Best 2020 - Bluebonnet Nutrition Whey Protein Isolate Powder, Whey from Grass Fed Cows, 26 Grams of Protein, No Sugar Added, Non GMO, Gluten Free, Soy Free, Kosher Dairy, 2.2 lbs, 32 Servings, Original Unflavored

Best Whey Protein Powder 2020 Bluebonnet Nutrition Whey Protein Isolate Powder, Whey from Grass Fed Cows, 26 Grams of Protein, No Sugar Added, Non GMO, Gluten Free, Soy Free, Kosher Dairy, 2.2 lbs, 32 Servings, Original Unflavored. 

👍Contains 26 grams of Crossflow Microfiltered Whey Protein Isolate per serving Sourced from rBGH/Antibiotic Free, Grass Fed, Free-Roaming Cows with No Sweeteners or Artificial Colors/Flavors
👍Nutritional Support Muscle Growth & Development
👍Soy-Free, Gluten-Free, Kosher Dairy, Non-GMO, No Sugar Added

BlueBonnet whey protein powder This is AMAZING!!!!!! I love, love, love this protein powder.I've probably tried about 40-50 different ones, and this is hands down THE BEST! It's super fine and dissolves immediately. It's not pasty, it doesn't clump, it's perfect! It's as fine as talc. You can just put 1 scoop in a bottle with some almond milk, cold brew coffee... shake it up-- and viola! An low-cal, protein packed latte! You don't need to use a blender like many powders. No grainy/gritty taste at all!I put it in all my blended fruit smoothies, pancakes, oatmeal -- everything! It smells like cake mix... but it doesn't have any sugar! None of those nasty tasting sweeteners. All the flavor is coming from whatever your putting it into. I got several of my co-workers hooked on this. They love it too!It's expensive, but highly worth it! It's also the only protein powder I can get my husband to eat/drink.Try some, you won't be disappointed. YUM!!!

Best BlueBonnet Sport Nutrition I have used Bluebonnet for years. I first bought it because it was made from 100% grass fed New Zealand cows and didn’t have any artificial flavoring or sweeteners. It mixes well and delivers a solid amount of protein isolate for the calories and the price. Then they changed the formula. Even the “original flavor” which is supposed to be flavorless has “natural vanilla flavor” now that tastes awful. It’s also no longer made from grass fed cows. I will not purchase it again. Very disappointing.

BlueBonnet Whey Protein I was an Optimum Whey guy for years and after starting a family I started to get more conscious about where my food was coming from. The crazy amount of artificial ingredients and metals in their formula made me realize I couldn't use their product anymore. Especially since my daughter wants a sip of my smoothie 90% of the time.This protein can be used for people who want to feed their muscles after a nice workout or start their day with a healthy breakfast...I like to use it for both.My review is also specific to this specific flavor...much better than their "Vanilla" flavor which has too much stevia for my tastebuds.The whey is 100% derived from grass fed cows. I emailed their customer service and they would typically respond within a day or two. I wanted to make sure there was no crazy marketing and that 100% of the whey came from 100% of grass fed cows. And I can confirm that it does.They are also working on non-GMO verification and hope to have that soon, but it is a costly and lengthy process as many know. This product is non-GMO though.I don't know why other reviewers keep harping on the soy...I don't have an issue with limited amounts of soy, but this product contains zero soy and has for some time. It contains non-GMO sunflower lecithin.MCT oil is just pressed coconut or palm oil typically...I didn't ask, but I may send an email on that. MCT oil is actually sold as a health supplement on its own.So the ingredient profile is low, the whey is derived from grass fed cows, and there are no GMOs. Those are the main things I look for now in a protein.I was using Source Organic Whey for a little while, but they are almost double the price. If money is no object you can't wrong with Source.Bluebonnet is a little larger company than Source and can afford to sell for less. I like supporting the little guy, but 50% less is just too much to ignore and it is not like Bluebonnet is a fortune 500.And then taste...I prefer my protein to have very little taste. I mix with a variety of fruit and your other typical smoothie staples...peanut butter, yogurt, cinnamon, or whatever I'm feeling that day. A lot of the new proteins that are trying to use responsible ingredients include stevia and that just dominates the drink to me. This pairs great with fruit and does not take over the taste. I would consider it very mild. I would never call it delicious on its own with water or milk, but I wouldn't call it bad either. Again...very mild.So from a guy who has used Optimum Whey, Optimum Platinum, Muscle Milk, Bluebonnet Vanilla, Source Organic, Jay Robb's (I think that is the name) and a few more, this is my absolutely number one seed when all is said and done.

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