Undenatured whey-What is it?

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by anakinkaid, Feb 18, 2006.

  1. anakinkaid

    anakinkaid New Member


    I hear lots of folks talking about "undenatured whey". What is it? What is it suppose to help you with?

    Please reply someone...I am trying to understand all this.

    Thanks in advance - Ana
  2. anakinkaid

    anakinkaid New Member

  3. Mikie

    Mikie Moderator

    Which is processed at low temperatures to preserve its ability to increase glutathione in the body. Glutatione is usually low in those of us with these illnesses. If you go to the store here and search on whey, you can read about the undenatured whey sold here.

    We have a lot of articles in the Library here by Dr. Cheney. In several, he recommends the whey. You can do a search on Cheney in the Library and read his articles. There is a whole list of them.

    Love, Mikie
  4. Toga

    Toga Member

    I just looked "whey" up in my dictionary. It is the watery part of curdled milk.

    "Denature" is to adulterate or make unsuitable for consumption; destroy the essential natural qualities of.

    If you ad "un" to denature, then I guess undentured whey is the watery part of curdled milk that has not had its natural qualities destroyed.


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