Wednesday, 16 May 2012
Whey Isolate Protein Is A Complete Protein
Now that you know the source and make up of whey isolate, it's time to find a protein powder that is made from pure isolate. This can be harder to find than you think if you don't know what your looking for. Because of the high cost of an isolate, most products are blends on multiple proteins to reduce the overall cost of the product. To find out what type of protein a product has, you must read the label to find out the ingredients. The protein most prominent will be listed first, followed by the remaining proteins as they relate to the quantity included. You will pay for a quality protein, but the benefits far exceed the extra cost when it comes to selecting an isolate over a concentrate or a blend. If you've followed my blog, you already know that ISO XP protein is my protein of choice because it uses exclusively whey isolate. Per 55 gram serving, you get 50 grams of pure whey isolate.