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Whether you are a picky eater, athlete, elderly,
or just want to suppress your appetite, boosting your protein intake can help keep your muscles
healthy and increase your muscle mass. Whey protein powder is one of the most effective
and inexpensive ways to add protein to your diet. Whey protein comes from the liquid left over
from the cheesemaking process. This liquid is dried into a powder. Since whey is basically the gross, acrid part
of milk, the best supplement companies then introduce flavors and sweeteners to the powder
while keeping fat, calories, and carbohydrates to a minimum. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best whey protein on the market, we have included links in the description for each
product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your budget
range. Starting off with the best overall whey protein
we have the Cellucor Whey Protein Isolate & Concentrate Blend Powder. The Cellucor Whey Protein Isolate & Concentrate
Blend Powder not only tastes good and has 24 grams of protein per serving, but it’s
also the most affordable option in our guide at 71.4 cents per serving and 3 cents per
gram of protein. Each serving also only has 1.5 grams of fat,
4 grams of carbs, and 120 calories. There are seven flavors to choose from, including
whipped vanilla, molten chocolate, and cinnamon swirl. Cellucor recommends mixing two scoops with
five to six ounces of your preferred beverage, but you can adjust the amount of liquid to
fit your tastes. The company also suggests mixing the powder
with yogurt, oatmeal, and pancakes. The Wirecutter recommends the Cellucor Cor-Performance
Whey because it did well in the site’s taste tests. The reviewer notes that the texture is smooth,
thick, and foamy. BarBend’s reviewer found it mixed easily,
tasted great, and was relatively inexpensive. However, he did note that there is a fair
amount of sodium (130 mg) and didn’t like that it has sucralose, an artificial sweetener. More than 1,000 Amazon buyers have left positive
reviews of the Cellucor Cor-Performance Whey. JW, the most helpful reviewer, has tried several
different protein powders, and this is his favorite. He enjoys the taste of cinnamon swirl and
found it was excellent in waffles and lattes. JW notes that the smooth consistency is unparalleled
by other brands. Many other buyers call this the best protein
powder they’ve tried. One commenter said the protein was able to
help boost her muscle growth and after-workout recovery. Next up we have the best grass-fed whey protein
powder which goes to the Legion Whey+ Isolate Protein Powder. One 30-gram serving of Legion Whey+ Isolate
Protein Powder gives you 22 grams of protein, while only adding 100 calories, one gram of
fat, and three grams of carbs to your daily total. There is no sugar in this powder. Instead, it’s sweetened with Stevia, a plant-based
sugar substitute that is generally considered healthier than artificial sweeteners. The powder is also free of antibiotics, hormones,
and GMOs. If you’re not satisfied for any reason, Legion
Athletics offers a full refund within 90 days of your purchase date. Very Well Fit recommends the Legion Athletics
Whey+ Protein Powder because in its tests the consistency of the mix was excellent,
and the reviewer didn’t experience any aftertaste. However, she did note that she wished the
flavor was a bit stronger. Best Pre-Workout for Women also complained
about how this powder tasted, but the reviewer still recommends it because of the small ingredient
list and the high protein content. About 85% of the people who reviewed the Legion
Athletics Whey+ Protein Powder on Amazon gave it five stars. The most common comment from buyers is that
they appreciate how few calories are in it and that there’s no sugar. Many buyers of the chocolate peanut butter
flavor say that they like the taste. They say it’s similar to chocolate milk with
telltale protein notes to it. One reviewer appreciated that it was a healthy
way to satisfy her chocolate cravings. Comments about the price are all over the
board suggesting that it regularly fluctuates. So, keep your eye out for good deals. Currently, it’s the most expensive option
in our guide at $1.76 per serving and 7.6 cents per gram of protein. Up next we have the best tasting whey protein
powder which goes to the Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey Protein Powder. The Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey
Protein Powder gets its sweetness from a little bit of sugar (1 gram per serving) and acesulfame
potassium, which is an artificial sweetener also known as Ace-K.
Each serving has 120 calories, a gram of fat, three grams of carbs, and most importantly
24 grams of protein. At 78.2 cents per serving and 3.3 cents per
gram of protein, this is one of the most affordable options on our list. Optimum Nutrition has also curated a number
of recipes in which you can use the powder. The Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey
