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What are proteins?

Proteins are the macronutrient that everyone who exercises immediately thinks of. Proteins are often linked to muscle growth or recovery, but proteins also have many other functions.

The body consists largely of proteins, making adequate intake essential for our health.

For whom?

Proteins are important for everyone. They are part of a balanced and balanced diet. As described above, they are not only important for athletes but are essential for our health.

What are Whey Proteins?

Whey proteins are a collection of proteins that are created as a by-product of cheese making. To say that this is bad for you is to say that you should not eat cheese. Pure nonsense.

Whey is a quickly absorbing form of protein, making it extremely suitable during exercise, but also as a snack to easily achieve your daily protein intake.

What are the benefits of whey proteins during exercise?

  • Increased and faster protein intake
  • Stimulating muscle growth
  • Prevent muscle loss during a fat loss phase
  • Limiting fat mass during a calorie surplus

It is important to know that these effects cannot only be linked to whey proteins. Other sources also achieve this, but with whey this will be more efficient.

What shapes are there?

  • Whey Concentrate: 
    • About 80% protein
    • More carbohydrates and fats
    • More lactose
  • Whey Isolate: 
    • About 90% proteins
    • Fewer carbohydrates and fats
    • Less lactose
  • Whey Hydrolyzed:
    • About 95% protein
    • Very few carbohydrates and fats
    • More suitable for people who are sensitive to lactose
    • Disadvantage: less pleasant taste

Wat is de aanbevolen hoeveelheid?



General health

1.2 – 1.6g per kg body weight

Sports oriented

1.2 – 1.7g per kg body weight

Weight training

1.8 – 2.7g per kg body weight


0.4 – 0.6g per kg body weight per meal


1. Proteins are bad for the kidneys.

Studies have repeatedly shown that proteins have no harmful effects in people without existing kidney problems.


2. Only 30g of protein can be absorbed per meal.

All proteins are absorbed by the body. Proteins are not only used for our muscles. There are many processes in the body that require eating proteins. Is it necessary to eat a huge amount? No, of course not. The amount depends from person to person and from body to body.


Use Whey (Isolate) as a handy tool to help you achieve your daily protein intake and requirements in an easy and high-quality way.


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