Why Choose Undenatured New Zealand Whey Protein



Choose New Zealand Whey Protein from  Antibiotic-free, Hormone-free Cheerful Cows

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New Zealand Whey Protein comes from ‘Happy Cows’

When choosing healthy dairy foods pick those that come from sources that have a natural lifestyle and diet for their cows. My favorite company for New Zealand whey products uses only ‘Cheerful Cow’ certified sources.  They use New Zealand whey protein processed as undenatured whey protein concentrate. New Zealand whey is best because the country continues to demand and require the highest standards for their food sources. Undenatured is best because they whey is not heated to high temps when processing. This keeps all the nutrients in tact.

Dairy cows on the New Zealand whey (dairy) farms are free to eat and feed in vast pastures and ranges in a pristine environment and naturally pleasant climate that the country is known for . When cows are fed their natural diet of grasses in this manner, it also keeps them healthier compared to grain-fed cows on feedlots. The milking process used by New Zealand farmers is also more humane and natural. The cows are milked only according to season.  Industrial farms in US artificially impregnate again and again to max out the profits. I  know, right?

No Hormones and No Antibiotics in New Zealand Whey Protein

The dairy cows from New Zealand are not given any antibiotics or hormones.  Let me say that again- New Zealand cattle are NOT given hormones or antibiotics. and they do not use pesticides on the grass the cows eat in New Zealand either. This is why New Zealand whey is the best source, and undenatured whey protein is the best method of processing.

 

Dangers of antibiotics and hormones

Hormones:
Industrial companies use hormones and antibiotics to increase growth and milk production. The use of antibiotics and hormones in cows can mean serious health issues for people. The constant use of hormones such as rBGH is used to stimulate milk production for cows. About 80 percent of all feedlot cattle in the  USA are injected with hormones. (This use of hormones is largely the reason why girls as young as 8 and 9 years old now reach puberty and have breasts at such a young age.)
Hormones are not used in New Zealand whey. The use of rBGH is not allowed for use in dairy cows from New Zealand .

Antibiotics:
Industrialized companies routinely give four out of five animals antibiotics (whether they’re sick or not) and one out of five dairy cows are stimulated with hormones to produce more milk.  A 2009 report from the FDA estimates that antibiotics fed to food source animals accounts for about 80 percent of all antibiotics used in the United States. This means that only about 20 percent of antibiotics are actually used for treating infections in people!!
What does this mean to you?  Resistance to antibiotics because of the use of antibiotics in animal feed – including for dairy cows.
Antibiotics are not used in New Zealand whey. (only if dairy cows are sick; which is not often due to the optimal conditions)


Choose the Healthy Alternative- New Zealand Whey

Conscious consumers who are seeking healthier choices for getting their protein and calcium from dairy should look to Isagenix. Isagenix uses only New Zealand whey protein.

Isagenix uses undenatured whey protein to preserve and safeguard the protein’s natural flavor, as well as its biologically active peptides. This undenatured whey protein processing method  increases the quality and efficacy of the product.

Don’t take our word for it—taste and feel the difference of the highest quality with Isagenix undenatured whey protein!

The best source with the absolute best tasting shake by far is IsaPro and IsaLean Pro from Isagenix International.
Organic, gluten-free and contains the full essential amino acids profile.

The best protein for all the reasons I stated above is our undenatured whey protein concentrate from New Zealand grass-fed cheerful cows.

Purchase this amazing product in natural vanilla right here. It’s 100% guaranteed!

 

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This video explains more in detail about undenatured whey protein and its many benefits.






 

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References:

  1. Boyd, W. Making meat: science, technology, and American meat production.
  2. United States Food and Drug Administration.
  3. USDA, Veterinary Services, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
  4. Raloff, J. Hormones: Here’s the beef – environmental concerns reemerge over steroids given to livestock.
  5. Reference of dairy cattle health and management practices in the United States, 2007.

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