Milk – drink, restrict or abstain?…

WOW, the milk debate is pretty huge and once you start doing your own research it seems to get more and more complicated!  Have you noticed how there are more & more ‘new’ variances of milk available today ? – I guess this is a consequence of a growing and more demanding consumer market and of course greater technology to enable us to produce these specialised options.

However it can be very confusing when popping down to your local supermarket!

Some of the options available:-

Whole milk – good range of nutrients, but tastes too ‘creamy’ for me!

Skim or semi skimmed milk – low fat, but tastes like water!

Low lactose or lactose free – good if you’re intolerant

Half fat (Lite white) – choose this if you’re calorie conscious!

Modified, may be protein enriched, high in calcium/iron, good for specific dietary requirements (eg A2, Farmers Best,Casein free)

Long Life (ultra heat treated) not the best, it will last, but enzymes are killed and it tastes terrible! drink up – press here…

ISOWHEY – What it’s doing 4 U & what sets it apart…

 

I’ve worked with IsoWhey for quite a number of years now, and can say with my hand on my heart that I love it! Hopefully if you’re reading this, you will have tried it as well and feel the same, if not you may be thinking about trying it. Now we all know that IsoWhey has proven results, it has all natural ingredients, and it tastes great. We also know that its main benefits are that it has

  • Low sugar /Low fat / Low Carb / Low cal / Low lactose
  • Gluten / casein free
  • NO artificial colours, sweeteners, flavours
  • High quality Whey protein (Isolate & Conc.)
  • Great vitamin & mineral profile press to read on…