The Banting Circle Elite is the American Diabetes Association's highest level of recognition for companies that develop medicines and devices to help individuals living with diabetes. It is named for Sir Frederick Grant Banting, a Canadian medical scientist, doctor, Nobel Laureate, and co-discoverer of insulin. The annual total support for companies reaching the Banting Circle Elite level is at least $1,000,000. This includes sponsorship, educational grants, advertising in Association publications and exhibiting at the Annual Scientific Sessions and/or the Annual Advanced Postgraduate Course. Companies whose support total is at least $500,000 are recognized at the Banting Circle level.
our government can and does spy on its own citizens. anyone hear of a well known act passed last year called the patriot act? it GREATLY broadens the ability of the FBI and other agencies to "spy" on any of us without notice. and since there logic is that all drug money finances the bad guys then basically we are smack dab in the middle of it all. they dont have time or resources to fuck with the little guy buying for himself. i am not worried or i wouldnt be in the game. its our sources that we need to be more cautious with. when you post there name in any transmission think of this thread.
The liquid whey is typically 30% protein at this point and can be spray dried to go into the food supply or can be filtered further to remove the remaining carbs and fats. These filtration processes pas the liquid whey through fine membranes that can produce a grade of whey protein that is over 90% protein and almost completely free from fats and carbs. The grades that range from 30% to 80% protein are called whey concentrates and the grades from 90% protein and above are referred to as whey isolates. Whey protein can also be hydrolysed which is a process by which the whey protein is pre-digested by a combination of enzymes which break the whole proteins into smaller fragments called peptide chains. These are digested even more quickly that the whole whey proteins and are becoming popular in supplements designed for specific recovery purposes. Generally speaking, the grades used in sports nutrition products range from the 50% protein whey concentrates up to the 90+% isolates.