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    vanilla cream

    One of the best tasting products I have tried.

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    Plain, simple, quality

    I got this for my husband's after-workout protein drink. He is very pleased with it. We feel confident in having quality ingredients without all the added flavors, colors, etc.

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    Love the cost effective bag option, Great product!

    I love this whey protein.
    I got the non-flavored more cost-effective option. I really appreciate that they offer it at such a good price!
    I just add my own stevia etc.

    Besides being high in the good stuff (glutathione precursors & more) It’s also low in the “bad” because although Cholesterol is a necessary thing, if it’s exposed to oxygen it becomes oxidized.
    This whey is much lower in cholesterol than some, about half the amount compared to another brand I had, so I’m really happy about that.
    Besides the fact that’s it’s as little processed as possible from grass fed cows in Australia.

    Tip try blending up your favorite smoothie and then add this at the end and blend shortly. It thickens and whips up nicely. Especially when added to a already creamy (young coconut / frozen fruit & ice cubes) smoothie. Add a little lime juice, lime peel & stevia (to balance the lime’s sourness) for a delightfully bright flavor.

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    R.
    Great Taste & Mixes Easily

    I am on the go with my work and many days I don't have a lengthy time to eat or prepare food. For me, add water and go! A high quality protein to nourish my body so I can keep up with the demands of my day without compromising myself nutritionally. 👍

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    Great Whey!

    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!

    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.

    Wild Whey Resources

    Wild Whey FAQ's

    Where is the milk from?
    What does "non-denatured, native whey protein" mean?
    Does Wild Whey have casein? I'm sensitive to casein.
    How much lactose is in Wild Whey?
    What is cysteine and why is it beneficial from non-denatured whey protein?
    What type of package does the 5oz, 10oz, 2.5lb and 5lb Natural sizes come in?
    What are the nutrition facts of Wild Whey?
    What beneficial nutrition is in Wild Whey compared to typical whey protein?
    Is Wild Whey ​organic?
    Is this mixable without a blender? I have read that it isn't good as far as maintaining its properties.
    What happens to the casein naturally found in the milk?
    Are the plastic containers BPA-Free?
    How many carbs in a serving?
    What breed of cows and milk are used?
    Do the cows live and graze in open pastures?
    Why do you use gum acacia in your whey?
    Does the natural flavor have any other ingredients?
    What are the ingredients?
    Are you certified GMP?