Have you ever found yourself walking up and down the supplement aisle, feeling so overwhelmed with all the different choices of protein that there are? Protein powders are more helpful than high-protein foods like meats, fish, egg and dairy. Most proteins have a great taste to them and you can even get flavors like, “Double Rich Chocolate”, “Rocky Road, “Birthday Cake” and “Extreme Milk Chocolate.”

Proteins can be divided into two categories:

  1. Vegetable source proteins, and
  2. Animal source proteins.

Vegetable source proteins include soy, rice, pea and sprouted grain proteins. Animal source proteins include milk protein derivatives like whey and casein, beef and egg white protein.

Here are some protein powders:

Casein or milk protein

This is also milk-derivative protein. Casein is absorbed slowly and steadily into the digestive system. This results in a slow release of essential proteins and amino acids, which makes casein the preferred supplement in situation when a slow release of nutrients is beneficial. Taste-wise they are similar to whey protein. Both of them are tasteless in their unsweetened and unflavored state.

Egg white protein

Egg white protein was the most popular protein than milk protein. Milk protein has a better taste and lower cost. Milk proteins and egg white are naturally low in fat and carbohydrates. It is also cholesterol free and a very good choice for those who want to avoid dairy products.

Plant protein

They are rich in vitamins and minerals, and often provide antioxidants, amino acids and fiber. They are derived from numerous sources, including peas, sprouts, grains and seeds like brown rice, etc. they are rich in vitamins and minerals and often provide antioxidants, amino acids, and fiber.

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