About Protein Powder

Protein powders are concentrated proteins from animal foods or plants such as milk, eggs, rice or peas. They are diverse in origin as well as composition. Each kind of protein powder has different advantages and is suitable for a particular group of users.

There are three common types of Protein Powder:

  • Protein Concentrates: Produced by extracting protein from whole foods, using heat, acids, or enzymes. It usually contains 60–80% protein; the rest 20–40% are fats and carbs.
  • Protein Isolates: Removes more fat and carbs, increases protein content with additional filtration. This form can contain about 90–95% protein.
  • Hydrolyzed Protein: Whey protein is broken down into smaller protein fragments through a process called “enzymatic hydrolysis.” It may sound complicated, but this production step facilitates more rapid digestion, fast-tracking its amino to your muscles, enhancing growth.

In addition to protein, some powders are also fortified with vitamins and minerals, especially calcium.


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