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SANE Clean Whey Protein (1lb)

Whey is nature's perfect protein, Boasting a 104 Biological Value (BV). BV is the ability of the body to use the nutrients. The higher the number the more useful to the body.

  • Grass-Fed, hormone free, unflavored, 100% pure, non-GMO, undenatured Whey Protein Concentrate. No sugar ever! 
  • You’ll get the crucial amino acids for cellular repair, growth, and glutathione production.
  • Our Whey Protein Powder Concentrate is cold processed from raw milk so it only gets pasteurized one time at the end of the production process.
“I love this protein powder. It’s smooth, taste great and my body does really well on it. I’m super happy with this product!" -Kristin R.

The Top 10 Benefits of Adding Clean Whey to Your Smoothies & Baked Goods

10. Defend Against Diabetes

Studies show that whey protein boosts metabolic rate and improves glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity. Even people with the most severe insulin resistance have reduced their blood glucose levels by eating the amount of whey found in SANE Clean Whey. Also, increased protein intake helps to curb cravings for the sugar-heavy foods which lead to diabetes. (31,32)

9. Heal Your Gut & Digestion

An extremely powerful antioxidant in SANE Clean Whey called glutathione protects your digestive system from inflammatory damage that leads to inflammatory bowel disease (IBS). Research shows that the powerful compound alpha-lactalbumin found in SANE Clean Whey may help prevent ulcers and other gastrointestinal issues…even those caused by alcohol and stress! (9, 10, 16)

8. Reduce Stress & Improve Mood

SANE Clean Whey is rich in the amino acids which play a critical role in mood and stress response. Increasing the levels of these amino acids that are the precursors to healthy serotonin levels has been proven to help relieve depression and anxiety. Best of all, these substances are found in abundance in SANE Clean Whey. (27, 28)

7. Unlock The Uber-Antioxidant

Glutathione is widely known as one of the most therapeutic antioxidants in the world. Eating more glutathione from food (not pills) is one of the most universally recommended steps you can take to improve nearly every aspect of your health. Best of all, this is simple as SANE Clean Whey is one of the most concentrated and usable sources of glutathione in the world. (7 – 24)

6. Heal Your Heart

SANE Clean Whey is uniquely rich in compounds known as peptides—including alpha-lactalbumin and beta-lactoglobulin—which help to combat high-blood pressure and to improve cholesterol levels. Best of all, SANE Clean Whey has been shown to decrease the worst type of cholesterol—VLDL (very low-density cholesterol). (17,18,19)

5. Protect Your Brain & Memory

SANE Clean Whey is exceptionally rich in the amino acids which are used to make the neurotransmitters that enable your brain to function. Additionally, the uber-antioxidant glutathione found in abundance in SANE Clean Whey protects against age-related cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. (28,29,30)

4. Preserve Calorie-Hungry Lean Muscle

SANE Clean Whey is absurdly high in the amino acids which are uniquely helpful in maintaining calorie-hungry lean muscles…especially as you age. In fact, a clinical study found that eating more of the amino acid leucine (SANE Clean Whey is one of the most potent sources on the planet!), enabled people to lose nearly 7 pounds more weight, while sparing lean muscle tissue, when compared with people eating the exact same number of calories (35).

3. Curb Cravings & Avoid Overeating

In 2013, scientists concluded that protein like SANE Clean Whey could be used as a therapeutic treatment for obesity. They found that whey protein caused the release of compounds that enhance the release of several hormones which enable you to feel and stay full. Additionally, Australian researchers found that a whey protein shake reduced ghrelin (a hormone that tells your brain you’re hungry) more than any other beverage, keeping you full for up to 4 hours. (33, 34)

2. Reduce Cancer Risk

SANE Clean Whey helps to detoxify carcinogens and to turbocharge your immune system thanks to its high levels of the compounds cysteine and gamma-glutamylcysteine.

SANE Clean Whey is also extremely high in lactoferrin, which has been proven to protect against free-radicals and the cell damage that can lead to cancer. (13)

1. Proven Practical Weight Loss

Increased protein intake is universally recognized to help with weight loss and maintenance. SANE Clean Whey has been proven to be one of the most effective forms of protein when it comes to winning the battle of the bulge. In fact, studies have shown that women who increased their intake of specifically whey protein lost twice as much visceral fat (the type that’s very bad for your health) than women who didn’t eat whey protein! (25,26)

Finally, everyone in your family can safely enjoy one of the most therapeutic foods on the planet…

…seamlessly added to your favorite smoothies and baked goods! Now, the only question is: What Will You Whey?

  
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  • FAQ: I’m lactose intolerant. Can I enjoy Clean Whey?

    Lactose intolerance occurs when your body doesn’t produce enough of the enzyme lactase, which is responsible for breaking down lactose, so the lactose doesn’t digest properly and becomes fermented.

