- 100% extra grade sweet dairy whey
- Available in 1 lb & 2.5 lb
Made from concentrated, dehydrated whey derived from liquid sweet dairy whey, which is a rich source of lactose. Whey protein supports intestinal health by promoting the growth of beneficial probiotic bacteria in the gut.*
Sweet dairy whey can also be used to partially substitute white sugar or non-fat milk in recipes.
Ingredients: Sweet Dairy Whey
Allergen Warning: Derived from dairy (milk). Contains lactose.
Suggested Use: To make liquid whey, a nutritious drink abundant in minerals and protein, add 2 heaping tablespoons to a cup of hot or cold water or juice.
Store tightly sealed in a cool, dry place.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What type of milk is Health-A-Whey sourced from?
A: Our whey comes from cow’s milk.
Q: Is Health-A-Whey derived from BSE-free cows?
A: According to the USDA and the World Health Organization, scientific research indicates that the bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) agent in an infested animal cannot be transmitted in cow’s milk, even if the milk comes from a cow with BSE. Milk and milk products, including dairy whey, are considered safe from BSE contamination.
Q: Is Health-A-Whey derived from grass-fed cows?
Q: Is Health-A-Whey derived from rBGH (rBST) free milk?
Q: Is the whey pasteurized or is it raw?
A: The whey is pasteurized.
Q: What does Extra Grade mean?
A: Dry whey products in the US fall under certain standards set by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Extra Grade meets certain requirements for flavor, physical appearance, milk fat content, and moisture content.
Q: What is sweet whey?
A: Whey is a byproduct of cheese-making. “Sweet” refers to whey with a pH ≥5.6, coming from certain cheeses, such as cheddar and mozzarella, as opposed to “acid” whey that has a pH ≤5.1. Despite the name, there is no sweetener added to sweet whey.
Q: Is Health-A-Whey the same as whey protein powder supplements?
A: No. Sweet dairy whey powder has less protein than concentrated whey protein powders often marketed as muscle-building and weight management products, which are usually listed as whey protein isolate or hydrolyzed whey protein.
Q: Is Health-A-Whey suitable for individuals with lactose intolerance?
A: No. Health-A-Whey contains lactose, the natural sugar found in dairy milk.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- Weight: 18.4 oz
- Width: 3 in
- Depth: 3 in
- Height: 6.5 in