This product was formulated with the help of qualified scientists for athletes who follow the school of thought that insulin is an antagonist of growth hormone. The premise is that insulin will destroy growth hormone. This is triggered if you have carbohydrates that spike the insulin. There are other schools of thought and we are not disputing those.
Ciccone developed a whey protein isolate that has 28 grams of protein and only 0,7 grams of carbs per serving. Of those only 0.1 grams are sugars. When taking growth hormone in the morning there should be a hour waiting period before taking a carbohydrate rich meal. By taking Ciccone Whey Protein Isolate you can gain some valuable sustenance during this period without spiking your insulin level.
If you do cardiovascular training for fat burning in the morning on an intermitted fasting diet, using Ciccone Whey Protein Isolate is also ideal as it will not increase sugar levels.
There is a marked difference between whey protein isolate and whey protein concentrate and the two should not be confused. The process of creating whey protein concentrate is one where whey is continuously refined over and over again to get to roughly 75-80% protein content per serving. Whey protein isolate is made using a completely different process where the protein component is isolated resulting is a 90-95% protein content with almost negligible carbohydrate content. This process is also much more expensive that the concentrate method but yields a better protein profile with increased availability and faster absorption. People who are lactose intolerant will in most cases tolerate the isolate version while being unable to use the concentrate versions.