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What is Whey Protein

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What is Whey Protein

Milk contains two main types of protein: casein (80%) and whey (20%).

Whey is found in the watery portion of milk. When cheese is produced, the fatty parts of the milk coagulate and the whey is separated from it as a byproduct.

If you've ever opened a yogurt container to see liquid floating on top — that’s whey. In the past cheesemakers or yogurt makers used to throw it away until they discovered its value.

After being separated whey goes through various processing steps to become what people generally recognize as powdered whey protein.

Whey protein doesn't taste very good on its own, which is why it’s usually flavored. Most popular flavors are chocolate and vanilla.

Powdered whey protein is added to shakes, protein bars or used as meal replacements.

Taking whey protein is a convenient way to add 25–50 grams of protein on top of your daily intake.

Because of it high content in protein it is often used by sports enthusiast. When you take the whey protein powder after your workout it speeds up recovery.

Whey protein is also used by people who need to lose weight or people who lack protein in their diet.


Whey is generally well tolerated, though people with lactose intolerance need to be careful, and some people may even be allergic to it.

SUMMARY
Whey protein is a mixture of proteins in whey, which is a byproduct of cheese production. It’s usually sold as a flavored powder, which is added to shakes, protein bars or used as a meal replacement.

People commonly use whey as supplementation, combined with exercise, to help improve muscle recovery and promote the growth of lean muscle mass.

Because of all these benefits TTN Palawan has added Body Fortress Whey Protein to its assortment.

Body Fortress is imported from the USA.

Most popular flavor is Chocolate

However we also carry vanilla, strawberry, cookies nd cream and peanut butter
To see all items we carry

 



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