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Conclusion. Whey protein is a convenient and cost-effective way to increase your protein consumption, stimulate muscle protein synthesis, and maintain general health. Grass-fed dairy contains more healthy fats, fewer harmful fats, and uses no added hormones to increase milk output compared to grain-fed dairy. Grass-fed whey protein benefits include a superior fatty acid profile, compared to regular whey.

In addition to a favorable omega-6/omega-3 ratio, grass-fed whey protein also contains lower amounts of saturated fats. At the same time, it contains higher amounts of omega-3s and conjugated linoleic acids. Both regular and grass-fed whey protein can go in your protein shakes. But grass-fed is the way to go. Grass-fed whey not only packs a superior nutritional punch — beta-lactoglobulin, lactoferrin, and lysozyme — but also supports sustainable farming practices.

When shopping for grass-fed whey isolate, make sure to choose protei. It’s fairly easy to digest, too. Whey is a dairy product, but good filtered whey is 99% lactose and cholesterol free.

To know what makes whey so great, it’s important to understand a bit about protein. Protein is made up of 21 separate chemicals called amino acids. If a protein is lacking even one amino acid, it’s incomplete. However, research also shows that whey protein can have this impact directly. It can also help decrease cholesterol levels ( 36, 37 ). Grass fed whey offers many benefits, including in the areas of weight loss, muscle development, heart health and diabetes management.

Grass fed whey protein is one of the best source of undenatured protein and essential amino acids. It also provides many potent nutritional elements for better health, such as conjugated linoleic acid, immunoglobulins, lactoferrin and high levels of cysteine for glutathione production. Grass-fed whey protein has significantly higher omega-3 fatty acids as compared to whey protein that comes from grain-fed cattle, Keith Hine, MS, RD, and Senior Director of Healthcare & Sports at Orgain says. Grass-fed whey protein from New Zealand, in particular, is even higher quality.

Highest Level of Purity Our Whey Protein Isolate represents the purest and most bioavailable protein powder option available and comes from Certified Grass-Fed Dairy Cows. In addition to its delicious taste, our grass-fed whey protein powder has many health-promoting properties. Most whey proteins have all fat removed.

Grass-fed whey is healthier in the sense it contains more omega-3 fatty acids, CLA and Vitamin E, which is. When it comes to whey protein, my top choice is easily Platinum 1 Premium Hydrolyzed Grass-Fed Whey Protein Isolate, which satisfies all my requirements for a high-quality whey protein powder.

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Follow-up work by Tang and colleagues (134) showed that 10 g of EAAs provided by whey hydrolysate (a fast-acting protein) promoted markedly greater increases in mixed muscle protein synthesis after both rest and exercise compared to soy protein isolate and casein (slow-acting proteins).

“Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy” by Brad Schoenfeld
from Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy
by Brad Schoenfeld
Human Kinetics, 2020

Therefore, quickly digestible protein such as whey can stimulate rapid aminoacidemia and acute activation of protein synthetic machinery, whereas more slowly digesting protein promotes anti-catabolic effects and better net leucine balance at the whole body level [30À32].

“Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance: Muscle Building, Endurance, and Strength” by Debasis Bagchi, Sreejayan Nair, Chandan K. Sen
from Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance: Muscle Building, Endurance, and Strength
by Debasis Bagchi, Sreejayan Nair, Chandan K. Sen
Elsevier Science, 2013

The protein of choice is whey because it is rapidly absorbed and contains all the essential amino acids, as well as a high percentage of leucine and glutamine, two amino acids that are used extensively during sustained strenuous exercise.

“Nutrient Timing: The Future of Sports Nutrition” by John Ivy, Robert Portman
from Nutrient Timing: The Future of Sports Nutrition
by John Ivy, Robert Portman
Basic Health Publications, 2004

Grass-fed beef is lower in saturated fat than regular beef and, more importantly, contains higher amounts of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a type of fat that’s making headlines for its health benefits.

“The Looneyspoons Collection” by Janet Podleski, Greta Podleski
from The Looneyspoons Collection
by Janet Podleski, Greta Podleski
Hay House, 2012

However, whey protein contains a greater amount of the BCAAs leucine, isoleucine, and valine than does casein.

