Start incorporating proteins from milk into your life.

Calorie for calorie, proteins from milk like whey and casein “work harder” than plant proteins to help you follow a healthier diet, build a strong body, and fuel your inner strength. Whey and casein are often available plain or as flavored powders. Powders are easy to incorporate into everyday foods or can simply be used in shakes, smoothies and other beverages to increase your protein intake. Proteins from milk powders can be found at many consumer retail products at local grocery stores, super-centers, health and nutrition outlets, and online.

To find out if a product contains milk, casein or whey protein, make sure to check the ingredient list located on the label.

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How much protein do I need to consume?

Use our protein calculator to calculate the amount of daily protein your body needs.

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What are different types of proteins?

There are several kinds of proteins from milk used as ingredients or supplements. Whey protein concentrate (WPC); whey protein isolate (WPI); hydrolyzed whey p…

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What is the difference between isolates and concentrates?

The differences between isolates and concentrates lie within how much protein you’re receiving per scoop (or per 100g). Generally speaking, isolates tend…

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I’m not interested in bulking up. Should I still drink protein shakes?

Yes! Protein shakes (and bars or supplements – any form of protein from milk!) offer a variety of benefits to meet many fitness and health goals. Check the l…

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