How to use whey protein for weight gain means with water or with milk

At first, we will have to know 

Types of whey protein available

  • Whey protein are of three types
  • Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC)
  • Whey Protein Isolate (WPI)
  • Whey Protein Hydrolyzed (WPH)

whey protein for weight gain


The first type of whey protein i.e. Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) have low levels of carbohydrates. It can be lower as much as 30% or higher 90%.

The Second type of Whey Protein i.e. Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) are more processed than WPC (Whey Protein Concentrate) to remove all fats and lactose.

The Third type to whey protein i.e. Whey Protein Hydrolyzed (WPH), it is partly hydrolyzed. It does not need much of digestion to be absorbed by body.

Nutritional  benefits of whey protein:

Processing

Whey Isolate

Whey Concentrate

Protein

23 gram

18 gram

Carb

1 gram

3.5 gram

Fat

0 gram

1.5 gram

Lactose

Up to 1 gram

Up to 3.5 gram

Cost

Higher

Lower

 

adding milk to whey protein

Adding milk to Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) OR Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) increase the protein, carb, fat, lactose content. It increase the test in both cases ( WPC / WPI) but it damages the basic needs. Sodium level also increase and not good for Lactose Intolerant people.

Adding milk means adding carbs, saturated fats and calories too. We should keep that in mind. But it tests awesome while taking with milk.

Conclusion:

If you are lactose intolerant avoid milk. If not adding milk will not be any harm. Otherwise taking with water is a good option

 Related Topic: Which milk is best for weight loss?

 

 

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