Lactose, also known as ‘milk sugar’, is a complex carbohydrate, accounting for about 2-8 percent of the dry matter content of milk. We mainly need lactose during infancy, and therefore it is not uncommon that in adulthood your body does not produce any lactase enzyme, required to break down lactose, which causes lactose intolerance. Today nearly 75% of the world’s population suffers from lactose intolerance.
Protein is an essential building block of our body, a source of nutrients made up from amino acids produced by our body and supplemented from external sources. It contributes to maintaining muscles during workout, a diet and your everyday life. You need more protein if you regularly do sports, if you want to increase your muscle mass and as you get older.
A quick, convenient and highly effective way to supplement your protein intake is to drink protein supplements; all you need is protein powder, a shaker and some water or milk. Protein powder can be derived from milk, as well as from animal or plant sources or their combination. Their absorption can be fast (30-40 minutes), moderate (1-2 hours) or slow (more than 2 hours).
1 scoop twice a day
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