If you are intensively engaged in sports, trying to lose weight, always under stress or suffering from a serious illness, then whey should be part of your daily menu. Whey is rich in electrolytes, excellent in hydrating the body, giving more energy, so it is a much better choice than various energy drinks.
Whey is the main raw material for the production of proteins, and is known as an inevitable part of the diet of any athlete, because the consumption of whey allows rapid recovery of muscles after exercise, reduces appetite and prompts weight loss.
At the same time, it contributes to arterial and vein health because it reduces blood glucose and blood pressure.
Traditional remedy for “lazy” intestines
Whey possesses lactic acid, which reduces the excessive numbers of fungi and bacteria in the intestines, and its low pH stimulates their work.
Its’ recommended consumption is during constipation, bloating and chronic inflammation of the intestines.
This old traditional remedy helps significantly with:
- Fatigue and stress
- High blood pressure
- Low immunity
- Abdominal problems
- Liver disease
- Ridding the body of toxins
Application and preparation of whey
The best thing about whey is that you can make your own of domestic raw milk or buy in health food stores. Goat whey is the best, but cow whey is also good and. Most importantly, the milk must come from animals that graze. 10 liters of milk on average yielding 1 kg of cheese will give you 9 kg of whey.
Since it has diuretic properties, whey is recommended to be phased, you can drink 150 ml three times a day. Gradually increase the dose to 1 liter a day.
If you have a problem with digestion, mix one teaspoon of whey powder in a glass of water and drink before each meal.
You can also use whey in external skin and hair care. You can also use it during baking.