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What is whey protein?
Whey Protein Expert: Mary Higgins

What is whey protein? What are the benefits of whey protein? What is the best whey protein? Who should take whey protein? We are here to answer all of these questions in this video!

Who benefits from whey protein?
Health & Wellness Expert: Carolyn Suerth Hudson RD, LD

Everyone can benefit from whey protein. Whey protein has many health benefits for many different people. Whether you are looking to manage a healthy weight, perform better in sports or looking to prevent age-related muscle loss, whey protein is a great source of protein to help in all of these areas. You can even find unflavored whey protein options that can be easily added to many of your favorite recipes.

How much protein do I need each day?
Health & Wellness Expert: Carolyn Suerth Hudson RD,LD

How much protein you need each day depends upon your age, gender, weight and activity level. Some people require higher amounts of protein each day, and a good way to get that extra protein is with high quality whey protein.

Top five benefits of whey protein
Whey Protein Expert: Mary Higgins

There are lots of benefits of whey protein powder. Mary, from the Midwest Dairy Association, is going to walk you through the top five benefits of whey protein in this video. Learn how whey protein can aid in weight management, muscle recovery and overall health.

What is the difference between whey protein powder and other types of protein?
Whey Protein Expert: Mary Higgins

What is the difference between whey protein powder and other types of protein? Whey protein is naturally found in milk. Through a refining process, the curds of the milk are separated from the whey. Whey protein isolate is the most common form of whey protein. It contains 90%+ pure whey protein. There are other forms of whey protein powder, which Mary will discuss in this video.

Where can I find whey protein?

Health & Wellness Expert: Carolyn Suerth Hudson RD, LD

Did you know whey protein can be found in many of the common foods at your local store? Look for the term "whey protein," "whey protein concentrate," "whey protein isolate," or "hydrolyzed whey protein" on the label.

How does whey protein powder compare to other types of proteins?
Whey Protein Expert: Mary Higgins

Mary is here from the Midwest Dairy Association to talk about what types of foods contain high quality protein and why whey protein is considered a high quality protein.

Can I consume whey protein if I am lactose intolerant?
Health & Wellness Expert: Carolyn Suerth Hudson RD, LD

There are many benefits of whey protein and whey protein isolate. But if you are lactose intolerant you may be wondering if whey protein can fit into your diet. You should always read the label on your jar of whey protein powder, but most whey protein products contain very little whey protein so it should be a safe addition to your lactose-free diet.

Weight loss story: The benefits of whey protein for bariatric surgery patients
Testimonial: Mary Higgins

The health benefits of whey protein are numerous. Whey protein can help you maintain a healthy weight, and if you have undergone bariatric (weight loss) surgery whey protein can help you get the nutrients you need while on a restricted diet. Mary shares her bariatric surgery success story in this video.

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