Your Whey Protein Supplement Is Most Likely HARMING You

Best Protein Supplement


Let’s get 1 matter clear:

A whey protein supplement is not the best protein supplement.

In truth, for approximately 88% of white individuals, a whey protein supplement is TOXIC.

So, if you are white and using a whey protein supplement, you have an 88% probability to be causing yourself self-imposed harm.

This article is my unique contribution to the protein supplement debate. I have not viewed it addressed anywhere else, and I now know that this issue is critical. I want you to pay close attention to this article and as such I have tried making it as hype free as possible while still drawing attention to it.
This article will unrabel the connection between your blood type and what the best protein supplement is for you
Article highlights:
·    how the best protein supplement for you depends on your blood group
·    what does your blood type say about your protein supplement
·    the blood type lectin connection
·    how lectins play a role in your selection of the best protein supplement
·    where did I come up with this
·    bringing the pieces together

Presenting lectins

Lectins are a class of proteins that have the misfortune of chemically reacting with certain blood types while being completely neutral to others. Lectins are found in different foods and as such these foods will react poorly with certain blood types
Consuming lectins that are incompatible with your blood type produces digestive, metabolic and immune distress. Lectins can induce your blood cells, as well as other cells, to aggutinate (stick together in clumps). They can also interfere with protein digestion.
So what does this have to do with selecting the best protein supplement?
A protein supplement holds the lectins from the food from which it was produced

If you consume a casein protein supplement you will be taking in casein lectins.If you consume a whey protein supplement, you will be taking in whey lectins.If you eat a soy protein supplement, you will be consuming soy lectins. The same account goes for a protein supplement from rice, hemp, eggs, or any other protein source

Thus, if you eat a protein supplement which was produced from food that reacts badly with your blood type you will experience effects like: immune system reaction in the form of food alergy, impaired protein digestion, inflammatory and autoimmune disease, damage to intestinal lining and many more
I’d really like to hear some backing up of that 88% number you proposed?
Caucasian population by blood type:
O Blood Type – 47%
A Blood Type – 41 %
B Blood Type – 9 %
Type AB – 3% ( information source, straight from my high school anatomy class book)

Type O and Type A should avoid the consumption of either whey or casein as it contains lectins that react gravely with their blood type — source, a very well referenced and popular nutritional science book which I will be identifying later for suspension reasons.

Note: the above data is not up for questioning, it is tested scientific fact, do your individual inquiry and find out.

47 + 41 = 88% of white population should not eat either whey nor casein – these two are the most commonly cited as: “best protein supplement” protein supplements on the planet.

Ask yourself this!
How did whey and casein ever get to be considered “best protein supplement” if they are not good for most of the white population?

Only so you don’t overreact to these truths let me append a a couple of things:
– the O blood type, if healthy, will remain free of symptoms with occasonsal whey use, however, even healthy type O’s should not eat casein AT ALL;
– for type the aforesaid rules likewise apply — with one exception, for blood type A there is a 20% probability that the lectins in whey will be neutral, but you have to test for this

{!! please don’t make the presumption that just because you are a healthy type O (or A) you should eat whey, it is still counterproductive for you. Consuming a bag of chips won’t make you sick, but it still has negative effects on your body. Why should you decrease your results when there are alternatives that are actually advantageous} for you? For [example for the type O, beef has a positive effect on health. Just cast out that whey and consume beef if your blood type is O. Type A should not adopt this strategy.~ Avoid the mistake of thinking that since you are a healthy type O you should continue using your whey protein supplement~Do not make the mistake of thinking that just because you are a healthy type O you should ignore this advice~Refrain from thinking that just because you are a healthy type O (or A) you can ignore this advice and just continue using your whey protein supplement~If you care about yourself (and I assume you do) avoid the thinking: “well I am a healthy type O and I’ve been ok with this protein supplement so I guess I am just gonna keep using it”. This is not a good ideea simply because you will be experiencing less than optimal results and doing yourself some gratuitous harm on this path. Think of it like this — a serving of french fries won’t kill you, but it will still be bad for you and cause systemic upset. So unless you really like the taste of whey (inside joke here) there is no reason to keep using it if you are a type O or A}

What you should realize here is that this is more significant than it is commonly understood. You look at people on forums posting and babbling about the best protein supplement without recognizing that:

1 the best protein supplement is based on something called the best protein

2 the best protein doesn’t exist because all people don’t respond well to all protein – let me to say this again: no protein is beneficial for everybody, so there is no such thing as the best protien, or the best protein supplement.

I have preached about this before but it must be understood:
The best protein supplement is the protein supplement that is best for YOU.
And what is healthy for you is bad for someone else, so the whole concept of the best protein supplement is absolute marketing hype.

PS: If you’re reckoning to yourself: how can this be true, how come nobody speaks about this? Then just remember that the FACT that preservatives, artificial flavoreres, taste enhancers and other neurotoxic agents are used in your food is quite common knowledge. Visit this site and get the highest quality information: THE Best Protein Supplement Guide. Everything you need to know is there. That’s a promise.

Comments are closed