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|Jan 11, 2013 3:36am||
Not all whey proteins are created equal. There is a huge range in quality between different brands. First you have to look at how the cows are raised and what they eat because if you are going to be ingesting 20-60 grams of whey a day you want to make sure you aren’t getting something full of hormones, pesticides or GMO from the cows milk.
Second, you need to look at how the whey protein is processed. You don’t want acid processing or high heat processing because it destroys the amino acid profile of the whey and is much harder for your body to assimilate and build muscle with. A lot of companies have to add fillers and sweeteners to make it taste better after all of the processing, but a high quality whey tastes great just by itself – nothing added – just one ingredient, the whey protein.
Here is some good info on how to choose the best whey protein powder.
|Feb 12, 2013 4:55am||
|Apr 6, 2013 3:11pm||
No it wont increase your weight.