The production process
Native whey isolate
Your performance starts here!
What is the difference
between the production methods?

Special procedure

Native Whey protein

General production method

Whey protein

Everything starts with the foundations, and this is why it is extremely important for BioTechUSA that the milk used for the production of Native Whey Isolate would come exclusively from free-range cows.

Why is it important?
As the free-range cows are kept in their natural habitat and fed on GMO-free grass, the ingredients derived from them are completely free of production boosters and antibiotics.

Raw milk from free-range cows is pasteurised then it is transported to the Native Whey manufacturing plant to become a special basic ingredient of protein powder products that is free from side-products of cheese manufacturing (e.g. glycomacropeptides).

Native Whey Plant
  • Filtering at
    low temperature
Due to this special technology, the milk undergoes low-temperature (<10°C) micro- and ultrafiltration. Consequently, lactose (milk sugar) and fats are extracted, but since there is no exposure to excessive heat the protein structure of the milk is preserved in its fullest form, and it remains rich in immunoglobulin (antibodies) and lactoferrin (which is part of the immune system).

Drying process
During pulverisation moisture is extracted from the liquid whey concentrate to achieve the desired (powder) texture and this is when the exact protein content of the raw material is also set.

Native Whey Protein
Cheese plant
  • Added ingredients
  • Pasteurization
    (high temperature)
  • Filtration
  • Evaporation
    (high temperature)
Whey Protein
Check out our athletes'

"It's free from antibiotics it's free from hormones and also it's sugar free lactose free and gluten free."
Stephanie Davis - IFBB Bikini Fitness
"Native whey is a new ingredient and why is native whey special? Two reasons guys the source and the process."
Ulisses Jr. - Fitness Influencer
BioTechUSA products
that contain Native Whey Isolate

Iso Whey Zero: Native Whey Isolate protein source with added amino acids
BioTechUSA For Her Iso Whey Zero: Native Whey Isolate protein source with added amino acids
Zero Bar: With Native Whey Isolate

Thanks to the Native Whey Isolate basic ingredient these products have an extremely high
content of very pure protein and they are free from lactose, gluten and added sugars* – specifically tailored for your purposes!

*It refers to ready shakes mixed with water.

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