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Whey Protein Isolate Clinical Studies

Study #1


"A number of commercial whey protein isolates and whey protein hydrolysates have found applications in functional foods, sports, infant foods and nutraceuticals."


[Ranjan Sharma and Nagendra Shah ,  Health benefits of whey proteins, Nutrafoods, October 2010: 9:39-45]

Study #2


" One of the most promising applications of whey proteins is in the augmentation of conventional therapies, and while Lf mediated augmentation of therapies to fight cancer and infection is showing great promise, it is likely that other whey protein augmented preventions and/or treatments will emerge." 


[Geoffrey W Kissansen, PhD, Emerging Health Properties of Whey Proteins and Their Clinical Implications, Journal of American College of Nutrition, 2006:501:115-120]


Study #3


"Human epidemiological studies and animal feeding trials show that diets high in dairy products, milk, or whey proteins are associated with lower incidence of intestinal cancer."


[Lisa G Sternhagen and Jonathan C Allen, Growth Rates of a Human Colon Adenocarcinoma Cell Line are Regulated by the Milk Protein Alpha-latalbumin, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 2001:26:713-23]  

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