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Adding protein powder to your morning smoothie sounds simple enough, right? But with so many different options to choose from, it’s worth doing some research to pick the option that’s right for you. We’re going to take a look at whey protein, which is made from cow’s milk. The curdled milk is separated into curds (which creates yogurt and cheese), and the liquid left behind is called whey. You can snag this protein in either powder or liquid form, and there are three types to choose from. First up, whey protein isolate, which undergoes a process to essentially remove all lactose and fat, making the final product 90 percent protein. This tends to be the most expensive (and premium) form of whey protein you can get. Second is whey protein concentrate, which has less protein and more carbs than whey protein isolate (about 80 percent protein). Finally, there’s whey protein hydrolysate, a more easily digestible option that’s commonly used in baby formula and supplements.
The History of BioChem
BioChem has been in the protein business for the past 15 years. It began with a single product: 100% whey, and over the years, has added sugar-free whey, vegan proteins, organic whey, and more ingredients to help support all your fitness and lifestyle goals.
BioChem Company Mission
BioChem’s mission is to provide clean and pure whey protein from grass-fed cows. BioChem wants to make it easier than ever to incorporate protein into your diet. It often shares recipes, like morning oatmeal or post-workout shakes, with its community,.
Benefits of BioChem
BioChem’s whey is made by using a cold process, chemical-free, micro-filtration process. This treatment removes most of the lactose, cholesterol, and fat, creating a pure whey protein isolate to enjoy that’s approximately 90 percent protein. In general, whey protein is rich in amino acids, and studies have shown it to help build muscles. Here are a few other benefits of BioChem’s whey protein:
- Made using non-GMO ingredients
- Protein sourced from grass-fed cows that are rBGH & rBST free
- 100% soy-free and 99% lactose-free
- Ingredients sourced in the United States
Top BioChem Products
Get started with BioChem by choosing one of these three top products:
Vanilla Whey Protein Isolate Powder
This vanilla-flavored whey protein is made from grass-fed cows using non-GMO ingredients and delivers calcium, iron, and magnesium, among other nutrients. Add a scoop to smoothies, or even use it in baking recipes.
Natural Whey Protein Isolate Powder
Plain and simple, this whey protein isolate powder can easily be added to your favorite recipes without altering their flavor. With a whopping 20 grams of protein per serving, it will keep you full through your morning or your workout.
Chocolate Whey Protein Isolate Powder
Indulge your chocolate cravings with this fudge-flavored whey protein isolate powder. In addition to 20 grams of protein, each serving offers potassium, magnesium, iron, and calcium.
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