Whey Protein is generally accepted as the best form of protein for bodybuilding supplements, sport supplements and general fitness use. This is because of the high amino acids content of Whey protein which are the essential building blocks of muscle tissue and most parts of the human body apart from fat.  Of the two types of whey, whey protein Isolate and whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate is the purest form at around 88-90% purity when flavored, while whey protein concentrate is about 76% pure.

New studies have shown that taking a daily serve or two of protein, can help with many health conditions, dementia and alzheimers and other degenerative diseases being some that have recently been proven, and it has long been known to help with any muscle wasting diseases and recovery from injuries or operations.

Of course the most common use of whey proteins is in the bodybuilding supplement and fitness markets where it is essential to get the optimum benefit from your training sessions in both muscle growth and recovery.

Whey protein is a great way for anyone who is on a low carb diet to get the necessary protein to maintain their muscle tissue while losing fats, and also for anybody who just needs to increase their protein intake for for general health.

Whey protein is processed from the by-products (milk serums) of cheese manufacture, in factories similar to the one shown below.