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Whey Protein Blends

Not looking for a specific type of protein or just unsure of what protein is the best one to use? Start off with a protein blend and get the best of all worlds by utilising a protein powder that covers every aspect of dietary protein intake. A protein blend may utilise a combination of fast, medium or slow digesting dairy based proteins to ensure both recovery and appetite control are accounted for, as well non-dairy and even vegetarian friendly proteins such as egg albumin, pea protein or rice protein to ensure maximum recovery is achieved, appetite is supported and the dietary protein is complete.

Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) is the initial protein produced as a by-product during the cheese making process and yields the highest amount of natural health markers, including healthy bacteria, immunoglobulins and IGF-1 and IGF-2 factors. It has a moderate digestion rate and yields approximately 80% protein per 100g of powder.

Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) is created through the filtration of Whey Protein Concentrate, reducing the carbohydrate and fat content while increasing the amino acid profile and protein purity, yielding up to 90% of protein per 100g of powder. It has a faster digestion rate than WPC, is easily digested and is characteristically known for being great for recovery.

Other proteins found in protein blends may include caseins, which are naturally occurring milk proteins with a slow digestion rate and provide great appetite control. Pea and Rice proteins provide protein source variability, are vegan-friendly and are characterised by having a moderate digestion speed, are high in the recovery branched chain amino acids (BCAA's) and are low in carbohydrates and fat.

A protein blend provides the body with maximum protein source variability. They are high in natural health markers, provide a great blend of recovery proteins and are also a fantastic dietary supplement due to their complete blend of protein sources. By utilising a protein blend, your body is provided with the best proteins for minimising muscle breakdown in casein, while simultaneously maximising muscle growth with whey, as well as ensuring your dietary protein intake is varied with pea, rice and egg proteins.

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