Whey Isolate Vs. Whey Concentrate

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    Whey Isolate Vs. Whey Concentrate


    What would you choose and why?

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    Concentrate because it's cheaper and I don't have lactose intolerance
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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by murk01 View Post
    What. Concentrated products are out there?
    Lol notsureifsrs
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    Steak. I mean concentrated lol it's cheaper.
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    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?
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    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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    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
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    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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    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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    Concentrates also benefit from the protein fractions which are lost in processing to make isolates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LivFit
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    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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    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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    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.
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    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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    Go with whatever works for your stomach and wallet.
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    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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