Grassfed Whey Protein
Proprietary non-denatured native whey protein, produced to maintain the full range of all the fragile immune boosting and regenerative components naturally present in fresh raw milk serving as not just a protein powder but a functional food for performance, detox, and immune support. Learn more
Benefits of Grassfed Whey:
- Promotes lean body mass and muscle
- Immune support with immunoglobulins
- Improved bone density
- Supports leaky gut repair
- Detoxification with cysteine and glutathione
- Enhanced antioxidant status
- Anti-inflammatory with lactoferrin
- Weight loss with satiety and appetite regulation
How to Take
1-2 scoops daily or as desired in smoothies, protein shakes, and recipes.
Note: It is best to first blend your ingredients and add whey at the very end to not over-mix, see more in How to use
Subscription & Use Tip
Contains 30 scoops which lasts 1-2 months with typical use
- Safe with breastfeeding
- Safe during pregnancy
Safe for Kids
This product also supports
Detox and Liver Support Energy and Performance Immune and Wellness
Grassfed Whey Protein: A proprietary non-denatured native whey protein concentrate, produced to maintain the full range of all the fragile immune boosting and regenerative components naturally present in fresh raw milk. Naturally Nourished Grassfed Whey protein is produced using proprietary filtration and drying which involves minimal processing. This unique production method ensures the whey is not subjected to temperatures that would destroy the original components. We do not use cross-flow filtration, microfiltration, hydrolyzation or ion exchange methods which denature the original proteins.
This full range, biologically active, complete amino acid profile native protein naturally contains an exceptional amount of the critical glutathione precursor covalent bonded cysteine. Glutathione is the most potent antioxidant working to reduce heavy metal toxicity, reverse coronary artery calcification, aid in respiratory function, protect cellular health, and promote detoxification. Additionally, our unique grass-fed whey contains the full range of the most important immune supportive protein components, including lactoferrin, immunogloblins, IGG, serum albumin, and other beneficial growth factors supportive in treating leaky gut and autoimmune conditions.
The milk harvested for this product comes from cows that graze year-round on pesticide-free and chemical-free natural grass pastures. Milk from grass-fed cows has higher levels of conjugated linoleic acids (CLA) and contains a proper balance of essential fatty acids both which have favorable outcomes on metabolism, lean body mass, brain health, and cancer prevention. The milking cows are never fed grain or subjected to any growth hormones, chemicals, antibiotics, genetically modified organisms, hyperimmunization or injected pathogens.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Why Naturally Nourished
- Clinical Results
- Synergistic Formulas
- Third Party Tested
Unique benefits to my Naturally Nourished Grassfed Whey:
• Gastrointestinal Health: Systemic and Gut Immunity – Whey contains biologically active molecules capable of enhancing intestinal health through various mechanisms, including prebiotic effects, antimicrobial and antiviral properties, immune support, and in helping to repair gut permeability. Glycomacropeptide and lactoferrin have been shown to support the growth of beneficial Bifidobacteria. (references 1-3)
• Bone Health – Milk basic protein (MBP), a fraction of whey, was found to be a promoter of bone health by stimulating osteoblasts, inhibiting osteoclastic activity and improving bone density. (references 3,10)
• Immunoglobulins (include IgG1, IgG2, IgA and IgM) – help bind and inactivate bacteria in the GI tract. IgG has been shown to also
bind the toxin produced by Clostridium difficile, thus reducing the severity of this infection.(1)
• Glycomacropeptide – a powerful stimulator of cholecystokinin, an appetite suppressing hormone that has essential roles related to
GI function. Glycomacropeptide also inhibits the cholera toxin by binding to receptors in the intestinal tract. (1)
• Lactoferrin – possesses metal-binding properties for Fe, Cu, Zn, and Mn. It is also a delivery vehicle of essential metals to the newborn. Lactoferrin acts as support for the non-specific immune system, playing a strategic role in the first line of defense against many pathogens that enter the body via mucosa. Lactoferrin has bacteriostatic and bactericidal activity against gram-negative, gram-positive bacteria and H. pylori.(9) Lactoferrin also demonstrates anti-inflammatory activity. (3) Fungicidal activity, particularly against Candida species. Lactoferrin inhibits replication of viruses in the early phase of an infection and prevents entry of viruses into the host cell.(1-3)
How to Use
As my Grassfed Whey is non-denatured and does not have additives, it will perform very different than most protein powders or even other forms of whey you may have worked with. The powder is very airy due to the patented low-heat extraction process that aids in bioavailability of the vital nutritional compounds. This means that if you over-mix the grassfed whey it will create a foam.
My recommendation is to blend your shake or smoothie ingredients first and then add in the scoop of whey at the very end to just incorporate for 2 seconds in the blender or simply whisk or stir in manually. I use this product in a lot of grain-free baking recipes as well to boost protein content in almond flour muffins or my daughter's almond butter pancakes in my Anti-Anxiety Diet Cookbook.
Enjoy a couple of my favorite recipes using Naturally Nourished Grassfed Whey:
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