Whey Protein, a natural by-product of cheese manufacture, is a source of high quality dairy protein. Kinetica Whey Protein is 100% natural, sourced from Irish grass-fed hormone free cows that graze in the meadows on the West Coast of Ireland. Grass-fed cows produce higher quality milk that is rich in essential amino acids. Coupled with our natural flavours you are guaranteed the highest quality and best tasting Whey Protein. We only use Whey Concentrate, Whey Isolate and Hydrolysed Whey in our products and do not add other protein sources such as pea or soya. Each product undergoes 22 overall quality checks and is batch tested within WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) Standards.
By opting for Kinetica, grass- fed Whey Protein you get the added benefits of:
Types of Whey Protein
Whey Protein Concentrate
Whey protein concentrate is protein extracted from whey that is concentrated by removing the water and is typically approx. 80% protein. It is produced by Ultra-Filtration technology and contains high levels of protein and branched chain amino acids (BCAAs). Protein contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.
Whey Protein Isolate
Whey protein isolate is produced by Cross – Flow Micro Filtration; a natural process which employs a ceramic membrane to remove fat and lactose without the use of heat and chemicals. Whey protein isolate has a protein content of approx.90%. This gentle procedure minimises protein denaturation, maintains a better mineral profile and preserves more of the valuable dairy fractions. The resulting proteins are exceptionally pure, virtually fat-free and contain only trace amounts of lactose.
Hydrolysed Whey Protein
Whey proteins are made up of long chains of amino acids held together by peptide bonds. Hydrolysed whey protein is created by a process known as enzymatic hydrolysis, where enzymes (naturally-occurring proteins produced by all living cells) are used to break down these bonds. This process produces peptides of various sizes and single amino acids. By mimicking the way our body digests proteins, enzymatic hydrolysis produces whey protein hydro lysates which are effectively pre-digested for superior absorption.
Whey Protein Benefits
Whey Protein Side Effects
Whey Protein should be consumed responsibly by following the recommendations on pack. There are no documented side effects from consuming whey protein providing you are using the correct dosages and are not lactose intolerant or allergic to dairy proteins. However there is on-going research into the long-term effects of consuming excessive amounts of protein in the diet. Some of the negatives of consuming too much protein include increased weight gain and increased excretion of calcium.