Monday, March 9, 2015
Pure Whey Protein Isolate By Summit Nutritions Review
-100% BIO PURE WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE - Summit Nutritions whey protein is isolated from Whey Protein concentrate by using patented ultra-microfiltration process which preserves Natural Profile of Amino Acid unlike other whey protein isolates that denature the Protein profile by using Ion Exchange method or others. Our PROTEIN is FREE FROM PROTEIN SPIKING OR AMINO ACID SPIKING and it gives you 90% Protein per Scoop (25/27.7g)
- HIGHEST BIOPURITY PROFILE - Summit Nutrition's Whey Protein Isolate gives 90% of protein per scoop (25/27.7g) and maximum amount (5.6 GM) of BCCAs and (4.8 GM) of Glutamines per serving size and it's ALL COMING FROM THE PROTEIN NOT EXTERNALLY ADDED. Also our protein has all 26 Full Spectrum Amino Acid Profiles including essential, semi essential and non-essential Amino Acids with 159 Biological Value and Perfect 1.0 PDCAAs Score.
- ZERO FAT, VERY LOW CARB AND CHOLESTEROL - Summit Nutritions Whey Protein isolate has zero fat and very less, in fact less than 1% Daily Value of Cholesterol and Carbohydrate which is much better than other proteins. In addition to this, there is ZERO FILLERS OR EXCEPIENTS.
- NON-GMO, LACTOSE FREE, SOY FREE & NATURALLY FLAVORED INSTANIZED - Summit Nutritions Whey Protein Isolate is free of Lactose, Soy Gluten, BSE/TSE, NON-GMO and naturally flavored with Stevia. The protein is gently spray dried and lecithinated into granular free flowing powder which readily dispersible in water.
- WHAT IS PROTEIN OR AMINO ACID SPIKING??? - Many National Brands has added extra cheap Amino Acids like Taurine, Glycine, Glutamines and Creatine to the protein powders even though they are not Food Based Protein, but added to be calculated as protein to lower the cost since they are much cheaper to manufacture. There are class action lawsuits cases against those companies (Mostly National Brands). We don't MAKE PROTEIN COMPLEX Whey Protein Isolate with Whey concentrate to bring cost down. So look at your Protein supplement fact and find out what is with Protein and make your choice.
I'm a bit choosy when it comes to the taste of my protein shake because I wouldn't sacrifice drinking something that I don't like. I've tried a few brands of protein shakes and the Pure Whey Protein Isolate from Summit Nutritions is probably one of the best tasting Whey Protein I've ever tasted and I couldn't help but feel like I'm drinking a chocolate dessert.
The Summit Nutritions Whey Protein came in 3 individually wrapped protein powder. Each individual wrap is equivalent to 1 serving. I mixed this with my usual lowfat milk and used my protein shaker bottle to evenly mix and dissolve the protein powder.
Similar to the protein shake I'm currently using, I have to mix this for about 30 seconds (or more) to fully dilute the protein powder. Even then, there are still small pieces of jelly-like substances (not gross by the way) which are left behind.
When I first tasted this, I was amazed by how delicious it is. It has this rich, chocolate-y taste and with the right amount of sweetness. I didn't taste any bitterness in it and actually felt like I was indulging myself with a dessert. I don't usually compliment a protein shake because I've tried a lot and most of them doesn't taste good.
I like to drink this post workout just because protein shakes are good to drink to rebuild muscles. It also doubles as my snack at night (I workout at around 7 pm) so it helps me keep full until I go to bed already.
The Pure Whey Protein Isolate by Summit Nutritions is really delicious and one of the best tasting whey protein shakes I've ever tasted.
You can purchase the Pure Whey Protein Isolate by Summit Nutritions HERE with free shipping.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."