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Adding Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics provides high-quality protein without the carbohydrates found in other protein powders

There can be a lot of confusion today when it comes to selecting the right protein powder for your fitness needs. Just walk into any health food store or supermarket and you’ll witness the variety of products.

We need protein to survive. But many of us today may be getting too much protein in our diets. Foods that can be high in protein can also be high in carbohydrates and other less-desirable ingredients. Plus, athletes, older adults, and pregnant women may have significantly more protein needs.

I believe that it’s best to get your protein from healthy food sources, but that may not always be the case. That’s when I recommended to go the supplementation route.

So, if you’re someone serious about enhancing your nutrition and overall health, or if you’d simply like to raise your fitness goals to the next level, my team and I have helped formulate a unique combination of ingredients that can potentially give you what you’ve been looking for.

Strengthen Your Muscles, One at a Time

Leucine is a branched-chain amino acid found in certain foods.

It causes protein to be created and builds your muscle by its signaling of the mTOR (Mammalian Target of Rapamycin) mechanism. Many Sports Scientists consider leucine to be one of the most potent signals to increase muscle growth.

However, you need FAR more leucine than the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) to reap this muscle-building benefit. In fact, you need massive amounts…

So where can you find leucine?

You'll find the highest concentrations of leucine and other branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) in dairy products – especially quality cheeses and whey protein.

Even when getting leucine from your natural food supply, it's often wasted or used as a building block instead of an anabolic agent. So to create the correct anabolic environment, you need to boost leucine consumption beyond mere maintenance levels.

Now, not everyone can be an Olympic Athlete or play in the Stanley Cup Finals. But we’d all like to be more healthy and fit and have enough energy and stamina to do the activities we enjoy, ideally into our senior years.

So, to keep going and be fit, we all know how challenging that can be.

Here's why…

Based on nitrogen-balance measurements, the requirement for leucine that maintains your current body protein is 1 to 3 grams daily.

But to optimize its anabolic pathway, you need 8 to 16 grams daily.

This means that to reach 8 grams for anabolic purposes, you would need the following amounts of food:

  • a pound and a half of chicken
  • 3 pounds of pork
  • more than 1 pound of almonds (over 3000 calories)
  • 16 eggs
  • ½ pound of raw cheddar cheese

In contrast, you only need about 3oz of high-quality whey.

Clearly, supplementing with whey protein can effectively allow you to get those 8 grams or more of leucine to build strong muscles, without consuming massive amounts of food and calories.

My team and I identified 9 essential elements that are important for selecting a high-quality whey protein.

Let’s take a look at them…

9 Basic Essentials Every Whey Protein Powder Should Have

To me, any whey protein powder is simply missing the mark unless it’s made from and follows these "9 Essentials" at a minimum…

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The most nutritious whey protein comes from pasture-fed, cows.
  1. Pasture-fed cows' whey, NOT pesticide-treated, grain-fed cows' whey – Compared to grain-fed cows, pasture-fed cows produce whey that…
    • Contains an impressive amino acid and immuno-supportive nutrient profile
    • Is rich in healthy fats – lipolic acid and CLA (conjugated linoleic acid)
  2. GMO-free
    • Always look for and choose whey that is GMO-free
  3. Cold-processed to protect the nutrients in their natural state, NOT heat-processed – The majority of whey is heat processed which…
    • Makes the whey acidic and nutritionally deficient
    • Damages the immuno-supportive micronutrients and amino acids
    • Makes whey inadequate for consumption
  4. Acid-free processing, NOT Acid / Ion Exchange Processing – The bottom line is that Acid/Ion Exchange processing…
    • Is a less healthful, cheaper process than acid-free processing
    • Denatures amino acid profiles by using acids and chemicals to separate the whey from the fats
  5. Whey protein concentrate, NOT protein isolates – Protein isolates are proteins stripped away from their nutritional cofactors. I have issues with isolates because...
    • Most isolates are exposed to acid processing
    • Your body cannot assimilate proteins in isolated form
    • Due to over-processing, isolates are deficient in key amino acids and nutritional cofactors
  6. Sweetened with naturally derived sweeteners, NOT artificially, synthetic and low carb – Many whey powders…
    • Are artificially sweetened with synthetic sweeteners making them undesirable if you have sugar sensitivities, or you want to avoid putting synthetic sweeteners or flavors in your body
    • Tend not to be low carb
    • Contain sugar alcohols, glycerin, or gluten, and some even use high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) as a sweetener
  7. Maximum biological value, NOT compromised or damaged – Most whey proteins provide some benefit. But, due to the ingredients, the source of the whey, the concentration of beneficial nutrients, or the type of processing, many whey products simply don't deliver what they promise.

