Best 2020 - Amazon Brand - Solimo Whey Protein Isolate Blend, Vanilla, 1.5 Pound (18 Servings)

Best Whey Protein Powder 2020 Amazon Brand - Solimo Whey Protein Isolate Blend, Vanilla, 1.5 Pound (18 Servings). 

👍One 1.5-pound container of whey isolate protein powder blend
👍30 g protein per serving, 18 servings per container
👍Contains milk and soy

Solimo whey protein powder When I saw that Amazon was making protein, I was a little skeptical. I've tried a fair variety of protein products ranging from whey protein, weight gainer, isolate, casein, and various blends of those. What I initially liked about this protein was how smooth it was - and pretty great flavor (chocolate), as well. Whey Isolate is one of the best kinds of protein that you can have post-workout. It's low in sugar and fat, but high in protein, and absorbs fast. I've been having this protein on a daily basis for just over one month now, and it's been a nice addition to my daily protein intake. I've been gaining lean muscle mass while losing additional fat. Would recommend this to anyone who's looking for an isolate protein at an affordable price - you know the price is going to be a deal for an Amazon product when you're shopping on Amazon :)

Best Solimo Sport Nutrition Tasted great in my smoothies, not good in my oatmeal (bad aftertaste). Vanilla flavor was good and texture was undetectable. Sugar alternative made me and my daughter have significant stomach problems. I tried it several times with the same result. Real sugar protein products have not caused any problems.

Solimo Whey Protein I'm always on the lookout for a new product to try, but for the most part stick to Nutricost or NOW's unflavored whey isolate products. Thought I'd try the Amazon brand protein just due to its low cost point. First, this isn't whey isolate, but a blend of isolate and concentrate, which ups the cholesterol. That alone would make me likely not purchase again, but if lipid counts aren't an issue for you, don't worry about it. The flavor of the vanilla is cloyingly sweet. I've had lots of protein shakes in 24 years of lifting, this ranks near the top for sweetness. Chocolate is a bit less so, but both are really overkill. It's ability to dissolve is disappointing. I use a BlenderBottle, which mixes up just about everything I've thrown in it, and even after a minute of agitation, these shakes come out clumpy. You really can't beat what you get for the price if you're seeking a good, cheap protein, but you definitely won't confuse this for a better-made product.

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