Wild Whey is not like most protein powders on the market.
Wild Whey is an undenatured, native whey protein that is not only good for you but also tastes great! "Native" means that the whey is made directly from milk.
Most other whey powders found in stores are made from the liquid leftover after curdling milk and draining off the milk curds, which is a byproduct of the cheese and yogurt making process. This leftover whey was once considered industrial waste, until someone figured out how to make it into a powder. Unfortunately this commercialized whey undergoes more than necessary forms of heat, acid or enzymatic treatments, each of which damage the product. All of this processing results in a denaturing of the many beneficial biologically-active properties that are inherent in raw milk.
Wild Whey is different. It is an undenatured native whey protein made from the grass-fed milk of happy cows that roam and graze on organic pastures year round. This native undenatured whey is made directly from milk and does not go through any of the industrial cheesemaking process. The milk used to produce Wild Whey is gently pasteurized at the lowest minimum temperature allowed by law, then immediately air-cooled using ambient air temperature as a means of protecting as much of the beneficial nutrition as possible.
What you get is a creamy powder that has a pleasant and faint milky aroma and flavor. It tastes great with water and even better in a smoothie or shake.
Because of our method for producing Wild Whey--and due to the amazing Australian grass-fed milk that is used--it's greatest selling point comes in the form of the results-promoting and health-promoting biologically active nutritional components that make up the final product. Independent lab testing has shown that Wild Whey contains as high as 6x more and as low as 3x more glutathione producing protein components--immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, serum albumin--than traditional whey protein isolate and ion-exchange proteins!
It's time to say no to mass-produced, mega-processed, cheesy whey protein and say yes to ultra-premium, non-denatured, native, biologically-active Wild Whey protein!
- Made from the milk of cows that are grass-fed year-round
- Hormone-treatment-free, pesticide and chemical-free
- Gently processed and dried using ambient air temperature
- Contains the full list of essential amino acids
- Independently tested for high levels of immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, serum albumin
- GMO-Free, soy-free, gluten-free
- No added sugar
Serving Size: 1 Scoop or 3 Tbsp (20 g)|
Servings per Container:10.58 oz – 15
2.5 lb – 56
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|Calories from Fat||10|
|Total Fat||1 g||2%|
|Saturated Fat||0.5 g||3%|
|Total Carbohydrate||2 g||1%|
|Serum Albumin**||900 mg||†|
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 Calorie diet.
† Daily Value Not Established
** Naturally occurring: therefore amount may vary
Ingredients: Proserum® native whey protein concentrate.
Allergen Statement: Contains Milk.
No wheat, gluten or preservatives.
This is a natural product and may exhibit density, color and taste variations.
Produced in the USA at a GMP facility.
Proserum is the registered trademark of Wisdom Proteins, inc.
Caution: Consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product if you are pregnant, nursing or under medical supervision.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Where is the milk from?
A. Wild Whey is made from the dairy milk of Australian dairy cows that graze year-round on lush green organic pastures.
Q. Why does this whey cost more than brands at the grocery store?
A. 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, it's junk and you shouldn't put it in your body. Your body is not made to consume foodstuffs that have been heavily processed. Many of the big brand whey protein companies get the denatured leftover cheese curds from cheese companies for pennies, and is how they can afford to charge so little for their protein powder. When it comes to whey protein (and most other food products), you get what you pay for!
Q. Does Wild Whey have casein? I'm sensitive to casein.
A. Wild Whey contains less than 1% casein. We've had customers in past with sensitive to casein yet totally love Wild Whey and find they tolerate it well.
Q. How much lactose is in Wild Whey?
A. Wild Whey contains trace amounts of lactose.
Q. Is Wild Whey Organic?
A. While the product is not certified organic, the cows, milk and way it is made are up to (beyond in many cases) organic standards. Our dairy cows graze on open organic pastures in Australia and are never administered growth hormones or antibiotics. The main reason for the lack of an organic certification is the cost of certification for the farmers as well as the fact that it wouldn't actually improve the product yet would drastically increase the price.