    You want whey that…

    • Retains its maximum biological value
    • Contains all the key amino acids, cofactors, and beneficial micronutrients present and intact rather than compromised or damaged
    • Is not lacking any amino acids or other essential nutrients
  8. Easy to Digest, NOT Causing Digestive Stress – Many whey products contain long-chain fatty acids which are hard to digest and require bile acids to absorb.

    You want a whey protein powder that…

    • Contains medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs)
    • Is easily absorbed, digested quickly, and is utilized as energy without causing digestive stress
    • Ideally, contains coconut oil – one of the best sources of MCTs
  9. Free from Toxic Heavy Metals or at Such Low Levels NOT to be a Health Risk – You want to avoid protein powders, both whey and non-whey, that contain dangerous levels of heavy metals like mercury, lead, cadmium, and arsenic. Any high concentration of heavy metals consumed over time could lead to serious health consequences.  
  10. In fact, a Consumer Reports' evaluation showed how some leading brands of protein powders exceeded United States Pharmacopoeia's (USP) recommended safety limits for certain heavy metals.

So, these are the basic "9 Essentials" my team and I have used to date to filter out any whey protein powders not up to our highest natural nourishment standards.

How High-Quality Whey Protein Can Give Your Health and Fitness a Boost

By using the "9 Essentials" to obtain a high-quality whey protein powder, you can take advantage of a variety of health benefits… because top-quality whey protein potentially…

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High-quality, whey protein powder helps boost your energy and promotes muscle strength, endurance, and recovery.
  • Promotes your muscle strength, endurance, and recovery
  • Helps to preserve lean body tissue (particularly during exercise) as it delivers bioavailable amino acids and cysteine
  • Boosts your energy and supports your body’s optimal metabolic rate
  • Helps maintain blood sugar levels already within the normal range
  • Promotes optimal intake of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals needed for your optimal wellness
  • Supports your healthy immune system (as it contains immunoglobulins)
  • Helps maintain your blood pressure levels already within the normal range

These are just some of the health advantages you can benefit from if you stick to whey protein based on my "9 Essentials."

But what’s needed to take whey protein powder to an even higher level?

Why Good Taste Is so Important

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Without a satisfying, delicious taste, people won't come back for more. That's why I've spent so much time working with whey powder formulators to get the taste just right.

First of all, when it comes to developing any whey protein powder, I cannot emphasize the importance of taste enough. Despite any added benefits, if it doesn’t taste good, even athletes won’t come back for more.

You can rest assured that any whey powder I offer on my site will not contain any artificial sweeteners, sugar alcohols, glycerin, fructose, gluten, or genetically engineered ingredients.

So, the challenge is how to naturally sweeten the powder just enough to satisfy most people’s tastes. And the texture has to be pleasing, too, for people to want to use it.

That’s why I’ve spent many hours working with whey protein powder producers to make sure the taste and the texture are just right… as is the case with my current line of protein powders.

However, there’s some confusion out there about one particular natural sweetener that needs addressing…

Maltodextrin – Make Sure You Pick the Right One!!

Most people aren’t aware there are two different types of maltodextrin. If you don’t know the difference you could be in for a very unpleasant surprise – so let me help explain the difference.

The naturally-occurring digestive-resistant maltodextrin used to enhance flavor and provide other health benefits is a far cry from the more commonly used synthetic varieties.

