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Protein Comparison: Good Hemp Protein vs. Whey

Protein Comparison: Good Hemp Protein vs. Whey

Whey protein is the most popular type of protein supplement available today. But is it as good as you think?

It is produced as a byproduct from milk coagulation (to make cheese or yoghurt). But how does it compare with hemp protein?

Plant based
Made from natural hemp seed. Nothing else.
Animal based
Made from the isolated liquid materials created as a by-product of cheese production.
Non bloating
Easily digestible and gentle for the stomach.
May cause bloating & stomach cramps
Hard to digest. Excessive consumption can lead to intestinal toxemia.
High in Omega 3, 6 & 9
Naturally high in Omega 3, hemp protein concentrate has all the essential fatty acids the body needs.
No good fats
Whey products contain saturated fat, cholesterol and no essential fatty acids.
Allergen Free
No dairy, no lactose, no soya. No artificial colouring or flavours.
Unsuitable for anyone with a lactose intolerance or milk allergies.
Natural ingredients only.
Many products use sugar, artificial colours & artificial flavours.

Whey protein side effects & known issues

Protein: slow digestion vs. fast digestion
Whey protein is rapidly digested, making it a good product to take after heavy exercise, as it is quickly utilised by the body. Hemp protein is slow digesting, making it ideal for supplementation between meals and before bedtime.

Whey protein with artificial ingredients and sweeteners
It is important to note that, unlike Good Hemp products, it is mixed with artificial ingredients and sweeteners in order to make it more palatable.These additional ingredients can detract from weight loss goals, cause sugar craving and suppress immune function.

Allergies and intolerances to whey
It can cause digestive disturbances and bloating in people who are lactose intolerant. Do not use it if you have a milk allergy. There have been no allergies or intolerances associated with hemp and hemp protein.