Whey is one of the two proteins present in dairy, the other being Casein. The primary characteristic that separates the two types of proteins is their general solubilities: whey is water soluble while Casein is not . Most Whey purchased at the store is processed from cow milk. However, Whey is also present in a variety of mammalian milk, even human . Whey is a popular supplement among athletes seeking to efficiently increase their protein intake . Whey appears to be quickly absorbed into the body by the stomach, thus making it a more readily available form of protein as compared to other sources .
Where to Purchase
How to take
On a Cycled Basis
25 – 80 g per serving
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