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Mixes well with milk, green tea or in a smoothie. A good product. I would have paid extra for the same whey sweetened with Stevia, which is a much healthier choice and natural, not GMO. Average rating: 5/5 - Number of reviews: 200 New Zealand Whey Protein Concentrate Grass-Fed New Zealand Whey Protein and the New Zealand Dairy Industry is perhaps the most advanced dairy producer on the globe which is consequently reflected in the products the industry produces. Definitely sweet enough and no overpowering protein taste. the taste is good and you can taste the vanilla … highly recommend Riley on 02/05/2015 Absolutely love this protein powder. The thing that blows my mind about this product is the great value. Pardon the pun, but it's smooth and filling.” mike on 07/08/2015 having used whey products for decades this concentrate is outstanding in every way especially as to taste. As long as this is around I won't be drinking any other protein.


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He went on to say that a high-calorie protein breakfast, medium-sized lunch and a small supper is a proven strategy for weight control, cravings and blood sugar concerns. The protein source and quality is important, said Jabubowicz. When looking to reduce hunger and support healthy blood sugar levels, a whey protein breakfast significantly out-performs other protein sources and breakfast choices. Humans are well-equipped to digest whey protein, as mothers milk has four times the amount of whey compared to cows milk. Whey protein comes from cows milk, and is the natural by-product of making cheese. When the milk curdles, the whey literally drips off the curds, thus the famous nursery rhyme, Little Miss Muffet, eating her curds and whey. It is important that the whey protein is organic concentrate free of additives, rather than an isolate. At LifeSpa, we have sourced a non-processed, undenatured whey protein powder from hormone- and chemical-free New Zealand cows. The whey is made the old fashioned way.


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In addition, because of new investment in oceans and freshwater science, the department is receiving an additional $24 million each year that will be devoted exclusively to science activities that support healthy fish stocks. This enables the department to do more stock assessments on commercial species and species at risk. Fisheries and Oceans Canada is also building new, important partnerships with academia, environmental groups, and other organizations to ensure that we have the best available science to support our decisions. For example, the department is providing more than half a million dollars to Ocean Networks Canada to organize its Pacific fisheries, mammal and ocean data. The pilot project supports open science, with the end goal of making our data more accessible and user-friendly for stakeholders, academia and Canadians. Quote "We have already taken concrete steps to improve how we manage our fisheries and to make our information more accessible to the public. We are making progress-but there's still a lot more work to do. I strongly believe in the important role played by our environmental partners, such as Oceana Canada. Together, we can work to ensure Canada's fisheries thrive for generations to come." The Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard Quick Facts The Sustainability Survey for Fisheries consists of 17 questions on various aspects of fisheries management for 159 major fish stocks ranging from stock status and bycatch to lost gear and species at risk. The funding for Ocean Networks Canada (more than half a million dollars) comes from a new $5 million Partnership Fund as part of the Budget 2016 investment of $197.1 million in ocean and freshwater science.


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