WHEY

Servings for 21 days (1/day)
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21813-CONFIG
  • A natural protein supplement based on high-grade whey protein isolate with a high protein content > 90%* (20g of protein per serving)
  • Highly soluble
  • Easy to digest and quickly absorbed
*dry mass
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Proteins are the building blocks of our body. Protein is needed to build up cells and tissues and help maintain and develop muscle mass.

Bariatric Advantage Whey is a calorie-poor powder, based on ultra-pure whey protein isolate. Bariatric Advantage Whey could help you meet your daily protein requirements, by supplementing your regular diet.

Characteristics:

  • 20g of protein per portion, 1 pot equals 21 portions
  • This is a natural whey isolate of sweet Irish whey.
  • Highly soluble due to excellent purity
  • Easy to digest and quickly absorbed
    • Contains very little lactose (<1%) and is low in fat, which means it is very well tolerated by stomach and gut. Suitable for people with lactose intolerance.
  • High-grade whey protein isolate
    • High protein content: more than 90%*
    • Ideal amino acid profile with the best nutritional values.
    • Highest quantity of essential amino acids
    • Highest quantity of natural BCAAs (branched-chain amino acids: leucine-isoleucine-valine) in the amino acid profile. BCAAs are directly absorbed by the muscles.
  • Good protein quality (PDCAAS)
    • Maximum purity (high protein percentage and low lactose content
    • Calorie-poor, without superfluous additives, sweeteners or aromas.

Intake tips:

  • Your daily protein intake should be at least 60g. Ask your dietician how much protein powder per day you need to supplement your diet.
  • 1 serving (= 2 measuring scoops) daily or as recommended
  • Dissolve in water, milk, juice or a smoothie (200ml) or mix into your meal as desired.
  • Cold drinks are preferable. Can also be dissolved in hot drinks, but please note that this can lead to lumps forming.

Practical tip: The powder can also be mixed into: Pancake batter, cake mix, muffin batter, even bread dough.

Caution: Food supplements must not replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed stated dose. Keep out of reach of young children.

*dry mass

Ingredients Per serving Per 100 g
Energie
kJ 353 1555
kcal 84,1 371
Lipids 0,21 g 0,9
Saturated fatty acids 0,07 g 0,3 g
Carbohydrates 0,57 g 2,5 g
Sugar 0,21 g 0,9 g
Proteins 20 g 88 g
Salt 131 mg 570 mg
L-alanine 940 mg 4141 mg
L-aspartic acid 2280 mg 10044 mg
L-arginine 420 mg 1850 mg
L-cysteïne 520 mg 2291 mg
L-phenylalanine 600 mg 2643 mg
L-glutamic acid 3500 mg 15419 mg
L-glycine 360 mg 1586 mg
L-histidine 340 mg 1498 mg
L-isoleucine 1360 mg 5991 mg
L-leucine 2140 mg 9427 mg
L-lysine 2080 mg 9163 mg
L-methionine 460 mg 2026 mg
L-proline 1180 mg 5198 mg
L-serine 880 mg 3877 mg
L-threonine 1400 mg 6167 mg
L-tryptophan 420 mg 1850 mg
L-tyrosine 600 mg 2643 mg
L-valine 1080 mg 4758 mg


Ingredients: Whey protein isolate (milk), emulsifier: soy lecithin

Bariatric Advantage® Whey can be mixed into water or food. Both hot and cold food and drink?

Yes. Lumps may form in hot drinks, but this is totally normal and safe.
 

Why do I need to eat at least 60g of proteins a day?

Proteins are the building blocks of our bodies. Proteins are necessary to maintain muscle mass and to promote recovery after surgery. They also help ensure that weight loss is only at the expense of fatty tissue. Major sources of proteins are meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy products, etc. Ask your doctor for advice.

What is the origin of the whey proteins in Bariatric Advantage® Whey and Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal? If they are of animal origin, can they also cause allergies?

Whey proteins are present in cow's milk and may therefore cause allergies. Bariatric Advantage® Whey and NutriTotal are therefore only gluten-free. 

How is the whey protein isolate made?

  • This is a natural whey isolate of sweet Irish whey.
  • Prepared with cold cross-flow microfiltration to maintain the natural structure of protein and maximize protein intake.

I am lactose-intolerant. Is Bariatric Advantage® Whey suitable for me?

  • Bariatric Advantage® Whey is suitable for most people with lactose intolerance. It contains very little lactose (<1%) and is low in fat. If you have any concerns, ask your doctor or dietician.