“Milk Proteins: From Expression to Food” by Mike Boland, Harjinder Singh, Abby Thompson
from Milk Proteins: From Expression to Food
by Mike Boland, Harjinder Singh, Abby Thompson
Elsevier Science, 2014

Collectively, this evidence suggests that EAA supplements rich in leucine, given between meals, may only be beneficial to those consuming less than or equal to the current protein RDA.

“Advances in Food and Nutrition Research” by Fidel Toldra
from Advances in Food and Nutrition Research
by Fidel Toldra
Elsevier Science & Technology, 2020

compared with dose-matched casein and soy proteins [48, 49], and it is still highly effective for stimulating muscle protein synthesis after 3–5 h postexercise [50].

“The Active Female: Health Issues Throughout the Lifespan” by Jacalyn J. RobertMcComb, Reid L. Norman, Mimi Zumwalt
from The Active Female: Health Issues Throughout the Lifespan
by Jacalyn J. RobertMcComb, Reid L. Norman, Mimi Zumwalt
Springer New York, 2014

Consuming amounts of protein in excess of 2.0 g/kg per day provides no additional benefit.

“Physiology of Sport and Exercise” by W. Larry Kenney, Jack H. Wilmore, David L. Costill
from Physiology of Sport and Exercise
by W. Larry Kenney, Jack H. Wilmore, David L. Costill
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

Although not quite Paleo, grass-fed whey protein is an excellent supplement for this purpose, as long as you are not sensitive to whey.

“The Paleo Cardiologist: The Natural Way to Heart Health” by Jack Wolfson
from The Paleo Cardiologist: The Natural Way to Heart Health
by Jack Wolfson
Morgan James Publishing, 2015

Whey-based protein formulations are higher in leucine and thus may have an anabolic advantage over soyor casein-based formulas.

“Open Abdomen: A Comprehensive Practical Manual” by Federico Coccolini, Rao Ivatury, Michael Sugrue, Luca Ansaloni
from Open Abdomen: A Comprehensive Practical Manual
by Federico Coccolini, Rao Ivatury, et. al.
Springer International Publishing, 2018

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  • Lovely Video! Sorry for butting in, I am interested in your thoughts. Have you heard the talk about Yenabriel Deadlift Smasher (should be on google have a look)? It is a great one off product for discovering a secret to skyrocketed your deadlift without the hard work. Ive heard some amazing things about it and my mate got great success with it.

  • Thomas speaks the truth!!! The happier the cow (free from CAFOs), and herds that spend their entire lives on pasture are known to produce the best amino acid profiles as well as the highest concentrations of those protein fractions that Thomas references. 99% of the products that claim to be grassfed never make mention of the source, the farm, etc.. This is because the term “grassfed” is far from regulated, thus every product claims it. AGN Roots Grassfed Whey is the ONLY brand who has certified grassfed whey from small herds who’ve spent their entire lives on pasture, certified by Informed Sport / informed Choice, and backed by the ASPCA!!! Check it out #ASPCA Shop with your heart certified brand list link below. Not to mention who recently named AGN Roots grassfed whey as the “first animal welfare certified” truly grassfed whey. Link to ASPCA Keep up the awesome videos, much appreciated by your fans!

  • Grass-fed whey concentrate is better than isolate exactly because it contains beneficial fats and other substances.

    If you’re buying a whey isolate, there’s no need to spend the extra money to buy grass-fed.

  • It was unnecessary to preface your product recommendation with ‘i dont tout products’ when you actually do tout products all the time

  • Absolute Bullshit. You talk about keeping the insulin spike to a minimal in almost all of your other videos and here you are advocating it? Regardless of how quickly it gets absorbed, it will get absorbed at some point. Whey Isolate for regular people is a waste. And not even getting into Insulin Resistance right now.

  • Well what about the fact that in N.Z, we mostly have grass fed dairy cattle, which are mostly treated more humanely than those on a feed lot, and we are not allowed to let any antibiotic milk through to the milk supply, there are huge fines for that. Doesn’t that count for something.

  • I find my life funny now cos the best whey isolate that has the best amino acid balances and priced at the cheapest is a grassfed one XD (from australia, melbourne)

  • Hey Sir. I just bought your book. Is great. I’m about to start the wholebody split program. Do you have an email in case I have a question or something. Thank You Sir!

