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GLOSSARY
WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE (WPI)

Whey Protein Isolate (WPI)

 

How does it work?

Whey protein is the watery portion of milk that separates from the curd during cheese making.1 Filtering the liquid portion and drying the remaining solid material creates whey protein concentrate (WPC) which contains approximately 30-80% protein.2 Filtering this WPC further then creates whey protein isolate (WPI) which is more easily absorbed in the digestive system, has more protein per unit and less fats and carbohydrates than WPC.3 Protein is essential for energy production, growth and development of muscle tissue, the immune system, and hormones,4 however whey protein specifically has shown to assist muscle protein synthesis, increase glutathione, support fat burning, boost immunity, improve insulin sensitivity and reduce appetite.5

What results can be expected?

Supplementing with whey protein isolate may assist in increasing energy production, muscle growth and fat burning in conjunction with exercise training.6 WPI may be for those needing more easily digested protein and require minimal amounts of fats and carbohydrate while obtaining higher amounts of protein per serve compared to WPC.7

1WebMD. (2009). Vitamins and Supplements – Whey Protein. Retrieved Jan 2014, from WebMD: http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-833-WHEY%20PROTEIN.aspx?activeIngredientId=833&activeIngredientName=WHEY%20PROTEIN

2Seltzer, C. (2013). Whey Concentrate vs. Isolate: What’s The Difference? Retrieved Feb 2014, from Builtlean: http://www.builtlean.com/2013/05/14/whey-concentrate-vs-isolate-whats-the-difference/

3Seltzer, C. (2013). Whey Concentrate vs. Isolate: What’s The Difference? Retrieved Feb 2014, from Builtlean: http://www.builtlean.com/2013/05/14/whey-concentrate-vs-isolate-whats-the-difference/

4Balch, P. (2006). Prescription for Nutritional Healing. Camberwell: Penguin.

5Seltzer, C. (2013). Whey Concentrate vs. Isolate: What’s The Difference? Retrieved Feb 2014, from Builtlean: http://www.builtlean.com/2013/05/14/whey-concentrate-vs-isolate-whats-the-difference/

6Seltzer, C. (2013). Whey Concentrate vs. Isolate: What’s The Difference? Retrieved Feb 2014, from Builtlean: http://www.builtlean.com/2013/05/14/whey-concentrate-vs-isolate-whats-the-difference/

7Seltzer, C. (2013). Whey Concentrate vs. Isolate: What’s The Difference? Retrieved Feb 2014, from Builtlean: http://www.builtlean.com/2013/05/14/whey-concentrate-vs-isolate-whats-the-difference/