Grass Fed Whey Protein-Vanilla (Item #967)

Protein Powders

Grass fed whey protein powder is an excellent source of protein, even surpassing whole egg, soy, beef, casein, or milk in its biological activity in the body and its ability to deposit nitrogen in the muscles. Whey is also a naturally rich source of branched chain amino acids (BCAA), which make up 1/3 of the amino acids in muscle protein. The BCCA L-leucine is especially important for building muscle protein synthesis. Building lean muscle promotes a healthy metabolism and improves the body's ability to burn more calories. Many use whey to support their weight management program and to stay healthy. Whey contains immunoglobulins, which are essential in maintaining immune system function. Our Grass Fed Whey Protein powder is a high quality protein supplement that is formulated to be a highly efficient, pure, and rich source of protein. 

The Product
  • Provides 21 g of protein per serving (1 scoop)
  • Naturally a great source of BCAAs
  • Contains whey isolate (10%) and whey concentrate (90%) to feed muscles and support overall health
  • Low sodium, low cholesterol, and low fat with no artificial sweeteners
  • Whey is microfiltered and processed under the lowest temperatures possible, resulting in undenatured whey proteins
  • Provides important micro-proteins: B-lactoglobulin, A-lactalbumin, immunoglobulin, and lactoferrin
  • From milk of dairy cows that are solely grass fed and not treated with growth hormone
  • Contains stevia, a natural no calorie sweetener, which has been shown to have no effect on blood sugar
  • Free of bovine growth hormones (rBGH & rBST)
  • An excellent addition to Sports Nutrition, Weight Management and Immune categories
  • Good for lacto-ovo vegetarians and those on low carbohydrate diets seeking protein
  • Great for anyone looking for a high quality source of protein
  • Grass-fed whey may have higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids and CLA (conjugated linolenic acid)
  • Grass-fed whey also has a reduced ecological footprint vs. grain and non-grass-fed cows