- Superior Whey Protein
- Support Muscle Building
- Improves Absorbtion & Digestibility
Mix 1 scoop of Animal Whey with 4-6 ounces of skim milk or your beverage of choice. For best results, use a blender or Animal Shaker Cup. On training days, use 2 or more servings post-workout or whenever more protein is required. For more flavour, use slightly less liquid when mixing up Animal Whey.
Rich in prized whey protein isolate, fortified by digestive enzymes, mixes easily. A whopping 25 grams of protein per scoop. And it tastes great. We endeavoured to create the ideal bodybuilding protein source, one worthy of the thirty-plus year Animal legacy, and the accolades garnered in the trenches assure us that this enterprise was a success.
Animal Whey stands apart from the crowd not just in terms of quality, but in taste. Because after all, if you’re going to drink multiple proteins shakes per day in order to meet your nutritional requirements, it better taste awesome. And it does. Providing standards like Chocolate and Vanilla for the traditional types, and more unique offerings like Brownie Batter, Salted Caramel and Chocolate Mint for lifters who dig something decadent in their shaker cup.
Animal Whey is easily digested and quickly processed whey protein, providing the building blocks needed to grow bigger, stronger and better. It is muscle food, in its purest form.
With Animal Whey Universal Nutrition held nothing back. We simply set our minds on delivering the best quality whey protein powder available to an audience of diehard lifters who will accept nothing less. No games. No tricks. No hype. Just protein done right.
1 ) WHAT IS WHEY?
Whey protein is a by-product of the process of cheese-making. It is the most popular form of protein as whey protein are a fast-digesting protein which stimulates protein synthesis. It provides the chain of essential amino acids which are necessary to eliminate the catabolism effect on the body and maintain the metabolism of the body.
2 ) TYPES OF WHEY
Whey protein is available in 3 different forms. Let us understand the difference between them.
Whey Protein Concentrate: It is the least processed and the cheapest form of whey protein. It contains 70-80% protein and some amount of lactose and fats. As they are least processed, they are rich in beneficial nutrients found in whey naturally.
Whey Protein Isolate: It is a processed form of whey protein which contains 90% or higher protein and fewer amounts of lactose and fats. Hence, it is the best form of whey for those who are looking for more protein and fewer carbs.
Whey Protein Hydrolysate: It is pre-digested and absorbed rapidly. Due to its high absorption quality, they are high in price compared to whey protein concentrate and isolates.
3 ) DO I NEED WHEY PROTEIN?
The need for whey protein arises when a person is not able to satisfy the protein needs from regular meals. Whey protein is less in fat, easily digested, and high in dietary protein which can help you to meet the protein RDA.
4 ) DO THEY HAVE ANY SIDE EFFECTS?
Excess of everything is harmful. Whey protein, when taken as per the recommended servings, are safe for adults while an overdose can cause side effects such as bloating, increased bowel, nausea, thirst, and fatigue.
5 ) IS IT VEGETARIAN?
Yes, whey protein is derived from milk. Hence, it is vegetarian.
6 ) WHEN CAN I CONSUME IT?
It is best to consume it first thing in the morning or immediately after the workout for the maximum result.
7 ) WILL I GAIN WEIGHT OR LOSE MUSCLE IF I STOP TAKING WHEY PROTEIN?
No, you will not lose muscle or gain weight after discontinuing whey protein provided that you continue meeting your protein RDA & daily caloric needs.
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