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Protein Blends: Protein blends consist of more than one type of protein and often contain other supplements like amino acids, creatine, and/or joint supplements.  Blends offer a longer period of protein absorption in the body as each protein type is absorbed at different rates; often giving you up to 8 hours of sustained protein release.

Whey Protein: Whey protein is derived from milk.  About 20% of the protein in milk and milk products is whey protein.  Whey digests the easiest in the stomach and therefore is delivered to your body the fastest.  Whey and Casein proteins are also delivered to the body at nearly 100% of what you ingest, as opposed to other protein sources.  Whey also comes in three forms.  Whey Protein Concentrate is the least pure form, up to 89%, of Whey but is the least expensive.  Whey Protein Isolates are more pure, greater than 90%, as they have been additionally refined to remove other ingredients found naturally in milk.  Hydrolysed Whey Protein Isolate is further refined into the most pure form of Whey Protein.

Casein Protein: Casein protein is also derived from milk.  About 80% of the protein in milk and milk products is casein protein.  Because of the structure of casein protein on how it is digested in your body, casein is a slower digesting or slower released protein.  This is a great source of protein for longer periods between meals or at bedtime when you body can be provided a steady source of protein release. 

Egg Protein: Egg protein also scored very high on the percent protein absorbed per amount ingested.  Egg protein is high quality and releases even slower than casein protein.  Protein blends often contain a source of egg protein for its extended release qualities.  Egg protein is also a great alternative to Whey and Casein for those that are lactose intolerant or lactose sensitive.

Soy Protein: Soy protein, along with pea protein, are also great sources of quality protein.  Although the ratio of protein ingestion to absorption in the body is lower than animal derived proteins, these are great alternative for those on vegan or vegetarian diets.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product.


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