Best 2020 - Amp Pure Isolate Chocolate

Best Whey Protein Powder 2020 Amp Pure Isolate Chocolate. 

👍WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE POWDER: GNC AMP Pure Isolate is a micro-filtered, fast-digesting whey protein isolate powder that delivers 25g protein, 5g BCAA and 0g sugar per 1-scoop serving.
👍SUPERIOR FORMULAS FOR SUPERIOR RESULTS: A lack of protein can lead to excessive protein catabolism (breakdown) and may obstruct your athletic goals. Take it on with 25g protein which provides 19g of muscle-supporting amino acids, 5g BCAA including Isoleucine, Valine and Leucine, which is involved in the growth and repair process of muscle tissue and 1g of Creatine building blocks.
👍BACKED BY SCIENCE: Since 1935, GNC has been committed to meeting the highest standards of quality, safety and efficacy while applying the most up-to-date advances in nutritional science so you can live well.

GNC whey protein powder This protein powder tastes great with just water. That's not easy to find! My favorite way to have it is with spinach, pb, and 1/2 banana. But really it's great alone. It satisfies my sweet tooth and craving for chocolate while helping me reach my protein goals

Best GNC Sport Nutrition This chocolate protein powder tastes great! We mix it in our mini blender, 1 c almond milk, half frozen banana and ice. Tastes great and gives us energy for hours. Great for an after workout drink or quick on the go meal replacement.

GNC Whey Protein I recently decided to switch to a hydrolyzed whey isolate protein because I heard they work well for lactose sensitive folks and digest quicker. I was stuck between this GNC brand, the ISO100 by dymatize, and the platinum hydro whey by optimum nutrition. I saw good reviews for all of these proteins but I ultimately chose this one because you get the most servings for the money you’re paying. All three of the brands were roughly 50 dollars for a large tub, or in this case two smaller tubs. GNC amp pure isolate gives you 56 servings (28 servings each) for roughly 50 bucks while the others were 40 something servings so this was just the better deal.As for the taste, it’s not bad. It’s actually pretty sweet, a little too sweet in my opinion but it’s definitely still drinkable. It’s not one of those nasty proteins that makes you wanna gag. I think it can be bittered up with some cacao powder to calm down the sweetness so I might try that in the future. This mixes really well with almond milk in a blender bottle. It doesn’t turn thick or clump at all. I didn’t have any digestion issues like flatulence, bloating, or an upset stomach like other whey proteins had given me before.

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