Whey Protein

New Study Shows Psoriasis Doubles Your Diabetes Risk

…natural therapy for psoriasis comes from whey, a dairy byproduct used primarily as a protein supplement. We’ve known for years that whey contains a number of growth factors and other bioactive proteins that modulate immune function. One of these proteins, XP-828L, has been studied for its…

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Natural Treatments for Psoriasis

…treatment for psoriasis comes from whey, a dairy byproduct used primarily as a protein supplement. We’ve known for years that whey contains a number of growth factors and other bioactive proteins that modulate immune function. One of these proteins, XP-828L, has been studied for its effects…

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4 Tips for Healthier Summer Travel

…a bit of refueling between meals. Don’t turn to chips, candy, and other unhealthy snacks. Instead pack healthy snack bars made with whey or soy protein, fresh fruit, vegetables, and filtered water. Now it’s your turn: Do you have a travel tip to share? You May Also Be Interested In: *…

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Belly Fat—It’s More Dangerous Than You Think

…on protein. This will help curb your hunger and appetite. Aim for about four ounces of lean protein (20–25 g) with every meal. Good sources include fish and seafood, skinless poultry, eggs and egg whites, nonfat or low-fat cheeses and Greek yogurt, tofu, nuts, and soy and whey protein. * Eat…

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4 Steps to Strong Bones

…(old cells). Other nutrients that help maintain strong bones include boron, strontium, and a special whey-derived supplement called milk basic protein (MBP) that was shown in a six-month study to lower markers of bone loss and increase bone density. The recommended daily dosages of these supplements…

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