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Impact Whey Protein Reviews

By: MyProtein



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(Out of 10, after 7 reviews)
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Impact Whey Protein is a Whey Protein Powder manufactured by MyProtein. It is a dairy based protein that supports lean muscle gain by suppling additional protein to recovering muscles, which can also improve fat loss.
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REVIEWS (7)



Overall
Overall
8.7
Effectiveness
Effectiveness
8.5
Value
Value
9.0
  June 19, 2017

 Pros:
 Cons:
  • Good Value
  • Builds Muscle
  • Increased Focus
  • Increased Energy
  • Amino Acid Profile
  • Great Taste
  • Great Recovery
  • Easy On The Stomach
  • Poor Quality Pouches
  • Texture Is A Bit Off

Introduction

(About yourself, 1-3 sentences maximum)
Name is Kaka. I workout regularly 3-4 times a week. I stand at 6'1 and about 180 pounds and i am trying to bulk without gaining fat. I have tried many different supplements and i think i can give you my opinion about them. I ran out of Whey Concentrate and i decided to try Impact Whey Protein by MyProtein. My next review will be Hydro Matrix (Whey Hydrolysate).

Ingredient Profile

One scoop (25g) contains 103 calories, 21g Whey Concentrate, 1.9g Fat (of which 1.3g is Saturates), 1g Carbs (of which 1g is Sugar) and Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin). This ingredient profile is on unflavored version. I think this macro can fit on any diet with no problem. Also it contains a full amino acid profile which is great.

Flavored versions have between 91% to 96% protein compared to Unflavored Version and some contain extra preservatives than others (Acesulfame K, Anthocyanin etc) so before picking a flavor check out for the protein ratio and the additives on it. Personally i chose the Vanilla flavor for the 96% protein ratio and because it hasn't got a lot chemicals on it.

The first thing i notice is that many people rate the quality of the protein only based on purity (less carbs, less fat = more quality product) which is somewhat wrong. Purity certainly plays a role but it's not the only factor to determine that. I will give you an example: Soy Protein is 90% pure and contains less carbs and fat than Whey Concentrate (80% pure). Does that make Soy Protein a more quality product than Whey Concentrate? Short answer: No. Long Answer: Hell, No. Why not? Excluding the potential health risks from Soy, the main reason is because Whey Concentrate amino acid profile contains 60% more Leucine, 60% more Isoleucine and 40% more Valine than Soy Protein on a 100g pure Protein basis (comparing Impact Whey and Soy Protein Isolate from MyProtein). These amino acids are our favorite and beloved BCAAs which help with Muscle Building and Recovery (Leucine especially is the most important amino acid for Muscle Building). Of course if you are on a diet you won't pick one product which contains 40-50% protein but when we are talking about somewhat small difference on ratio (example: 80% and 90% ratios) the first thing i look is the amino acid profile of the protein. Let's be fair here 1-2 g more carbs and fat won't ruin your diet.

Both Whey Isolate and Whey Concentrate have some benefits against each other.

It's a fact that Isolate has a slightly faster digestion time than Concentrate (not always and not significant), it's better for moderate to severe lactose intolerant people (lactose is removed) and it contains less fat and carbs.
Concentrates have some benefits compared to Isolates like far higher levels growth factors such as IGF-1, TGF-1, and TGF-2 (in the fat content), phospholipids and immunoglobulins for immunity, intestinal health.

You need to weight the advantages of each. I will respectfully disagree with the vast majority of the reviewers in SR, from my point of view if you are digest lactose fairly like me and you don't think that 2-3 grams of fat and carbs will derail your diet out of tracks Whey Concentrate is better. Isolates have a faster digestion time but not sufficient enough to outweigh the advantages of Concentrate. I will compare Whey Hydrolysate to Isolate, Concentrate on my next review.

Taste/Mixability/Dosing

I got Vanilla flavor because you really can't destroy a Vanilla flavor, you need to try really hard to achieve that. When you open the bag you get an amazing smell just like the vanilla ice cream i was eating when i was a small child. Oh the memories it smells really wonderful.
Taste is on the lighter side but still pretty good, not artificial at all and tastes exactly like vanilla. No aftertaste to talk about.

Mixability is decent but not the best, you need to shake this for a bit and some occasional small clumps. Texture is a bit off for my likings (slimy texture) and curds floating around but still you can drink this easily. Definitely not as good as Hydrolysate.

