What is Goat Whey Protein?
Goat Whey Protein is a highly digestible, low allergy whey protein food from goat milk. Milk is divided between two types of proteins; milk protein also known as casein and soluble protein also known as whey. The soluble whey protein as the name suggests, allows the protein to dissolve in water or water based liquids and is high in Branch Chain Amino Acids also known as BCAA.
Why a goat milk whey concentrate?
Goat milk is one of the most nutritious and wholesome foods known to man. Goat Whey Protein is a protein concentrate that is packed with amino acids, glutathione precursors, and other non-denatured bioactives just waiting to be assimilated by your metabolism.
Mt. Capra’s Goat Whey Protein contains some of the highest levels of branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) found in any natural food source. Along with the high values of BCAA, Goat Whey Protein contains a higher biological value (104+) than any other food on the planet.
Perfect Amino Acid Profile
Because it comes from all-natural, wholesome goat milk, this protein is more digestible and absorbable than any other on the market. Goat Whey Protein is superior to cow whey because it provides the body with the perfect profile of amino acids for building lean body tissue, muscle, or other protein needs. Because it comes from goat milk, it provides much needed nutrition without many of the negative effects of cow milk.
Protein is useful in increasing lean muscle mass and assisting the body in faster muscle repair, all while increasing overall metabolic rate. Goat Whey Protein is metabolized faster than any protein due to its high digestibility. This means the amino acids get to where they’re needed quickly and without delay. Whey protein is of critical importance when the body is in a catabolic state and needs protein to function normally.
Goat Whey Protein is for Everyone
Contrary to popular belief, Goat Whey Protein is not just ideal for body builders and athletes but also for kids, adults, and the elderly. The ability of whey protein, to build muscle and boost the immune system makes it an exemplary wholefood for post-operative patients, burn victims, and those both old and young suffering from a failure to thrive.
What the Experts Say:
“Consumption of whey protein has a robust ability to stimulate muscle protein synthesis. In fact, whey protein has been found to stimulate muscle protein synthesis to a greater degree than other proteins such as casein and soy. .” – Devries MC, Phillips SM.1
Goat Whey Protein Amino Acid Profile
1. Devries, Michaela C., and Stuart M. Phillips. “Supplemental Protein in Support of Muscle Mass and Health: Advantage Whey.” Journal of Food Science 80, no. S1 (March 10, 2015): A8–15. https://doi.org/10.1111/1750-3841.12802.