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The same enzymes : Break down both, so technically neither is harder than the other. ...Read more
QualityFoodAlwaysBut: Avoid marketed/processed stuff hyped, sold for delusions & exempted by dshea act 1994 havingtocheck/prove/state either benefits or harms to customers who choose to purchase. Eat real food, saturated fats & protein foods (meat, eggs, cheese, avocados, only complex/low-carb veggies) & exercise for ?muscle. Study: big fat lies, mcgovern's report, science for smart people, dietdoctor, my answers here. ...Read more
Here are some ...: All available studies have revealed no conclusive evidence to cause kidney damage although possible increased risk of renal stone and possible stress onto the already sick kidneys. Generally speaking, their use for ordinary healthy kidneys should be okay and poses no known risk to the kidneys. More? To http://www.livestrong.com/article/261806-whey-protein-kidney-damage/. Best wishes ... ...Read more
Is hemp protein replace meat protein for kidney failure? Is seems hemp protein can be digest easier?
Hemp protein: Hemp protein contains healthy nutrients for the body. It contains significant amounts of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids. It also contains 21 amino acids, including all of the essential amino acids. Plant proteins such as hemp have been shown in animal experiments to place less strain on the kidneys. The researchers speculate that hemp protein contains large amounts of arginine, and arginine supports kidney functioning. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably not: Probably not, but since there are numerous products on the market, you will need to look at the ingredient list for the product in question, and it should be listed (or not listed) there. ...Read more
Will supplementing a lower protein semi-vegetarian diet with whey protein powder improve immune function?
Probably: This depends on sufficiency of protein in your diet but deficiency of Amino Acids is not unusual ; grows more common as we age, as most over age 60 produce insufficient hydrochloric acid, needed to digest protein. Low protein impairs immune function; whey is a superb source proven to increase glutathione, important for immune function. There are big differences in quality-see http://bit.Ly/1fpottv. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unknown: I don't think that data is known. ...Read more
Whey vs hydrolysate.: Smaller protein products made from whey using enzymes and/or water which is sometimes referred to as "hydrolysate" versus the unchanged, whole protein of whey or milk protein which is called Casein. The difference is that one has been broken into smaller pieces and is usually safe for those who have an allergy to the milk protein Casein. Hydrolysate of Casein is usually more expensive. Best wishes ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Different substances: 80% of protein in milk is casein, 20% whey. They have different balances of amino acids, whey is absorbed more quickly and they have different effects. See http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/satternorton.htm and http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/casein_vs_whey_protein.htm and https://www.t-nation.com/supplements/whey-vs-casein-the-real-story for more details. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Excess calories of any nature, regardless of the source, will be stored by the body as fat. ...Read more