Hemp protein is slow digesting, making it ideal for supplementation between meals and before bedtime. It has long been felt that it would be beneficial to have some protein in your system while you’re sleeping and so your body can comfortably do most of its muscle and cell recovering/repairing.
How Does Whey Compare With Hemp Protein?
Hemp Protein vs. Whey Protein – side-by-side comparison
|Hemp Protein||Whey Protein|
|Lactose Free||Unsuitable for those with Lactose Intolerance|
|Easy to digest||Excessive consumption can lead to bloating and cramps|
|Fiber content is good for the intestinal tract||Excessive consumption can lead to intestinal toxemia|
|Contains Essential Fatty Acids (naturally rich in Omega 3)||All fat is extracted|
|No heat is used in the production of GOOD Hemp Nutrition protein powder||Most are heated during production, which kills the proteins ability to act as enzymes, the ‘functional proteins’ that speed up the rate of biochemical reaction in your body|
Whey protein is the most popular type of protein supplement available today. Produced as a byproduct from milk coagulation (to make cheese or yogurt), whey has a high protein content.
WHEY PROTEIN SIDE EFFECTS & KNOWN ISSUES
Whey protein is rapidly digested, making it a good product to take after heavy exercise, as it is quickly utilized by the body. Hemp protein is slow digesting, making it ideal for supplementation between meals and before bedtime.
WHEY PROTEIN WITH ARTIFICIAL INGREDIENTS AND SWEETENERS
It is important to note that, unlike GOOD Hemp Nutrition range, most whey protein supplements are mixed with artificial ingredients and sweeteners in order to make it more palatable. These additional ingredients can detract from weight loss goals, cause sugar craving and suppress immune function.
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