Platinum WPI vs Power WPC - What's the Difference?
So you've just started getting into protein supplements. YAY! But wait - what do all these words mean? Whey Protein Isolate? Whey Protein Concentrate? BCAAs? I'm not a scientist!
Getting into protein supplements can sometimes be overwhelming. There's lots of different terms for products that do different things for your body - and all you want to know is what is the right product for you. That's where we come in handy!
We've separated our Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) and Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) into different products so it's easier to understand:
Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) = Muscle Protein Whey Protein - Platinum
Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) = Muscle Protein Whey Protein - Power
Our Muscle Protein Whey Protein - Platinum WPI has a higher protein percentage, lower fat percentage and lower carbohydrate percentage, with approximately 90% protein. As the WPI powder is more refined, the rate at which your body absorbs the protein is less - making it more effective for those that train very frequently.
In comparison, our Muscle Protein Whey Protein - Power WPC has approximately 80% protein. The WPC powder is less refined compared to our WPI, which gives your body a slower release of protein. This is more effective for those wanting to feel fuller for longer for weight loss, or for those that want to increase their overall protein intake. This can also be used as a meal replacement* as it fills you up more, or can be used to gain weight and muscle by stacking them on top of your meals.
Once you've got your Muscle Protein Whey Protein, hit the gym and train hard to get the best use out of your protein!
*Use Muscle Protein Whey Protein - Power as a meal replacement up to twice a day. Consult your GP for specific requirements.