Category Archives: Whey Protein

More Differences Between Whey and Casein: Postprandial Triglycerides

Milk contains two protein fractions. These fractions are whey and casein. Consuming whole milk necessitates the consumption of both fractions because they are present as a mixture along with the other macronutrients. However, it is possible to separate these two … Continue reading

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The Gastrointestinal Effects of Whey

Evidence suggests that high protein diets are beneficial in weight loss. A number of studies have investigated the effects of high protein diets and found that they may decrease short term appetite, increase general satiety, and increase resting metabolic rate. … Continue reading

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Whey Protein: The Leucine Threshold

Powdered whey protein is a useful supplement. It provides a simple and cost effective solution to those wishing to increase protein intake. Whey protein holds a number of advantages over other proteins, and in particular, the proteins in whey have … Continue reading

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Casein and Dietary Fat Interactions

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Whey Protein Lowers Blood Pressure

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Whey, Casein and Soy Protein

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Three Easy Ways To Boost Antioxidant Intake (Tea, Herbs, Whey Protein)

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The High Insulin Response to Milk

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Whey Protein Isolate Versus Whey Protein Concentrate

Whey protein is one of the protein fractions present in cow’s milk. When milk is curdled during cheese making, the whey protein fractions separates from the casein fraction, and this can allow the whey protein to be isolated and freeze … Continue reading

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Whey Protein: Concentrate or Isolate?

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