Monday, March 9, 2015

100% Pure Whey Protein Isolate 3 Single Serve Pk Review

Recently I got 100% Pure Whey Isolate 3 Single Serve Pk to review.


I do wish that they would have given me more. I knew up front that we weren't getting a lot to review. Companies need to understand that reviews do take time. $7.99 worth of product isn't worth my time. It takes me awhile to take pictures, read about their product, and write the review.

My boys are always hungry. This is protein that helps them get filled up.


I split one packet between the boys. On on the packet it says that you can mix it with your favorite drink. I mixed the boy's in with unsweetened almond milk.

I wish it came with a whisk because that's what I needed to use to get it all mixed up. You can see it was clumpy. There's no way shaking it in a closed container, or stirring it with a spoon would have taken out the clumps.


I whisked it with the boy's chocolate milk/hot coco electric whisk. It was mixed.


Mica liked it. Isaak didn't care for it.


In the morning I tried a packet in our smoothie. It was the bomb! We all liked it except for Isaak. He doesn't like smoothies in general.

Smoothie:
  • 1 cup of baby spinach leaves
  • 10 frozen strawberries
  • 2 bananas
  • 1 package of 100% Pure Whey Protein Isolate
  • Water (if you like it thick add a little water, if you like it runny add a lot of water) 

This made 3 adult smoothies, or 2 adults and 2 children sized smoothies.


What I love about 100% Pure Whey Protein Isolate:
 
  • It's Lactose Free - I try and stay away from milk products. I'm not 100% perfect, but I try for the most part
  • I also love that it fills the boys up - 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 - Their protein is free from protein spiking or amino acid spiking and it gives you 90% Protein per Scoop
  • It's Gluten Free
  • Soy Free
  • It's Non-GMO
  • It's Kosher
  • It's low in Cholesterol
  • Zero Fat 
  • Naturally Flavored 
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).

They 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.

Flavors and Cost:

Natural Alpine Vanilla Single Serving of 3 $7.99 | 2 Pounds $36.99 | 5 Pounds $69.99

Natural Dutch Chocolate Single Serving of 3 $7.99 | 2 Pounds $36.99 | 5 Pounds $69.99

I got the Natural Alpine Vanilla Single Serving of 3.

 
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

5 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Smaller packets like that might be handy for traveling I guess.

Masshole Mommy said...

My kids would love that smoothie & it's an awesome way to sneak it in there.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I don't think I've ever tried whey before. I think I'd try it in a smoothie instead of something a little thinner at first.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I agree Alissa. I don't do product reviews under a certain amount unless it is something I really want or need.
I used to make my own whey.

~ Noelle said...

These small packs would be great for on the go, but you are right, what would you do without a whisk.
My brothers friend is all about the whey protein, need to tell him about it.

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