Originally Answered: Is "Whey protein light" from "Protein Factory" a good product ("The First Whey Protein Isolate for Fat Loss")?
You are definately on the right track with Whey Protein Isolate but I wouldn't buy "Whey Protein Light" due to the fat loss claim. It isn't a bad product but its the same amount of calories, fat, carbs and protein as many similar whey protein isolate products and the ingredients are just average.
It won't hurt an eating & exercise program designed to loose fat as it does curb the appetite but one of the real appeals of whey protein isolate is that it provides the body with the necessary building blocks to produce amino acids that are used for building muscle tissue.
(It helps to know your daily protein needs based on your weight and activity level)
Compare the "Whey Protein Light" to a similar product:
BRAND: Whey Protein Light (2.5 lb) :
Hydrolyzed Whey Isoplate, Cocoa, Malted Milk Powder, Sucralose
And check the nutrition profile:
(It doesn't break down the amino acid profile.)
Random search on same web site:
(Slight difference in size)
BRAND: Syntrax Essence (2.03 Lbs)
Protein Blend [Dairy Proteins (Whey Protein Isolate*, Milk Protein Isolate**, Soy Protein Isolate***, Hydrolyzed Wheat Gluten****], Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder, Natural And Artificial Flavors, Lecithin, Salt, Acesulfame-K, Sucralose
* A Milk-Derived Protein; Promina™ Brand; Ultraflitered And Undenatured; Includes Beta Lactoglobulib, Alpha Lactoferrin, Glycomacropeptides, Immunoglobulin, B.s. Albumin, Protease Peptone, Lactoferrin, Lactoperoxidase.
**Ultrafiltered And Undenatured; Includes Micellar Casein
***Ultrafiltered Ad Undenatured
***Source Of Glutamine Peptides
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