Whey Protein: Everything You Need To Know!

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Whey protein is definitely one of the most popular supplements used by anyone training hard or serious about their workouts. The problem is, there are plenty of differences between the types of whey protein, and not knowing them can change your results significantly.

In this video, I show you the differences between the three main whey proteins. I break down whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate and the most expensive (but lacking) hydrolyzed whey protein. I will show you the benefits and drawbacks of each form so you can decide which is right for your particular training and supplementation goals.

In general, the more processed and refined the whey is, the more expensive the product and the more concentrated the protein becomes. That said, there are many subfractions in whey that are vitally important to your immune health that get stripped away as you increase the level of processing.

Whey concentrate has the greatest immune boosting benefits when compared to the more processed isolate and hydrolysate forms. That said, it also has the most amounts of lactose and non-protein components like carbohydrates, fats and sugars.

Isolate protein itself can have many differences as well since the way the protein is isolated to this stage can vary considerably. Heated processes, chemical splitting, and cold micro filtration are all available (each with their own rationale and benefits or negatives) and are further discussed in the video).

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17 Comments

  1. Jeff is a smack in the face of all the other guys on this channel who say "I take this post workout, it's supposed to do this or that, I don't know but I take it anyway, this other bloke said it was good". They don't know shit. Jeff knows his shit.

  2. so, if the nutrition facts on the back say there is 20 grams of protein per scoop (in a concentrate) there are actually only 16?

  3. why do people buy expensive whey protein shakes when you can just eat curd cheese, an egg and a banana? and i found an islandic curd cheese called Skyr that contains three times the protein of normal curd cheese.

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