Raw whey protein and how to use it

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Raw supplement protein powder does not have harmful effects on the body, becoming one of the most popular products in the health market. Raw whey protein is safer to drink regularly and best for people of all ages and populations. Each person male or female can benefit from the essential nutrient that comes from raw whey protein. It does not contain harmful substances or preservatives that can cause unwanted health risks.

Quality raw whey protein product features amino acid complex and nitrogen substances to help strengthen the body. Amino acids and nitrogen substances is the body’s building blocks to increase muscle growth and muscle repair. Compared to average types of protein products, raw whey protein supplements present quality and natural ingredients.

With amino acids, the body can achieve proper muscle growth and fast repair because of raw natural ingredients and quality protein which the body consumes. Because raw protein comes from natural whey, the body does not find any discomfort that can affect the digestive system in anyway, therefore natural raw whey protein is the best protein source on the market.

Reasons to choose raw protein

Creating your very own smoothies and shakes:
Using unflavoured whey protein powder allows you to create anything when it comes to flavouring breakfast yogurts, smoothies, post-workout protein shakes, daytime snacks and even a bed time meal. Add flavour with cocoa powder, stevia or xylitol. There’s no end to the flavours you can create when you start off with unflavoured protein powder.

If you can’t commit to a flavour:
Add some stevia, fruit, berries or cocoa just to your shake or smoothie, create your own flavour every time you make your own protein shake.

Recipe: Protein pancakes

Is meal which feels like a total cheat, but can be made to fit almost any diet, There are a variety of ways to make protein pancakes, from carb-free versions to higher calorie containing recipes.

Try this.


  • 1-cup liquid egg whites
  • 1/2 cup whey concentrate protein powder or micellar casein (your favourite flavour)
  • 1/4 cup rolled oats, quick oats or superfine oats
  • 2 tablespoons pureed/canned pumpkin or half a banana
  • 2 teaspoons coconut flour or almond flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
Liquid flavour drops to suit your taste



Heat some coconut oil in a heavy pan, pour the mixture in (either as one big pancake, or as several little ones), wait until the edges are bubbling, then flip to cook the other side.

Eat as they are, or top with berries, nuts, nut butter, Greek yoghurt, cottage cheese, heavy cream, sliced banana, honey or whatever suits you.


Author: Walter Garner

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