- March 1, 2008 at 8:11 am #5975
can anybody tell me what advantages there is of the hydro-whey as opposed to the whey pro isolate.
what makes 1 better than the other.
post training and every day use.March 5, 2008 at 8:44 am #6209
Hydrolysed whey protein (HWP) has been enzymatically broken down so in a sense it’s partially digested. This means that the amino acids in the protein are rapidly absorbed.
This makes HWP useful around workout time because rapidly absorbed protein with carbs kick starts the recovery process.
At other times HWP is not the best choice for the same reason it’s a good choice around workouts. However, it might still be better than whole whey protein for people who have problems with protein digestion or have allergies related to whole milk proteins.
WPI or WPC are digested more slowly than HWP. This makes them a better choice as meal replacements. Around workouts they’re better than whole food protein sources if you can’t deal with the bitter taste of HWPs.March 5, 2008 at 10:19 pm #6210
could you mix wpi and hwp together?
or would it be better to keep them apart,for different methods.
hwp for after a work out and wpi for all other times?March 5, 2008 at 10:24 pm #6211
Yes, you could mix them together but HWP with high GI carbs is ideal around workout time.March 5, 2008 at 10:36 pm #6212
what would you mix it with?
wms or dextrose-malto.
what would be the better option.
with wanting to loss weight.