Whey Protein Concentrate - Vanilla (900g)
Whey Protein Concentrate - Vanilla (900g)

Whey Protein Concentrate - Vanilla (900g)

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It’s well documented in research that in order to optimise body composition and performance an adequate protein intake is required. As coaches and sports nutritionists, what we find is that many people struggle with obtaining this intake and this is where a protein supplement can be hugely beneficial.

Our WPC uses Australian Grass Fed Whey. Australia is held in high regard when it comes to whey production. Whey Protein Concentrate is created through an extensive filtration process which means the end product has a high protein concentration and a low carbohydrate and fat content.

A common issue with protein powders is the digestive distress they cause to the user. Whilst we can't make promises, we have given the product the best chance of ensuring that it digests well by using the minimum amount of ingredients we could get away with and making sure they are all natural. WPC is also gluten free.

  • Can be used for increasing protein intake for muscle gain, fat loss and general health goals
  • Made using premium quality Australian Grass Fed Whey
  • High protein content 
  • Smooth blend and great taste
  • All Natural and 5 ingredients 
  • Gluten free

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How is WPC Made?

The process begins with the use of enzymes being added to milk to form solid curds and liquid whey. The liquid whey is removed and then undergoes micro filtration for more purification and then a portion of the fats, carbs and water are removed to improve the protein concentration. At this point you have the liquid whey that can be used to create whey protein concentrate (WPC).

The liquid whey remaining is then evaporated and dried to form a powder, ready to be mixed with our other ingredients to create the final protein supplement. 

What is the difference between WPI and WPC? 

WPI and WPC are both derived from milk. Milk consists of whey and casein, roughly 20% and 80% respectively. Both WPI and WPC have the same starting point with the major difference being the extra filtration step the WPI goes through.

In regards to the final product:

● WPC finishes with a lower protein concentration relative to WPI due to WPC having more carbs and fat. The absolute protein amount per serve is actually quite similar between both WPI and WPC. The high fat and carb content may make WPC slightly more suitable for those looking to bump up their calories.

● Due to the WPC only going through a micro filtration process the cost is slightly less than the WPI version.

● WPC will generally have a creamier and tastier blend as it has slightly more carbs, fats and lactose than the WPI.

Will WPC help me gain muscle?

By itself WPC will not do much. Where it will help you gain muscle is if it is used in conjunction with a well-balanced diet accompanied by resistance training. Muscle growth is firstly stimulated by resistance training. We then optimise this process by eating in a calorie surplus with adequate amounts of protein. WPC can therefore be incorporated into our diet to help us consume that adequate amount of protein and increase our calorie intake.

For muscle gain we recommend eating 1.6-2g per kg of body weightof protein spread evenly across 3-4 meals i.e If you are a 100kg male (let’s use 1.6g) then you could consume 160g of protein with 40g each meal over 4meals or 53g each meal over 3 meals.

Please note that these are only general recommendations.

Will WPC help with my fat loss goal?

WPC by itself won’t be the magic pill for fat loss. However,WPC is definitely a suitable supplement to incorporate in a well-balanced diet, along with a resistance training program to support fat loss.

The only way to lose fat is by being in a calorie deficit. A calorie deficit means that we are consuming less energy than our body needs to function and therefore it will obtain energy by breaking down tissue in the body. Where protein intake comes in is when we look at the difference between ‘weight loss’ and ‘fat loss’. If we go into a deficit without resistance training, we will lose weight (muscle and fat). If we go into a deficit but continue to resistance train and keep our protein intake high we will give our body every reason to retain the muscle we have previously built and focus its attention on fat tissue. 

For fat loss we recommend eating roughly 1.8-2.4g per kg of body weight of protein spread evenly across 3-4 meals. i.e If you are a 100kg male (let’s use 2g) then you could consume 200g of protein with 50g each meal over 4 meals or 67g each meal over 3 meals.

Please note that these are only general recommendations.

Why do I need protein powder?

Adequate protein intake regardless of your goal is important. Whether it be serious physique goals or just general health, protein has a role to play. What you first need to know is that our WPC has a complete amino acid profile meaning it contains all essential amino acids. This means that it can act as a direct substitute to other protein sources that are also complete proteins. So when might we recommend our WPC as part of a well balanced diet?

If you struggle to hit protein targets: Our WPC is a complete protein source. As coaches we find that many people will come to us unknowingly eating very little protein. So if you think you could be low on protein or you’re struggling to find ways to hit your protein targets then this could before you.

Convenience: We are all subject to busy times in our lives, these situations require us to sometimes grab food on the go. Unfortunately, we are usually surrounded by low quality, calorie dense foods which are hard to resist. Having a protein shake with you will mean you have a quick and easy protein source you can have by itself or to compliment another meal.

For those that don’t like to eat much meat: As mentioned above, meat is predominately the other main source that we can get a complete amino acid profile from. For some, the thought of eating meat for most of the week to hit their protein targets is off putting and this is where a protein shake can come in handy.

Can I use protein powder while pregnant or breastfeeding?

The consumption of our protein during pregnancy is not a recommendation we are willing to make. We ask that you consult with your general practitioner prior to consuming any of our products while pregnant or breastfeeding.

There is limited evidence in the area, however protein remains an important macronutrient for both mother and baby during pregnancy and breastfeeding. In terms of the recommended amount of protein to consume, this will vary between stages of your pregnancy and again we ask that you consult you GP.

In regards to the consumption of our protein during pregnancy. There are many whole food sources in which you can obtain protein.With that being said, the main concern around supplements is the extra ingredients and additives not necessarily the protein. We have taken every precaution necessary in providing a product that is all natural and with minimal ingredients.

Will our WPC cause any digestive stress or bloating?

A very common complaint amongst protein powders is the digestive distress they cause to the consumer. For that reason we wanted to create a product that addressed this issue as best we can.  The best way we could think of doing so was to use the least amount of ingredients possible, with all these ingredients being as natural as possible.

Whilst we can’t make an absolute promise that this you won’t experience digestive stress, we have done everything we can to give our products the best possible chance of sitting well with the consumer.

Where do we source of Whey?

We source our whey right here in Australia. The Australian whey industry is highly regarded as one of the top producers of whey in the world so rest assured that our WPC is a high quality supplement.