It's widely recognized that whey protein is unbeatable for protein powder quality. It's great for maintaining muscle during weight loss, for building muscle, and for tissue repair. As part of a higher-protein diet, it optimizes weight management. And, for people with pre-diabetes or diabetes, whey protein enhances blood sugar management and cardiovascular health. In fact, research studies indicate that all adults experience cardio benefits from whey protein.
But not all whey protein is the same. There are two sources of whey protein that sound similar, but are very different:
- Whey Protein Isolate
- Whey Protein Concentrate
How much difference is there between the two? A LOT!
|Whey Protein Isolate:||90% protein, minimum|
|Whey Protein Concentrate:||25% protein, minimum|
Whey Protein Isolate is much purer—more protein, less lactose. Some whey protein concentrate is mostly lactose, which can cause digestive problems for some. Whey Protein Isolate is the preferred protein source for powder supplements and tastes far better—not chalky or gritty, and no unpleasant aftertaste.
UNJURY® is of superior quality—and cleaner tasting—even among other Whey Protein Isolates. There are even different grades of quality between Whey Protein Isolates, and we always use the very best available. You can actually taste the difference—the difference between not using protein because it tastes bad, or even makes you sick, OR, enjoying protein and reaping the long-term benefits with UNJURY.
Thank you for choosing and recommending UNJURY®. We work every day to earn your trust.