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12/08/2010 - Soy Vs. Whey Protein

There’s a lot of information about there – good and bad – about the differences between soy protein and whey protein. If you’re confused, you’re not alone! I’m here today to set the record straight.

So, how does whey protein differ from soy? First of all, pure BiPro whey protein isolate is considered to be the most nutritionally complete protein available. It naturally contains abundant amounts of all the essential amino acids. BiPro has also been shown to increase levels of the anti-oxidant glutathione, which is required by the body to maintain a healthy immune system. When compared to soy protein, BiPro has higher levels of the branched-chain (BCAAs) amino acids needed by athletes. The body needs increased amounts of BCAAs after a strenuous workout or competition. Whey protein effectively fills that demand.

Another big difference is that BiPro has a more neutral taste than soy protein and does not leave an after-taste or off-taste in the foods and beverages with which you mix it. Perhaps the most important difference is that whey protein does not contain soy isoflavones that potentially have adverse hormonal effects.

Experts agree that healthy diets should regularly include high quality, low fat sources of protein, like whey. To maintain optimal health, use BiPro daily to meet your daily recommended protein intake. Now you know!

 

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Happy December everyone! Make it a PINK CHRISTMAS!

Hugs,
BiProUSAGirl



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