The critical distinction here is “digestive-resistant.” Synthetic variants of maltodextrin do exist and are often used as cheap sweeteners in protein powders. I purposely avoid synthetic maltodextrin because it…

  • Is artificially created when acid/enzymes are applied to starch
  • Can potentially raise insulin levels
  • May cause depletion of your body’s vitamins and minerals
  • Typically is GMO (genetically modified)
  • Is not digestive-resistant

Instead, the digestive-resistant maltodextrin is…

  • Classified as water-soluble fiber
  • Resistant to digestion
  • GMO-free
  • Rich in prebiotic food to support healthy gut bacteria

So, you can see the significant differences between synthetic maltodextrin and digestive-resistant maltodextrin. Not only does naturally occurring digestive-resistant maltodextrin enhance the taste, it also provides other health benefits as well… a win-win scenario.

And once again, you can rest assured that I would never approve anything synthetic to go into the very whey protein powder I use, or plan on using myself on a daily basis… even if it made the taste irresistible.

How a Centuries-Old Cucumber ‘Cousin’ Enhances Taste

There’s another sweetener I highly recommend… and that’s Luo Han. It is a cousin of the cucumber and a member of the gourd family. It’s monk fruit. And from a health and wellness standpoint, it’s been shown to not affect your blood sugar levels.

Luo Han extract has been used traditionally in China for centuries. But what brought it to the attention of American food manufacturers was the discovery of a secret locked in the fruit extract – called mogrosides.

As it happens, mogrosides are 300 times sweeter than sucrose… but contain hardly any calories and don’t spike your blood sugar.

These mogrosides are part of a group of compounds called triterpene glycosides. They taste sweet, but your body treats them differently than carbohydrates. Insulin levels don’t rise… they aren’t broken apart to produce energy… and you don’t put on the pounds when consuming them.

This should give you a pretty good idea why I like this sweetener so much and recommend its use in whey protein powder. It’s simply another piece of the puzzle to more naturally sweeten the whey to create a balanced more desirable flavor.

Whey Concentrate or Whey Isolate? – Pick the Wrong One and You’re Asking for Trouble

An area I feel that’s critically important whenever developing an elite brand of whey protein powder is whether to use whey concentrate or whey isolate in the formula.

This is an area that often gets glossed over and one I feel deserves more attention. And talk about an area of major confusion… many supposed experts favor whey isolate. But to me, they’ve not thoroughly done their homework on this.

And why is that?

Here are some of the reasons I’m NOT in favor of using isolates in any protein powder… because whey isolate…

  • Is derived from pasteurized dairy and processed with heat and acid.
  • Goes through a process that removes the fat which in turn removes important components of whey’s immunological properties… healthful properties such as phospholipids, phosphatidylserine, and cortisol.
  • Cheats you out of IgG immunoglobulins, which are excellent sources of glutamine and cysteine bound to fat globules.
  • Hinders your body from effectively assimilating proteins in this isolated form.
  • Is deficient in key amino acids and nutritional cofactors.

The bottom line with whey isolate… if you over-process the protein and remove the fat, you’re left with clearly inferior whey protein.

That’s why I promote whey concentrate… from raw unpasteurized milk… from pasture-fed cows… and cold processed to avoid over-processing and heat damage.

Why You Should Avoid Soy Like the Plague

Many whey protein powders are not free of genetically engineered ingredients. And often at the heart of this matter is a cheap soy-based compound called soy lecithin… or even soy listed as one of the proteins.

If you look closely at a protein powder label and see soy protein or soy lecithin listed in any form, this is something I strongly suggest you avoid. Sunflower lecithin is much preferred over soy lecithin. But if you can confirm that the soy lecithin used in the product is organic and non-GMO, it is ok, but not nearly as healthful as your whey protein should be.

There’s little doubt in my mind GMO soy lecithin is not an ingredient I would accept in anything I consume… including whey protein powder. I strongly recommend you take this approach as well.

Fiber – An Often Overlooked Nutrient

Now that I’ve identified several ingredients to avoid and the importance of natural sweeteners in any whey protein mix, what about other ingredients that could potentially enhance it?

