Best 2020 - Mike's Mix All-Natural, Unflavored Whey Protein Concentrate (2.25 lbs)

Best Whey Protein Powder 2020 Mike's Mix All-Natural, Unflavored Whey Protein Concentrate (2.25 lbs). 

๐Ÿ‘100% Pure Unflavored Whey Protein Concentrate
๐Ÿ‘Clean Whey with no sweeteners, coloring, or preservatives, rBST free
๐Ÿ‘Sourced from family farms in rural USA. Manufactured by Mike's Mix. Support small business.

Mike%27s Mix whey protein powder We've been using the basic Mike's Mix for years, but I wanted to up my protein without upping carbs. Have been shopping Whey sources, but so many are from giant companies that I'm not sure I trust. I didn't even know Mike had a Whey protein. My research (check it yourself on Google) shows his suppliers to be US-local, and here is an interesting write up on where they make it (that write-up is not mine. Just found in during my research).Any rate -- I tried 1/2 and 1/2 of Mike's Mix and Mike's Whey. Mixes easy, tasted fine, NO artificial sweeteners (I hate sucralose) and locally sourced materials, while support a small business run by health enthusiasts. Seems like a no-brainer.

Best Mike%27s Mix Sport Nutrition For unflavored protien the flavor is good, mixes great and best of all it is protein concentrate with none of the other crap that is in most flavored protein blends. The instructions say the serving size is one scoop which equals 28g. However the enclosed scoop slightly rounded only provides about 18g of the product so if you want an accurate measure of protein weigh the product with a food scale. If the claim of 23g of protein per 28g serving is accurate then one slighty rounded scoop only provides about 14.8g of protein. Servings per package is still accurate since 4 lbs = 64 oz which would equate to 64.6 28g servings.

Mike%27s Mix Whey Protein I love MIke's Mix and have been buying the 2 lb. bags from Amazon for a while, but this time I went for the 4 lb. as the price jumped up significantly on the 2 lb. bag recently. It keeps well so I know I'll get through this monster before it goes bad.This makes great protein shakes; I like the whey much better than soy powders (whey better?!) because it doesn't add much of its own taste to the shake.My only quibble is the scoop they provide. The package says one scoop is 28 gm, which should provide 23 gms of protein. But if you weigh it out, one scoop is only 17 gms, which yields just 14 gms of protein. I determined that a 1/3 cup measuring cup of powder gives you the 28 gm serving. To be sure, the weight of product in the bag is as advertised so they are not shorting on the amount, there are indeed 65 full 28 gm servings, just be advised that the scoop is not providing the full 28 gm serving.

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