If we were to ask people what they deem to be the number one sports supplement there’s a big chance most would answer “whey protein”. It’s a given fact that over the last years whey protein has sparked the interest of sportspeople across various sports fields.
Fifteen years ago, it wasn’t very common to see people having a protein shake after their workout. Today,that picture has completely changed – and for a very good reason. An increasingly number of clinical trials has highlighted the benefits of protein supplementation. Protein is not only essential for muscle building purposes but it also delivers health benefits.
Among all protein sources, whey is by and large the most researched of them all. It’s no wonder that it has become the cornerstone of one’s supplementation regardless of their sports background.
Have you ever wondered what whey protein is made of and how it is produced? In this blog post we’d like to guide you through the manufacture process of whey. In other words, we’ll let you know all steps whey protein undergoes before it turns into the finished product that you buy from our online store (Click to enlarge).