This post is by far the most viewed on my blog and I would like to finally clarify all the pro's and con's about whey protein, so here is a final comment from Will Brink, a nutrition expert, enjoy the content,
I hope this article finally clears up the major confusion. Whey is great stuff for many reasons, but you won't add mounds of muscle in ultra short time from the simple addition of whey to your diet.
If there is one thing that continues to perplex me, it is the disparity between how popular whey protein is and how much confusion there is regarding this immensely popular supplement.
Why are people so confused about whey? I have to conclude that it's part deceptive advertising by some unscrupulous supplement companies, poorly researched articles put out by self proclaimed "guru" types, and the fact that whey is indeed a complicated protein.
In this article I will endeavor to clear it all up once and for all, lift the vale of secrecy, strip away the myths, and shatter the hyperbole surrounding this ultra popular supplement.
By the time you are through reading this article, you will know all that is needed to know regarding the differences in whey, such a concentrates vs. isolates, micro filtered vs. ion exchange, and many other answers to questions that seem to persist.