IsoDrive Whey Isolate
IsoDrive® protein powder is extracted through Micro ltration; this is a ltration process that removes the larger, less absorbable protein molecules while ltering out fat, lactose and ash. The membranes used for this process are extremely ne and have the ability to remove even more lactose, ash and fat than the process of ultra-ltration which is used for lower quality whey protein products.
The holy grail of high-end Whey Isolate Protein is Cross-Flow Micro ltered Whey Protein Isolate. Using this sophisticated process Driven is able to produce IsoDrive, an Ultra-Pure Protein that maintains an optimal macronutrutient ratio, yielding 24 g Protein, 1 g Carbohydrate and 0 g Fat (variation dependent on avor).
IsoDrive protein powder is a Whey Protein Isolate meaning it contains the highest concentration of protein; about 90% concentration of protein due to the Proprietary CTP™ Cross-Flow Micro ltration Process. IsoDrive is also an instantized protein powder; it mixes extremely easily and tastes incredible in liquid when combined with a spoon or shaker cup.
“IsoDrive is 98% lactose free!”
Other whey processing technologies using higher temperatures may cause irreversible unfolding of the protein fractions that can drastically reduce the biological activity of the protein. Based on solubility at pH of 4.6, IsoDrive Whey Protein Isolate has a mere 3% denatured proteins, which is approximately 10% less than ion-exchange whey protein isolates and typically less than other Micro ltration whey protein isolates. IsoDrive Whey Protein Isolates also contain up to 12 times more native GMP than ion-exchange whey protein isolates.
Here is the down low on the upside of using whey isolate. Whey is a milk product derived from cheese manufacturing. It’s uses go far beyond adding quality protein to your diet, it can be found in everything from conditioners and facial moisturizers to cake batters.
As you might expect the quality and bioavailability of whey used in cake batter and high quality whey isolate is worlds apart. Read more…