Best 2020 - Pure Whey Protein Isolate Powder by Muscle Feast | All Natural and Kosher Certified (5lb, Chocolate)

Best Whey Protein Powder 2020 Pure Whey Protein Isolate Powder by Muscle Feast | All Natural and Kosher Certified (5lb, Chocolate). 

👍PURE WHEY ISOLATE PROTEIN: 20.5g per serving.
👍LOW CARB & LOW CALORIE: The perfect whey protein for those watching their macros.
👍SUGAR FREE: Sweetened naturally with Stevia.

Muscle Feast whey protein powder EDIT: In my original review I wrote the taste was like a "watered down, off-brand "chocolate drink"". It's come to my attention I was overdiluting it. When I mix it with less water (as recommended on the bottle) it actually taste chocolate milkshake-y. I'd consider this a very good tasting protein.ORIGINAL REVIEW:I had started on the MuscleFeast unflavored whey protein powder. I was doing a low carb diet and needed something with little to no sugar in it. The unflavored one tasted pretty bad in water, but could easily be overpowered with non-nutritive flavoring (like Mio). When I began running low I decided to the the chocolate flavor. I'm still looking to add protein to my diet without adding too much sugar or fat. I'm a big guy and don't have a problem bulking, so I want to keep the calories low. To that extent, I wanted to avoid mixing this with milk, which would probably make it taste pretty good. Unfortunately, this does NOT mix with almond milk. I have no idea why, it just won't. It forms big clumps, no matter how hard I shake or mix it. Fortunately, it mixes very easily with water and still tastes okay. If your parents ever bought you the watered down, off-brand "chocolate drink" when you were little, instead of chocolate milk, well...that's what this tastes like mixed with water. It's not delicious, or even good, but it's quite palatable. I can't imagine getting better results without getting a product with more sugar or fat in it. For that reason, I'm very satisfied with this product. If you're the type of person who has trouble bulking, or has difficulty eating enough calories for muscle growth, I'm sure you would have no qualms mixing it with milk for a fuller flavor. Other reviews seem to indicate it mixes well that way.

Best Muscle Feast Sport Nutrition Just a quality protein with no weird or unsafe ingredients in it. This is also one of the highest rated on labdoor, as well. Other protein powders can make me feel weird, light headed and just strange. Not so with this one.

Muscle Feast Whey Protein I switched to this protein from Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Whey at some point last year. I can't remember exactly what prompted the switch, but it may have been because the ON was out of stock. I am still a fan of ON products, but have been sticking with the Muscle Feast Whey Isolate. It seem to contain very few additives. The flavor is more subtle than ON's dessert flavors, but is good and the powder mixes well. Of course, it's not quite fair to compare a whey blend (like ON) to an isolate (like this product). The isolate is naturally more expensive, but also apparently a higher quality protein. Muscle Feast also offers whey blends which cost about the same as ON's whey blends.I have been doing intermittent fasting for more than a year now, usually eating between about 7am and 3pm every day and fasting for the rest of the day. I like to have a protein shake for my first meal of the day, immediately followed by overnight oats. The protein shake consists of two scoops of Muscle Feast Whey Isolate, one scoop of Muscle Feast Whole Oat powder, optionally a spoonful of natural peanut butter, mixed in some variant of milk. I enjoy it every single time. Also, I am happy to report that it has given me no major stomach issues. After the protein shake and overnight oats, I feel full for about 3 to 4 hours, and then go for meal #2.

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