Best 2020 - Body Fortress Super Advanced Whey Protein Powder, Gluten Free, Chocolate, 5 lbs

Best Whey Protein Powder 2020 Body Fortress Super Advanced Whey Protein Powder, Gluten Free, Chocolate, 5 lbs. 

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Body Fortress whey protein powder Great taste and nutritional value of this supplement stacks up very well per pound against competitors. Price point is very good compared to competition.One thing to note is that the number of scoops per pound is less than competitors. In a 5 lb container I get 45 total scoops (30g protein each) from body fortress, while a 5lb container of gold standard protein has 73 scoops (24g protein each).To stretch this product further I use about 2/3 of a scoop to get 20g of Protein out of it, it still produces a shake that is very thick in consistency and tasty.

Best Body Fortress Sport Nutrition I've been taking this stuff for almost 8 months now and from searching around this is the best value for the size and price. The amount of protein is great at 30g per scoop where's other brands have 15-20g so this helps get you more of what you're after to begin with, the protein!I always drink 2 scoops in 16oz of water after a workout and have never had it with milk, tastes just fine with water! Highly recommended product. I am on what is probably my 7th tub of this by now!

Body Fortress Whey Protein I was recommended this product by a friend. I've tried a fairly small number of protein powders. I was looking for something that was even more budget friendly than Optimum Nutrition and to be honest, it's clear where Body Fortress either "cuts corners" or is simply delivering a slightly different product.First of all, it's worth noting that Body Fortress uses whey concentrate, not whey isolate like Optimum Nutrition. The primary difference here is that, as the name suggests, an isolate is an even more "pure" protein nutrient. What that means in practical terms is that you have to have more of it to get a similar amount of protein. So yeah, two hefty scoops is going to give you 60g of protein in one hefty shake... but it will also mean more calories, more fat and, perhaps most disturbingly, a TON of cholesterol.*That's fine if you want more of those calories, but the thing that I'm not a big fan of was just how much of the product I'm going through so quickly. Even though Body Fortress costs quite a bit less than O.N. you are using a much bigger scoop, so you're going through a larger amount of powder in less time. At the end of the day, you get a few more grams of protein but at an almost negligable price difference. I wish I had taken that more into consideration when buying it. If I ever have the desire to really bulk up, this might be a better option for me, but I already do a pretty good job -for me- managing macros without needing the extra fat contained here.To Body Fortress' credit, the powder mixes easily in milk or water, doesn't smell or taste bad. So for what it is, it's fine. there are some clear compromises/decisions made in this product that don't work for me, though.*odds are that if you are working out and doing lots of exercise you'll be okay, but for those using it as a more relaxed meal/calorie supplement, you will want to take that into consideration.

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