Native Whey Protein Concentrate 5 lbs


Better Than Regular Whey Protein

Extracted directly from fresh milk
• Pasture grazing incentivized milk
• Guaranteed native protein
• Less processed
• Purified through Ceramic Micro Filtration
Scientifically tested
• Whey Native results in fast increase of plasma
amino acid concentration (figure 1)3
• Native whey is proven to result in a higher leucine
concentration when compared to other whey

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Product Description

If you want to increase the quality of your whey protein now’s your chance.  Factually, native whey protein is better than whey protein from cheese.


Our Native Whey Concentrate is a premium quality whey protein extracted straight from milk resulting in a pure and natural protein source. The nativity of the product is guaranteed because it is purified through Ceramic Micro Filtration. Backed up by research the product is showing a high nutritional value of leucine (>14% than standard cheese whey) which makes it easier to reach required leucine levels for optimal muscle protein synthesis. Native Whey Concentrate has a neutral clean taste and consistent mixability.


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How does Our Whey Native’ differ from standard whey proteins?

Most whey proteins undergo significant processing, starting with cheese whey as raw material, processing involves a pasteurization step that disrupts the milk protein structure and amino acid matrix in the final product. By contrast, Native whey protein is derived directly from fresh raw milk, with minimal processing and ceramic micro-filtration as purification, preserving the pure native proteins found in milk. So the final whey protein will stay in the original intact form found in fresh milk. This native whey is unique in using this state of the art ceramic technology to produce their native whey proteins.

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native whey protein concentrate

2. Nutrition Insights: Performance Nutrition, Mintel, May 2017
3. Boirie, Y. et al. Slow and fast dietary proteins differently modulate
postprandial protein accretion. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 94, 14930–14935
4. Hamarsland, H. et al. Native whey induces higher and faster leucinemia
than other whey protein supplements and milk: a randomized controlled
trial. BMC Nutr. 3, 10 (2017)