Protein Powder Reviews

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Protein powders should be a staple of anyone’s nutrition because they are cheap, easy to mix, satisfy your protein requirements, provide a top source of protein and amino acid profile, tasty and they simply WORK!

You can reach your required protein intake only with food but in all seriousness, the convenience a protein powder offers is way higher than that of normal food.

You don’t have to get ready for shopping, you don’t have to go out and buy it, you don’t have to cook it, you don’t have to wash dishes after it and you surely won’t be needing more washing detergent.

Whey Protein Powder Reviews – Best Choices

1st Place – 100% Whey Gold Standard

My 1st choice is 100% Whey Gold Standard by Optimum nutrition because I personally tested it, the taste is amazing and it contains 24g or protein/each serving which is alot.

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PS: My favorite flavor is coffee and chocolate. I got it from here:

Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey Gold Standard - 5lbs Extreme Milk Chocolat

Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey Gold Standard – 5lbs Extreme Milk Chocolat

This protein powder is the top in the industry, delivering a nice 24grams of low carbohydrate, low fat and lactose whey protein that you can find. It also has one of the best amino acid profiles out there. Definitely my TOP choice!


Casein Protein Powder Reviews – Best Choices

I mainly use it pre-bedtime but it can be used through the day (the most important thing is to hit your macro’s). Casein protein is a very slow releasing protein and it generally provides more satiety when compared to whey protein.

My main choice and with the best taste I could find is 100% Casein Gold Standard.

I observed that when I use it in my last meal, it keeps me fuller for a longer time :)

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Optimum Nutrition 100% Casein Gold Standard - 4lbs Banana Cream

Optimum Nutrition 100% Casein Gold Standard – 4lbs Banana Cream

This casein protein is best taken pre bed because it is a slow absorbing protein and it has nice anti catabolic properties. It is also more satiating than the regular whey protein isolate.

Overall, a solid protein!


Vegan Protein Powder Review – Top Choice

Most vegan protein powders I see on the market are either mostly comprised on soy protein concentrate isolate or certain mixtures of vegan protein powders that don’t really create a complete amino acid profile.

Well, raw fusion which is a plant based protein powder combines pea, rice and artichoke to form a 80% protein powder.

It mixes well, it is lactose free, diary free, soy free and rich in BCAA’s and glutamine.

SAN Raw Fusion - 2lb Rich Chocolate

SAN Raw Fusion – 2lb Rich Chocolate

Great amino acid profile, formed from three different plant based protein powders that is easily digested and healthy along with helping you to keep your protein intake high.

The taste is also great!


I wanted to do a protein powder review because I see just too many people out there that are recommending over expensive cr*p when I personally found better alternatives that are even richer in amino acids and protein concentration.

Don’t get the firm, get the quality.

Depending on what you need, these are the main protein powders I recommend based on using them and also from what others have said:

Whey protein isolate is the best protein powder because it usually contains between 85%-90% protein with little to no fat.

If you are doing weight training, people like you and me need to keep our protein intake between 1-1.5 g/lb!

These are the best choices when it comes to protein powders and believe me, I did my deal of research before I chose a good protein powder at an acceptable price.

There is nothing on the market that can get close to their protein content, nice amino acid profile and also let’s not forget: price.

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