Created with premium whey, it’s packed with an impressive 32g of protein per serving, delivering the protein you need from a high-quality source. And where does this come from? The same cows that produce your milk and cheese – simply filtered, evaporated and spray-dried to produce all-natural nutritionals.

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Product Details

  • 100% WPH – Pre-digested clinical whey protein known as Sultan of dairy protein

  • Provide faster energy to reach your goal.

  • Improves anabolic and anti-catabolic mechanisms.

  • 26.0gms of high biological value whey protein,15.4gms of EAA’s and 5.3gms of BCAA’s per serving(32.0gms).

  • A protein that is Non-GMO, BSE/TSE FREE, Kosher and Halal certified.

  • No added Flavour, Colour, Sweetener, Enzyme, Preservative and fillers.

  • 100% transparent label- Non hidden ingredients.

  • With the goodness of curcumin-20.0mg per serving.

Benefits of 100% Pure Whey Protein

  • Pre-digested high-quality whey protein hydrolysate sourced from the most trusted manufacturer , During hydrolyzing, the protein is broken down into smaller fragments which are then easy to absorb and digest like D-Glucose so its help in faster protein break down which leads to faster energy release and recovery,best premium quality protein known as Sultan of Dairy protein.

Nutritional Facts

Suggested Use:
Fitness Enthusiasts: Add 1 scoop(32g) of Rawday WPH with 250ml of water/milk/milkshake to a shaker cup or blender and mix for 25-30 seconds. Vary the amount of liquid to meet your desired taste and consistency. Using nonfat milk instead will give you a thicker, creamier shake.
General Public: Add 1 scoop(20g) of Rawday WPH with 250ml of water/milk/milkshake to a shaker cup or blender and mix for 25-30 seconds. Vary the amount of liquid to meet your desired taste and consistency. Using nonfat milk instead will give you a thicker, creamier shake.

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. There are no guarantees that every person using this product / service will see the expected results for sure. Results depend on a lot of factors and the results may vary from person to person.


Do I need to consume whey protein at a specific time of the day?

For an average person, protein takes longer to digest. So, it is preferable to consume Whey protein in the morning. Given the rapid absorption of whey, it is an ideal choice for the post-workout intake to make the most out of the synergistic effect of insulin-amino acids.

Are some protein sources better than others?

The quality of protein varies with different drink supplements. High-quality, or “complete” protein sources include animal-based proteins such as meat, fish, poultry, eggs, milk, cheese, yogurt, and Whey protein. These foods supply all the essential amino acids that your body needs to build and maintain muscle and to function properly. Protein found in most plant foods, including legumes, seeds, nuts, vegetables, and grain products is considered “incomplete” protein because it lacks some of the essential amino acids needed daily.

Can people who are lactose intolerant consume whey protein?

If you are lactose intolerant, or are sensitive to lactose- the natural sugar found in milk products, a better option for you would be Whey protein isolate which contains very little lactose. The amount of lactose in Whey protein concentrate is higher.

Whey protein or casein, which one is better?

It is a very often asked question. There seems to be a great controversy over which one is better. Here is some information that directly compares whey and casein. Casein protein constitutes 80% of milk protein. It is recognized for its excellent amino acid content, slow-digestion, and anti-catabolic effect. It should be used at meals (can be combined with other proteins) and at bedtime. It should not be used when trying to accelerate amino acid absorption.
Whereas, on the other hand, approximately 20% of the protein found in milk is Whey protein. Whey is the richest natural source of BCAAs (branch chain amino acids) and is usually the preferred choice for muscle building, weight loss and maintaining health. It increases protein synthesis, enhances immune function, antioxidant activity and fast absorption. It is excellent to consume Whey protein during the time of workout due to its fast absorption rate.
Athletes and bodybuilders usually combine the two, consuming whey for quick protein replenishment and banking on Casein for it’s slow and steady protein release, leading to muscle recovery while they are asleep.

Does protein make me fat?

According to a 2008 study published in “Nutrition and Metabolism”, 20g of Whey protein per day helped obese participants lose an average of 6.1 percent of their total body fat mass over a 12-week period. The amino acids in protein may help keep your blood sugar levels stable. If your diet is too high in carbohydrates your blood sugar levels go though peaks and valleys. You go from a burst of energy and feeling full to a lull and being hungry. In addition, if you are dieting, getting 17 grams of protein from a protein shake that has only 90 calories is better than getting your protein from a big meal which may have hundreds of calories.

I am a vegetarian. Should I consume whey protein?

It is a very tough job to acquire all the essential proteins for a vegetarian. Proteins are most commonly found in red and white meats. Proteins are also found in fish meat but the strands of proteins differ from cow and chicken meat.Whey protein is a complete protein i.e. it contains all amino acids. So, for a vegetarian, Whey protein becomes essential as their protein intake is very limited.

Can I take whey protein in combination with other supplements?

Yes, Whey protein can be stacked with a number of other supplements like creatine, glutamine, dextrose, casein and others. But if you are planning to stack other supplements with Whey protein, it is recommended to consult to a doctor or a certified trainer before doing so.


There is no universal answer to this particular question since everybody’s protein needs vary. Protein requirements vary depending on an individual’s age, gender, weight, medical conditions and the nature of the workout one does. The first thing to do is to determine your caloric and macronutrient allotments. After calculating the BMR(Basal Metabolic Rate) and applying the Harris-Benedict Principle, one could know how many calories are needed on a daily basis.


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