Top Protein Powders for Optimum Health

Content by: Guy Lawrence

top protein powders

By 180 Nutrition


Protein powders are a great way to add extra protein to your diet. They’re ideal for bodybuilders, athletes and people who just want to optimise their health.

Because they’re pure concentrated protein, these convenient powders make it easy to get additional protein without eating an enormous amount of extra food. Here are some of the top protein powders and how they can benefit you.

Egg Protein

This protein powder is isolated from egg whites to provide you with the food’s most valuable essence. Many people even consider egg protein powders to be the best available. This is because eggs are the most complete form of protein available, providing all of the essential amino acids. Egg protein is fat free and contains numerous vitamins and minerals.

Rice Protein

Rice protein is one of the few protein powders suitable for vegans (pea protein is an alternative). Although it’s not a complete protein, it provide almost all of the essential amino acids. In addition, it’s an excellent source of B vitamins, which help sustain energy, support a healthy metabolism and maintain the nervous system. Their mild flavor makes them ideal for adding to protein shakes and homemade meal replacement bars.

Soy Protein

Soy protein powders are very popular among vegans and people who believe in the health benefits of soy. Like rice protein, soy is not a complete protein, but it is still highly nutritious. It contains no fat, few carbohydrates and plenty of vitamins and minerals. Unfortunately, many people find its flavor, which is reminiscent of raw beans, to be overbearing. This makes it more suitable for use in things that are heavily-flavored.

Whey Protein

Whey protein is easily the most popular protein powder on the market. It’s suitable for ovo-lacto vegetarians, is a complete protein and provides an abundance of nutrition. Because whey is a by-product of dairy processing and is produced in large quantities, these protein powders are very affordable. Furthermore, whey’s chemical structure makes it very easy to digest. Many people find that whey protein has the most favorable taste out of all the available protein powders. Use it in shakes, meal replacement bars, or even in meals and desserts. Whey protein isolate (WPI) is the purest form of Whey protein as it contains little to no fat, lactose, carbohydrates or cholesterol. At 180 Nutrition we use Grass-Fed Whey Protein Isolate as we believe that it is by far the top protein powder for optimum health.

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Guy Lawrence

This article is brought to you by Guy Lawrence. Guy is a qualified fitness trainer with over 10 years of experience in the health industry. Guy worked at the UTS Fitness Centre in Sydney Australia where he specialised in exercise nutrition and obtained his Certificate in Exercise Nutrition and Certified... Read More

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