Potential Benefit of Whey Protein

The following is a list of protential benefit of Whey Protein where additional research is needed before a conclusion can be made.

  • Allergies (prevention) - Hydrolysed whey protein formula may be effective in preventing some allergies.

  • Nutritional supplement (protein source). Whey protein is considered an excellent source of protein. Research is ongoing in this area and the benefits of whey protein are strongly supported.

  • Appetite suppressant - As a source of high nutritional quality protein, whey protein has been found to reduce short-term food intake and may aid in reducing appetite.

  • Diabetes - Whey protein may improve some symptoms of diabetes.

  • Acne - Based on limited study, a product containing lactoferrin, a whey protein, may improve the symptoms of acne.

  • Allergies (treatment) - Based on limited study, whey protein may have positive benefits in patients with atopic asthma and atopic dermatitis.

  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) - Based on limited study, a product containing whey protein may have beneficial effects on patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

  • Bone density - Whey protein may improve bone density.

  • Bronchospasm - Based on limited study, a product containing whey protein, may have positive benefits for individuals with bronchospasm.

  • Burns - A product containing ultra-filtered whey protein may have positive benefits for patients with burns.

  • Cancer - Based on limited study, benefit of whey protein may be positive for patients with cancer.

  • Cardiovascular disease - Early study suggests that whey protein may aid in reducing the risk of heart disease.

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) - Whey protein has been shown to improve lung function in some studies of patients with COPD.

  • Cognition (mental processes) - Based on limited study, a product containing alpha-lactalbumin may have positive benefits for individuals in terms of mental processes.

  • Constipation - Infant formula containing whey protein hydrolysates may have positive benefits for infants with constipation.

  • Cystic fibrosis - Whey protein may have some positive effects in individuals with cystic fibrosis, such as increased weight gain.

  • Dental plaque - Based on limited study, a toothpaste product containing whey protein may have positive benefits for individuals with dental plaque.

  • Dialysis (phosphate levels) - Based on limited study, a low-phosphorus, low-potassium whey protein product may have positive benefits on phosphate levels in individuals undergoing dialysis.

  • Diarrhea - Whey protein may aid in the prevention of diarrhea caused by bacterial infection.

  • Eczema - Infant formula containing whey protein may have positive benefits for infants predisposed to eczema.

  • Fatigue (in spinal injury) - Based on limited study, a product containing whey protein may have positive benefits for individuals with fatigue due to spinal injury.

  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (associated with neurological impairment) - A product containing whey protein may have positive benefits for individuals with gastroesophageal reflux disease associated with neurological impairment.

  • Gastrointestinal disorders (short gut syndrome) - A product containing whey protein may have positive benefits for individuals with short gut syndrome.

  • Hepatitis - Although not well studied in humans, whey protein may have liver protective effects. High quality clinical studies are needed.

  • High blood pressure Based on limited human study, whey protein may lower blood pressure.

  • HIV - Whey protein may have beneficial effects in individuals with HIV.

  • Mitochondrial diseases - Based on early study, whey protein may aid in the reduction of oxidative stress in individuals with mitochondrial diseases.

  • Psoriasis - Preliminary study suggests that a specific whey protein extract may aid in the decrease of symptoms associated with psoriasis.

  • Stress - Alpha-lactalbumin, a whey protein, may aid in the decrease of stress.

Research into the benefit of whey protein continues to uncover new potential health advantages.

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