Whey Protein Improves Muscle, Reduces Body Fat, and Promotes a Natural Full Feeling
Tuesday, January 08, 2008
Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist Byron J. Richards,
A variety of new studies regarding the health benefits of whey protein, especially for middle aged and older Americans, are now being reported in the scientific literature. Of course, the quality of whey protein is a huge issue. Many companies sell cheap whey protein based on old-style and outdated filtration technologies either using ion exchange (which adds chemicals and damages proteins) or older filtration technologies (which also damage proteins). This cheap whey garbage is still sold, mostly to bodybuilders in 5 gallon pails, because low-quality companies have millions invested in obsolete equipment.
At Wellness Resources we only use the very best whey protein based on state-of-the-art filtration technologies which leaves protein molecules undamaged, leaves in the important glycomacropeptides (GMPs), and removes all the cholesterol. Our Daily Protein Unflavored (100% whey protein with no flavoring) and our top-selling Daily Protein Plus (100% unflavored whey with oat bran and mangosteen fruit) are examples of this quality difference. Protein-powder-selling companies don’t dream of offering you an unflavored version of their whey proteins, as they are so bitter from damaged protein molecules that you can’t stand the taste. Of course unflavored soy protein is enough to make any person gag. In our Daily Protein drinks you get the clean and natural taste of protein the whey it should be.
Whey protein stands out as the very best protein to build muscle strength, even superior to red meat. A new scientific review finds this is a very important issue for older Americans trying to maintain their health. Whey protein is especially beneficial for muscles when consumed before or after exercise.
Several other new studies are finding that the GMP part of the whey protein is responsible for helping to reduce body fat while maintaining muscle – as well as helping to promote a more full feeling so that less food is consumed throughout the day. Whey protein is ideal at breakfast, as I have explained in my book, The Leptin Diet. In the appendix of that book I review numerous studies showing the benefits of whey protein for weight management. All this new science simply builds on the existing foundation and proves that high quality whey protein is the WHEY TO GO!
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