Matrix Diet Powder Review
What You Should Know
Matrix Diet Powder is a whey protein supplement that adds the power of green tea is spark weight loss. We like the idea of adding green tea, a proven weight loss ingredient, but dieters are left wondering if enough green tea is added to the protein powder. While green tea is listed on the label the amount of green tea added is not listed. You can find Matrix Diet Powder online via the Matrix website.
List of Ingredients
- Pure Whey Protein Concentrate
- Whole Milk Protein
- Micellar Casein
- MCT Oil
- Green Tea
We’d love to tell you the ingredient list is complete, but that is not the case. The product description explains the formula, but there are some missing pieces. For instance, colostrums is listed as an ingredient and several individual colostrums are listed, but the list is not complete. The same can be said for peptides as no individual peptides are listed.
There are two types of protein in the Matrix Diet Powder – fast-metabolizing and slow-metabolizing. Fast-metabolizing protein works to fee the body and muscle right now. Slow-metabolizing protein sticks around for a while slowly feeding the body and muscle. The idea is to keep protein levels high or, at least, consistent so the dieter feels less hungry between meals.
Adding green tea is a great choice, but Matrix needs to tell the dieter how much green tea is in each scoop. We would love to see up to 350 mg of green tea per serving, but Matrix doesn’t give any indication so we can’t judge the fat-burning potential of Matrix Diet Powder.
- There is an ingredient list on the Matrix website.
- Contains slow and fast proteins.
- Relatively inexpensive.
- The dieter does not know how much green tea is supplied per serving.
- There is no fiber in the supplement.
- Adding Matrix Diet Powder to milk will increase total calorie intake.
- There are no vitamins in the powder so it cannot be used as a meal replacement.
Matrix Diet Powder is on the right track to support weight loss, but the company has to change a few aspects of the protein powder. Tell dieters how much green tea is in each serving and add some fiber to the mix. Add some vitamins into the mix to round out the supplement and instantly create a meal replacement that is lower carb.