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There are tons of different companies selling protein powders and – of course – each claims to have some distinct advantage.   But Naked Nutrition works hard to guarantee the absolute best product available and, to prove it, we're going to compare our protein powders with some of the others out there.   This week: Impact Whey Protein by Myprotein.   Sourcing   The first thing you should consider when comparing two different proteins is exactly where their protein comes from. Unfortunately, th...

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It's probably pretty safe to assume that you take whey protein powder because you know that it's good for you. You likely do not even consider the idea that whey could be hurting you in some way.   The sad – and dangerous – truth, though, is that many whey proteins are doing exactly that. How? What's the potential danger of taking whey? What can you do to keep yourself safe?   Hidden Ingredients   In 2010, trusted watchdog magazine Consumer Reports performed a detailed analysis of 15 popular ...

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Generally, when people look at the nutrition and ingredient information on a tub of whey protein, they're pretty much concerned with once thing: the protein content. And, really, this makes sense. After all, it is a protein supplement.   Knowing this, manufacturers do all they can to up the concentration of that all-important macronutrient in hopes of attracting and keeping customers. There's a pretty significant problem with this approach, though.   Whey is about much more than protein. Or, ...

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If you've ever taken the time to glance over the ingredients label of your foods, you know it can be a pretty surprising experience.   Seemingly straightforward foods – things that should have one or two ingredients – are generally stuffed with tons of different substances, many of which have long, complex and confusing names.   Whey protein, for example, really should just have one ingredient: Whey. After all, the popular protein source is a derivative of milk and, once it's separated from t...

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Within the past few years, powdered peanut butter has become a pretty dominant force in the dietary landscape. After all, it tastes like standard peanut butter, but is nutritionally superior and far more adaptable.   But still, a common concern connected with peanut butter might worry some potential powdered peanut butter users – aflatoxin.   What exactly is aflatoxin? Does it mean that powdered peanut butter is dangerous?   Aflatoxin – What It Is and What It Does   As you may or may not be a...

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