New Non-denatured whey protein concentrate from grass fed Pasture raised New Zealand cows.
Fortifeye Dark Chocolate Fudge Super Protein is a delicious creamy non denatured whey protein concentrate form grass fed New Zealand cows. More and more Doctors around the world are recommending this type of whey protein to their patients for the amazing health benefits. Whey protein isn’t just for athletes. This type of protein is for everyone at any age that wants the highest quality most bio available protein known to man. This protein helps to support muscle synthesis, endurance, strength and a strong immune system.
Increasing number of dairy cows are fed genetically modified grains in feed lots enhanced with hormones and antibiotics to increase milk production. They are also are raised in a confined area. Fortifeye Super Protein is derived from year round grass fed free range New Zealand dairy cows. This protein is free from pesticides, hormones and antibiotics. New Zealand Grass fed cows produce some of the highest quality milk, which contributes to our New Zealand whey protein concentrate.
Fortifeye Vitamins researched the best possible dairy cows to use when developing Fortifeye Super Protein, a non denatured whey protein concentrate. It was concluded that year round grass fed New Zealand dairy cows met that goal. Fortifeye Super Protein is a non denatured whey protein concentrate from grass-fed New Zealand cows. Fortifeye Super Protein is great addition for Anti-Aging regiment! This protein has an all organic flavor system, making both the chocolate and vanilla flavors delicious and ready to mix with any liquid.
An undenatured or non denatured whey protein concentrate from grass-fed New Zealand cows is significantly different from most traditional non pasture raised or partial pastured whey protein concentrates. Grass fed cows will typically have 60% or higher omega 3 content in their milk versus non grass-fed cows milk. This higher content is crucial since the typical diet is pro inflammatory and already too high in omega 6. Drinking a milk protein higher in omega 3 will promote wellness and help the body fight off inflammation. Consuming a whey protein concentrate with a higher ratio of omega 3 to omega 6 is a step in the right direction of anti aging.
Grass fed pasture raised cows are much higher in a very important fat called conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). CLA has some enormous immune system stimulating properties and positive health benefits. Studies indicate that CLA may also have some health benefits for many diseases. Grass fed pasture raised cows have up to 500% more CLA than non grass-fed cows. A bioactive non denatured whey protein concentrate like Fortifeye Super Protein is one of the best ways to stimulate the master antioxidant and detoxifier in the body called Glutathione. Non denatured means the protein has not been heated for long periods of time or altered. Fortifeye uses milk that has been pasteurized for only 15 seconds at 72 degrees celcius . Almost every protein powder you purchase today has been from cows raised in a feed lot fed GMO grains and then pasteurized for over a half hr at temperatures over 200 degrees. This is an inexpensive process that denatures the protein reducing the bio-availability of the protein. Fortifeye is one of a select group of companies that does not alter that natural bio availability thru harsh heat. The key amino acid, cysteine, combines with glutamic acid and glycine to make glutathione. Glutathione levels continuously decline as we age and Glutathione deficiencies are linked to many illnesses and diseases. Replenishing glutathione levels by consuming a whey protein concentrate is recommended by anti aging doctors all over the world.
Lactoferrin, another key immune boosting component of whey protein, is a globular glycoprotein that has many potential health benefits. New research indicates that lactoferrin may be beneficial at fighting against many pathogens. Other relatively new research indicates people with dry eyes may have lower than normal levels of lactoferrin in their tears. Dry eye treatment with lactoferrin? The future of natural dry eye treatment may involve supplementing with a good grass fed whey protein concentrate.
Whey Protein is the fastest, most bioactive form of protein known to man. Whey protein has the highest biological value (BV) of all food grade proteins at a BV of 104. Whey Protein is high in a specific amino acid called leucine, the “Mack Daddy ” amino acid for stimulating muscle synthesis. Whey protein is far superior to casein, soy or any other protein for muscle synthesis.
You can clearly see that the addition of a good non denatured grass fed whey protein concentrate may be beneficial to your overall health and help to promote a healthy immune system. Fortifeye Super Protein, combined with organic fruits and veggies, in a smoothie is a great way to start the morning. To maximize your workouts try a pre-workout drink using Fortifeye Super Protein blended with A2 cows milk, coconut milk or cashew milk, blue berries and a banana and a post recovery workout drink within 30 minutes of training would benefit from a scoop of Fortifeye Super Protein and a wedge or watermelon and some a2 chocolate milk. The ultimate post recovery drink would be one scoop of Fortifeye Super Protein and one scoop of the all new Fortifeye Fit in 10 oz of water in a shaker or quickly blended.
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Whey Protein Studies and Articles
- 10 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Whey Protein
- Effect of Whey Protein to Modulate Immune Response in Children With Atopic Asthma
- WPI- Wellness / Immune Health
- What Is Whey Protein?
- 8 Health Benefits of Whey Protein
- The Wonders of Whey Protein (pdf)
- Lactoferrin as a Natural Immune Modulator
- Emerging Health Properties of Whey Proteins and Their Clinical Implications (pdf)
- Whey Proteins and Its Impact on Human Health Nutrition: Review