Whole Milk Powder.
When it comes to fitness and nutrition, things often come and go in cycles. Many years ago, the strongmen and bodybuilders used to use kettlebells as a part of their workout routines. For decades no one even knew what a kettlebell was. In recent years kettle-bells have become the most popular way to lift weights for bodybuilders and athletes looking for a new challenge. In a similar vein, whole milk powder used to be the go-to resource for protein for strength athletes. There was no better way for the weight lifters of old to get the massive amounts of protein they needed from a quick and easy drink than to use whole milk powder.
A lot has happened in the world of nutritional science since the days of bodybuilders gulping down drinks made from whole milk powder. One thing hasn't changed, though – the fact that whole milk powder is still a great source of whey and casein protein. These are two of the most important forms of protein that you can ingest. Whey proteins are quickly absorbed and put to use by the body after a tough workout. Casein proteins are digested slower and utilized over a longer period of time than whey. Both of these types of protein are essential for good sports nutrition and both can be found, in ample supply, in whole milk powder.
Whole milk powder is a back-to-the-basics approach to total nutrition. Powdered whole milk is easy to preserve and has a long shelf life. You don't have to refridgerate whole milk powder, so it's easy to store and hold onto for long periods of time. It's also a lot easier to carry around for quick protein intake on the go.
Whole milk powders have a complete amino acid profile. All 22 of the necessary amino acids for building muscle and avoiding catabolism (muscle breakdown) are present in whole milk powder. There aren't many products on the market that can offer all 22 of the essential amino acids, but whole milk powder has them all in ample supply.
It's important to have a variety of protein sources in your every day diet. Your body needs more than one type of protein in order to respond to heavy workouts. The strength gurus of years ago may not have known all the science as to why whole milk powder was good for them, but they knew that they got great results from drinking protein drinks made from whole milk powder. Whole milk powder can be a great, economical way for your body to get all of the essential amino acids that it needs. Whole milk powder can easily be mixed with other protein powders and ingredients to make a great post-workout shake or healthy protein snack at any time of the day.
Contains 100% Whole Milk Powder
Whole milk powder ;
Add 1 scoop (Approx 30g) of Whole Milk Powder to your shake with water