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Why Whey Protein?

Weight Management

Boost metabolism & satiety

Wellness

Enhance immunity

Exercise Recovery

Optimize muscle protein synthesis

Healthy Aging

Maintain muscle mass & function

Apr 17

New Meta-Analysis Supports the Power of Whey Protein for Improved Body Composition

New research published in the March/April 2014 issue of the Journal of the American College of Nutrition shows whey protein, either as a supplement combined with resistance exercise or as part of a weight-loss or weight-maintenance diet, may provide benefits related to body composition.

Apr 10

FAQ - Does timing of my protein intake matter?

Many adults tend to load up on protein late in the day with dinner, but research has shown that not only do adults need to, at the very least, meet the minimum RDA for protein, they also need to space out their protein intake throughout the day in order to get the maximum benefit. 

Tips for a Healthy Whey of Life ®

Add a scoop of whey protein to your morning coffee to help you stay full longer.
Tip: Slowly stir into hot, not boiling liquid, to prevent clumping.
Add a scoop of whey protein to chocolate milk to boost your post-exercise recovery. Whey protein is a good source of leucine, a branched chain amino acid that is essential to muscle health.
Mix whey protein into your families favorite dinner recipes for a high protein, low fat option. Try in creamy soups, pasta sauce, ground meat or mashed potatoes.
Look for whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate and hydrolyzed whey protein on the ingredient label of your favorite supermarket products.