The 7 Best Low-Carb, Keto-Friendly Protein Powders

The 7 Best Low-Carb, Keto-Friendly Protein Powders

August 3, 2019 0 By William Morgan


how’re we doing everybody I’m just going
to wait a minute to see if a few more
people show up hey what’s up Raeleen
today hey Joyce Elise sub Danielle I
hope you feelin better choice
what’s everyone up to alright so I guess
we can get started today we are talking
about the seven best low-carb keto
friendly protein powders what’s up Lisa
so I’ve been asked a lot what are some
of the best protein powders out there
and why so that is why I decided to do
this topic tonight pretty much all
protein powders are little carb
and keto friendly so if they’re not then
you have to seriously decide where
you’re getting your protein got it from
so in my experience the difference
between expensive powder and a non
expensive powder is head one really just
mixes better a lot of them have the same
stuff in them you want to look out for
ones that don’t have too much fillers in
them so but we’ll go over all that so
from weight loss to better blood sugar
control to healthy aging the benefits of
protein are well-established while you
can likely meet your protein needs
through your diet protein powders offer
a convenient and easy way to increase
your intake the best time for protein
powder is usually like after your
workout not a lot of people get the
amount of protein that you need so the
record the recommended amount that you
should get in a day for an average
person is point eight grams of protein
per 2.2 pounds of body weight I’ll write
that up
so it’s it’s pretty much point eight
grams per one kilogram of body weight
who here thinks that they actually get
that because not many people do so let’s
move on
the first powder is the one that Jen
generally a lot of people use is whey
protein isolate
so whey protein is derived from dairy so
if you have dairy issues then this is
not for you owing to its amina amino
acid profile whey protein is a high
quality source of protein that your body
can digest and absorb quickly that’s why
it’s kind of best for after your
workouts the two main types of whey
protein are concentrate and isolate
during the manufacturing process of whey
protein powder much of the lactose the
milk sugar is filtered out leave in a
condensed product called whey protein
concentrate weight way protein
concentrate contains 35 to 80 percent
protein by weight for instance a typical
scoop of 80 percent whey protein by
weight will contain about 25 grams of
protein and 3 to 4 grams of carbs whey
protein concentrate is then further
processed and filtered to make even more
concentrated product called whey protein
isolate which goes 90 to 95 percent
protein by weight whey protein isolates
have the highest percentage of pure
protein and the lowest number of cars
for sure
of any way protein so typically this
will probably cost you more for example
one scoop 31 grams of I so pure which is
just say a whey protein product contains
zero carbs and 25 grams of protein one
scoop of nutria bio has just one gram of
carbs and 25 grams of protein
the next protein that a lot of people
use is casein protein which is a
slow-release protein which is typically
good to eat before you go to bed when
you sleep your body fasts and when you
fast your body still needs energy so it
will take it from anywhere your fat your
sugars in your body and your muscle so
if we were to eat casein protein before
you go to bed they can protect your
muscle better casein the other milk
protein is also high in quality but
digested and absorbed much more slowly
by your body than way this makes casein
protein ideal for periods of fasting
such as before bed or in between meals
like it’s way counterpart casein protein
powder undergoes processing that extract
carbs and fats leaving a concentrated
source of protein caseins not only offer
a few carbs and generous amounts of
protein but they’re good source of
calcium
and other amino acids use more water to
mix casein in powder than you would with
way as casein tends to thicken when
stirred next is egg protein eggs are one
of the most nutritious foods that you
can eat they’re actually considered one
of the best complete proteins which
means that it has all your essential
amino acids everything like that they’re
packed with protein essential vitamins
and minerals and other important
nutrients like choline which is
important for proper brain and nervous
system function egg white protein
powders are manufactured by removing the
yolks and dehydrating the remaining egg
whites turning them into powder
since egg egg whites naturally hold
trivial amounts of carbs and fed egg
white protein powders are a good option
if you’re following a low carb diet egg
new yolk protein powders do contain a
relatively high amount of cholesterol
which was long thought to raise
cholesterol levels in your body and
contribute to heart disease however
research suggests that dietary
cholesterol has little to no effect on
blood cholesterol levels and most people
so it was a thought for a very long time
that you shouldn’t eat the yolks because
eggs have so much cholesterol this isn’t
the case it affects your body different
when you have high cholesterol it
typically comes from genetics if you’re
overweight that will do it too but
genetics plays a huge role or a
classroom
the next is collagen protein I’ve done
another webcam in collagen so feel free
to look that up collagen is the most
common structural protein in your body
