Whey Protein Concentrate

Whey is one among the two other proteins found in milk; the other one is casein. A liquid by-product that separates from milk during the processing of cheese from cow’s milk (20% whey protein and 80% casein protein). And, whey protein supplements generally fall into 3 categories: Whey Protein Concentrate powder, Whey Protein Isolate powder and Whey Protein Hydrolysate or blends powder.

  1. Whey protein concentrate typically contains 75% pure protein by weight and has a higher fat and lactose content than whey protein isolate. At least 50% Whey Protein Isolate of grade 90% is found in Whey Depot Protein.
  2. Whey protein isolate is processed to remove fat and lactose, delivering an outstanding 90% + pure protein by weight and literally zero carbs, lactose and fat. And, 35% of  best Whey Protein Concentrate powder of 80% grade is contained in Whey Depot Protein.
  3. Whey Protein Hydrolysate also known as hydrolyzed whey consist of long protein chains are broken down into shorter chains called peptides and has been pre-digested so that it can be easily absorbed by the body and may reduce the potential for allergic reactions. Whey Depot protein also contains 15% Whey Protein Hydrolysate 80% grade.

Protein known as building block of life and among many other, whey protein is the most searched protein across the globe. It is a complete protein, have a complete range of essential amino acids (EAAs).

Hence whey protein is the first preference for bodybuilders, fitness models and athletes and helps them to promote muscle/strength by: