define[whey] is the very definition of what an economic 100% whey protein supplement should be.
define[whey] is Cold-Temperature Processed and Naturally Filtered when produced. This makes it as bio-available and as nutritious as possible because it’s never overheated or over processed. In addition to being Cold-Temperature Processed and Naturally filtered, define[whey] uses WPC80 for its Whey Protein Concentrate source. WPC80 means that the Whey Protein Concentrate has to have 80% of the lactose and fat removed from it.This is the highest quality of Whey Protein Concentrate available.
The combination of its Cold-Temperature Processing, Natural Filtration, and Whey Protein Concentrate being WPC80 allows define[whey] to reach its full potential in anabolic nutrition while maintaining the most economical price tag possible. By taking define[whey] you can reach your full potential as well.
✔️ 100% Whey Protein.
✔️24g of protein per serving.
✔️ 70 servings.
✔️ Cold Temperature Processed Whey Concentrate & Whey Isolate.
Why 100% Whey Protein?100% Whey protein is the most beneficial protein to supplement in your diet. It has an abundant amount of essential amino acids (the amino acids that your body can’t produce on its own), which means it is able to effectively activate an anabolic (muscle building) state in your body. Proteins that don’t have as many of these essential amino acids, don’t do as good of a job activating the anabolic state and some proteins, like those found in plants, don’t have enough essential amino acids to activate the anabolic state at all. Whey protein comes in two forms, Whey Protein Isolate and Whey Protein Concentrate. Whey Protein Isolate must have at least 90% of the lactose and fat removed, whereas Whey Protein Concentrate only has to have 55-80% of the lactose and fat removed. The more the lactose and fat are removed, the purer and better quality the whey protein is. You can use whey protein as a supplement in your diet to help stimulate muscle growth and ensure that you get in enough essential amino acids throughout the day.