Press Release (ePRNews.com) - GRIMSBY, England - Apr 25, 2016 - Protein powder comparison
Protein powder is extremely popular and there are some very good reasons why. This is a very convenient way to access high-protein, which is an essential part of any fitness regime that you are undertaking. Compared to the cost involved in buying dairy produce, fish and meat, it is less expensive, and it also great tastes.
There many protein products on the market in this sector, and because of this, it is tricky to choose the correct one for your individual needs. All of these products are good at supplementing your diet, but it’s a good idea to compare them, to get the ultimate benefits. A common concern is about allergies. It is vital to read the label to make sure that the powder does not contain soy, casein, eggs or lactose if you are allergic. Here are some other differences that you may like to examine.
The protein type can be sub-divided into animal or vegetable sourced. The animal sourced powder is made up from animal and milk derivatives which include whey. Vegetable protein powder is based on ingredients such as sprouted grain protein, soy, hemp and pea.
Animal protein powders are superior from a nutritional point of view and are more popular. However, if you are a vegetarian, then the vegetable protein powder is a good alternative.
Flavours and sweeteners
The options for manufacturers when it comes to sweetening and flavours are endless. For you to compare, there are basically three to choose from:
• Powder with no flavouring or sweeteners
• A combination of artificial or natural sweeteners and flavours, or just artificial
• Just natural sweeteners and flavours
The price of the product
There are no significant price differences when comparing like for like in protein powder. The main difficulty arises if you are comparing the price of different blended powders. The fact is that some proteins are just more expensive for the manufacturer to buy than others. A good tip here when buying for the first time is to purchase the smallest size. If you are happy with it, then the next time get the largest, which will save you money.
A lot of manufacturers of protein powders will put in enhancers. These will either be to make it taste better or increase the potency of the nutritional value. These extras range from lecithin granules, digestive enzymes and amino acids. Always check the labels to see exactly what is contained in the blend.
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