FAQ: What is the difference between whey protein powder and other types of protein? | Whey Protein Institute's Mary Higgins describes whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, and hydrolyzed why protein.
I love me some whey shakes. Whey is a quick digesting protein which is exactly what you need post workout, along with some carbs like a banana to replenish the glycogen stores in your muscles. Whey also comes in handy when you need to eat & don't have the time to cook...but you should always strive to get your nutrition from real food (aside from your post workout meal).
Optimum Platinum Hydrowhey is one of my favorite protein powders hands down. Tastes outstanding, mixes easily, and has a very clean label. Check it out if you want one of the best whey protein powders on the market.
Two of my most underrated but most effective proteins are my Advanced BCAA and Leucine Peptides. These two proteins I consider true protein supplements. They are manufactured in a way to have higher levels of amino acids that play crucial roles at increasing protein synthesis which, can result in greater and faster increases in lean muscle mass and fat loss Proteinfactory’s Advanced BCAA is not your typical BCAA supplement. As a matter of fact, truthfully, it is a hydrolyzed whey protein…