    If a person does consume Clean Whey, taking lactase enzyme before drinking a shake may solve the problem.

    Clean Whey contains only 4.25% lactose which is on the low side.

    After checking with your doctor, try taking a lactase enzyme before enjoying Clean Whey.

  • FAQ: Can you tell me more about "raw" milk and the pasteurization process?

    Clean Whey is made from raw milk. Flash pasteurization (163 F for 15 seconds) only happens one time at the very end of the manufacturing process, in accordance with FDA, USDA, and Wisconsin Department of Health regulations.

    Because our WPC is only pasteurized for 15 seconds at 163 F it remains undenatured and tests very high in cystine and whey protein fractions, including immunoglobulin, lactoferrin and glycomacropeptides.

    Additionally the FDA does not require whey to be heat pasteurized if proper filtration methods are used. From section 403 (h)(3) of the FFD&CA (page 84 – 85): http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Food/GuidanceRegulation/UCM291757.pdf

    “a. If the product is whey, pasteurization is not required, provided:

    (1) The product is acid whey (pH less than 4.7); or
    (2) It is processed in RO or UF (ultra filtration) equipment at temperatures at or below 7C (45F).

    b. If the product is raw milk for pasteurization, the product may be concentrated by the use of RO or UF membrane filtration without pasteurization, prior to the entrance into the equipment, provided the following sampling, testing, design, installation and operational criteria are met:

    (1) Prior to processing, all raw milk supplies are sampled and tested for antibiotic residues in accordance with the provisions of Appendix N.;

    (2) The RO or UF filtration system is designed and operated to assure that milk or milk product temperature is maintained at or below 18.3ºC (65ºF) throughout the process provided that the product temperature may rise above 18.3ºC (65ºF) for a period of not more than fifteen (15) minutes, further provided that should the product temperature rise above 21.1ºC (70ºF), the product shall be either immediately diverted to the system’s balance tank until the product is again below 18.3ºC (65ºF) or diverted to exit the system entirely. Diverted product that has exited the system shall be either discarded, immediately cooled to below 7°C (45°F), or immediately pasteurized;

    (3) The RO or UF system must be equipped with temperature monitoring and recording devices that comply with the applicable specifications outlined in Appendix H. of this Ordinance. At a minimum, milk or milk product temperature shall be monitored and recorded prior to entering the system, prior to entering each stage of the modules in series that contains cooling, and the retentate stream prior to any final cooler and upon exiting the system;…”

“My stomach gets upset easily, so I was hesitant to try whey protein despite all the good things I’ve read about it. This is the only whey I’ve been able to use consistently with no negative side effects.”

Barb W.

Campbell, FL

“All four of us love it in our breakfast smoothies and it has definitely helped with our energy levels and cravings. I pretty happy with my weight, but it’s helped trim down my waist a bit…which I’m fine with :)”

Deb H.

Paducah, KY

“The only protein I’ve ever found that doesn’t change the flavor of whatever you put it in…which I love because I can add it to so many recipes to boost their protein with changing their taste.”

Rita M.

New York, NY

“My favorite part is that it’s not sweetened because I get all the sweetness I need naturally from the berries I put in with it. Great for workouts and when I don’t have time for a real breakfast.”

Napur P.

Seattle, WA

All Natural | No Sweeteners | No Additives | Gluten Free | Non-GMO | Grass Fed | Hormone-Free | No Heavy Metals

24g protein, 3g leucine, and only 2g of sugar (naturally occurring) per serving!

Ingredients

(or should we say “Ingredient”)

Grass-fed, hormone-free, unflavored, 100% pure, non-GMO, undenatured whey protein concentrate.

What Will You Whey?TM

With zero added nonsense, SANE Clean Whey can be seamlessly added to any smoothie or baked goods recipe for an instant fat-burning boost!

  • FAQ: I am lactose intolerant. Can I still enjoy Clean Whey?

    Lactose intolerance occurs when your body doesn’t produce enough of the enzyme lactase, which is responsible for breaking down lactose, so the lactose doesn’t digest properly and becomes fermented.

    If a person does consume Clean Whey, taking lactase enzyme before drinking a shake may solve the problem.

    Clean Whey contains only 4.25% lactose which is on the low side.

    After checking with your doctor, try taking a lactase enzyme before enjoying Clean Whey.

  • FAQ: Can you tell me more about "raw" milk and the pasteurization process?

    Clean Whey is made from raw milk. Flash pasteurization (163 F for 15 seconds) only happens one time at the very end of the manufacturing process, in accordance with FDA, USDA, and Wisconsin Department of Health regulations.

