process. Milk contains two primary proteins: casein and whey.  Whey composes about 20% of milk proteins, and casein comprises the remaining 80%. So when you drink a glass of milk, you are consuming both casein proteins and whey proteins. During the cheese-making process, an enzyme called rennet is added to milk to curdle it. The curds are used to make cheese, and the remaining liquid is whey.

It turns out that whey is extremely rich in three milk proteins -which are more easily digested by the body than any other protein, including the holy grail of protein, eggs.

Protein Is a Nutrient

 Protein is a nutrient that the body needs to grow and maintain itself. Next to water, protein is the most plentiful substance in our bodies. Just about everyone knows that muscles are made of protein. Actually, every single cell in the body has some protein. In addition, other important parts of the body like hair, skin, eyes, and body organs are all made from protein.

Many substances that control body functions, such as enzymes and hormones, also are made from protein. Other important functions of protein include forming blood cells and making antibodies to protect us from illness and infections.

Amino Acids

GMP - Good Manufacturing PracticesProteins are made from simpler substances called amino acids. There are 20 amino acids in the protein that we eat every day. The body takes these amino acids and links them together in very long strings. This is how the body makes all of the different proteins it needs to function properly. Nine of the amino acids are called essential because bodies cannot make them. These essential amino acids must come from the foods we eat. Hormone insulin regulates blood glucose (sugar). Insulin is a very small protein. Many proteins are made of thousands of amino acids strung together.  Proteins can be very complex because of all the combinations of amino acids that make up the chains.


Whey protein powder is also extremely convenient. It’s highly portable, since all it requires is the addition of water to reconstitute it. And because it’s made from milk, even with water alone, it takes on a milky flavor and consistency (especially with the concentrates) that you just can’t typically duplicate in a soy protein powder. 

Whey protein is also light (so it travels wells), doesn’t require refrigeration and can be added to all kinds of foods, including skim milk, instant oatmeal and even healthy cookies and pancakes. This makes it an ideal in-between meal snack that you can literally whip up at your desk at work, take in a shaker to the gym with you, or pack in your laptop bag when you are flying.


Whey protein has the highest absorption-rate of any protein food source. This is known as the Biological Value or BV, which is an indication of how much protein in a given food, is actually available to the body to utilize. Whole eggs have a BV of 93.7, and whey protein has a BV of 100 (the higher the BV, the better.) 

Not only does the body potentially absorb more protein from whey, it digests whey more quickly than eggs, meat, or dairy. This makes it an ideal post-workout food, when it’s important to provide extra protein to the body to aid in recovery, especially after weight or resistance training.  For these same reasons, whey makes a good addition to breakfast, since protein levels will typically be low after eight hours of sleep.  

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Whey isolate is produced by passing whey proteins through ceramic filters that strip out certain compounds, like fat (lipids) and lactose sugars. The result is whey which has a higher concentration of protein. Practically-speaking, this means you need fewer “scoops” of whey isolate than whey concentrate to consume the same level of protein. And because much of the lactose
is filtered out, there are fewer digestive problems.  Whey isolate also typically mixes slightly better than concentrates.

Included is our Whey Protein-26 Isolate as part of your natural weight loss plan. As you learn more about this awesome protein, remember that you can even add fruit and yogurt to be used as a meal replacement during the day between meals.

High quality Whey Protein-26 Isolate is rich in the amino acid leucine to help preserve lean muscle tissue while promoting fat loss. The retention of lean muscle during weight loss is related to the leucine's ability to stimulate muscle synthesis. The rate of digestion of protein synthesis also depends on the speed of protein absorption. Meaning, fast absorbing protein like our Protein-26 Isolate has an anabolic effect. The high leucine content of Whey Protein Isolate coupled with fast absorption makes Whey Protein-26 Isolate ideal as a protein supplement during weight loss

Our Whey Protein is fat-free; sugar-free; cholesterol-free and less than 1 gram of carbohydrates.


Although whey supplements are most commonly used as nutritional support to get more protein, they may also provide specific benefits for senior citizens. Whey protein may help in treating certain health conditions that typically affect the elderly, such as cataracts and impaired mental function. Before you begin taking whey protein supplements, talk with your doctor about the proper dosage and possible risks.

Whey protein appears to increase glutathione levels in the body as well. Glutathione is a crucial substance that causes antioxidant actions in your body to naturally fight free radicals, which cause damage to your body's cells. People with certain types of cancer, cataracts, diabetes and liver disease tend to have deficiencies of glutathione.


Seniors who suffer from osteoporosis, cancer and an impaired immune system could benefit from taking whey protein supplements, says the University of Michigan Health System. Whey could help support cancer treatment, as well as treat cataracts, diabetes and viral hepatitis, notes the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Elderly individuals who have impaired mental function could experience improvements from taking whey protein.


Don't take whey protein supplements if you're allergic to milk and other dairy products, and take no more than the amount recommended by your physician or registered dietitian, warns the University of Michigan Health System. If you have a history of kidney disease, you’ll typically want to restrict your consumption of protein. So whey supplementation will probably not be right for you.

In healthy adults, with no kidney disease, consumption of whey protein in excess of the recommended daily allowance appears to be safe, and there is no conclusive research to demonstrate that large amounts of protein in these populations have adverse health risks or leads to kidney damage.

Finally, be aware that whey manufacturers may add other supplements or high amounts of sugar to their products (it will often say dextrose or maltodextrin, which are simple sugars.)   



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