Health Benefits of Whey Low®
for the Diabetic, the Weight-watcher, and the Health-conscious. In your diet, Whey Low® helps
you achieve & maintain a healthy & attractive body image.
Caloric value of 1 Calorie/gram (table sugar = 4 Calories/gram) supports low-calorie diets.
Effective carbohydrate content (or net impact carbohydrates) of 1 gram/teaspoon supports low-carbohydrate diets.
Natural sugars in Whey Low® inhibit absorption of dietary carbohydrates such as starch and sucrose.
Low calorie and net impact carbohydrate values important to type 1 and type
2 diabetics, health-conscious, overweight, and obese individuals.
By controlling your body weight, you reduce your risk for these overweight-related diseases
Type 2 diabetes
Breast, colon, and prostate cancers
Helps you control after-meal blood sugar excursions
Glycemic index less than 12 for non diabetics and ~20 for diabetics (glucose = 100)
Reduced glycemic index important to low-carb dieters, type 1 and 2 diabetics, and glucose intolerants
Reduced insulin requirement for Whey Low® eases stress on over-worked pancreas of the diabetic.
Clinical studies planned to determine long-term benefits for the diabetic.
Helps you realize a healthier immune system
Unabsorbed sugars of Whey Low® and starch stimulate growth of healthful gut bacteria (called the prebiotic effect).
Healthful gut bacteria, lactobacillus and bifidus, thrive on lactose in Whey Low®.
Recent literature studies show immune system stimulation from healthful bacteria.
Prebiotic effect important to all health-conscious individuals
Planned clinical studies with Whey Low® to quantify anticipated benefits
May help you avoid or postpone osteoporosis
Unabsorbed lactose and other carbohydrates known to enhance calcium absorption
This property is important to middle-aged women predisposed to osteoporosis.
Planned clinical studies with Whey Low® to test enhanced calcium absorption