I would like to warn you about the Pouches. If you open them you won't manage to reseal them, it's practically impossible. You will have to pour this protein on empty containers which can be annoying but absolutely necessary. MyProtein must change these bags immediately or they will start to lose customers and quite understandably.

I experimented a lot with doses, 1 scoop postworkout, 1.5 scoops postworkout, 2 scoops postworkout + 1 scoop after 6 hours and 1 scoop preworkout (40 minutes before workout) + 2 scoops postworkout.

Effectiveness

I first began safe with 1 scoop postworkout to see if i will have any digestion problems. No gas, no bloating nothing. Recovery was decent, i would still have some DOMS but nothing severe compared as without it. On 1.5 scoops post recovery was slightly enchanted compared to 1 scoop and again no side effects. Realizing that my stomach digested well this Protein i increased to 2 scoops post workout and recovery was considerable better than my previous dosages. DOMS were still there but considerably reduced and my energy levels were slightly increased during the day.

The most effective dosage for me was 1 scoop pre workout and 2 scoops post totally 60g of protein (Vanilla contains 1g less protein than Unflavored).

Pre-Workout:

Energy: Protein pre workout? Are you totally out of your mind? Under the right conditions it's feasible, i workout fasted after 1 hour of walking up and that single scoop increased my energy levels. I can definitely understand this because i stopped taking 200mg of caffeine for about 1-2 weeks and i was dragging a bit on my workout, but with one scoop pre workout my energy levels were compared to this pill of caffeine and this effect continued for about one month until this day which i didn't expect at all.

Focus: Usually before working out i take the minimum dosage of Tyrosine for Focus (500 mg) and i am somewhat more focused. But with this scoop extra before workout i feel significantly more focused than before. Does Whey protein make you more focused before workout? The answer is yes. Why? Due to the fact that one scoop contains 520mg of Tyrosine! Considering the fact that Tyrosine is effective for me this extra amount really helped me being more focused and mostly thinking about my next set.

Strength: I felt the lighter weights even more lighter and i could easily increase the reps. On more heavier weights i felt no difference at all. I had no digestive problems, bloat, farts etc. Nothing else to write about.

Post-Workout:

Recovery/Digestion/Muscle Building: Overall Recovery was great and better than only 2 scoops post workout. DOMS were severely reduced and my energy levels were definetely increased during the day. I could feel my stomach a bit fuller but without being bloated, no digestive problems or farts and helped me reach my macros easily and conveniently. Also it helped me build more muscle and helped me maintain my strength and form better.

Value

I bought 5 kilos for about 58 Euros (64.66 Dollars). Each serving costs 0.29 Euros which is a great price. Even if you use 3 scoops like me it's a great offer.

Conclusion

If you are not moderate to high lactose intolerant i think this protein won't cause you digestion problems. Great Recovery and Taste, some Focus and Energy as Pre-Workout, Annoying Poor Quality Pouches and Texture is a bit Off. Overall a good product which helped me reaching my goals.
Flavors:
  • Vanilla: 9/10



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Overall
Overall
8.8
Effectiveness
Effectiveness
8.5
Value
Value
9.0
  January 23, 2017

 Pros:
 Cons:
  • Builds Muscle
  • Good Value
  • Good Recovery
  • Gas

Introduction

I've always been of the mind set that whey proteins are all pretty much the same, so there is no reason to spend more money on something that's only more expensive because of the marketing that went into it; but this protein let me have a high-grade option that also satisfied my conservative wallet. I was able to buy 11lbs for $57.98 SHIPPED, directly from myprotein.com, and using a coupon code someone had posted on FitnessDealNews.com. That's an incredible value. The protein was already on sale, but came in over $60 without the coupon. On the MyProtein website you get a free shaker for orders over $60, and even though the coupon brought this below that threshold, they still threw in the shaker. I thought that was a nice gesture. When you add in the fact that this brand has 3 of the top 10 proteins on LabDoor.com (this one is #7), it's a no brainer.

Ingredient Profile

Each scoop is 100 Calories, and 20g of protein. It also has 2g of fat (1g is saturated), and 1g sugar. It's not the leanest, or the most protein rich serving I've ever seen, but it's right near the top. Altogether you only have 4 ingredients: Whey protein concentrate, artificial flavoring, soy lecithin, and sucralose. I love how simple that is.