    Because our WPC is only pasteurized for 15 seconds at 163 F it remains undenatured and tests very high in cystine and whey protein fractions, including immunoglobulin, lactoferrin and glycomacropeptides.

    Additionally the FDA does not require whey to be heat pasteurized if proper filtration methods are used. From section 403 (h)(3) of the FFD&CA (page 84 – 85): http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Food/GuidanceRegulation/UCM291757.pdf

    “a. If the product is whey, pasteurization is not required, provided:

    (1) The product is acid whey (pH less than 4.7); or
    (2) It is processed in RO or UF (ultra filtration) equipment at temperatures at or below 7C (45F).

    b. If the product is raw milk for pasteurization, the product may be concentrated by the use of RO or UF membrane filtration without pasteurization, prior to the entrance into the equipment, provided the following sampling, testing, design, installation and operational criteria are met:

    (1) Prior to processing, all raw milk supplies are sampled and tested for antibiotic residues in accordance with the provisions of Appendix N.;

    (2) The RO or UF filtration system is designed and operated to assure that milk or milk product temperature is maintained at or below 18.3ºC (65ºF) throughout the process provided that the product temperature may rise above 18.3ºC (65ºF) for a period of not more than fifteen (15) minutes, further provided that should the product temperature rise above 21.1ºC (70ºF), the product shall be either immediately diverted to the system’s balance tank until the product is again below 18.3ºC (65ºF) or diverted to exit the system entirely. Diverted product that has exited the system shall be either discarded, immediately cooled to below 7°C (45°F), or immediately pasteurized;

    (3) The RO or UF system must be equipped with temperature monitoring and recording devices that comply with the applicable specifications outlined in Appendix H. of this Ordinance. At a minimum, milk or milk product temperature shall be monitored and recorded prior to entering the system, prior to entering each stage of the modules in series that contains cooling, and the retentate stream prior to any final cooler and upon exiting the system;…”

“I never realized how much sugar and junk was in most proteins out there. I was happy to finally find a protein powder that’s actually good for me.”

Mitch T.

Baltimore, MD

“Was quite happy to find a ‘clean’ protein like this. It’s the first protein powder I’ve felt comfortable giving my grand kids…it’s now a staple in the smoothies I make us.”

Danielle W.

Brazil, IN

“Excellent during training or anytime I need to keep my energy up. First one of my supplements that my wife tried, enjoyed, and then ‘approved’ for our son.”

Joe G.

St. Louis, MO

“Easiest breakfast ever…completely prevents my previous 2pm energy crashes and evening ‘eat everything sweet’ cravings:)”

Dede K.

Chicago, IL

Burn Fat Safely While Boosting Your Mood, Memory, & Metabolism Naturally

Finally, everyone in your family can safely enjoy one of the world’s most therapeutic foods!

100% Pure

The one thing you’ll love the most about SANE Clean Whey is that it IS just whey! While it seems obvious that the only ingredient in whey protein should be whey protein, read the ingredients of any other popular protein supplement and you will be shocked. The ingredients list sounds like a 500-word chemistry project! There’s no question that whey is the most highly studied and highly beneficial foods on the planet, but the big question is how in the heck can you enjoy all the benefits of whey without a bunch of artificial and toxic nonsense! Answer: Go SANE. Enjoy Clean Whey today!

  • SANE = free of nonsense such as additives, fillers, sweeteners, artificial anything, flavoring, coloring, and preservatives.
  • inSANE = free of nonsense such as additives, fillers, sweeteners, artificial everything , flavoring, coloring, and preservatives.

100% Pure

When it comes to putting something into your body–and into the bodies of your loved ones–safety is the top priority. Sadly, because of whey’s popularity, the market has been flooded with dangerous off-shore whey products. When you and your family enjoy SANE Clean Whey, you can take comfort knowing you are enjoying the safest made in the USA protein in the world…free of dangerous hormones, antibiotics, gluten, GMOs, rBGH & rBST, heavy metals such as arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury, microbiological contaminants, and pesticides.

  • SANE = Produced exclusively in the USA and certified 100% free from toxic contaminants
  • inSANE = Produced off-shore and swimming with toxic contaminants

100% Pure

Today, most whey products simply don’t work. When whey is isolated and processed at high-heat, it loses much of its health and fat-loss benefits. SANE Clean Whey is cold processed from raw milk and never treated with acid. This careful crafting gives you a protein whose potency is literally off the charts. Specifically, the potency of protein is called its biological value (BV). Historically, eggs set the gold standard with a BV of 100. However, recent tests have shown that SANE Clean Whey boasts a BV of 104…literally off the charts! Thanks to this unparalleled potency, you and your entire family will literally feel the power of this potent protein from day one.

  • SANE = carefully formulated to provided benefits that are literally off the charts
  • inSANE = careless processing removes most of the benefits
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