Unfortunately whey protein powder is not vegan, as it's a milk byproduct of the cheese making process.
Whey protein powder can assist with muscle protein synthesis, improves strength and can even assist with weight loss.
Yes, whey protein powder is naturally gluten free, but you should also check any included additives.
No, actually whey protein powder has been shown to be helpful in reducing LDL or bad cholesterol in some studies, though the evidence is not yet conclusive.
The amount of whey protein powder you should use depends on your goals and workout routine.
Whey protein powder has been shown to be very good for those seeking weight loss.
Actually, whey protein powder can be very good for your hair! Hair is made of a very tough protein called keratin.
No, whey protein powder is not bad for you, in fact quite the opposite and have a great many health benefits including muscle development and weight loss.
Whey protein powder is widely available and the easiest to find of all protein powders.
Yes, whey protein powder generally tastes best with milk, though we suggest using a low or no-fat milk.