Are There Your Hormones and whey Protein?
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Are There Your Hormones and whey Protein?

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Are There Your Hormones and whey Protein?


Questions arose a few times in my email inbox related to the issue of hormones in addition to whey protein. Is there a hormone in your whey? It is not the simple “yes” or “no” answer that makes me angry, but the short answer is that people have nothing to fear.


Being an animal product derived from milk, whey, like any animal product, can contain natural hormones. 


The problem is knowing which hormones and how much?


With modern experimental capabilities it is as gentle as it is today, being able to search in parts per million (ppm), per billion (ppb) or part per billion (ppt) in some cases. , hormones of any kind can. it is found in everything we humans eat, especially if it is from animals (although plants usually have natural hormones or hormonal compounds).

So what is scoop on whey? Major concerns as it unfolds in:


Sexual hormones derived from steroids (for example, testosterone, etc.)

Growth hormones and / or growth factors (such as IGF-1, growth hormone or bovine somatropin, etc.)

Non-hormonal compounds are like germs.

I will try to answer these in particular to remove any fear or confusion in this matter. Is there a steroid in your whey? The steroid hormone is found to be highly lipophilic (fat soluble) and lipid (fat) part of whey, or any dairy product for that. All high quality whey variants (WPI) are free of charge (read my article “The Whey is” to understand the differences in the type and quality of whey protein behind the publication of Muscular Development or on my website at: http: // /www.brinkzone.com/wheyitis.html). For example, different CFMs contain less than one-tenth of a gram of actual milk fat per twenty grams (20,000 milligrams), which is about the standard scoop found in most products.


The fat expressed in the box of many whey-free products usually comes from the addition of a small amount of lecithin, a non-animal, and / or sweetener used. A whey conversion ion – although not a real whey protein in my opinion, as explained in “The Whey is” – will have even less fat.


So the fact is that the levels of sex hormones and lipid components of milk fat and / or whey fat are so low that they cannot be tested or cannot be tested. Add to that the fact that the whey remote is fat-free, and it’s easy to see it’s not a problem.


Is there a growth hormone in your whey? With regard to growth hormones such as bovine somatotropin (BST) and IGF-1 etc., it is a bit confusing. Growth hormones (such as BST, IGF-1, etc.) are protein-derived hormones (as opposed to steroid hormones discussed in the previous section) so they can be found in animal protein products, such as . nerves, milk. , etc.

However, we have to keep conversations with these specific whey hormones, because that’s what the topic is about, right? Milk, therefore whey protein, has a lower amount of BST.


BST is the only animal (cow) made by the growth hormone produced by cattle itself. In humans, it is called growth hormone (HGH), which is produced in the pituitary gland and is a popular anti-aging drug that is used by many people to combat the effects of aging. aging attacks. This is a major factor, however, that BST is not seen at a higher level than it would be if animals were not treated with BST. That is, whether they are treating animals with BST or not, they see BST levels in milk and body mass index and within normal “baseline” levels.


What is the BST level in milk? 


It ranges from zero per unit area per billion (PPB) and the typical level of milk is 3 ppb. This means about 1 mcg (one million grams) per liter. These women are what we call low income. In addition to the above, hormones from proteins such as BST, either naturally or otherwise, are very soft and the breakdown of these proteins means they are destroyed. when applied. In summary, I consider the risk of BST to be the opposite. Keep in mind that scientists have studied this subject extensively.


For example:


The National Institutes of Health (NIH) which reviewed the issue said, “The composition of the dietary intake of dairy products added to bST is the same as that of dairy milk from cow and -adjust … (M) Eat milk from cow treated with rbST is as good as untreated cow. “(NIH Technology Assessment Conference Statement on Bovine somatotropin. JAMA. 1991: 265: 1423-1425).