  • Hi! Really love your channel! I was wondering what you think of garden of life Grass fed whey isolate protein sport? Is worth it? I’m a young 18 year old female and a couple of months I leave for boot camp and I’m trying to stay healthy and in shape to prepare for it and was wondering what protein powder you’d recommend?

  • Thomas I listened to your video and how you recommend isolate. the next video up in the  Q was Dr Mercola.He is adamantly against isolate and of coarse gives his reason. I follow you both and respect both of your views greatly. If you read this could you clarify this for me.

  • No thanks, that’s still ANIMAL PROTEIN. I would rather get my protein from plants. You are really promoting eating meats huh. Tsktsk,,, too bad for your followers dude.

  • I’ve about 5 different brands of whey protein and this one is by far the best quality on the market, please don’t change the process or the ingredients.

  • why not protein from plants? and why not a more fat protein if you want to loose weight, as a fatter protein will not give that huge spike

  • DrexSport, Wild Whey Protein Powder / World’s 1st Formula / 100% Organic Supplement for Men and Women / Chocolate 1kg

    Search it on amazon. Awsome.

  • I would like to ask about protein powder since I am new at this:
    -In regards of the grass-fed whey protein isolate, would this be beneficial for a person who exercises 5 times a week and would like that extra support?
    -In regards of collagen protein: as I am concerned with hair heath and joint health, I am interested to know what is the best collagen protein out there and is (Vital proteins collagen) a good source of collagen, and how is that compared to KETO COLLAGEN products)???

    lastly, if I am to take this Grass-Fed whey protein isolate(NZ company) would that counteract the effect of Collagen Protein? meaning is it too much supplements???

    Would love to hear your answer and thank you in advance

  • Hey thanx so much for recommending your choice of Whey protein isolate as it is not very easy to find one that is comes from grass fed, humanely treated cows and is sweetened with stevia as well!

  • Dr.Mercola is completely against on whey protein isolate. He strongly recommends concentrate.
    Who should we believe?
    A doctor with 30 years experience (or) a body builder with good theoretical chemical knowledge?

  • Hai I hope you give a answer.
    Iam a beginner, which protein i have to take and tell me best company. I have also another doubt, is whey protein bad for gut

  • Hello I was taking optimum nutrition gold standard whey until they changed the formula to worse, now I’m taking promix nutrition grass fed whey isolate protein and was wondering if you could give me your opinion on this product, thanks so much

  • I disagree the regular whey protein has a lot of other ingredients he didn’t say that grass fed doesn’t, the matter of the fact is anything organic is always going to be a better healthy choice than anything man made chemically, so Grass fed is the way to go

  • hi Thomas,

    I’m from Canada. doesn’t look like Antlerfarms ships here. can you please recommend a good grass-fed Protein Isolate that I can get in Canada?


  • I would absolutely love if you could make a video on the differences in taking a BCAA supplement, VS an Amino Acid supplement vs a whey protein supplement: the pros and cons of each and which is most beneficial for a muscle/strength building workout routine!

  • But isn’t the term “grass fed” not a regulated term so if a Cow eats grass, they can just label it grass fed even if they feed is soy, corn, wheat? So you do have to find an organic grass fed whey isolate or trust that the brand is reputable.

  • How can you proof that it is grass fed protein when it is made/produced in secret lab? Label on the bottle/jar is not enough proof.

  • Whey protien concentrate works for me. I dont have a problem with lactose or any of that crud so i am gaining muscle, trimming fat and feeling good. I also don’t worry about cancer and all that jazz cuz death is a certainty no matter what you do and there is a study out there to say everything from smoking to masturbation causes cancer so i pay pretty much NO attention to all that nonsense. Live life, fuck “facts”.

  • Are there antibiotics, growth hormone and/or steroid hormones in your whey protein?

    Is “Organic Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder” Superior?

  • From the shopping I’ve done Stevia sweetened or protein is so much more expensive than your usual whey protein. It’s like come on Stevia isn’t THAT expensive.

  • What about all the antibiotics in the big farms vs grass fed? The close proximity of the cattle tend to bread bacteria thus the need for drugs to combat this. The issue I see is how much antibiotics are in the big name whey proteins vs grass fed proteins?
    If there are non or the same amount, then the $ factor is a non issue.

