Best 2020 - NOW Sports Nutrition, Whey Protein, 24 G With BCAAs, Creamy Chocolate Powder, 10-Pound

Best Whey Protein Powder 2020 NOW Sports Nutrition, Whey Protein, 24 G With BCAAs, Creamy Chocolate Powder, 10-Pound. 

👍Same trusted quality with a brand new look! Packaging may vary
👍CREAMY CHOCOLATE WHEY PROTEIN WITH BCAAs: OW Whey Protein is a delicious blend of three of the highest quality whey protein concentrates and isolates from around the world: ultrafiltered, microfiltered, and enzymatically hydrolyzed (partially predigested). Extra glutamine blend! (No Artificial Sweeteners, Keto Friendly)
👍GMP Quality Assured: NPA A-rated GMP certification means that every aspect of the NOW manufacturing process has been examined, including our laboratory/testing methods (for stability, potency, and product formulation).

Now Sports whey protein powder I am slowly but surely becoming a NOW Foods loyal customer. They bring a no non sense product to the frontlines. I have done extensive research on many proteins, and other supplementation products out there and they always come up as one of my top choices. I just ditched ON Gold Standard 100% whey because they keep cranking up their price on an otherwise basic product. I wrote ON to inquire as to why the huge price hikes and they retorted that it was secondary to the cost of cheese (whey is a byproduct of the cheese manufacturing process and the price of cheese has gone up, or so they say). I did some research to see if I could find another quality protein only less expensive than ON and I ended up with this one. It really isn't that big of a price difference; however, I wanted to try a different product and so I bought this. This protein is a cocktail, or blend of different whey species, most companies will do this because of cost effectiveness, and to increase the bioavailability of their product. In my opinion this stuff gets the highest regards to cost, flavor, digestibility, and ease of mixing. If you are into proteins that have IFBB endorsements, flash and shiny packages, this might not be your protein. If you are like me, and want to spend your money on a no non sense high quality product, you need look no further than this product, or ON's whey (I guess it is a matter of preference on ingredients). Things that I would like to mention to the prospective buyer of the Dutch chocolate flavor is that if you have a dislike for the taste of coconut, you might want to try a different flavor. Additionally, I use 1-2 tsp of natural cocoa powder to all my protein drinks for the antioxidant and flavors, this practice makes all my drinks taste the same. Mixed with water you really get a taste of this coconutty taste, but mixed with milk you barely notice it. The serving size is 70mL or 1/3 Cup and you get 108 servings per 10 pound bag. The big difference that I notice with NOW's Whey vs. ON's Natural Whey is that with NOW you get less servings per bag, but with ON's Natural Whey you get fructose. Save your old protein scoop because they don't provide one in the bag, or at least I can't find it.

Best Now Sports Sport Nutrition I bought this Because I was trying to save money form buy ON's 100% Gold Standard Natural Whey Protein. I like this stuff because of the price for the volume, taste is not too bad and it doesn't mix too bad But I notice even with a large Blender Bottle that there is a little bit of chunk left after mixing but not tons.Pros: Decent on Price, 24 Grams of Protein and Amino AcidsCons: Mixes kinda poorly, Taste Could be a Little Better.I would Suggest this to anyone who Doesn't mind the Taste,and a little Bit of Chunks in there protein other than that Great Stuff.

Now Sports Whey Protein Taste changed in my most recent shipment. A friend who also gets this product confirmed. I've enjoyed this product for a few years now, and sadly like many other brands I enjoyed before, they had to go and change the formula. It doesn't taste bad now, but it is not nearly as good as it was up until now.*UPDATE* My review above was submitted when the product was called Dutch Chocolate. I infer from the new name that an ingredient must have been substituted (no doubt for something cheaper) that altered the flavor enough to prompt the change. Either that or my two prior Dutch Chocolate shipments were actually early batches of Creamy Chocolate that preceded the new labeling (seems unlikely). As mentioned above, it still tastes okay and is a very good product, but the Dutch Chocolate flavor was much better.

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