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Long before whey turns into a powerful protein-packed powder, it’s a small but very important piece of what makes up cow milk. Cow milk is generally 3.3 percent protein and comprised of two different types of protein: whey and casein. Whey is about .6 percent of the milk, while casein accounts for roughly 2.7 percent. Even though whey…

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Cauliflower is a very trendy food right now for a variety of reasons. It can easily be incorporated into a wide variety of recipes and, being a vegetable, is incredibly healthy. The Whey Protein Institute exists to educate others about the health benefits of whey protein, so naturally we were drawn to a recipe we saw that not only…

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If you have a New Year’s resolution to work out more or adopt a healthier diet, then you should really consider whey protein. There are a wide variety of benefits that whey protein offers for people looking to obtain valuable nutrients in an efficient package. Some high-quality whey protein isolates carry no sugar or fat and are fewer…

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Anti-inflammatory diets have become popular for good reason. Inflammation is at the root of a number of chronic diseases and limiting inflammation can be great for you. The Whey Protein Institute is all about leading a healthy life, so we looked at ways to add anti-inflammatories to a protein-packed smoothie! Here’s a great recipe…

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Whey protein is great for mixing with drinks. It’s commonly used by athletes to make post-workout protein shakes. Bariatric surgery patients use it to supplement their restricted diets. Adding whey protein to smoothies is a great way to make them more balanced and nutritious. Those are all great reasons for consuming protein powder,…

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