  • but really how do we even afford all the organic grass-fed non-gmo stuff lol. especially if the demand starts rising for it. How will they mass produce this lol

  • This is bro science at it’s best. Even in isolate, the antibiotics that are given are filtered out. There is no benefit to grass fed protein powders, only grass fed beef sees the benefits being touted here.

  • Antibiotics are not stored in protein. This whole video is based on guessing with poorly evidence rather hypothesis then evidence I would say.

  • Total bullshit! I bet you if this was the other way around and you was selling grass fed whey instead garbage whey, you would be saying the total opposite. Are you also going to say that steak from grass fed cows is the same as steak from a factory farmed cows that are fed nothing but gmo corn and soy? Antiboitics are used because factory farmed cows are sick. You rarely have antibiotic being administered to grass fed cows because they get sunshine and eat their natural diet. How about free range chicken and eggs, are they the same also? I understand that you’re trying to push a product but to say that the two whey products are basically the same is nonsense.

  • Are there antibiotics, growth hormone and/or steroid hormones in your whey protein?

    Is “Organic Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder” Superior?

  • If most reputable company’s reject milk with antibiotics then why don’t they disclose that? Or have certificates of third parties lab testing done? I don’t see optimum nutrition or dymatize doing that.

  • thanks for very informative video as usual you’re doing great job but can explain how exactly grass fed isolate is better? don’t we have pretty much pure protein without any junk in high quality isolate? I used to think that it matters in concentrate protein where they don’t filter out everything. I’m all for hight quality but don’t want to pay for something that doesn’t really do anything, because it’s not even there.

  • My favorite natural protein powder brand is and has like one carb per serving. If you get it get the Chocolate peanut butter flavor it’s da beeest ��

  • I went and bought that protein after watching this video and it Is AWESOME!! Worth every penny. Delicious and feels great going down as well as helping me recover. Thanks Thomas!

  • Lets also not forget that “organic” is just a term, it’s not a certificate that is only allowed by a regulating organisation. Biologic/organic/natural etc. on most American food is often just a hoax. The FDA doesn’t control that at all (the FDA had it’s budget cut several times the last 20 years). The only way you know something is grown without growth factors, pesticides etc. is to either grow it yourself or buy it at a local farm that allows you to check around in their facility.

  • If you’re not aware Junior ANY thing grass fed is good for you be it milk, beef, etc. The major benefit is grass fed beef and milk contain CLA which burns fat. Grain fed does not produce this huge benefit.

  • Dr. Jim Stoppani explains better. Since all the nutrients have been removed except the simplest protein, the -ves don’t apply! But he emphasises on grass fed food

  • Companies are now including stevia sweetener in their protein for those who can’t spend tons of money on the super high quality ultimate badass master whey protein available. Dymatize from Costco’s website you can get the bag pretty cheap.

  • I would absolutely love if you could make a video on the differences in taking a BCAA supplement, VS an Amino Acid supplement vs a whey protein supplement: the pros and cons of each and which is most beneficial for a muscle/strength building workout routine!

  • Honestly (and I know people are not going to drink something that tastes like trash) we need to stand back and actually think on why is it that we are using the protein in the first place.. Is it to have something good to drink and who cares about whats in it? Or is it actually doing what the product should be doing which is support muscle repair and growth? I myself opt for option number two. As a child most of us hated some if not all vegetables but when we grow up we find out the health benefits and learn to like or at least deal with them for the added health benefits and this is how i look at supplements in general. Long story short (too late) If you want something that just tastes good and who cares about everything else buy the protein that tastes the best and feel good about yourself that you are taking a protein, go you! If you want the very best results do your research. I have done mine and here is what i like

  • This guy looks like a shriveled up penis.. why would anyone take advice from this loser? I def dont wsnt to look like him. Bad hair genes.. bad eye genes.. bad skin genes.. covered in ink..������ geez

  • Vegan Gains already destroyed u. Plus whey protein raises IGF-1 levels which contributes to cancer cell growth. You dumb bald fuck you are killing people with your bullshit supplements. And grass fed isnt any ethical than the usual shit you idiot.

  • Then why do some protein powders have higher heavy metals and why do some people tolerate some brands while intolerant of others? I think the term grass fed in unregulated, but organic I assume would mean that the cows are not treated with antibiotics and steroids….does filtration eliminate the effects of antibiotics and steroids?

