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Whey Protein Shakes

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Anyone looking to increase their muscle growth will need to be sure that they are getting enough protein as this is essential for helping the body add lean muscle. Our fast-acting Whey Protein supplements are designed to get into your system quickly. We have a range of powders all with varying nutritional profiles to suit your individual training needs. You'll find whey protein in sachet, powder and ready-to-shake form.


Whey Protein Benefits

There are several reasons that make whey protein shakes widely popular among sportsmen from all fields of sports. Some of these include:

- A complete amino acid profile. Proteins are absolutely essential for muscle growth and are the building blocks of muscle. In the body there are 20 amino acids present that combine to make proteins. Nine of these amino acids are “essential” meaning they cannot be synthesized by the body and therefore must come from diet or supplementation. Whey protein contains all essential amino acids in adequate amounts making it one of the best options for anyone looking to increase their daily protein intake.

- High bioavailability. Whey protein is superior to other protein types whereby it is rapidly broken down by the body, making it a great protein source during periods where the body is most eager for nutrients. Due to its high absorption rate, it's best taken after intense workouts.

- Delicious flavours. Thanks to the most advanced and modern technology, consuming our impact whey protein has never been easier whereby we now offer over 51 mouth-watering flavours, so that you can enjoy your protein shake and take your nutrition to a higher level.

Whey Protein Concentrate

Whey protein is formed as a by-product during the cheese making process. However, not all of them are created in the same way. Through varying levels of filtration, the ratio of protein, carbohydrates and fats found in whey protein products can be tailored for specific goals.

Whey Protein Concentrate (typically abbreviated as WPC) is known as the first generation of whey protein powders. Modern whey concentrates typically vary from 60 to 80% of protein content. High-quality whey concentrates can go up to 89%. The rest of the product consists of 5 to 10% of lactose and 1 to 3% of fat.

Being the lowest priced protein powder in the market, WPC is the most popular whey amongst gym-goers.

Whey Protein Isolate

Whey Protein Isolate (abbreviated as WPI) is superior to whey concentrate in regards to its protein content, going up to 96% of protein. This purity of protein is achieved through an ultra-filtration process which acts to minimise the fat and lactose content.

The smaller fat and lactose content allows for an further increased absorption rate. That's why whey isolates are preferred choices amongst bodybuilders and recreational gym-goers who are really serious about their goals. Due to its reduced amount of lactose, WPI is also recommended for lactose intolerant individuals.

Whey Protein Hydrolysate

Whey Protein Hydrolysate (abbreviated as WPH) represent the latest generation of whey powders and is regarded as the most advanced type of whey available in the market. Let's find out why.

WPH is known to contain pre digested protein complexes. This means in order to produce a whey hydrolysate, protein molecules must be enzymatically broken down into di and tripeptides or even smaller units (simple amino acids). This process is called 'hydrolysis' and allows for the whey protein to be faster absorbed. For that reason, WPH tends to be more expensive than the aforementioned whey powders, but more effective.

How much protein should I take?

The amount of protein you should be taking will depend on a number of factors such as size, age and how active you are. If you're an athlete or are looking to bulk up then you should be taking more protein than the average person. As a rule of thumb you should be taking in between 1.2 and 1.7 grams of protein each day, for each kilogram of body weight. Remember that this is a rule of thumb and will not be the same for all people.

