Pure Whey Protein™ and INFORMED WHEY®
Both are very similar products in the fact that they both offer 100% whey protein with no additional fat or carbohydrates added to the mix – the only carbohydrates come from the lactose derived from the whey.
But what are the differences?
|INFORMED WHEY®||Pure Whey Protein™|
|Source of protein||mTOR Whey Complex – Whey Protein Isolate (65%) and Whey Protein Concentrate (35%)||100% Whey Protein Concentrate|
|Protein per serving||24.3g||22.5g – 24.2g (depending on flavour)|
|Informed Sport approved||YES||NO|
|Added active ingredients||5g Leucine and 3g Glutamine Peptides||NONE|
|Added digestive enzymes||YES||NO|
INFORMED WHEY® – as the name suggests – is part of the Pro Series™ range, meaning it is Informed Sport approved for athletes.
It also has additional active ingredients:
- Leucine and Glutamine which are essential amino acids that are important after intense exercise
- Digestive enzymes in the form of DigeZyme®
- Probiotics in the form of Lactospore®
- The unique mTOR Whey Complex offers guaranteed 81% protein and boasts an excellent amino acid profile
So to summarise, if you are looking for a pure source of protein that you will add to your foods, shakes or simply consume after exercise, Pure Whey Protein™ is the one.
If you want something that will offer that little bit more as well as being batch tested then you may want to go for INFORMED WHEY®.
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