  • But dont pay a fortune for a couple of lbs of organic chicken breast when you can get the same quality from the regular supermarket. As long as everyone demands good food there is no reason why we cant all have everything be natural/organic and have this be the standard eventually.

  • Hi Jim, I’m Farid from Lima Peru. I disagree with you on several things. first of all people who use grass fed protein unflavored, without added sugar, without rBGH, not gmo and other things, it does for these reasons:
    1. are lactose intolerant
    2. Sucralose, aspartament or any derivative of sugar causes the insulin to rise.
    3. If we compare some of the available whey protein, such as Optimum Nutrition, Muscle Tech among other brands vs natural and grassfed we see that people do not experience bloating, or stop losing weight, insulin rises, etc.
    I think that brands like muscle tech, optimum nutrition, dymatize, among others sell proteins with bad filtration processes, besides being a product that come from industrial cows, which are full of hormones and give them another type of food.
    So before saying that it is not worth buying grass fed protein think well about the benefits and think that not everyone likes the current proteins of the market.
    Ps: The problem is that these brands sell a lot of publicity and lie in many things when it comes to selling your product.

  • Do you have any recommendations for ones that are really tasty. I have this paleo protein from Julian bakery which is really amazing considering the Ingredients but not as tasty as Quest type protein powders. I’m doing a similar program as someone who is doing a bikini competition and I need to make sure I get my protein and don’t get sick of it. Paleo protein is great for my autoimmune disorder but I think I need more of a treat sometime and I’m looking for grass fed protein powders now.

    Any recommendations are super appreciated!

  • Guys I advise you to research this area as you will find that grass fed protein will give you much higher benefits than ordinary protein. These cows are happier cows so less stressed ( something that can transfer to us…..surely we all need less stress nowadays). Less antibiotics and definitely no artificial ingredients. As much as I love Jym protein I can say that grass fed whey is far superior and worth the extra cost

  • Can’t take this dude seriously anymore. First and foremost, whey isolate is so heavily processed and filtered, it doesn’t matter anymore if it’s grass fed, organic or whatever. Because very little is left after processing. It’s just a bunch of isolated amino acids, that’s it.

  • Can you please do a video on Greek Yogurt? Is it good or bad? It is dairy, and it is casein protein, right? You have no videos on greek yogurt and your information is scattered. I’ve been asking for this one for a while. I know there are different kinds too like Skyr, grassfed and non-grassed. Please do a video on this, thank you.

  • Thanks Thomas I was looking for a good grass feed Whey protein sweeting with Stevia. What do you think of Natural Force Organic Whey Protein Powder?

  • When I purchase a product, I read the label for ingredients.

    I do not want additional ingredients, especially, if the ingredients, are not naturally found in the original food source, in nature.

    The debate will continue, between organic, and grass-fed, versus, non-organic, non-grass-fed.

    Food production and supplementation, are “for profit,” business industries.

    Then there is the question, whether a person can truly believe/trust, any labels, ingredients’ lists, etc?

    Eating whole foods, sourced locally, from producers, you can visit, and trust, are the best option.

    Protein powder is a supplement, intended to increase protein intake, and ultimately, absorption, to achieve, your goals.

    Live Well!

  • Good info, the organic difference is not really something that will make a major difference in your body, its a marketing tactic to sell to the organic dip shit crowd who likes to waist their cash shopping at wholefoods aka wholepaycheck regularly since they think they’re gona live longer from that. You can still be selective in getting quality food & staying away from pesticide or hormone filled stuff but thats were being educated on what you select comes in. Investigate brands,etc.

  • I was informed that antibiotics is removed during the cooking process for many meats. It is products like cheese, milk, butters, etc that are bit more of a concern.

  • Cool advice bro!
    I try to avoid most dairy yo have good skin. Can you do a video on DAIRY AND HOW IT AFFECTS YOUR SKIN. or just skin in general?

  • Ok but in tye ingredients they add all kind of shit in almost all protien like soy gom s lecithin flavers it’s not tye milk am worry about from tye cow ther is only one clean protien I found in USA is called wonder whey is clean has nothing in t pure my second best one is from muscle feast

  • Its not just that, the quality of inferior proteins taste like shit. The more natural, organic, grassfed, non gmo, etc… these things are the better they taste. Want to be proved wrong? Go buy a supermarket SKINLESS chicken breast then buy the organic non gmo SKINLESS one in whole foods. Tell me there is no difference in taste. Ok… well thats for me. You guys do whatever you want.

