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Posted on August 13 2013

 The Debate ends here

What is it the difference between the two and which one can i benefit more from?

Milk is made of two proteins, casein and whey. Whey protein can be separated from the casein in milk or formed as a by-product of cheese making.

Whey protein is considered a complete protein and contains all 9 essential amino acids and is low in lactose content.

Composition and forms of whey protein

Composition: Whey protein is a mixture of the following:

  • Beta-lactoglobulin
  • Alpha-lactalbumin
  • Bovine serum albumin
  • Immunoglobins.

There are three primary types of whey protein : whey protein concentrate (WPC), whey protein isolate (WPI), and whey protein hydrolysate (WPH):

  • Whey protein concentrate - WPC contains low levels of fat and low levels of carbohydrates (lactose). The percentage of protein in WPC depends on how concentrated it is. Lower end concentrates tend to have 30% protein and higher end up to 90%
  • Whey protein isolate - WPIs are further processed to remove all the fat and lactose. WPI is usually at least 90% protein
  • Whey protein hydrolysate - WPH is considered to be the "predigested" form of whey protein as it has already undergone partial hydrolysis - a process necessary for the body to absorb protein. WPH doesn't require as much digestion as the other two forms of whey protein. In addition, it is commonly used in medical protein supplements and infant formulas because of it's improved digestibility and reduced allergen potential.

Muscle building with whey protein

Whey protein is commonly taken to supplement resistance exercise and help build lean tissue mass.

Whey protein supplementation along with resistance exercise can help improve muscle protein synthesis and promote the growth of lean tissue mass.

A study published in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism concluded that "whey protein supplementation during resistance training offers some benefit compared to resistance training alone." In addition, "males who supplemented with whey protein had a greater relative gain in lean tissue mass."2

Much better gains in strength are associated with whey isolate supplementation compared to casein.

This was demonstrated in another study published in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, which concluded that in "two groups of matched, resistance-trained males whey isolate provided significantly greater gains in strength, lean body mass, and a decrease in fat mass3 compared to supplementation with casein during an intense 10-week resistance-training program."


However, not all Whey Protein is created equal. Read Up.



WHEY TOO BIG gives your body more BCAAs and leucine than a normal whey protein isolate. The precision blend of BCAAs added to WHEY TOO BIG were carefully formulated, as with the leucine content of whole proteins directly related to how much protein your body will infuse into muscle.

This integrated collaboration cannot be replicated by simply adding extra leucine to a whey protein isolate or any other form of protein. When it comes to increasing PERFORMANCE, speeding RECOVERY, stimulating TRUE MUSCLE building and achieving your best body composition ever, WHEY TOO BIG delivers MORE of the PERFECT SYNERGISTIC PROTEIN then any other PROTEIN on EARTH.

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EVERYONE knows that protein is key to building lean muscle mass. But what EVERYONE may not know is that not all proteins are created equal when it comes to building REAL muscle. Why? Absorption is KEY. When it comes to protein molecules, size really does matter. If it didn’t, any form of protein would accomplish the same goal—but it doesn’t.

There is virtually no absorption of peptides longer than four amino acids. However, there is abundant absorption of di- and tripeptides in the small intestine and into our blood. ONLY These small peptides are absorbed into our body are therefore actually used .

WHEY TOO BIG is specifically calibrated for fast and supreme uptake. The key to WHEY TOO BIG is that it contains top quality whey protein isolate's that have been hydrolyzed through a proprietary enzymatic process and enriched with whey. WHEY TOO BIG is the most ELITE Protein formulation available right now.

Significantly more refined than most protein molecules, WHEY TOO BIG gets into your blood stream—and into those starved muscle fibers—fast! This is especially important when your muscles are experiencing a protein deficit, such as first thing in the morning, immediately after training and any other long stretches throughout your day. Begin taking WHEY TOO BIG during these critical times and start seeing your Machine change right in front of your eyes.