Taste/Mixability/Dosing

Very tasty. I use a blender to mix a morning shake and it's great. A little on the sweeter side than others. After the gym I'll have an additional scoop that I mix with a spoon in water or in my shaker. In the shaker I have no clumps, but when I mix with a spoon it's a little more difficult to get rid of them. Fortunately, it's so tasty that it's not really a problem to drink it with curds floating around-- maybe different if you're a texture person though. I just don't really mind it.

Effectiveness

It works as well as any other quality protein. I don't know that I'd necessarily give it an edge over anything else though in terms of obvious results. To me, the effectiveness comes down more to the taste::calories ratio. I don't want something that doesn't taste good, but I also don't want to waste my calories for the day in a shake. Overall when taking it I've noticed DOMS are reduced, I just *feel* like my body is getting the protein it needs to recover, and my gains are consistently progressing like they should be. The only other thing I keep an eye out for with proteins is having a diverse profile of amino acids that I've heard can fool the test results for protein content to reading higher than they actually are, and ultimately result in a bit of a nitro boost but very little recovery value. I don't see any of that in here

Value

As I mentioned in the intro, I got 11lbs for less than $58! Incredible. It's a ton of protein to buy at once, and the bags are hard to reseal, but I just filled a normal 2lb tub of an old protein, tediously blew out the protein that was stuck in the ziplock, and was able to get an airtight seal again. A little messy and time consuming, but you don't have to do it often if you can do something similar.

Side Effects

A little gas. That's from what it is though-- not who made it.

Conclusion

Shipping took a little while to get to me-- a little over a week here in CT. Because of that I was forced to go out and buy a cheap GNC protein to hold me over. When the MyProtein came in I was shocked to look at the two side by side. GNC's protein looked almost chalky, and it had a bit of a chemical aftertaste to it. MyProtein on the other hand was downright velvety and it tasted great. I have no complaints at all. Shipping took a while but it came all the way across the country at a great price. I can time things better next time-- and there will be many next times!



$6.59

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BodyBuilding.com   $29.99



Overall
Overall
9.2
Effectiveness
Effectiveness
9.0
Value
Value
9.4
  January 12, 2017

 Pros:
 Cons:
  • Good Value
  • Builds Muscle
  • Easy On The Stomach

    Introduction

    I'm surprised to see this protein has not received more reviews. This is my go to protein and always have a stash of it somewhere in the house.

    Ingredient Profile

    Depending on the flavor you choose, you are looking at somewhere near 100 calories per scoop, 20g protein, 2 g carbs, and a gram of fats. This is strictly a whey concentrate protein source and uses pretty minimal flavoring ingredients. They offer a natural option as well as a Stevia sweetened option at no additional cost which is nice. Wish more companies offered that. Only weird thing is that they use artificial sweetener (Sucralose) in their "natural" line. It appears the difference is that they only use natural flavors from their regular line.

    Taste/Mixability/Dosing

    Taste 9/10: I have had four of their Stevia sweetened flavors and I have enjoyed all of them. Flavors I have had are chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, and banana. All four flavors taste great in water in my opinion. However normally I use the strawberry and banana ones when I make fruit smoothies. Some may not like the Stevia flavors, but I always prefer them when available.

    Mixability 7/10: Spoon and cup method as well as the shaker method both produced clumps. It clumped up on top of the water and also stuck to the sides and bottom of the cups.

    Dosing 10/10: Take a scoop as needed.

    Effectiveness

    This is my staple protein powder. There are protein powders that show on the label that they have better macro profiles or whatever, but I do not think you can go wrong with this stuff. MyProtein claims that this powder is up to 80% protein. "Up to" is kind of vague, but I would guess the 80% is for their unflavored and their flavored powders are slightly below that. You cannot really get too much more pure than 80% with concentrate, so you are definitely getting a quality protein here. Labdoor has this rated in the top three protein powders for both quality and value. Every protein is not listed on Labdoor, but there are many popular proteins on there so for MyProtein's Impact Whey to be top three in both categories is great.

    I never had any issues digesting this. I used this frequently as a snack during the day. I try not to go over two protein shakes a day, but with this stuff it is kind of hard to restrain myself.

