Whey Protein - Grass-fed
- From European pasture cows
- 100% natural
- GMO and antibiotic free
- No sweeteners and flavors
- Minimally processed and nutritious
- Free from pesticides and herbicide-free meadows
- 80% protein
- 500 grams
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Pure and natural whey protein powder
Ergomax Whey Protein is a concentrated cow milk product made from fresh milk produced by European pasture-raised cows. Whey is a natural product and perfect for men and women who can use a protein boost. Because the whey is minimally processed at low temperatures it retains its natural texture and nutritional value—in contrast to ordinary whey protein powders deriving from the cheese industry and/or from stable cows.
Benefits of Whey protein powder
- Minimally processed and contains no sweeteners and flavorings
- Consists of 80% protein
- From cows fed with gras only
- Manufactured through an advanced and gentle production process
- High concentrations of BCAAs
Pasture milk: The healthier choice
Consumers intuitively rate milk and milk products from pasture cows as healthier than the products of stable cows fed by indoor feeding systems. Intuition is being backed up by facts. Milk and butter from pasture cows score higher in nutritional value, appearance, color and flavor.
Animal-friendly and nutritious
The same quality is also reflected in our whey protein powder. Fresh pasture milk is in fact collected specifically for the production of our product. In order to maintain all of its natural properties it undergoes a gentle production process. The animal-friendly living conditions of European cattle are similar to those of pasture cows in New Zealand—a country known for its...
Whey from 100% grass-fed cows
The result is a high-quality, eco-friendly, natural and pure "grass-fed whey protein" free from any antibiotics. It also meets the stringent European standards for contaminants (such as pesticides, PCBs, heavy metals and dioxins).
The difference between proteins
Standard whey protein powders usually hail from the cheese industry. Using cheese rennet, acids, enzymes, and high temperatures, liquid is separated from the whey curd. The whey is then further processed to remove fat and lactose. These steps, along with several pasteurization rounds, denature the proteins, thereby changing its structure. This means the protein can never match the quality of whey proteins extracted directly from fresh pasture milk.
Ergomax pasture milk whey
Ergomax 100% fresh pasture milk whey is manufactured using an advanced process. Whey protein particles are filtered out of the fresh pasture milk without being denatured. They remain their original structural integrity. This is one of the most expensive and time-intensive processing methods in the dairy industry, especially in combination with the strict quality controls before, during and after the filtration process.
High quality, low temperatures
This is the most expensive type of protein powder to produce, but it also ensures the highest quality. Concentration of the whey protein particles from the fresh pasture milk takes place at a temperature of only 10 degrees and pasteurization occurs only once.
Combine with Collagen hydrolysate
Different protein sources have different amino acid profiles. The amino acid profiles of whey and collagen connect very well together because both are rich in other amino acids. Whey contains higher concentrations of branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) while collagen hydrolysate contains higher concentrations of glycine, proline and hydroxyproline.
Whey protein concentrate: 20 grams
Average amino acid profile per 100g:
- Aspartic acid 12.3%
- Alanine 5.2%
- Arginine 2.8%
- Cysteine 3.1%
- Phenylalanine 4.0%
- Glutamic acid 19.1%
- Glycine 2.0%
- Histidine 2.2%
- Isoleucine 6.0%
- Leucine 13.1%
- Lysine 10.6%? Methionine 2.5%
- Proline 5.1%
- Serine 4.8%
- Threonine 5.5%
- Tryptophan 2.5%
- Tyrosine 4.0%
- Valine 5.8%
Average protein fractions per 100 gram:
- Imm.globuline G 3.6%
- B. serum albumin 1.5%
- B. Lactoglobulin 54.2%
- A. Lactalbumin 12.4%
Average nutritional value per 100g:
- Energy 1560 kJ / 375 kcal? Protein> 80.0 g
- Carbohydrates <17.0 g
- which sugars 17.0 g
- Fat <0.4 g
- Saturated Fat 0.2 g
- Salt 180 mg
Contains cow's milk and lactose