This is a tricky subject for some people. Do you choose whey protein concentrate powder, plant-based protein or whey protein isolate?
Here are a few differences:
- Plant proteins are not as bioavailable (meaning they are not absorbed as readily) – however, they are very hypoallergenic.
- Whey Protein Concentrate is cheaper, and a less processed type of protein powder. However, it contains more lactose.
- Whey Protein Isolate is the most bioavailable and has minimal lactose. – However, it’s more processed.
*In all cases, you should be getting grass fed where possible*.
If you want to go plant-based, get Temple Nutritions Hemp Protein Powder (use code FFWL15 for 15% Off) AUS ONLY
If you want the best value, get Venom Protein’s Whey Protein Concentrate.
If you want the most bioavailable, then get IsoPure Zero Carb. (WPI is what I use)
Alternatively, you could get Perfect Keto’s Collagen Powder (which is a type of protein that is more suitable for the ketogenic diet).
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