Even today, many brands of food supplements offer protein powder from cheese. This is not of good quality and has many drawbacks.
- What you weren't told but you should know
- More and more proteins are contaminated with GMOs
- Our noble and high-end material
What you weren't told but you should know
Unfortunately, in the sports nutrition market, the information that consumers are entitled to know is not provided by most brands.
And for good reason, some sellers of food supplements for athletes have every interest in hiding the reality concerning the development of their proteins.
Indeed, what the consumer often ignores is the way in which the finished product that he is going to ingest was obtained. When the latter buys his whey protein powder, he immediately thinks of milk proteins and more specifically of a part of milk called whey. In addition, the consumer, and he is right, imagines that his whey has been specially designed for sports use.
However, the reality is often quite different, because many protein vendors offer whey cheese products derived from milk. And this is more than just a nuance. We explain to you:
Many proteins are processed by calf rennet. This manipulation occurs during the manufacture of cheese. Rennet is essential to alter the molecular structure of milk proteins so that they become cheese. Technically, rennet is said to be used to flocculate the casein part of milk.
The whey sellers then recover the waste resulting from this chemical manipulation: the whey cheese derived from milk. Not only is the latter contaminated with calf rennet, but its amino acids are also degraded during the transformation reaction from milk to cheese. But that's not all :
More and more proteins are contaminated with GMOs
Rennet, which is the enzyme that ferments milk, used to come from the stomachs of animals. Nowadays, the cheese industry mainly uses synthetic rennet obtained by GMO fermentation .
It is paradoxically this type of synthetic GMO rennet that makes it possible to sell cheese or milk proteins to vegetarians since the rennet is no longer of animal origin .
In theory, we therefore believe that it seems healthier, but in fact we add GMOs to our plate or our shaker . This, of course, without it being specified on the label.
Conclusion: the consumer ends up with a crushed whey , denatured due to completely unnecessary steps in the cheese factories. Moreover, without knowing it, the consumer buys a product presenting contaminations which he would firmly reject if he were aware of their existence.
Our noble and high-end material
Nutrimuscle native whey proteins are not treated with calf's rennet. They come directly from milk , not cheese waste.
The integrity and quality of the amino acids are therefore not altered and no animal residues foreign to the milk are present. Nutrimuscle native proteins are therefore proteins that are ideal for vegetarians and all athletes who wish to supplement with very high quality proteins.