    Value

    This is where IWP really shines. They offer 2.2, 5.5, and 11 pound protein bags (depends on flavor and availability sometimes). Regular price for the 11 pound bag goes for $90 which is a great price in itself. That comes out to a little over $8 a pound or $0.45 a serving. However they run some of the best promotions in the business and frequently you can find an 11 pound bag for $55. That is $5 a pound or $0.28 a serving. That is crazy. When most of our benchmarks for supplements are around $1 per serving, you can get about 4 servings for $1. I do not know how they do it. Their shipping is even super affordable. They have a $4 shipping cost to the mainland and it is free once you spend over $70.

    Side Effects

    None.

    Conclusion

    Seriously cannot find another protein that has been third party tested that you can find for this cheap. Cannot say enough good things about MyProtein in general. The quality, pricing, taste are all up there with the best of them. Only gripe would be that is is only 20 g of protein per scoop, but even that is not bad. If you have not ordered from them yet, you definitely should soon.



    Overall
    Overall
    8.5
    Effectiveness
    Effectiveness
    9.0
    Value
    Value
    8.0
    Full-Container Received through SR TROOPs.
    Thanks to MyProtein for sending it out!
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      August 5, 2015

     Pros:
     Cons:
    • Easy On The Stomach
    • Good Value
    • Builds Muscle
    • Good Recovery
      Once again, shout out and thanks to the protein of choice for big Benni Magnusson.

      Protein is always tricky to review, or not depending on how you look at it. Effectiveness is pretty much moot, unless we're talking about other-worldly quality or an individual's diet is sorely lacking altogether. I will, as always, do my best and provide my opinion in an objective manner. Or something like that

      INGREDIENT PROFILE: A
      At a glance, there is about 90 calories per serving with 20 grams of protein, one lone gram of carbohydrates in the form of sugars, and fat is practically nil (two grams) from whey concentrate. I like these numbers, and personally believe they can fit into any diet for any purpose. For me, they're at that point where it isn't too heavy to throw into a cutting diet and it can easily be thrown into giant shakes for bulking purposes.
      The list of ingredients themselves can ultimately fit on one hand. That I like, a lot. For a lot of things (pizza not included), I prefer the "less is more" approach and champion quality over quantity. I feel you get that with Impact Whey.

      MIXABILITY: C
      Was a bit let down, here. No matter how much water I used, there was always some small clumps left over. It took a couple tries before you finished the cup to get the clumps to diminish. Only my blender seemed to actually work in mixing Impact Whey clean on the first try.

      TASTE: B
      Naturally flavored with some artificial help. Unfortunately, the taste was a bit watered down. I received the "chocolate nut" flavor, and I didn't get too much chocolate or nut. You get enough to know an attempt was made, but not much more. Still, I'd much rather have a weakly flavored one than something too strong and equally horrible tasting. Decent marks for not going over board and ruing itself.

      EFFECTIVENESS: A
      Flexibility of use is good, as previously stated. In a breakfast smoothie or on its own, it fits in to whatever role you throw at it. It was light enough that I could drink it post workout and not ruin my appetite for a meal when I got home, and it fit right into whatever I threw into the blender for a smoothie.
      Stomach issues were non-existent. No bloating, no gas, no nothing bad. I like that a lot; give protein powder that doesn't turn me into a bloated fart machine, and you may just have a future customer.

      VALUE: A
      Three different sizes are available to choose from; 2lb, 2.2lb, and a 5lb bag. Price per pound works out to $13.50, $12.27, and $11.00 respectively.
      I received a 2.2lb bag, which works out to roughly 40 one-scoop servings, and lasted for quite a while. At about $27 for the 2.2lb bag, the price is about as good as it gets.

      OVERALL: B
      It's a simple protein that works. Not too much fluff, affordable pricing, and an agreeable taste that won't turn you into a walking fart bomb. Given the opportunity, I would indeed buy this again.



      Overall
      Overall
      8.4
      Effectiveness
      Effectiveness
      7.7
      Value
      Value
      9.7
        June 23, 2015

       Pros:
       Cons:
      • Builds Muscle
      • Good Value
      • Easy On The Stomach

        Introduction

        Hi all, 3rd review here for me on SR and the second of a Myprotein product. I'll need to quit on the Myprotein reviews after this or I'll be getting a reputation as a Myprotein shill. Fact is that I have only been using basics like whey and now just getting into more supps having read many of the great write ups on the adult candy store that is SR. If my 58 year old ticker holds out I hope to be able to report back on some more interesting goodies I have just started on.

        So onto Myprotein Impact Whey.

