The Best Whey Protien is Caprotein
Premium Goat Milk Protein
What is Caprotein?
Caprotein is a
premium quality goats’ milk protein powder.
It is minimally processed by Mt.
Capra. The majority of other protein supplements are
made from cows’ milk and use several harsh processing steps including heating
at high temperature. Mt. Capra
goats are free range and are not exposed to pesticides, herbicides, growth
hormones or antibiotics. Caprotein
contains all essential amino acids for optimal protein absorption. Caprotein is tolerated well by most
people. Caprotein is partially
predigested lacto-fermented. This
process assists digestion and absorption while providing the body with
beneficial probiotics and enzymes.
Caprotein is the
highest quality goats’ milk protein powder available. Caprotein is high in amino acids and is a
complete protein source. These building
blocks of protein are crucial for optimal health. Caprotein provides a balanced combination of
whey protein and milk protein. Most
animal protein supplements only provide one part of the proteins found in
to find and support the idea that a combination of milk protein and whey
protein is superior to isolated whey proteins.
Caprotein also provides a
favorable ratio of potassium to sodium.
Why do we need protein?
Proteins are the
building blocks of human life, essential for normal growth. Proteins have many important chemicals
including immunoglobulin and enzymes.
Proteins form the foundation of muscles, bones, skin, hair, blood and
heart. Lack of dietary protein can
hinder these foundational areas.
Proteins contain approximately 22 amino acids. Eight of those amino acids are essential
because the body cannot produce them, therefore they must be obtained from our
diet. Caprotein contains all of the
essential amino acids for optimal health and is tolerated well by most people.
Caprotein vs. Vegetable Protein
Animal sources of
protein such as Caprotein are the only source of complete protein
available. This provides many advantages
over vegetarian sources (such as soy/rice) because they are typically low in
one or more of the essential amino acids even though overall protein content is
Size: 20g (Approx 2 level Tbsp.)
Per Container: 23
Calories 74 Calories from Fat 14g Total Fat 1g
Fat <1g Cholesterol 10mg
Carbohydrate 4g Dietary Fiber 0g Sugar 2g
Protein 15g Calcium 140mg
Alanine 226mg Arginine 256mg Aspartic Acid 606mg
Cystine/2 21mg Glutamic
Acid 1848mg Glycine 122mg
Histidine 250mg *Isoleucine
392mg *Leucine 830mg
*Lysine 634mg *Methionine
230mg *Phenylalanine 436mg
Proline 938mg *Serine 440mg
*Tryptophan 49mg Tyrosine
342mg *Valine 632mg
*Essential Amino Acids
Ingredients: Goat-Milk Protein, Fermented Goat-Milk Protein, Vanilla Flavor,