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Fat Loss Tips and Tricks, Exercise

Fat Loss Tips and Tricks, Exercise

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This is a relatively simple ebook which gives straight forward, common sense, easy to apply fat loss tips and techniques that everybody should be doing on a daily basis. No rocket science here, just straight talking , down to earth techniques you should put into practice right now. Follow this link for Bodybuilding Revealed
This is a relatively simple ebook which gives straight forward, common sense, easy to apply fat loss tips and techniques that everybody should be doing on a daily basis. No rocket science here, just straight talking , down to earth techniques you should put into practice right now. Follow this link for Bodybuilding Revealed

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When we talk about whey we are actually referring to a complex milk–based
ingredient made up of protein, lactose, fat and minerals. Protein is the
best–known component of whey and is made up of many smaller protein
subfractions such as: beta–lactoglobulin, al-
pha–lactalbumin, immunoglobulins (IgGs),
glycomacropeptides, bovine serum albumin
(BSA) and minor peptides such as lactoper-
oxidases, lysozyme and lactoferrin.

Each of the subfractions found in whey pro-
tein has its own unique biological properties.
Modern fltering technology has improved
dramatically in the past decade, allowing
companies to separate some of the highly
bioactive peptides — such as lactoferrin and
lactoperoxidase — from whey.

The Whey to Weight Loss!

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Fat Loss Facts, Tips & Tricks:

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Some of these subfractions are only found in very
minute amounts in cow’s milk, often less than one
percent (e.g., lactoferrin, lactoperoxidase, etc.)

Te medicinal properties of whey have been known
for centuries. For example, an expression from Flor-
ence, Italy, circa 1650, was:

“ Chi vuol viver sano e lesto beve scotta e cena presto”

which translates into English as: “If you want to live a healthy and active
life, drink whey and dine early.”

Another expression from Italy regarding the benefts of whey (circa 1777)
was

“Allevato con la scotta il dottore e in bancarotta.”

Which translates into English “If everyone were raised on whey, doctors
would be bankrupt.”

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