Enter beef protein isolates. Beef protein isolates allow you to ingest good protein without getting the not-so-great nutrients hidden in even the leanest steaks.* Beef protein is culled from USDA grade beef, which is heated (boiled) to hydrolyze the protein. It is then filtered to take out cholesterol and fat. The water is then evaporated. The near-pure protein is then powdered and packaged as a lean, mean, muscle-making supplement.*
Beef is a great source of protein. Beef supplements let you avoid the fat and cholesterol from steak and hamburger, but still get the protein from red meat. Beef protein is rich in vitamin A, C, B6, B12, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium and potassium.
Always check calories per serving to make sure beef protein fits within your daily values. If your body runs low on protein, it will take it from skeletal muscle. You should consume about 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight.* Take your daily allotment in small portions to avoid overconsumption.*
Also, consider taste. You are going to ingest this powder daily until it's gone, so make sure you can handle it on your palate. Check for carbohydrate content and watch out for fillers. Make sure to count your protein shake as part of your daily caloric values.