First off, I recommend taking a closer look at the amount of fiber included in your protein powder. It’s important to realize how fiber is a healthful ingredient for your digestive and elimination systems… an added help to your overall regularity.

I believe fiber content in whey protein powder would be worth the extra benefits to athletes and health-conscious folks alike. So, be sure to take a closer look at any protein powder label for evidence of a natural healthy supply of fiber within.

How Maintaining a Healthy Gut Can Enhance Your Protein Benefits

One challenge when optimizing protein intake from whey is protein gets digested in your stomach. This means that a large percentage of amino acids may not be fully utilized and may not reach your lower intestine.

Keeping your gut as healthy as possible is essential in maximizing your benefits from natural protein. And that’s where high-quality probiotics come in.

By introducing billions of tiny microflora ("good" bacteria) into your digestive system in the form of probiotics, you can help…

  • Maintain your ideal bacteria ratio
  • Support your production of B vitamins and vitamin K
  • Promote mineral absorption
  • Support carbohydrate digestion via probiotic enzymes
  • Aid your metabolism and the breakdown of toxins
  • Maintain appropriate bowel transit time
  • Support your immune system function
  • Produce lactic acid to support a healthy colon pH balance

But, there’s even more probiotics can do for you when it comes to protein.

Probiotics can also help your body synthesize leucine, which you need for muscle building. So, not only can high-quality probiotics keep your gut healthy, when combined with high-quality whey protein, probiotics can enhance muscle development.

Sounds like a win-win scenario to me.

Wouldn’t you agree?

Now, if only someone would find a way to combine both high-quality whey protein and probiotics into the same powder… that would be something.

My Five Additional ‘Essentials’ Take Protein Powder to a Whole New Level

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Adding more fiber, probiotics, and calcium to whey protein helps build better balance muscle retention and recovery after a workout.

At this point, to achieve a more optimal level of whey protein powder geared more for your workout regimen, I really feel that the "9 Essentials" can be used as the baseline and tweaked with additional nutrients and ingredients (as well as making sure certain risky ingredients are not included).

Based on what I introduced above, here are five additional criteria I believe are necessary to give the "9 Essentials" an added boost…

  • Put even more emphasis on good taste – Sweeteners like digestive-resistant maltodextrin and Luo Han fit the bill.
  • Look for more fiber – Keeping yourself "regular" can be key to maintaining top performance levels.
  • Include probiotics in the formula – Helps to synthesize leucine to enhance building muscle and helps you maintain a healthy gut.
  • Focus on mineral content – In this case, calcium, which plays a key role in muscle contraction and is necessary for exercise recovery.
  • Avoid soy lecithin – This is a waste product laden with solvents and pesticides and should be shunned at all costs.

When these five are added to the "9 Essentials," we now have a minimum of 14 selection requirements I believe are needed for the optimal whey protein powder.

And once again, I’ve taken most of your guesswork out of finding such a difficult-to-find protein powder. That’s why I helped formulate a unique whey protein to meet and exceed the additional 5 requirements. I’ve yet to see another powder as good as Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics that satisfies and exceeds my challenging criteria.

One of the Healthiest Fibers on the Planet

As you already discovered, a high-quality whey protein is not only dependent on the ingredients that go into the formula, it’s also dependent on the right kind of processing to yield optimal nutritious results.

In developing Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics, one challenge that presented itself was how to include more fiber in the powder.

This was not a small task because the natural solution I wanted the most came from chia seeds… a food high in fiber, protein, and healthy fat. This has one of the best combinations of water-soluble and insoluble fibers on the planet.

Chia was a staple for Incan, Mayan, and Aztec cultures.

“Chia” is even the Mayan word for “strength”, and Chia seeds used to be referred to as "Indian Running Food" because they are so energizing. Apache and Aztec warriors sustained themselves by bringing the seeds along while on conquests.

The major issue faced by the manufacturing process was how to grind the chia seeds and add them to the formula without having them go rancid.

