How can something so good, be that beneficial to our bodies? On their online website they have the run down of the science behind Wheyhey and geeky facts which you can read it it's entity here & here but to give you a quick run down benefits such as, lean muscle growth & repair, physical performance, reduces body fat, reduces hunger, boost immune system, improves mental health and delayed affects of ageing.
Xylitol is the third highest ingredient within this ice-cream but what is it?
This ingredient holds some health benefits that sound quite good, such as reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes, increasing bone volume and mineral content, decreasing the risk of tooth decay, preventing ear infections and of course help with the clearing of nasal passages - saves blowing it, I suppose. It naturally sweetens this ice cream - no need for sugar.
So is it any surprise that Wheyhey was the choice of treat backstage at LFW this month?
Ingredients: Water, whey protein isolate, xylitol, non hydrogenated vegetable fat, cocoa powder, skimmed milk powder, emulsifier: glycerin, stabilizers: guar gum, xanthan gum, locust bean gum
It's healthy and has it's benefits and I've been reading that body builders and people who do work out are eating it as for their after workout protein needs. How does it taste?
Keeps the same consistency as ice-cream, tastes just like it, maybe not AS sweet but it's still good enough. Available in the three favourite options of Vanilla, Strawberry & Chocolate. It's enjoyable and just to know it holds health benefits it tastes even better. It even has the spoon under the lid, making it easy if you pop into a stockists and just want a quick treat. I've been good and of course having to balance it out with my weekly WW allowance I've been eating these after a work-out, perfect way to cool down and feel naughty and good at the same time. Seeing as I'm nearly out, oops that's two mouths eating this here, I'm actually off this afternoon to get some more at Holland & Barretts.
Weight Watchers Points: 5
118 calories in a 100ml
Calories in one 150ml tub: 190 (according to MyFitnessPal) check out the nutrition facts on MyFitnessPal
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Have you tried Wheyhey Ice Cream?