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What is the whey protein?

The whey protein is one of the most used by athletes with a high biological value and perfect amino acid profile.


What is it for?

As a supplement after training with rapid absorption and replenish glycogen stores.

What kind of people is more beneficial?

It is more beneficial for athletes who need a protein with high biological value and protein concentration.


Also with a quick perfect absorption for both men and women.


What time of day is best suited taken?

We recommend taking it for half an hour after training or during breakfast to effectively complement the daily diet and can take on an empty stomach or with some simple carbohydrates.


Compared with similar products

The difference with other sources of protein such as meat or soy is its high percentage of biological value and rapid absorption into the muscle tissue.


What products is usually combined?

You can supplement creatine and amino acids for better results.


Can you take during days off?

Whenever recommended doses that are written descriptions are respected.


Whey is the liquid part of milk that is separated during cheese production. Milk contains two major types of protein: casein (80%) and whey protein (20%).

Whey protein is in the watery part of milk. When cheese is produced, the fat milk coagulates and the serum is distributed as a byproduct (4).

 The liquid that is often seen floating above a yogurt just opens the pot is whey. Cheesemakers used to discard before discovering their commercial value (5).

After separating during manufacture of cheese, whey goes through a series of steps to arrive at what is known as whey protein: a powder to protein shakes and bars (6) is added.

The whey protein does not taste good alone, so he usually adds some essence. Chocolate, vanilla and strawberry are the most popular flavors.

It is important to read the ingredients label before buying, because some may have unhealthy additives such as refined sugar.

Taking whey protein is a convenient way to add between 25 and 50 grams of protein to daily intake. This can be important for bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts, also for people who need to lose weight or are simply lacking protein in their diet.