it’s primarily found in your hair skin
nails bones ligaments and tendons
collagen is unique composition of amino
acids gives it many health benefits such
as promoting body composition and older
adults as well as healthy skin and
joints
however collagen lacks one of the
essential amino acids that your body
needs for good health because your body
can’t make essential amino acids and
must get them from your diet collagen
protein powder also called collagen
peptides is made from animal by-products
usually cowhide cow bones chicken bones
eggshell membranes and fish scales well
it sounds delicious most available
collagen protein powders are tasteless
and unflavored making them great to
start in a soup or drink like coffee so
right now there’s like a collagen craze
going on it’s just you know it’s just
another trend that pops up in nutrition
everybody raves about it without really
doing any research or anything like that
the benefits of collagen protein powders
because it’s tasteless you can mix it
into anything so that you get your
proteins most available called collagen
protein powders that yeah I read that
what’s more they’re naturally carb free
which is good for keto
flavored collagen protein powders are
fortified with medium chain
triglycerides which are fats found in
foods like coconut oil’s MCTS are easily
digested and absorbed providing your
body with an alternative source of fuel
particularly when you severely restrict
carbs as with the keto type the next
type of protein is soy protein isolate
soy beans are type of legume that’s
naturally high in protein soy protein
powder is created by grinding soy beans
into a meal and then into soy protein
isolate which consists of 90 to 90 95
percent protein by weight and it’s
practically free of carbs keep in mind
that manufacturers sometimes add sugar
and flavorings that can contribute
contribute to unwanted touch so before
you buy a protein look at all the
ingredients I would do some research
mainly
views from other people for example blah
blah blah now this one over different
companies that sell soy protein isolate
one of the one of the products called
now sports holds 13 grams of carbs and
25 grams of protein per scoop a better
option is an under flavored product by
the same company which has zero carbs
and 20 grams for protein per scoop they
do this just so that it tastes better
and people will be more likely to buy
the next one is P protein isolate these
are another type of legume that
naturally contains a sizable amount of
protein similar to soy protein isolate P
protein powder is made by granting dry
please blah blah blah manufacturers
frequently add sugar and therefore carbs
to increase the taste
so to summarize P protein tastes pretty
bad I’ve had milk it was like pee milk
and it tasted like teats so let me add
something the last one which I didn’t
know about is rice protein isolate rice
protein is a popular plant-based protein
particularly because it’s hypoallergenic
most rice protein powders contain 80
percent of protein by weight less than
the protein teleports well rice is
particularly rich in carbs rice protein
powder is typically made by treating
brown rice with enzymes that cause the
carbs to separate from the
so those are the seven types of protein
now we’re going to talk a little bit
about how to make the protein so that
you can actually deal with so how to add
flavor to unflavored products in a
healthy way if you spray for an
unflavored animal or plant based protein
powder there are several ways to make
them taste so these include adding small
amounts of cocoa powder you can stir the
powder into low calorie beverages like
almond milk or powdered drink mixes you
can drizzle it in sugar-free syrup
artificial sweeteners like Splenda
stevia stuff like that although I would
recommend it you can mix unflavored
protein powder into soup stews or
oatmeal like the collagen you can put
them in pudding or you can add spices
such as cinnamon that all makes it taste
really good so to summarize the whole
article protein powders are an easy and
versatile way to supplement your diet
many are inherently low in carbs since
they’re extracted during the
manufacturing process the milk proteins
whey and casein and egg proteins are
some the best low carb and keto friendly
protein powders while collagen proteins
typically typically contain no carbs but
have less protein than way or egg
varieties plant-based protein powders
made from soy peas or rice also make an
excellent fit for a low carb lifestyle
well flavored version of these powder
often Harbor more carbs unflavored
versions contain almost none all in all
it’s easy to select from several protein
powders to optimize whether you’re
either on a low carb or keto based diet
so some of the stuff that I do if you
get a whey protein jug you mix it with
milk tastes exactly like a milkshake
it’s delicious
another thing that I recently started
doing was you get a blender just like a
magic bullet you you can put anything
I’ve been doing milk ice you can put in
spinach or shoes and then you add the
protein powder and when you mix it all
up cam and taste it tastes really good
actually so my suggestion especially for
something like breakfast is research
different types of smoothies and
breakfast rinks that contain tons of
nutrients without all the terrible taste
and there’s tons of them out there and
it’s easy you wake up 15 minutes before
you go to work and blend it take it with
you so that is it for today thanks
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