        Ingredient Profile

        Girl dragon has reviewed the ingredients very nicely already to so need to repeat all of that. In summary, its 80% protein so a 25g gives you 20g protein, and a bit less for a flavored version. Small amount of carbs and fiber, depending which flavor you get.

        Taste/Mixability/Dosing

        Myprotein has a big range of flavors. I'm sure some of them are good. Personally I dont care that much. I care about the performance. As long as a supp works well I dont care if it tastes like a Turkish tram drivers jockstrap. If Im buying a product based on taste I'll go with a good ribeye over some colored powder anyway. But whey is whey so who can tell which performs better. And since many of you are big taste fans I'll tell you what I know. I have had raspberry, strawberry (sweetened with Stevia), banana and unflavored. They are OK. The banana is a little overpowering. Going forward I'll stay with unflavored because its cheapest and anyway I normally add a few frozen blueberries or strawberries.

        Product mixes well enough (I always use non fat milk). The stevia flavored strawberry clumps a little when using a blender bottle, but no real biggie.

        Not much to say on dosing - I take a scoop in milk, inbetween meals, normally with instant oats and some fruit.

        Effectiveness

        Its whey protein - what can you say?

        Value

        OK - here is really the main purpose of the review: Myprotein is big in Europe but still getting established in the US. They have increased their prices, presumably they were selling super cheap initially to get started. Right now an 11b bag is $85 on their website (shipping is free over $80). However there is no need ever to pay list price. At minimum you can get 25% off. They often have 40% off offers around holidays and at other times. Or you can follow their Twitter account to get a heads up when a deal is on. So at 40% off, 11lbs of unflavored is $51. Plus $6.95 shipping or free if you are buying over $80. For anyone on a budget who likes to save money on basics so they can spend it on other supps, thats a great deal. Shipping time to N Cal is 2 says, 3 days max. Plus it comes in a bag which is easy to stuff in a cupboard along with dead bodies etc.

        Side Effects

        I never get any bloating. Digests easily (for me at least).

        Conclusion

        Clean, simple product at a great price.



        Overall
        Overall
        8.0
        Effectiveness
        Effectiveness
        8.0
        Value
        Value
        9.0
          April 1, 2014

         Pros:
         Cons:
        • Builds Muscle
        • Good Value
        • Epic Taste
        • Easy On The Stomach
        • Good Recovery
          Impact Whey Protein (Strawberry Cream)
          A big thank you to staff at My Protein for giving me the opportunity to try the Strawberry Cream Whey Protein, one of the best tasting protein drinks I have tried in a very long time!

          Ingredients:
          Per 25g:
          Energy: 98.3Kcal
          Energy: 414.0kJ
          Protein (dry basis): 20.5g
          Protein (as-is): 19.6g
          Fat: 1.7g
          Carbohydrates: 1.5g
          Calcium: 125.0mg
          Cholesterol: 0.5mg
          Please note this nutritional information is taken from the unflavored version. When choosing a flavored version it will reduce the protein content by approximately 3% for most flavours, however chocolate, due to the added cocoa, will reduce it by approximately 8%. Colorings Beetroot Red [raspberry, vanilla and raspberry, strawberry cream, strawberry jam roly poly, summer fruits and rhubarb & custard flavors only]

          One of the first things I noticed about the My Protein brand is the lack of artificial colorings and other additives. I was worried about how this would affect mix ability and taste, however I soon found out my worries were unnecessary.

          Dosage (N/A): The recommend serving is two scoops; however I adjusted this down to just one for me, the two large scoops just seemed to make me a little too full. For those ladies new to working out or just looking to replace a meal the one scoop would be enough. Those really looking to add a significant amount of protein to their diet should stay with the recommended dosage.

          Taste-Mixability (9/10):
          Taste: Strawberry Cream: Oh my goodness this tasted fantastic! The strawberry wasn't overwhelming, mixed with Vanilla Almond milk it was really good. The powder mixes to a very thin consistency, almost like skim milk. A couple of times I mixed it with a few oats, even a banana or two and it made a fantastic smoothie. This product does not have the malt flavoring so many protein drinks have; it also wasn't as sweet as some of the others. For my first venture into strawberry flavors I would say this one hit a home run for me!

          Mixability: This protein mixed with my almond milk completely, no lumps or residue. I always use my SR Supplement shaker bottle, after finishing the protein there wasn't a speck of residue left. I didn't even find any nasty little protein clumps on the lid!

