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Whey Protein

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10 ounces

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Product Description


Quantum Nutrition Labs‘ Whey Protein, formulated by Dr. Bob Marshall, is a raw, beyond organic, live-source, whole food supplement containing Ayurvedic grade 10 ingredients which provides maximum efficacy and nutritional potency. Quantum Whey Protein is an extraordinary, nutrient dense product that really works!

Whey protein is not something new.  It has been used for hundreds of years.  However, toxic processing methods have left many people negatively reacting to highly heated whey products and unable to obtain the benefits.  Quantum Nutrition Labs uses ion exchange with extremely low heat, leaving the whey’s broad array of healing protein molecules intact.  The delicate glycomacropeptides (GMPs), which are critical healing compounds normally comprising 28% to 29% of unprocessed whey protein, remain in Quantum Whey Protein.  Highly heated whey protein contains 1% of GMPs or less while some less heated whey protein products may claim 5% GMPs.  Quantum Whey Protein contains a guaranteed 25% to 28% GMPs, due to its superior, low-heat processing.  This is the highest amount available in whey protein on the market today.  Quantum Whey Protein delivers the full powerhouse of healing compounds available in fresh whey (including immunoglobulins, GMPs, lactoferrin and much more) fully intact and ready to work for you.

Why does the body need protein?

Protein is an essential requirement for good health.  It is made up of two types of amino acids: a) non-essential amino acids can usually be synthesized by a healthy body from the foods that we eat each day and b) essential amino acids which must be obtained directly from our daily diet.  Protein has several key roles in the body, including:

  • Synthesizes immunoglobulins for a healthy immune system
  • Builds and repairs muscles, bones and all body cells
  • Regulates many important metabolic processes in the body
What is Quantum Whey Protein?

Whey protein is a highly nutritious protein if separated from high quality dairy milk.  Milk contains two primary proteins: casein and whey protein.  When cheese is produced, the liquid whey separates from the ‘curd’ or casein.  The whey proteins are then separated from the liquid whey and purified to various concentrations of whey protein.  The graphs below show the percentages in the composition of milk.

Are all whey proteins the same?

Of course not.  If you extract whey protein from the milk of sick, commercially fed cows then you will get “sick” whey protein (because it will still contain pesticides or other toxic residues, etc.).  The key is a great quality source of milk.  For superior whey, the milk must be taken from cows which are healthy.  Secondly, the processing of the whey is equally important.  Most commercial whey is rapidly processed using high heat which damages the healing factors.  In contrast, Quantum Whey Protein is made using ion exchange without damaging the protein structure.

How does whey protein compare to other protein sources?

When whey protein is obtained from a high quality source, it is an excellent source of complete protein containing all of the essential amino acids required by the body every day. Quality whey protein has been proven to be an excellent, pure source of protein.

Highly Digestible – Whey protein has a Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) of 1.14.  The reported score is 1.0, which is the maximum value allowed by the USDA for reporting purposes.  The PDCAAS is the USDA’s officially approved method of scoring protein quality.

Full Complement of Protein – Another method used to measure protein quality is the Protein Efficiency Ratio (PER).  Whey protein has a PER of 3.2, making it one of the highest single source proteins.  The PER rating is based on the evaluation of the growth of animals consuming a fixed amount of dietary protein from a single source.  As the PER increases, so does the quality of the protein.

Highly Absorbed Protein – Biological Value (BV), another measure of protein quality, measures the amount of protein that is retained from the absorbed protein for maintenance and growth.  It measures the fraction of nitrogen in the diet that remains after the nitrogen losses and the waste products have been subtracted.  Whey protein has a biological value of 100, which is a higher value than for casein (milk protein), soy protein, beef or wheat gluten.

Should a person with lactose intolerance and/or milk allergies avoid whey protein?

Whey protein, at a concentration of 80%, contains only 5-6% lactose.  This low level of lactose can usually be well tolerated by individuals with lactose intolerance.  If a person is allergic to milk protein (less than 1% of the population), it is important to know if the allergic reaction is caused by the milk’s casein (the most common allergy), whey or both.  Often, an allergy to casein does not include an allergy to whey.

In addition, some so-called milk allergies are really toxic reactions to pesticides, antibiotic residues or synthetic hormones contained in commercially produced milk (and passed along in the whey).  When some of these individuals were tested on non-toxic, pesticide-free whey no reaction was incurred.  However, if you are lactose-intolerant or allergic to milk protein it may be best to avoid this product unless otherwise directed by your healthcare practitioner.

What factors are found in whey protein?

Whey protein is not a single protein but consists of several individual protein components.  Recent new technology has enabled manufacturers to isolate and further purify some of these individual components.  The following is a list of key individual components in whey protein:

  • Beta-lactoglobulin
  • Glycomacropeptide (GMP)
  • Alpha-lactalbumin
  • Lactoferrin
  • Immunoglobulins
  • Lactoperoxidase
  • Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA)
  • Lysozyme
Quantum Whey Protein Ingredients
IngredientsAmt. Per Serving
Whey Protein13.3 grams
Recommended Daily Dosage:  Take 1 to 4 tablespoons daily mixed in 6 – 8 oz. water, juice or mix with homemade kefir (our favorite).  For special programs, up to 12 tablespoons can be taken daily.  Also can be blended in cereal, sprinkled on desserts, etc.
Other Quantum Whey Protein Ingredients:  None
Toxin Free:  Quantum Nutrition Labs’ vegetable capsules are 100% solvent-free, excipient-free vegetable capsules.  No magnesium stearate (a toxic excipient), corn, milk, soy, salt, sugar, wheat, artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, binders, glues or other toxic ingredients as found in tablets and gelatin capsules.
Violite Protected:  Quantum Nutrition Labs’ patent-pending dark violet-colored, nontoxic plastic bottle is engineered to block light between 450-720 nm – the range at which damage to nutrients occurs.  The contents of Quantum Whey Protein are nitrogen flushed to protect freshness and prevent oxidation.

Quantum Whey Protein Facts
Dr. Bob Marshall's Quantum Nutrition Labs' Whey Protein nutritional supplement facts
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.  Optimum Nutrition and Quantum Nutrition Labs recommend consulting a physician before taking any nutritional supplements.

Customer Reviews

  1. We welcome all reviews of Quantum Whey Protein or Quantum Nutrition Labs’ supplements in general.

  2. Like I like how this whey protein is real, not the junk you get at GNC. I noticed muscle within a few months.

  3. I take Quantum Whey Protein after every workout.

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