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  • Beta-Glucans will contribute to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol
  • Low carbohydrate and fat content
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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian
  • 21g of protein per serving
  • 4.5g of BCAA’s including 2g of leucine per serving
  • Grade A ranking on LabDoor
  • Supports all training goals
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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian
  • Exceptional value for money
  • 90% protein content
  • Rapid absorption rate
  • 22g protein per serving
  • Low fat and carbohydrate content
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  • Vegetarian
  • A staggering 34g of protein per serving
  • Mixture of fast and slow releasing proteins
  • Easy to make and consume anytime throughout the day
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A$9.69
  • High in Protein, 26g per Bar
  • Blend of fast and slow releasing proteins
  • Source of Fibre, over 3g per Bar
  • Over 22g of Carbohydrates per Bar, making it an ideal fuelled snack
  • Low Sugar, less than 3.4g per Bar
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  • Vegetarian
  • 35g of protein per serving
  • 61g of carbohydrates per serving
  • Perfectly tailored for weight gain with 446 calories per serving
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A$40.59
  • Over 25g protein per serving
  • High in Fibre
  • Ready in under a minute
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A$17.99
  • Vegetarian
  • Will contribute to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass
  • Convenient breakfast powder formula
  • Great tasting and easy to mix
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  • Vegetarian
  • 46g of protein per serving
  • Trio blend of Egg, Whey and Milk Protein
  • 4g of Glutamine Peptides
  • Flaxseed to provide a source of healthy fats
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  • 19g of protein per bar
  • Rich, dark chocolate taste
  • 62% less sugar than your standard supermarket alternative
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  • High in Protein
  • Blend of fast and slow releasing proteins
  • High in Fibre
  • Over 23g of Carbohydrates, making it an ideal fuelled snack
  • Low in Sugar
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A$37.79
  • 7g protein per flapjack
  • Perfect for easy baking and creating high protein snacks at home
  • Suited for vegetarians
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A$5.99
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian
  • Tapered release of protein throughout the night
  • Added Glutamine and HMB
  • Unique blend of whey, milk and egg protein
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  • Gluten Free
  • Deliciously tasting warm drink with real coffee
  • Contributes to the growth and maintenance of lean mass
  • Each serving provides over 15g of protein
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A$27.99
  • Contains 78% less sugar than supermarket alternatives
  • No artificial colours or flavours
  • Supports healthy growth and development 1,2
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A$14.69
  • High in Protein, 26g per Bar
  • Blend of fast and slow releasing proteins
  • Source of Fibre, over 3g per Bar
  • Over 22g of Carbohydrates per Bar, making it an ideal fuelled snack
  • Low Sugar, less than 3.4g per Bar
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A$4.19
  • 20g of protein per bar
  • Provides a minimum 15% RI (Daily Recommended Intake) of 22 different essential nutrients
  • Available in Salted Caramel, Chocolate Fudge Brownie and Mocha flavours
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A$39.89
  • Vegetarian
  • High in protein and fibre
  • Available in three amazing flavours
  • Learn to make your own protein treats!
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A$17.99
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian
  • High protein fruit smoothie
  • Natural flavouring with real fruit pieces
  • Natural tasting shake
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A$22.39
  • Vegetarian
  • 8g of protein per 25g serving of powder
  • Perfect for easy baking
  • Low in Sugar
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A$18.89
  • Vegetarian
  • Nearly three times the protein of a standard porridge
  • 20% less carbohydrates than standard porridge
  • Packed in individual sachets for convenience
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A$26.59
  • Partially pre-digested by enzymes for better absorption
  • Contributes to the growth and maintenance of lean muscle mass
  • High protein content per serving
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A$42.19
  • Vegetarian
  • Packed with 20 performance ingredients
  • Containing Micellar WheyTM & GanedenTM
  • Incorporates multivitamin blend
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A$29.39
  • High Protein content (19g per serving)
  • Suitable for gluten free and vegetarian diets
  • Remarkable nutritional profile
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A$3.09
  • Suited for Vegetarians
  • Low In Calories and High in Protein
  • Hits 80-100% of your recommended daily reference intake of Vitamins and Minerals (RI’s) per 2 servings
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A$25.19
  • Vegetarian
  • Organic
  • Obtained from certified organic dairies
  • Ultra filtered for exceptional quality
  • Free from any artificial ingredients
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A$20.99
  • Vegetarian
  • 30g of high quality protein per serving
  • Contains the perfect host of ingredients to kick-start recovery
  • Available in 10 thrilling flavours
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A$53.59
  • Unique protein blend, containing slowly digested proteins, making it an ideal bedtime snack
  • Zinc contributes to normal protein synthesis and maintenance of normal bones                               
  • Magnesium contributes to a reduction of tiredness and fatigue
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A$37.79
  • Premium, grass-fed whey
  • 4.5g of BCAAs per serving
  • 20g of protein in 103 calories
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A$73.49

Anyone looking to increase their muscle growth will need to be sure that they are getting enough protein as this is essential for helping the body add lean muscle. Our fast-acting Whey Protein supplements are designed to get into your system quickly. We have a range of powders all with varying nutritional profiles to suit your individual training needs. You'll find whey protein in sachet, powder and ready-to-shake form.

Whey Protein Shakes

There are several reasons that make whey protein shakes widely popular among sportsmen from all fields of sports. Some of these include:

- A complete amino acid profile. Proteins are absolutely essential for muscle growth and are the building blocks of muscle. In the body there are 20 amino acids present that combine to make proteins. Nine of these amino acids are “essential” meaning they cannot be synthesized by the body and therefore must come from diet or supplementation. Whey protein contains all essential amino acids in adequate amounts making it one of the best options for anyone looking to increase their daily protein intake.

- High bioavailability. Whey protein is superior to other protein types whereby it is rapidly broken down by the body, making it a great protein source during periods where the body is most eager for nutrients. Due to its high absorption rate, it's best taken after intense workouts.

- Delicious flavours. Thanks to the most advanced and modern technology, consuming our impact whey protein has never been easier whereby we now offer over 51 mouth-watering flavours, so that you can enjoy your protein shake and take your nutrition to a higher level.

Whey Protein Concentrate

Whey protein is formed as a by-product during the cheese making process. However, not all of them are created in the same way. Through varying levels of filtration, the ratio of protein, carbohydrates and fats found in whey protein products can be tailored for specific goals.

Whey Protein Concentrate (typically abbreviated as WPC) is known as the first generation of whey protein powders. Modern whey concentrates typically vary from 60 to 80% of protein content. High-quality whey concentrates can go up to 89%. The rest of the product consists of 5 to 10% of lactose and 1 to 3% of fat.

Being the lowest priced protein powder in the market, WPC is the most popular whey amongst gym-goers.

Whey Protein Isolate

Whey Protein Isolate (abbreviated as WPI) is superior to whey concentrate in regards to its protein content, going up to 96% of protein. This purity of protein is achieved through an ultra-filtration process which acts to minimise the fat and lactose content.

The smaller fat and lactose content allows for an further increased absorption rate. That's why whey isolates are preferred choices amongst bodybuilders and recreational gym-goers who are really serious about their goals. Due to its reduced amount of lactose, WPI is also recommended for lactose intolerant individuals.

Whey Protein Hydrolysate

Whey Protein Hydrolysate (abbreviated as WPH) represent the latest generation of whey powders and is regarded as the most advanced type of whey available in the market. Let's find out why.

WPH is known to contain pre digested protein complexes. This means in order to produce a whey hydrolysate, protein molecules must be enzymatically broken down into di and tripeptides or even smaller units (simple amino acids). This process is called 'hydrolysis' and allows for the whey protein to be faster absorbed. For that reason, WPH tends to be more expensive than the aforementioned whey powders, but more effective.

How much protein should I take?

The amount of protein you should be taking will depend on a number of factors such as size, age and how active you are. If you're an athlete or are looking to bulk up then you should be taking more protein than the average person. As a rule of thumb you should be taking in between 1.2 and 1.7 grams of protein each day, for each kilogram of body weight. Remember that this is a rule of thumb and will not be the same for all people.

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