Is Grass Fed Whey Really Better For You?

by Mara Welty April 01, 2023 1 min read

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Grass-fed whey protein has a number of benefits over conventional factory-farmed whey. Cows raised on factory farms are fed genetically modified, pesticide-treated grains, and are given hormones and antibiotics to boost milk production.

Grass-fed whey protein is not only nutritionally superior, but is free of hormones, antibiotics and chemicals. Many superfood meal replacement shakes use whey that is nutritionally deficient due to overprocessing. Grass-fed whey is a superior protein source that helps you lose body fat while helping keep lean muscle.

Grass Fed Whey Benefits

  • Provides amino acids and proteins for lean muscle
  • Promotes muscle strength, endurance and recovery
  • Supports higher metabolic rate and fat-burning levels
  • No antibiotics, no GMOs, no growth hormones, no soy
  • Higher in nutrients with complete amino acid profile compared with grain-fed whey
  • Rich in glutamic acid and BCAAs for muscle recovery
  • Higher levels of CLA, shown to reduce body fat while preserving lean muscle tissue
  • Superior taste and texture compared with grain fed whey
  • Aids in weight loss and reduction of body fat
  • Mixes easier than grain-fed whey, eliminating clumping

The grass fed whey used in INVIGOR8 is free of  hormones, antibiotics, chemicals, gluten, wheat and sugar.

The INVIGOR8 Weight-Loss Family

Our weight-loss products all work great on their own, but they work even better together! Try our Superfood Shake in combination with our Collagen Peptides or Fat Burner to promote healthy weight loss.

See results in weeks, or your money back! Guaranteed!

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