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Best Grass Fed Whey Protein For 2020:
What Is Grass Fed Whey Protein?
Grass Fed Vs. Standard Whey Protein
The Benefits Of Grass Fed Whey
- Promoting muscle gain—whey protein contains all nine of the essential amino acids(those that the body cannot synthesize) which fuel muscle growth.
- Including BCAAs (branched-chain amino acids)—not only do these three amino acids promote gains—but they also kick start the body into building muscle.
- Enhancing recovery—whether the body is stressed through injury, fitness training, or illness, protein reserves can become depleted—boosting with a supplement improves recovery time.
- Strengthening the immune system.
- Providing energy (the same value as carbs).
- Increasing weight loss by inhibiting the appetite and boosting metabolism.
- Providing additional protein for those whose diet lacks this macronutrient.
- Milk from grass-fed cows contains more CLA (conjugated linoleic acid)—known toboost testosterone, elevate fat loss, and build lean muscle.
- It possesses more “healthy” fats—including omega-3, which can lower the chance of heart disease, alleviate inflammation, and reduce the risk of cancer.