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Hydrolyzed Whey

Hydrolyzed Whey

HYDROLYZED WHEY PROTEIN

Looking for a quickly absorbed whey protein? Then it’s time to get hydrolysed.

According to Sports Dieticians of Australia (SDA), research indicates that dairy proteins are superior to other protein types in maximising the benefits of resistance exercise. In the fitness industry, whey proteins supplements derived from cows’ milk are very popular due to their fast digestibility and absorption into the body, assisting strength trainers and athletes to more readily reach their fitness goals. The two main types of whey protein powders are whey concentrates and whey isolates.

The type of whey protein to use depends on a number of factors. Isolates are very pure in form, and are quickly absorbed into the muscles, making them very useful for muscular repair and recovery after bouts of heavy activity. Whey concentrates are less pure, as they contain some carbohydrates and fats. They are also slower acting, which means they can be used at different times of the day to provide a more sustained-release of protein to the bloodstream.

Hydrolysed whey proteins are isolates that have been treated with acids or enzymes to create a kind of ‘pre-digestion’ effect, breaking them down into their constituent amino acids. This results in very small peptides that are absorbed and utilised by the body extremely easily.

Hydrolysed whey proteins are typically lactose-free, making them suitable for people with a dairy allergy. However, it’s important for lactose-intolerant individuals to seek medical advice beforehand. Protein supplements are also not designed to be used on their own, but should be taken as part of an exercise regime and a sensible balanced diet that contains all food groups.

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