Top 8 Whey Protein Powders To Maximize Your Gains

Top 8 Whey Protein Powders To Maximize Your Gains
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Staying fit is very important and challenging, especially when situations like the worldwide pandemic keep us stuck in our homes, forcing us to work out in our yards or living rooms. However, if you are trying to achieve more than just staying fit, you know how difficult it is to gain muscle and become more powerful. Thankfully, whey powders can come in handy in such situations. Another important aspect is to keep yourself healthy. Make sure you maintain a healthy lifestyle, as nutrition mistakes are very easy to make.

Whey protein powders contain vast ranges of necessary amino acids that are usually not present in plant-based protein products, and are very important for muscle growth. 

Protein powder is particularly convenient because it can be mixed with shakes or meals, making it easier to consume. However, when you go to to a dedicated shop and reach the whey aisle, you are often wondering which whey powder you should choose.

These are our top picks:

TrueFit

TrueFirt is more than regular protein whey. The product contains 25g of protein plus 8 grams of fiber, freeze-dried concentrates originating from 12 antioxidant-rich vegetables and fruit, plus probiotics that facilitate digestive health.

People who’ve tried it say that there is no need to combine TrueFit with anything else in a shake.

NakedWhey

NakedWhey is marketed as additive-free, but unlike other brands that only use that term to boost sales, Naked Whey only contains whey protein derived from grass-fed cows.

The product is also popular thanks to its low carbohydrate and fat count per serving. Also, it has 5.9 grams of BCAAs per serving. The only disadvantages to Naked Why are the fact that it still contains some sugar and it is a bit difficult to mix.

Platinum Hydrowhey Protein Powder

This product doesn’t mess around when it comes to protein count per a 30-gram serving. The whey isolates experience a hydrolyzation process, which the company says is easier to break down by the human body.

Cellucor Whey Protein Powder

This is one of the most famous such products on the market thanks to the following reasons: It has excellent taste, it is budget-friendly, and it includes 24 grams of protein per serving. Also, third-party tests revealed that the product could be successfully used for baking.

Its downsides are that it contains 130mg of sodium per serving and some artificial sweeteners. The product tastes good and is also one of the most affordable options.

Another advantage to Cellucor’s product is that it comes in numerous flavours to help you find the perfect balance between taste and performance.

MusclePharm Combat Protein Powder

This is one of the more balanced products available. It is best described as a blend of fast-acting whey protein that fuel muscle recovery and growth. MusclePharm Combat Protein Powder is trendy thanks to its slow-digesting casein quells munchies.

Users of the product reported feeling better after drinking 20 grams of the product mixed with water for a few weeks.

GNC’s AMP Wheybolic

GNC is one of the most famous names in the workout supplement industry. Its branded protein products are some of the best selling ones, particularly the AMP Wheybolic powder. The product is available in various flavours, some of which being more appealing to fans of Girl Scout Cookies.

There is a slight disadvantage to that, as some people found the product a bit too sweet for their taste.

A two-scoop serving rewards consumers with 40 grams of protein, 6.2 grams of leucine, 210 calories, 7 grams of net carbohydrates, plus 2 grams of total sugar. The powder mixes really well in water and doesn’t remain chunky.

The product can be used as both a pre-workout and post-workout drink. Its Thin Mint flavour is rich in chocolate and mint, which can feel like quite a refreshment after an intense workout session.

Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey Protein

This is often dubbed as the best tasting whey product by third-party testers. The main complaint regarding the product is the inclusion of artificial sweeteners. However, that shouldn’t be particularly alarming as the product only contains 1 gram of sugar per serving.

A regular serving consists of 120 calories, a gram of fat, three grams of carbs, plus 24 grams of protein, so it is safe to say that it is a well-balanced product. Also, it can be used in a wide range of recipes.

ISO 100 Whey

This product is one of the cleanest whey isolate takes on protein and flavour. This is particularly popular among gymnasts who enjoy mixing their protein with milk, as it gets turned into an enjoyable vanilla milkshake.

The taste is so good that you may be tempted to drink one on a rest day. It’s gluten free, the label says it’s keto friendly and it’s also suitable for a low carb diet.


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Jeffrey Olmsted

Jeffrey likes to write about health and fitness topics, being a champion fitness instructor in the past.

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