Why Whey Protein Isolate Is Better Than Whey Protein Concentrate

UNJury explains why whey protein isolate is more beneficial than concentrate.

From UNJury:

Here are 5 reasons why whey protein isolate is better:

  • MORE Protein: whey protein isolate must contain at least 90% protein
    (Whey protein concentrate can have 25-80% protein-the rest is lactose and minerals)
  • LESS Lactose: whey protein isolate has a negligible amount of lactose
    (Whey protein concentrate can have up to 55% lactose)
  • LESS Fat: whey protein isolate has less than 1% fat
    (Whey protein concentrate has 1-7% fat)
  • Best Texture: whey protein isolate has a smooth texture
    (Whey protein concentrate can be chalky or gritty. It also may feel like it coats your mouth)
  • Clean Taste: whey protein isolate has a clean taste and does not leave an aftertaste.
    (Whey protein concentrate can leave an aftertaste)

UNJURY® Whey Protein Isolate is the most filtered and purest protein available. Each serving has 21 grams of protein, 0 grams of fat and a negligible amount of lactose per serving, and it has all of the essential amino acids (including Leucine) needed to help maintain lean muscle and aid in weight loss.

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