  • It gets confusing when you have to people who you do not only listen to but trust and they say the exact opposite thing. Mercola warns never to use Whey Isolates. Here’s the link;

  • Ingesting organic grass fed beef on the other hand is actually very beneficial versus eating your off the shelf super market beef (or any meat for that matter).

  • It might be true for Whey Isolate powders but definitely not for more pure and natural form of Whey which is Whey Concentrate powders and you know it but don’t talk about it cause you don’t sell those. Classic.

  • farout that’s $59 NZ dollars which is like $54-55 AUD for 900g… i can get 5kg for $99 at Blackbelt protein, that stuff is grass fed too just that its sweetened with sucralose

  • What you don’t get with organic grass feed is glyphosate contamination. Also with no grain feeding (soy) you don’t get animal fat and proteins synthesized from non optimal soy proteins. Dissagree if you like that’s fine, but just look at good quality grass feed fat in beef vs grain finished. There is a difference in taste, color, and chewyness. The toughness people complain regarding grassfeed is from over cooking the beef. Grass feed is best served medium to rare or almost raw with just an outer layer seer. We need some credible research to look at grass feed milk proteins to determin if the soy feed is effecting the protein synthesis. I’m not waiting for the results I will buy organic grass feed just in case. Also I do not support the cafo animal production model so I’m voting with my dollar for better animal husbandry.

  • Hi Dr. Jim, I’m from Brazil and I’m a big fan of your products, especially Pro JYM.
    I found out that mixturing Pro JYM with unflavored greek yogurt makes it delicious!
    The one I’m mixturing with is made of milk, milk cream and yogurt culture (no added sugars) and has the following nutrition facts per serving (200g):
    Carbohydrates: 9g
    Proteins: 19g
    Total fat: 8g
    Saturated fat: 4g
    Trans/mono/poli fats: 0g
    Sodium 120mg
    Calcium 200mg
    MY QUESTION: Can the mixture (greek yogurt and Pro JYM) jeopardize the protein absortion that was devised for your protein powder? I’m not a big fan of shakes, and due to the high protein concentration of the yogurt along with the calcium, I thought it would be a good idea to combine them.
    Thank you in advance!

  • Thanks for posting this on YouTube because that way I can turn on the Automatic Captions options:) I have a question about protein and milk. I can’t afford the protein mixes and they don’t seem to agree with my stomach anymore (Even ProJYM which i used for years and I won’t go into the details.) But does 1 percent milk give me enough protein if I drink 2 cups each time I need it instead of protein powder? I can only afford cheaper brands too like Shamrock Farms mmm on the Go Family size milk but it seems 1% is 1/2 the fat of 2% which is 38% less fat than Whole milk. (they only cost me about 2.20 a gallon compared to Horizons Organic milk which costs 8 dollars a gallon too much for me) Am I wasting my time with 1% if I want just the protein and not worried about the fat or should I bump up to 2% and get the benefits of the fat too for fat loss? I drink about a gallon a week. Thanks

  • I recently began using natural raw honey with my morning glass of lemon/cinnamon water. I’d love if ya could do a video on the pros and cons of consuming natural raw honey, bee pollen, honeycomb, and propolis Thomas:)

  • Cheers for the Video! Excuse me for butting in, I would appreciate your thoughts. Have you researched Chireetler Immediate Muscle Rule (just google it)? It is a great one of a kind product for learning some fast muscle building techniques without the headache. Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my mate got great success with it.

  • Hi Thomas, if you or someone here could please compare Goat Vs Cow whey protein. The differences between the two both in the isolate and concentrate form? As well as any differences in overall quality between the two. Many thanks for the passion and quality contained in your videos.

  • Considering that the regular whey protein and dairy products have a connection to prostate disease and cancer, the way to assess using either product might be, do I want to spend the extra money now on the grass-fed whey protein, or do I want to risk spending it to repair my prostate later?

  • Grass-fed whey and regular whey are 99.99 percent chemically the same. The only real thing you pay extra for when getting grass-fed products is the fat, which is drastically different in conventional dairy/beef products. The lean protein content is essentially the same