A report by the American Medical Association (JAMA) states that “the FDA has responded to all concerns and concerns about the safety of dairy products added to bST …” (JAMA. 1990: 264: 1003-1005). The journal Science reports that “FDA-reviewed data have documented the safety of food products from animals treated with rbGH.” (Bovine growth factor: Human nutrition assessment. Science. 1990: 249: 875-884.).


Yes people, no matter what kind of insults some people try to raise with BST, data and facts do not support hysteria. Not a problem for human health. However, it should be noted, however, that this may not be the case for cows themselves, as high HGH can be a problem for humans, and this issue is currently being investigated.


They may stop giving BST because of the health problems it presents, but not because of human health problems. So, read my lips here, it does not matter if the milk from the “organic” cow does not cure BST or not, the BST level as it is and is (a) available and the rate at which (b) that everything can be destroyed during digestion.


Yes, there may be differences in the amount of certain compounds (e.g. pesticides) between certain organic foods (such as fruits and vegetables) and non-organic foods, but BST is not one of them. In the case of insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1), this is interesting and important, although it does not yet appear to be a problem for human health. Different whey products will have different levels of IGF-1 depending on many variables such as: either concentration (WPC) or concentration (WPI), how it is produced and even up to the time of year milk is removed from the cow, and so on.


In other words, I can’t give a rating for any whey type (see the article mentioned above “Whey is it” to understand different whey types).


For example (because I have a hand number on my table and this is the kind of whey I use on my own!) The isolated CFM contains about 35 micrograms (mcg) of IGF per 100 g of powder powder (remember that the standard scoop is 20 g). ).


Remember we are not talking about money in grams here but microgram, which corresponds to one million grams! The human eye cannot see 35 micrograms. Can there be any side effects by using this amount of IGF-1? In addition to the fact that cooking protein is not stable and sensitive, this is an impossibility. Being a well-known anabolic / anti-catabolic hormone, I bet most bodybuilders want IGF-1 levels and whey much higher!


{Note: There is a whey product known as Bioactive Whey Fractional Protein (BAWF) which has increased IGF-1 levels and other growth factors that are expected to be available on the market in the near future. soon. Read “The Whey It Is” for more on this if you are interested.}

Note that IGF-1 is transformed into a boogieman hormone when a link is found between IGF-1 levels and prostate cancer. However, this association has not been found in other studies and any resulting relationship between the two is best or even contradictory according to some studies.


For example, some doctors find that PSA levels (used as a prostate cancer agent) are lower when they give adult growth hormone (which increases levels). IGF-1) which is not what one would expect to find if IGF-1 is. Causes of prostate cancer and IGF-1 levels are not associated with PSA levels. In fact, being a growth factor, which can trigger cell division and cell differentiation, is thought to be similar to other growth factors (e.g., GH, epidermal, transformant, platelet-derived , fibroblasts, nerves and ciliary and other neurotrophic factor) IGF-1 can trigger the growth of certain cancers.


This is far from the case, however, and is more complicated than the above. For example, IGF-1 levels, as well as GH, are closely linked to the immune system and have various important effects on the body, such as keeping body fat low and maintaining high levels. processing, and 1000 other effects. Therefore, to define IGF-1 as a negative hormone is unscientific and it is wrong.

A person with liver cancer depends on the hormone he or she would like to inject (instead of eating) high IGF-1 or GH? Probably not, but at least that’s not clear now.

Remember that prostate cancer increases as young men get older, but blood levels of IGF-1 and GH decrease dramatically both with age.


The etiology of prostate cancer is a complex and poorly understood relationship between diet, genetics, stimulus system, and hormones such as testosterone, DHT, estradiol and other physiological changes in hormones that are not yet known.


The bottom line here is that the microgram amounts of IGF-1 present in whey pose the least risk (because nothing in the world we eat is zero risk!) Without risk , and even helps us in some areas.


For example, IGF-1 has been shown to improve certain bowel diseases and conditions, reduce tissue during certain disease stages, and other beneficial effects. It is also an esse

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