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Frequently Asked Questions
Why is Go Good a better choice than other whey protein powders?
Hormones & Antibiotic-Free Cows: Unlike other dairy producers, the New Zealand industry has banned the use of growth hormones on cows, specifically Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH) which is injected into cows to increase milk production in other countries.
Grass-Fed Cows: New Zealand dairy cows maintain a natural diet grazing on lush chemical free grass pastures. Non NZ whey protein is sourced from cows that are usually raised on un-natural corn or soy based diets and injected with antibiotics to survive unsanitary conditions.
World-Leading Industry: New Zealand processing facilities and techniques are world leading ensuring the maximum benefits are preserved in final whey product during the filtration process.
Is Go Good Whey Protein suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women?
Yes, Go Good Whey Protein blends use the highest quality wheys available, and don't include any artificial ingredients or high-level doses of synthesised amino acids. It should be an acceptable source of protein during pregnancy for healthy women without dairy allergens. As pregnancy is extremely personalised, we do recommend that prior to taking whey protein, pregnant and breastfeeding women consult a physician to be sure whey protein is right for them.
Is Go Good Whey Protein suitable for vegetarians?
Yes, our complete range of WPC is suitable for vegetarians to consume. Protein powders are an extremely effective way to boost protein intake and meet daily nutrient needs. If you are vegan, our plant protein range will suit your diet.
What is the shelf life?
Go Good products have a 24-month shelf life from date of manufacture. The expiration date is clearly stamped on the bottom of the package. We are committed to keeping our batch sizes small to ensure maximum freshness of our products.
What is the recommended serving size?
We’ve made things simple. Two full scoops will make one 30g serving. Each serving of whey protein concentrate contains 24g of protein.
Can I use Go Good Whey Protein as a meal replacement?
Yes, protein shakes can be used as meal replacements, especially if blended with nut milk, dairy milk, or coconut water and nuts/fruits/veggies. This will make a satiating smoothie that will keep you feeling full and provide you with nutrients and energy throughout the day. We do of course recommend a healthy wholefood diet in conjunction with our supplements, and at least a minimal amount of exercise per day so that you can make the most out of our protein and it's lean-muscle building and weight-management attributes.
Is Go Good Whey Protein suitable for lactose intolerant people?
Go Good Whey Protein blends contain more lactose than our Whey Isolate (WPI), and is not as suitable for lactose intolerant people. Instead, we recommend our Unflavoured Isolate (WPI) blends for those with intolerances, as it has almost no lactose
Is Go Good protein low FODMAP?
Yes, Go Good protein powders are low FODMAP. Whey protein isolate is low FODMAP. Whey protein concentrate (high grade) is low FODMAP. Pea protein is low FODMAP. The flavours and sweeteners we use are low FODMAP. Our protein powders are a mixture of ingredients and when mixed with water are low FODMAP.
Does whey protein cause bloating?
Those who are sensitive to lactose may experience mild bloating. Go Good Protein Powders are regarded as a better choice for those who experience bloating due to the natural ingredients.
Is Go Good Whey Protein organic?
While not certified organic, our whey has all the advantages of 100% natural pastures. The milk for our whey proteins is derived from cows that are grass-fed and graze year-round on natural pastures. It is GMO-free, hormone-treatment-free, pesticide-free and undergoes minimal processing. All Go Good flavours are derived from certified organic ingredients.