I didn't have any dairy products in my diet for 40 years because I thought I was lactose intolerant. Now I know that I have bad reactions to poor quality, over processed, fat reduced dairy products. But I have no problem at all with Wild Whey, or Whole Milk products from grass fed cows. Organic is another bonus. I'm using Wild Whey to get easily digestible protein for body weight gain - especially muscle. I LOVE Wild products!
I wish it had a little more chocolate flavor and was a tad sweeter.
I buy this for my daughter and she absolutely loves it. She is very particular about what she eats and researches everything about the products before she decides on one and this has passed her test. Bonus part is it is delicious as well.
Where Wild Whey Milk Comes From
Open-pasture ranches in Australia where hormone-free happy and healthy dairy cows graze on organic pastures year-round.
Not Your Typical Protein Powder
All the processing that regular whey goes through results in a denaturing of the many beneficial biologically-active properties that are inherent in raw milk (there's a lot of nutrition in milk because babies need to grow).
Wild Whey is a non-denatured, native whey protein that is not only good for you but also tastes great!
Wild Whey undergoes the most minimal processing possible.
Why Choose Wild Whey?
Because your health, results and performance matter to you and you need a protein that reflects that importance!
Because you want the best quality and the creamiest taste. Wild Whey made from milk is the creamiest, most delicious whey on the market.
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Wild Whey FAQ's
Wild Whey is made from the dairy milk of Australian dairy cows that graze year-round on lush green organic pastures. Our cows are humanely treated and happy cows that are a blend of A2 and A1 (A2 whenever possible). Breeds are a mix of Holstein and fewer numbers of Guernsey.
"Native" means that the whey is made directly from milk and not from cheese the way most protein powders are made. When whey is made from cheese curds (a byproduct of the cheese-making industry), the milk is twice "denatured," meaning it is twice pasteurized and processed. This processing and denaturing, often done with harsh chemicals and mechanical methods, breaks down the milk product during each step, resulting in less nutrition and killing almost all of the beneficial biologically active components of raw milk.
There is little regulation in whey protein manufacturing, but as a general rule, if your whey is cheap, tastes like chalk, and is full of all kinds of artificial sweetens and fillers, you shouldn't put it in your body. Your body is not made to consume foodstuffs that have been heavily processed this way.
Many of the big brand whey protein companies get the denatured leftover cheese curds from cheese manufacturers for pennies. This is how they can afford to charge so little for their protein powder. When it comes to whey protein, you get what you pay for!
Wild Whey contains less than 1% casein. We've had customers in the past with sensitivity to casein yet totally love Wild Whey and find they tolerate it well.
Wild Whey contains trace amounts of lactose.
Cysteine is a sulfur-containing amino acid found in foods like poultry, eggs, dairy, red peppers, garlic and onions. It works as an antioxidant, in the production of collagen (a component of hair, skin and nails) and is also used in the body to create glutathione, another important antioxidant.
Cystine, which is formed from two cysteine molecules joined together, is more stable than cysteine, but may not be absorbed as well. This amino acid is also a component of hair, skin and nails. However, there is no evidence that supplementing with cystine improves hair, skin or nail health, and it is rarely used as a dietary supplement.
Our bulk natural whey options come in recycled kraft paper bags and metallic food bags with a resealable ziplock top.
Please see the products images for nutritional facts based on the size and flavor.
Vital immune boosting, regenerative and glutathione producing proteins are found in Wild Whey.
Wild Whey is not certified organic. The standards for the dairy cows and the grass they eat follow organic protocols. Our dairy cows graze on open organic pastures in Australia and are never administered growth hormones or antibiotics.
You can also use a blender but on low speed. And if you have other ingredients, like in a smoothie for example, just pulse or blend on low and it's fine. It's the high-speed, high-heat that can damage the beneficial nutrition in the whey!
The filtration process separates the whey from the casein. There are only trace amounts of casein in Wild Whey.
Yes! Our 1.3lb Plastic Jars are BPA-Free food safe HDPE plastic containers.
The recycled kraft paper and mylar bags that other sizes come in are also BPA-Free.
2 grams per serving.
Our cows are a blend of A2 and A1 cows (A2 whenever possible). Breeds are a mix of Holstein with fewer numbers of Guernsey.
They sure do! They roam on large organic grass pastures in Australia and are humanely treated and never administered any antibiotics or anything like that.
Gum acacia/gum arabic is used as stabilizers in the food industry and helps mixability of the protein. It is a natural product derived from the sap of the acacia trees.
It is also used in pharmaceuticals as a demulcent (relieves inflammation and irritation). It is used topically for healing wounds and has been shown to inhibit the growth of bacteria and plaque in the mouth.
Nope! Nothing but pure grass-fed whey protein!
Wild Whey Gress-Fed Whey Protein Natural Flavor: Proserum® Native Whey protein concentrate
Wild Whey Gress-Fed Whey Protein Creamy Vanilla Flavor: Proserum® Native Whey protein concentrate, natural flavors, gum acacia, stevia
Wild Whey Gress-Fed Whey Protein Dark Chocolate Flavor: Proserum® Native Whey protein concentrate, natural cocoa powder, natural flavor, gum acacia, stevia
Yes, our manufacturer for whey is GMP certified.
Yes. Both grass-fed and grass-finished.