Whey Protein Facts:
How a World Class Protein is Precision Engineered
Registered Cold Process™ Undenatuted Protein
Let there be no mistake, heat damages protein. Especially whey protein. Heat processing ruptures and reforms whey protein molecules. It's called denaturing, and it makes digestion and absorption difficult.
Scientific studies show that when heat is used to dry whey protein it burns (melts) thousands of cross-linked bonds into the amino acid structure. When this denatured protein is ingested, the enzymes in your intestines work overtime trying to break it down. For many, it's uncomfortable, and when all is said and done little of the melted protein is absorbed - and any resulting nitrogen retention is negligible...