is The Wirecutter’s top pick for whey protein powders. The reviewer found the powder met safety and
accuracy criteria, had a pleasant texture, and tasted the best of the 10 powders in her
taste test. Her main complaints are that you have to dig
the scoop out of the container and the taste is a bit sweet. Several other expert sites also recommend
this brand, including BarBend, NutriProtein Supplement, and USA Home Gym. More than 13,000 people have left four- or
five-star reviews of the Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey on Amazon. There are several buyers who say this is the
best protein they’ve ever tried. However, there are numerous complaints that
the formula has changed recently. The most helpful reviewer, in a review from
over two years ago, pointed out that the blend of digestive enzymes was replaced by ingredients
like salt and the artificial sweetener sucralose. Another buyer in a more recent review argued
that the formula has not changed for double rich chocolate (and the label backs this up). Yet, he does warn against flavors like cake
batter, ice cream, and banana. Next we have the best fat-free whey protein
powder which goes to the Myprotein Impact Whey Isolate Protein. Depending on the flavor you choose, the Myprotein
Impact Whey Isolate Protein fits up to 22 grams of protein into each 25-gram serving. It does this with little or no fat or sugar
and only 90 calories per serving. The sodium content is also low at 25 mg per
serving. At $1.06 per serving and 4.8 cents per gram
of protein, this is one of the more expensive alternatives on our list. Labdoor independently tests dozens of whey
protein powders, and the site recommends the Myprotein Impact Whey Isolate because it scored
high in Labdoor’s ingredient safety, nutritional value, and product purity tests. The testers found there were 21.9 grams of
protein in every 25-gram serving. Fuelboard says this powder provides the best
value for his money in his experience. He notes that after taking 2 or 2.5 scoops
per day, he’s experienced significant muscle gains. Approximately 82% of the Myprotein Impact
Whey Isolate reviews on Amazon are positive. One buyer liked that the powder is easy to
mix and tastes great without being too sweet. He also found the texture to be smooth, and
it sat well in his stomach. There are a few complaints, though. One reviewer warns buyers to make sure they
are getting the whey isolate and not just the whey concentrate. If you follow our links, you should be fine. Another buyer complained that the protein
she received had different ingredients than what was advertised. And for our last pick we have the best digestion-friendly
whey protein powder which goes to the Dymatize ISO 100 Whey Protein Powder. The Dymatize ISO 100 Whey Protein Powder is
not the only lactose-free option on our list — the Legion Athletics powder is also lactose-free
— but it’s the only one that uses hydrolyzed isolate protein, which is supposed to help
with digestion and absorption. Each serving has 25 grams of protein, less
than a gram of fat, 120 calories, and 2 grams of carbs, including less than 1 gram of sugar. There are 13 flavors to choose from, including
cinnamon bun, fudge brownie, gourmet chocolate, and chocolate coconut. At 91.7 cents per serving and 3.7 cents per
gram of protein, it’s in the middle of the pack price-wise. Labdoor recommends the Dymatize ISO 100 as
one of the best whey protein powders. In its tests, the powder had high scores for
nutritional value and product purity, including less than 1 part per million of six harmful
substances. Around 91% of the calories in this powder
come from its protein content. The reviewer at Best Pre-Workout for Women
found the flavors were sweet, bold, and tasted as advertised. Her favorite is the cookies and cream flavor. There are more than 2,000 five-star reviews
of the Dymatize ISO 100 on Amazon. One reviewer with decades of experience in
the pharmacy and biotech fields noted that most supplements are marketing trickery, but
for him, this was not the case with Dymatize. He appreciated that it helped with his muscle
gains as he lifted weight and that it didn’t cause him gastrointestinal distress. There are a few quality control complaints
from a few years ago about foreign objects in the powder and broken seals. The complaints are not found in more recent
reviews, though. So that sums up our top whey proteins of 2019. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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5 thoughts on “✅ TOP 5: Best Whey Protein 2019

  1. I byed dymatize whey protein and got acne on my shoulder and arm,, and i purchase it from new life store which is genuine importer in India ,,, I'm from India .. not satisfied with this brand

  2. Myprotein what ambalage and designe shiiiit.they don thing about any designe just pun in white plastik bag.

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