BRONX SPORT QUATTRO 90 PLUS PROTEIN
No, the title is not to remind people about “wire-fu” or “wushu” or anything esoteric, it’s was supposed to be a reminder regarding the origins of the beneficial supplement, whey protein. In this little article, there is a great degree of speculation as to whether whey protein is in fact, better than its seemingly powerful look alike, milk. Or, is it the other way around? Exploration is needed!
All right, time to feast on some information. What is a whey protein isolate compared to milk? Well, these substances aren’t really that far off from each other. Yes, it is true. See, milk is the earliest branch of liquid substance that comes out of the cow and then, when a person decides it, is the manufacturing agent for this wondrous thing called cheese. Both are very nutritious at certain times, milk for growing babies and cheese for adults. Whey protein isolates comes from the creation of cheeses in the form of a liquid that contains the very important aspects of an amino acid. Therefore, it’s great for building muscle.
Now, what are the side effects of whey protein and milk in general? Turns out, they both have the capacity to screw up the body! See, the important thing to remember about these products—milk or whey protein—is that they are insulin spiking. Whoa! What’s this all about? It’s time to get to the crucial point, with regards to the benefits of both of these forms. These products boast a high amount of lactose generated spikes in the body which makes for a good muscle building cycle but in adults, this can be another shock to the body similar to great surges of sugar. Arnold Schwarzenegger did in fact say, “Milk is for babies.” That’s man wisdom right there.
The shocking fact about all this fuss is that most people who do take them come from the circles of babies, bodybuilders and old people—this should tell of the situation pretty clearly. The general concern for taking whey protein and their manifestations comes from a desire of growing muscles quicker without doing steroids—that’s understandable. But, the great hierarchy of muscle growth and fat loss cannot come from mere supplementation. The body is a most complicated thing and if one had the solution to everything, then there would not be a need for further research. As good as milk and whey proteins are, they are not—except for babies, bodybuilders and old people mentioned above—viable for people who can really benefit more from nature’s best goods—fruits and vegetables, meats and grains.
The dairy question has always been a controversial issue without much resolve at the end. What is clear is that milk and whey protein (cool name for mother’s milk) is for babies (and those who want to use the products for massive growth) and remains a staple for that purpose alone. There is also a need for watching out for the considerations or side effects of these things also.