Our Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

Where Are Aether Protein Powders Manufactured?

All Aether Protein products are manufactured in Queensland.

What Are The Different Kinds Of Protein Available?

  • Whey: A complete protein sourced from milk, delivering 26g of protein per 29g serving.
  • Casein: Another milk-derived complete protein, offering 23g of protein per 29g serving.
  • Egg White: A dairy-free complete protein, providing 23g of protein per 29g serving.
  • Collagen: Less researched and incomplete protein, offering 25g of protein per 29g serving.
  • Bone Broth: Another less researched and incomplete protein source, delivering 26.5g of protein per 29g serving.
  • Soy: A well-researched plant-based complete protein, but a common allergen and controversial health concerns, providing 24g of protein per 29g serving.
  • Pea: A plant-based source of BCAAs with 22g of protein per 29g serving but low in EAA methionine.
  • Rice: Hypoallergenic and gluten-free, offering 23g of protein per 29g serving but low in EEA lysine.
  • Hemp: Contains omega-3s and fiber, delivering 14.5g of protein per 29g serving but is also low in EAA lysine.

How Much Protein Should I have a Day?

The daily protein intake varies based on an individual's training and objectives. A reasonable guideline is to target 2g of protein per kilogram of body weight daily. For instance, someone weighing 70kg and engaging in occasional to regular exercise should aim for about 140g of protein daily. Athletes should aim for a minimum of 1.5g per kg of body weight.

Why Do Some People Use Plant Protein?

Plant protein offers several benefits. It's a sustainable and ethical choice, as it reduces the environmental impact associated with animal agriculture. Plant protein sources are often lower in saturated fat and free from cholesterol. They can also be easier to digest for those with dietary sensitivities. Plus, they support a diverse range of dietary preferences, including vegan and vegetarian lifestyles.

Even If I am Not Vegan Can I Still Eat Plant-Based Products?

Absolutely! Plant-based products are a versatile addition to any diet, even if you're not vegan. They offer a variety of health benefits, such as reduced saturated fat and cholesterol intake. Plant-based options can provide a welcome change and help you incorporate more nutrient-rich ingredients into your meals. They're suitable for anyone looking to diversify their diet and make more sustainable and ethical food choices.

Do Athletes Need Protein?

Yes, athletes have increased protein needs. Protein is essential for muscle repair, growth, and overall body function. Athletes often require more protein to support their training and recovery. It aids in muscle repair and helps meet the higher energy and protein requirements of an active lifestyle. Incorporating protein into their diet is crucial for maintaining peak performance and overall well-being.

Do Your Products Cater For Allergens?

Yes, our products are thoughtfully crafted to cater to various dietary needs, including allergen considerations. We offer options that are gluten-free and dairy-free, ensuring individuals with specific dietary restrictions can enjoy our protein bars without concern.

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Product Specific Information

Whey Protein Isolate Questions

FAQ's + Additional Information on Whey Protein Isolate can be found here.

Whey Protein Concentrate Questions

FAQ's + Additional Information on Whey Protein Concentrate can be found here.

Vegan Protein Powder Questions

FAQ's + Additional Information on Vegan Protein Powders can be found here.

Creatine Monohydrate Questions

FAQ's + Additional Information on Creatine Monohydrate can be found here.

Magnesium Glycinate Questions

FAQ's + Additional Information on Magnesium Glycinate can be found here.

Turkesterone Questions

FAQ's + Additional Information on Turkesterone can be found here.