          Effectiveness: (8/10):
          My workout routine now includes about 20- 30 minutes of cardio and 45 minutes of weights five days a week. I am definitely noticing changes in my upper arms and legs (getting lots of compliments on my arms) with more muscle and better definition. I believe the extra protein is helping build muscle and achieve my fitness goals. Balancing the right amount of calories, proteins and fats is hard for me, utilizing the protein drinks makes it much easier for me, especially with a full time job, kids, and numerous other activities.

          Value: (8/10):
          My Protein is a great value with several size options to choose from (2lbs, 5lbs, 11lbs). I really like the fact they have the smaller 2lbs size, a nice way to try a new flavor without investing as much money as the larger sizes. After checking around it seemed like there were some easy to find coupons for free shipping or 10% off which makes it even more affordable.

          Overall: (8/10):
          YES! I liked and highly recommend this product. It is nice to see a company making a quality, affordable product without all the artificial crap. I also like the packaging, for those of us that travel it was easy to seal up the bag, throw it in my luggage and take on a couple different trips. This product was also sweet enough to satisfy my sweet tooth a couple of different times; I really enjoyed it when mixed with oats and a banana. With such a wide variety of flavors (21) I think anyone would be able to find one that appeals to them, in fact I'm trying the cookies and cream next!



          Overall
          Overall
          9.0
          Effectiveness
          Effectiveness
          8.0
          Value
          Value
          9.0
            February 22, 2014

           Pros:
           Cons:
          • Good Value
          • Epic Taste
          • Easy On The Stomach
          • Good Recovery
          • No Isolates In It
          Alright everyone if you are looking for a new Protein and want some really interesting flavors, I would highly suggest this. This brand is Hugely known in the UK, and recently they have been trying to open things up in the US market.

          Ingredients
          Now the label on mine was a bit hard to read, I guess the print got messed up or something. Or I am going blind. But this is what I got of their site.

          Per 25g:
          Energy: 98.3Kcal
          Energy: 414.0kJ
          Protein (dry basis): 20.5g
          Protein (as-is): 19.6g
          Fat: 1.7g
          Carbohydrates: 1.5g
          Calcium: 125.0mg
          Cholesterol: 0.5mg
          Please note this nutritional information is taken from the unflavoured version. When choosing a flavoured version it will reduce the protein content by approximately 3% for most flavours, however chocolate, due to the added cocoa, will reduce it by approximately 8%.

          Undenatured Whey Protein Concentrate*, Flavouring (flavoured options only) Natural Flavouring (natural options only),Sweetener (Sucralose® [flavoured options only])

          Now I normally like Isolates better but Concentrates are not the devil either. I like that this has natural sweeteners and had no dyes in it either.
          But at around 20 grams of protein from a 25 gram scoop is pretty good.

          Taste/ and mixability 100!
          Seriously guys this stuff was wicked tasty! I had the lemon cheesecake, It was good in water, milk or almond, or coconut milk. My favorite was mixing one scoop of this with one scoop of my king mass chocolate. That was so freaking awesome!. My wife even liked this stuff by itself and let me tell you, that is truly something there!. It reminds me of the nutrabio protein as it has a soft kinda moist look to it. It mixed like a boss as well. A few shakes and it was done, No clumps , No floaters, Just really good clean stuff here.
          Also they have 21 great looking flavors for the Impact whey available.

          Effectiveness 8-9
          Well this is hard to judge but I will say I was recovering very well on this and it never upset my stomach. It seemed to digest well also, Never felt heavy on me either, In fact sometimes I would take a kinda protein shot ( very little water ) before hitting the gym.

          Value 9
          A 2.2 lb bag is around 20 bucks and the 5 lbs is about 40 bucks.
          I had the 2.2 lb bag and I am not sure what the amount of servings it had in it, but I did seem to last way longer than most 2 lb proteins I have had. I also love the fact this is Bagged protein, Let me explain why. Its cheaper for them and it saves money for them, which in turn saves me money. Also Its kinda good that its not as wasteful. That is the hippie in me talking.

          Overall 9
          I have to say I really liked this stuff and I will order the isolate next time to compare. I would highly suggest this stuff for someone trying to look for something good and tasty, as the way I look at it, If they are new to this sport they need a protein they will actually enjoy taking then I think this is a good pick and it will way more healthy for them too.




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