New Zealand Whey Protein from grass fed A2 cows developed by Dr Michael Lange

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Dr Michael Lange and Fortifeye Vitamins have developed a new grass fed whey protein concentrate from New Zealand cows.  Dr Lange has been involved in nutritional research for many years with macular degeneration and dry eye patients. He has seen many of his patients improve their overall health and their ocular health when they start consuming a non denatured whey protein concentrate from grass fed New Zealand cows.  Dr. Michael Lange states that Glutathione is one of the biggest deficiencies in his patients that have macular degeneration and dry eyes.   The fastest way to eliminate a glutathione deficiency is to consume a whey protein concentrate from year round grass fed cows daily.  It is difficult to get a protein  company to certify that the protein comes from year round grass fed cows. Most cows are fed grain half the time and grass fed the other half. Most of the grain used for cows feed is genetically modified and can pass on the gmo material in the milk and then the whey protein.  Dr. Lange developed a non gmo ,non denatured whey protein concentrate from grass fed New Zealand A2 cows.  These cows feed year round on pesticide free grass and are never given any antibiotics or hormones of any type.  Fortifeye Super Protein is the name of this new protein and will be available  in December 2015.  Dr. Lange stated all the new evidence based science is proving that the whey protein concentrate is a healthier choice for a protein versus a whey protein isolate.  Whey protein isolate is more processed and less natural than a concentrate and has been stripped of all of the nutritional cofactors and healthy fats that are responsible for the  immune building properties of whey protein.  Most nutritionally in tune physicians and nutrition gurus are now recommending whey protein concentrates instead of whey protein isolates.   Whey Protein isolate vs whey protein concentrate  is an easy choice these days, Whey Protein concentrate from grass fed New Zealand cows!  If you are wanting to build muscle and loose fat or just jump start your immune system  you may want to consider adding Fortifeye Super Protein to your anti aging regiment.  Fortifeye uses only organic flavor systems and uses sunflower seed lecithin and no soy lecithin to give the protein a rich smooth creamy flavor.   to learn more about the anti aging  properties of  Fortifeye Super protein  click on this link: https://grassfedwheyproteinconcentrate.wordpress.com

you can now order two delicious flavors at http://www.fortifeye.com/products/fortifeye-super-protein-chocolate-available-end-of-november-2015-we-are-taking-pre-orders/

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    grass fed whey protein concentrate from New Zealand A2 cows now available at http://www.fortifeye.com

  3. Thank you Dr. Lange for developing this type of protein. I am a competitive natural body builder and can honestly say this is the best protein on the market for the price!! It is very difficult to find an all grass fed un denatured whey protein concentrate that is free from all the chemicals and antibiotics in the typical OTC protein powders. Finally a good concentrate not an isolate. Most nutrition experts agree now that a whey concentrate is much better for the entire body than a whey isolate. We need the good fats that are in the concentrate and not in the isolates. I will recommend this to my training partners too. Hunter

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