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  • All natural whey protein isolate (no concentrate)
  • From grass fed cows not treated with hormones or antibiotics
  • Non-denatured, cold processed, cross-flow micro filtered
  • 100% non-GMO with no gluten, fat, cholesterol or lactose
  • Ultra low glycemic with 0-1g of sugars per serving

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FAQ's About Whey Protein Powder:

Q. What is whey protein powder?
Whey is a substance derived from cow's milk comprised primarily of protein, lactose, and minerals, with trace amounts of fat. Whey is a 100% complete protein, meaning that it contains all the essential amino acids required by the human body. Throughout much of the history of dairy production in the U.S., whey was not recognized as a valuable food source; rather it was considered a mere by-product in the cheese manufacturing process. By 1975, as the scientific community better understood the health benefits it offers, rudimentary efforts were underway to process whey as a supplemental protein powder. In the 1990s, more sophisticated techniques like advanced micro-filtration and ion exchange facilitated a higher quality product─whey protein isolate─in which the pure amino acids are retained while the fat and milk sugar (lactose) is removed, resulting in a pristine, easily absorbed (and organically sourced) form of whey containing at least 90% protein by weight. It is the closest you will find to organic whey protein powder that is not certified as such due to the challenges of currently sourcing 100% organic whey protein isolate.

Q. Who can benefit from whey protein powder?
This functional food is ideal for:
  • Growing children. Developing bodies need easily absorbed, high-quality protein every day, without added fat, cholesterol, sugar, or processed carbs. In fact, sugar and refined carbohydrates both largely factor into America's childhood obesity epidemic.
  • Teenagers. Many of the problems that kids experience in their teen years─from extra pounds, to mood swings, to acne─may be linked to poor diet and sugar from foods/beverages. Teens consuming lean, healthy, blood sugar-stabilizing protein daily are less likely to over consume junk foods/drinks.
  • Adults: people of all ages need high-quality protein, especially over time. As we age, our ability to assimilate protein decreases, which can impair daily wellness. Whey protein─the most easy-digesting protein available─is not only ideal for optimal daily nutrition, it also helps to preserve lean muscle mass and protect immune health throughout our lifespan.
  • Body builders, athletes, and anyone seeking fitness: Whey protein is especially valuable for those who exercise regularly by helping to promote fat loss while fueling the development of lean muscle mass. Whey protein also facilitates a highly efficient anabolic response─your body's ability to build and repair muscle.
  • Pregnant women and nursing mothers: Easy-digesting, high-quality protein is ideal pre and post-natal nutrition, and may also reduce the risk of developing gestational diabetes. Complete protein on a daily basis is crucial for fetal and infant development─both for growing bodies and brains.
  • People of all ages seeking healthy, permanent weight loss. Studies comparing whey and casein on appetite and satiety-related hormones found whey protein powder to be most effective in promoting satisfaction and fullness resulting in reduced appetite and decreased food intake.9,10

Q. What should you consider when choosing a protein supplement?
Since many people fail to obtain enough healthy protein in their diets, supplementation is a smart way to maximize your intake of this vital macro-nutrient. To ensure you choose the highest quality product, ask these questions first:

Is it the best form of supplemental protein?

While whey and soy are common forms of supplemental protein, whey has many advantages over soy. For starters, whey and organic whey protein is a more complete protein, containing optimal levels of all 9 essential amino acids─which must be consumed in your diet as you body can't make them. These are histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine.

Soy protein is limiting in the essential amino acid methionine, which has many important functions in your body. Whey also has a greater biological value (BV) than soy, which is a measure of how much protein is actually absorbed into your body's tissues.1 For example, soy has a BV score of 74, whereas whey protein comes in at 104.2 Soy is also among the nine most common food allergens afflicting Americans, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.3

What form of whey protein is used?

Whey protein typically comes in three major forms: concentrate, hydrolysate, and isolate:

  • Whey protein concentrate contains some fat and cholesterol, and a fair amount of carbohydrates in the form of lactose, varying by brand. Concentrate ranges anywhere from 29%–89% protein by weight.
  • Whey protein hydrolysate consists of pre-digested, partially hydrolyzed whey protein. It generally costs more than other forms and can be bitter tasting.4
  • Whey protein isolate─which is carefully filtered to remove the fat and lactose while retaining the pure amino acids─is arguably the cleanest, least allergenic, most palatable form of whey protein. Additionally, it's extremely rich in protein: 90% or more by weight.

How high is the sugar content?

If your protein powder is to be a healthy food staple, cheap, fattening fillers like sugar should be avoided. Read the nutritional facts label carefully. Sugar comes in many forms, such as sucrose, high fructose corn syrup, fructose, dextrose, glucose, and lactose─milk sugar. Note how many sugar grams you get per serving. Aim for 1 gram or less, and be sure total carbohydrates are no more than 3-4 grams per serving.

Is it naturally sweetened?

While most forms of protein powder contain some type of sweetener, make sure the one you select offers a natural form. Commonly used sugar alcohols─such as sorbitol, mannitol, malitol, and xylitol─can cause stomach upset for many people. Other sugar substitutes─like aspartame, sucralose, acesulfame-K, and saccharin may pose serious health risks. All chemical sweeteners should be avoided, especially for daily consumption.

Does it contain fat or cholesterol?

The best whey protein powders utilize 100% whey protein isolate, which is virtually free of cholesterol, fat and lactose. If your protein powder does list fat in the ingredients, be sure it's no more than 2 grams per serving.

