You probably know that whey protein isolate is more pure and potent than whey concentrate. But there’s more than one “whey” to look at your protein powder. Fitness expert Nicole Wilkins shares her favorite whey protein powder and why it’s a better formula than the one you’re using now.
There are some things you want in a protein powder and some things you don’t. You can guess which side lactose and fat fall under. That’s why Met-Rx developed their Ultramyosyn Whey Isolate, which lets you enjoy a delicious, creamy vanilla flavor with 98% no lactose and 100% no fat. If you’re not a “vanilla” person, choose another “whey”: cookies ‘n cream, peanut butter, strawberry, berry punch or (of course) chocolate.
Nicole Wilkins is an IFPA certified personal fitness trainer, MET-RX athlete and International Federation of Body Building and Fitness (IFBB) competitor with two Figure Olympia and two Figure International champion titles. Watch Nicole’s “Fit Tip” videos here at Vitacost.com for helpful nutrition advice and fitness demos.