This is where a high-quality manufacturer became invaluable – with processes focused on avoiding rapid oxidation and rancification. Many producers of protein powder address this issue by using unnatural synthetic preservatives.

Using synthetic preservatives of any kind are unacceptable to me. And that totally applies to any manufacturing process.

My manufacturer of choice has not only solved the preservation problem in their innovative development of the O2B Peroxidation Blocker and CO2 DeepExtract processes, these application specific systems…

  • Completely avoid the use of synthetic preservative chemicals – Only use non-GMO ingredients
  • Are designed to protect sensitive essential oils like the ones present in chia seeds
  • Combine highly effective botanical ingredients to prevent the destructive oxidative, photochemical, and rancification reactions involved in chia seed grinding and processing
  • Improve efficacy – Isolation of key components potentially allows higher dosage and targeted performance
  • Supports adequate shelf-life and stability

By naturally protecting the chia seeds and essential oils from rancidity and oxidation, Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics contains added fiber without compromising shelf life and longevity.

All Ingredients Working Together to Provide a Super Protein Powder Not Available Until NOW

To show you the extraordinary nutrients incorporated into Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics, let’s take a deeper dive into a sample of the ingredients and their potential benefits….

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Mercola Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics… nutritious ingredients combined into a unique formula ready to help give you the high-quality meal supplementation and great taste you’ve been looking for.

Whey Protein Concentrate – Non-denatured, cold pressed pasture-fed cows’ whey protein… needed to support athletic performance, muscle recovery and buildup.  

This is the first time we have been able to introduce this higher-quality whey protein. It is a very serious upgrade with immune supporting components.

  • Sweet Whey – Non-denatured natural whey… helps replenish essential elements, electrolytes, and trace minerals lost during exercise.
  • Natural sweeteners – Both digestive-resistant maltodextrin and Luo Han used to enhance the overall taste.
  • Chia Seeds – Regarded by botanical experts as a super food, chia seeds are high in protein, fiber, and essential oils.
  • Coconut MCTs (medium-chain triglycerides) – Medium-chain fatty acids have been shown to be an ideal muscle fuel. MCTs can replenish muscle energy without raising insulin, support weight management, and promote lean muscle gain.
  • Sunflower Seed Lecithin – Unlike soy lecithin which is typically GMO, sunflower lecithin is 100% non-GMO… provides phospholipds and nutrients to support muscle performance and increase resiliency to stress, and provides the emulsification necessary to produce a great blended product.
  • Probiotics – We have formulated this product with15 billion count per serving of blended "good" bacteria… helps keep your gut healthy and helps synthesize leucine to support muscle development.

If you’re a demanding athlete and serious about whey protein, you must be impressed by the ingredients that make up Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics.

Not All Protein Powders are Created Equal

I am sure you have heard in recent years all of the comparisons regarding high-quality fats vs. low-quality fats. There are fats that are good for you, and obviously, fats that are no good for you. It can be the same with the quality of proteins.

Foods that are high in protein can also be high in carbohydrates and fats. So what comes along with the protein doesn’t always present optimal nutrition. The same can be said for many protein powders on the market today. There can be less desirable ingredients in them along with the protein. Taking a protein supplement like my Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics or the others I offer will give you the highest protein quality so you receive optimal nutritional value in your health regimen.

So it’s not only about protein supplementation, it’s about getting high-quality protein supplementation.

Which Protein Will You Choose?

On our site, you’ll find four different protein powders to satisfy different tastes and needs: Three whey concentrate proteins and a high-quality plant protein.

You’ll gain an edge in your daily regimen and overall health when you supplement your meal plan with any of our high-quality protein powders. You can increase your protein intake with any meal, after your workout, or when taking a break from your ketogenic diet.

Each one of these is specifically formulated to help you reach your fitness goals. Let’s take a look at each one:

Dr. Mercola Protein Powders
Organic Miracle Whey protein powder Organic Miracle Whey

A great-tasting USDA Certified Organic and immune-supporting protein powder consisting of whey protein concentrate sourced exclusively from pasture-raised cows from U.S. dairy farms. It’s loaded with protein, immune factor IgG and does not contain any added sugars.

Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics

This premium product is designed to improve your overall health and fitness goals. It contains a unique blend of high-quality whey protein, chia seeds and probiotics, as well as fiber and coconut MCTs (medium chain triglycerides). MCTs have been shown to be ideal muscle fuel.

Vegan Protein Pure Power Vegan Protein

Suitable for vegans and meat eaters alike, this unique protein includes a great-tasting perfect blend of five high-quality plant proteins, including pea, hemp and chia, together with the microalgae chlorella. Plus, it contains a five-fiber blend to support digestion.

Which Protein Powder Is Right for You?

One very important point to make here is that I still consider Miracle Whey® to be an excellent source of whey nutrition. You now simply have another option if you need and want even more from your protein powder as a serious athlete.

Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics simply takes the "9 Essentials" used to develop Miracle Whey, and enhances the formula even more. For some folks, Miracle Whey™ is all they need… for others, who demand even more, Mercola Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics, will provide even more benefits.

Here’s a chart comparing both whey protein powders… with highlights showing where Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics takes things to an even higher nutritional level for more demanding athletes…

Selection Criteria Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics Miracle Whey® 'Other' whey powders
All-natural pasture-fed cows’ whey?
  • Yes – Only uses whey from pasture-fed cows.
  • Yes – Only uses whey from pasture-fed cows.
Very few if any high-end protein powders use whey from pasture-fed cows.
  • Yes – It’s 100% GMO-free.
  • Yes – It’s 100% GMO-free.
Many protein powders use GMO ingredients.
  • Yes – Heat processing is never used in producing this whey.
  • Yes – Heat processing is never used in producing this whey.
A good majority of whey is heat processed which can damage the nutrient content.
Acid-free processing
  • Yes – Producer adheres to acid-free processing only. No exceptions.
  • Yes – Producer adheres to acid-free processing only. No exceptions.
Many producers use cheaper acid/ion exchange processes in making whey.
Whey protein concentrate?
  • Yes – Only whey protein concentrate is ever used… never whey isolate.
  • Yes – Only whey protein concentrate is ever used… never whey isolate.
The majority of whey produced uses whey isolate which may impact the nutrient value.
Free from toxic metals?
  • Yes – Powder is free from risky levels of toxic metals.
  • Yes – Powder is free from risky levels of toxic metals.
Some protein powders may contain risky levels of heavy metals like mercury, lead, cadmium, and arsenic.
Avoids soy lecithin
  • Yes – Only GMO-free sunflower lecithin used.
  • Yes – Only GMO-free sunflower lecithin used.
Many manufacturers use the waste product, soy lecithin, in their protein formulas.
Sweetened naturally?
  • Yes – Good taste is important and this whey takes some extra steps in ensuring a balanced, naturally derived delicious taste.
  • Yes – This whey never uses artificial sweeteners.
Many whey powders use synthetic, artificial sweeteners to cut costs.
Delivers high biological value?
  • Yes – The unique blend of whey, chia seeds, and probiotics yields a very high biological value.
  • Yes – This whey protein delivers a high biological value but not as much so as Mercola Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics.
Delivering high biological value is at best suspect in whey powders not using all-natural ingredients.
Easy to digest?
  • Yes – Contains medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) which aid digestion. Uses coconut MCTs to further enhance digestion and replenish muscle energy.
  • Yes – Contains medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) which aid digestion.
Most whey protein powders incorporate long-chain fatty acids which are harder to digest.
Includes generous, measurable fiber content?
  • Yes – Fiber content is 8 grams per serving (except Plain.)
  • Yes – Fiber content is 6 – 8g per serving (depending on the flavor) from digestive-resistant maltodextrin.
Very few whey powders focus on providing healthful fiber content or even list the per serving amount on the label.
Enhanced muscle nourishment?
  • Yes – Mercola Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics is focused on muscle nourishment with its unique set of natural building and recovery ingredients.
  • Yes – Certainly provides muscle nourishment, but not to the degree of Mercola Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics.
Most protein powders focused on muscle-building fail to include natural ingredients to really enhance muscle nourishment.
Includes probiotic blend of “good” bacteria?
  • Yes – Added blend of “good” 15 billion bacteria give this an added boost for demanding athletes.
  • This superb whey protein does not include an added probiotic blend.
Have not found any other protein powder to date with an added probiotic blend.