Is it gluten-free?

Nearly 15% of people have an allergy or intolerance to gluten─a component of many grains and flour. Avoiding gluten can be difficult, as it is hidden in many foods, including some protein powders. In 2006, the FDA required food labels to clearly state the 8 main allergens: wheat, eggs, peanuts, milk, soy, fish, shellfish, and tree nuts. While this is helpful, listing gluten specifically is still not mandatory, so be sure the product you select has "gluten-free" on the label.

Q. How much protein do you need daily to optimize your health and energy?
Protein is a vital building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. It's classified as a "macronutrient," meaning that the body needs relatively large amounts of it, however unlike fats and carbs, our bodies can't store protein. This means that every cell in your body depends on the protein you consume on a daily basis to perform optimally. So how much do you need?

Many Americans consume too little protein. Daily needs range from .8 grams per pound of body weight to 1.5 grams or more─depending on your activity level, and fitness and/or weight loss goals. Pregnant women, nursing mothers, and children should ideally consume 1 gram per pound daily. The best protein sources overall are whey protein powder, egg whites, seafood, turkey, chicken, lean meats, and non-fat dairy products like plain yogurt and cottage cheese.

One level scoop of EnergyFirst ProEnergy whey protein powder contains 19 grams of exceedingly well-absorbed, high-quality protein. A regular serving size is 2 scoops.

1 Journal of Sports Science and Medicine (2004) 3, 118-130
2 U.S Dairy Export Council, Reference Manual for U.S. Whey Products 2nd Edition, 1999 and Sarwar, 1997.
3 "Allergy Facts and Figures," Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America
4 Trends in Food Science & Technology 13 (5): 151–9. doi:10.1016/S0924-2244(02)00111-5.

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Advocare 1 pouch = 50g 14 3g 24g 40mg Yes Yes No Whey Concentrate 12g $39.95 $2.85 No No
Beach Body Whey Protein 1 scoop = 28.5g 30 2g 18g 35mg Yes Yes No Whey Concentrate 3g $39.95 $1.33 No No
Body by Vi/Visalus/
2 scoops 30 1g 12g 15mg Yes Yes No Soy Isolate, Hydrolysate, Whey Concentrate <1g $45.00 $1.50 No No
GNC Pro Performance 1 scoop = 29g 31 1g 20g 40mg No Yes No Whey Concentrate, Hydrolysate, Whey Isolate 2g $39.99 $1.29 No No
GNC Pro Performance Whey Isolate 28 1 scoop = 36g 25 .5g 28g 5mg Yes Yes No-Ion Exchange Whey Protein Isolate 2g $47.99 $1.92 No No
Jay Robb 1 scoop = 30g 23 0g 25g 0g No No Yes Whey Protein Isolate 0g $43.76 $1.90 Yes Yes
Medifast 1 packet = 28g 7 0.5g 11g 0mg Yes Yes No Soy Protein Isolate, Milk Protein Isolate 9 $16.50 $2.36 No No
Mercola Miracle Whey 2 scoops = 40g 11 2g 32g 90mg No No No Whey Concentrate 2 $29.97 $2.72 Yes Yes
Mercola Pro-Optimal Whey 1 scoop = 30g 18 2g 17g 20mg No No No Whey Concentrate 2 $41.17 $2.29 Yes Yes
Muscle & Strength Isofuel 1 scoop = 28.4g 32 0g 25g 1mg Yes Yes No Whey Protein Isolate 0g $54.99 $1.72 No No
Myotein 2 scoops = 38g 30 1g 26g 27mg Yes Yes No Concentrate/Isolate/ Casein/Hydrolysate 3g $59.95 $2.00 No No
NOW Foods Whey Protein 2 scoops = 62g 13 0.6g 50g 9mg No No No Whey Concentrate 5g $30.99 $2.38 No No
ProGrade 2 scoops = 32.5g 15 1g 24g 29.5mg No No No Whey Concentrate 1g $39.95 $2.66 No No
Shakeology 1 scoop = 48g 30 1g 18g 15mg No No No Whey Isolate 9g $119.95 $4.00 No No
True Athlete Natural Whey Protein 2 scoops = 29g 39 2.5g 20g 65mg Yes Yes No Whey Concentrate 2g $39.99 $1.03 No No
Unjury Whey Protein Vanilla 1 scoop = 27g 17 0g 20g 0g Yes Yes No Whey Protein Isolate 4g $22.95 $1.35 No No
Vital Whey 1 scoop = 20g 30 1g 15g 19mg No No No Whey Concentrate 2g $49.95 $1.67 Yes Yes
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1 scoop of ProEnergy Chocolate Whey Protein Powder
1- 1 1/2 cups of pure water or skim milk
1/4-1/2 cup frozen strawberries
Add ice for extra thickness
Optional: 1 scoop Greenergy
Optional: 1/4 cup of OmegaEnergy Mix or 1 tbsp of OmegaEnergy Oil
192 Calories
40g Protein
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1 to 2 scoops of ProEnergy Chocolate Whey Protein Powder
1-1 1/2 cups of pure water or skim milk
1/2 frozen banana
1 tablespoon of raw cashew butter
Add ice for extra thickness
Optional: 1 scoop Greenergy
Optional: 1/4 cup of OmegaEnergy Mix or 1 tbsp of OmegaEnergy Oil
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