Whey Protein

Whey Protein

Whey Protein

Whey Protein is a delicious shake that helps you meet your protein needs. Made with the finest quality whey protein from the milk of cows that graze on pesticide-free, non-GMO grass pastures in New Zealand.

  • Complete protein source

  • Great tasting chocolate and vanilla flavors

  • No artificial ingredients

  • Naturally sweetened

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  • Meets all essential amino acid requirements for muscle growth and development.

  • Dissolves more easily in water than most whey powders

  • Supports healthy body composition and promotes satiety (fullness)

Suggested Use

Mix 30 grams (approximately one scoop) in 8 ounces of water or any other beverage per day, or as directed by your health-care practitioner.

Product Facts

  • 20g of high nutritional quality protein per serving

  • Rich source of the branched chain amino acid leucine (for muscle-building)

  • Good source of calcium

  • Formulated to blend into a smooth and tasty drink with minimal foaming

  • Naturally sweetened with monk fruit (luo han guo) and stevia

  • Free from gluten, soy, sucrose, and fructose. 

  • Suitable for vegetarians

Why Dr. Ruscio, DC Recommends it

  • Whey protein is the gold standard protein supplement for those who can tolerate milk proteins.
  • Ideal to boost protein intake at breakfast, or before/after a workout.

  • Good choice for older people seeking to maintain muscle mass. 

  • The complete blend of amino acids in Whey Protein helps to manufacture enzymes, hormones, and antibodies. 

  • Also rich in cysteine, which helps create the important antioxidant glutathione. 

  • Many people find whey protein can help them with controlling their weight and blood sugar fluctuations.

What the Research Shows

  • Whey protein supplementation used alongside resistance exercise is associated with greater muscle gains, and more significant body fat loss (3) (4) .

  • Supplementing with whey protein lowered blood pressure in overweight individuals (systolic blood pressure dropped by 4%) (5) .

  • Consuming whey protein with a carbohydrate-rich meal helped moderate blood sugar in people with and without type 2 diabetes (6)

  • A 2020 randomized controlled trial including 30 men of various ages found that whey protein isolate was beneficial for managing appetite, calorie burning, and food intake (1).

How to Use it

Combine with weight training

Use Whey Protein to maximise the benefits of resistance training

To improve body composition

A daily whey supplement can help improve your body’s lean to fat ratio

As a high protein breakfast

Stimulate muscle protein synthesis and help prime your muscles for the day

What's Inside?

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is protein so vital?

Protein has many vital functions. It’s the main structural component of muscles, bones, hair, skin, nails, tendons, ligaments, and blood vessels. Insulin, human growth hormone, and many other hormones are also made from protein, as are the digestive enzymes that help break down food. Our bodies have no way of storing protein, so we must obtain it daily from our diet.

Is whey protein complete?

Yes, it is considered a complete protein, as it contains an optimal balance of all the essential amino acids, which are those that cannot be made by the body and must be obtained through the diet. Whey protein also contains a high amount of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) including leucine, which is a key muscle-building amino acid.

What's the best time of day to take Whey Protein?

You should spread out your protein throughout the day. However, getting a good intake of protein first thing in the morning is important for maximizing muscle mass, so topping up with a serving of Whey Protein for breakfast can be a good idea.

Do we need more protein with age?

Yes, age increases the requirement for dietary protein and the essential amino acids. As you age it is a nutrient that really needs to be prioritized.

What’s a good protein intake and how much can Whey Protein contribute to this?

In this podcast episode, Dr. Gabrielle Lyon recommends one gram per pound of (ideal) body weight. In other words if you are 120 pounds and that’s your ideal body weight, 120g protein a day is about what you should consume daily. That can be hard to get from just food, so a serving of Whey Protein provides 20g per serving to help you meet your needs.