How Three Unique Ingredients Work Together to Deliver the Ultimate Nourishment

In many cases in nutrition, the sum of combinations of foods and supplements can be greater than the individual nutrient parts.

I believe that to be the case with Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics. The unique combination of naturally derived super foods… whey protein, chia seeds, and probiotics potentially…

  • Provides a high biological value – These three superfoods yield high absorption and digestion of protein powder.
  • Maximizes immune support – Made with Immuno Whey™ which is especially high in immuno components to help counteract oxidative stress caused by exercise.
  • Enhances muscle nourishment – Provides key nutrients required for nourishing muscles and triggering lean muscle gain.

The exclusive triple-power of whey protein, chia seeds, and probiotics is like no other I’ve seen in satisfying demanding athletes looking for the optimal fitness protein powder.

Plus, Convenient, Easy-to-Use Packaging

Unlike the plastic containers of the past, Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics now comes in innovative gusset bags.

By using a bag instead of the plastic container, much less space is used during the shipping process, therefore less fuel is used overall for transport.

In addition, the bag makes it easy to pour the last couple of servings into the scoop without making a mess, which can happen with rigid, round plastic containers. It’s simple to store and take it with you wherever you go.

I’m constantly working with my team to improve not just our product formulas and formulations, but how to make your life easier with container packaging improvements.

So… Are You Ready to Go to the Next Level?

If you’re someone more demanding about supporting your overall fitness and health, or want to take your exercise routine to the next level, Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics is something I strongly recommend.

There are many choices out there, but how many can even come close to making it through my rigorous evaluation? I can assure you I’ve only found ONE so far.

My team and I personally helped develop this formula ourselves… we simply weren’t satisfied with what we found in the marketplace.

Once again, I want to reiterate that many folks may still feel that Miracle Whey is all they need… and that’s fine and quite acceptable based on their needs.

Not everyone may be as health-conscious as you, and or even need the ultimate whey protein powder. I’m simply offering more protein power choices on my site to provide health-conscious people the flexibility they need… regardless of their health and fitness levels.

If you’d like this power-packed whey protein powder to help boost your overall health and reach your fitness goals, and nourish your body, order Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics today.

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  1. 1. How is Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics different from other 'outside' whey products?

    Several factors distinguish Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics from many of the other products on the market. Here are what some our customers tell us are important to them:

    • Made of pasture-fed cows' whey, never pesticide-treated or grain-fed.
    • Cold-processed. Many products on the market are heat-treated, compromising nutritional value.
    • Made from whey protein concentrates – not isolates (a compound separated from the whole food, sometimes made in a lab)
  2. 2. Does Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics have any soy in it? How about GMOs?

    Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics is both soy-free and GMO-free.

  3. 3. How is Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics different from other Mercola whey powders?

    Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics is a best-in-class product designed to support your overall health and fitness levels.* It contains a unique blend of high-quality whey protein, chia seeds, and probiotics, for those who demand an edge over their competition – or just an edge over their health.*

    Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics contains high levels of muscle-boosting leucine for benefits that reach beyond mere maintenance of muscles.* It can give you 8g or more of leucine without having to consume large amounts of protein and calories.*

  4. 4. Is Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics only for body builders or people who work out all the time?

    You do not need to be a body builder or work out incessantly to enjoy the benefits of Pure Power Whey Protein + Probiotics.* It may also be the perfect choice for you if you're trying to make great new strides in your health and fitness, and want to ramp it up quickly.*

  5. 5. What does pasture-fed mean?

    Pasture-fed means the cows are free to roam so they can eat the healthy grasses Nature intended them to eat. They are not cooped up in tight or unsanitary conditions. 

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