Whey Isolate Vs. Whey Concentrate

  1. Whey Isolate Vs. Whey Concentrate


    What would you choose and why?


  2. Concentrate because it's cheaper and I don't have lactose intolerance
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69
    Concentrate because it's cheaper and I don't have lactose intolerance
    What. Concentrated products are out there?
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by murk01 View Post
    What. Concentrated products are out there?
    Lol notsureifsrs
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  5. Steak. I mean concentrated lol it's cheaper.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69
    Concentrate because it's cheaper and I don't have lactose intolerance
    So you would recommend it because it's cheaper or is it better quality?

  7. Quote Originally Posted by LivFit View Post
    So you would recommend it because it's cheaper or is it better quality?
    Isolate has more protein per gram of powder and a higher biological value. If it is cold-processed via filtration, it would technically be of higher "quality" than WPC. However, there's no way I'm paying a 25% markup for 2 extra grams of protein and 2 less grams of carbs per serving
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    http://selectprotein.com/
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  8. a combination is the way to go....pure isolate protein is expensive, pure concentrate protein isn't the best quality....so go with a combination of both which most protein brands are anyway

  9. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69

    Isolate has more protein per gram of powder and a higher biological value. If it is cold-processed via filtration, it would technically be of higher "quality" than WPC. However, there's no way I'm paying a 25% markup for 2 extra grams of protein and 2 less grams of carbs per serving
    This. The benefits just don't outweigh the cost-increase for me.

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  10. Money not being a object i'd go with isolate, better bioavalibility less bloat. I believe isolate absorbs faster also. That being said I just want isolate as the main protein source and a good mix for the rest. I like ON's gold standard whey with half a scoop of casein added. I read that having varied absorption rates of protein post work can extend the anabolic window. By the way just picked up 10lbs bag of the gold standard whey for $102 shipped.
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  11. Concentrates also benefit from the protein fractions which are lost in processing to make isolates.

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  13. Quote Originally Posted by LivFit
    Beverly International Muscle Provider, *** Wheybolic Extreme 60, or ON 100% Whey Gold Standard?
    Muscle provider is good just major $$$$

    I have some synths 6 isolate on the way from the planet. Curious to see how that does. I am majorly lactose intolerant so I can't do concentrate at all
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  14. Damn 10lbs for 102, i just got 10 pounds of unflavored concentrate plus 8 pounds of combination isolate and eggwhite protein for 120 shipped. I havnt had any
    lactose problems with concentrate and i cant go near milk or i get buttpiss for days lol
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  15. Isolate is simply too expensive (most of the time) to justify a miniscule increase in protein per serving and biological value. I doubt you would ever notice any type of body composition difference when comparing the two forms.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Rhadam View Post
    Isolate is simply too expensive (most of the time) to justify a miniscule increase in protein per serving and biological value. I doubt you would ever notice any type of body composition difference when comparing the two forms.
    Thats my feelings as well. I used to always have Isoflex or VPX zer carb in my stockpile but it just got too expensive

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  17. Go with whatever works for your stomach and wallet.

  18. The only reason I use isolates when dieting is not because of the macro's, but because of the light, fruity flavors like cherry, lemonade, etc.

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