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What Is Organic Whey Protein?
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What Is Organic Whey Protein?

Whey protein is made from milk in the same process by which cheese is created. The organic version of this method limits or excludes the use of synthetic products. Many trainers, nutritionists and athletes consider whey protein to be one of the best sources of protein available in nature. Organic whey protein, used in conjunction with a workout plan, is said to help build muscle and promote weight loss. The organic production of whey protein may add even more benefits.

Organic whey is made from organic milk, which does not come from cows treated with growth hormones. Most studies show that cows raised organically naturally produce milk that is higher in protein than non-organically produced milk. Organic whey protein is less likely to have the large amounts of sugar and colorants that non-organic proteins may have.

Most who use organic whey protein as a supplement to their diet do so because it is said to aid lean muscle growth. When lifting weights or engaging in intense cardio, muscles tear. The idea is that they bond together again stronger than before during this process, but they need protein to do so. Organic whey protein has a high biological value, meaning that the body is able to absorb the proteins efficiently. This supplement also contains amino acids—specifically, branched-chain amino acids, often referred to as the building blocks necessary for muscle growth.


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