ProLab Whey Review

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ProLabs is a bodybuilding and nutritional company offers solutions for muscle growth and weight loss. ProLabs Whey protein is designed for bodybuilders, not the average dieter. There is only 130 calories in one serving of the protein mix, but there is no vitamin supports so the powder cannot be used as a meal replacement shake. The dieter could choose ProLab Whey as a snack to suppress appetite between meals, but the cost of the powder is higher than a less specialized protein. Lean protein does not need to be formulated for a specific purpose for the average dieter so choosing a soy protein or lean whey over the counter at the local grocery store will offer the same benefits.

List of Ingredients

Whey Protein Concentrate, Whey Protein Isolate and Glutamine Peptides.

Product Features

One serving of ProLab Whey protein contains 24 grams of protein. There are 3 grams of sugar and 5 grams of carbohydrates. The powder is relatively low carbohydrate, but the vitamin profile included in meal replacement protein shakes is missing from ProLab. The cost of ProLab Whey protein is about $40 per 28 servings. This is higher than meal replacement shake mixes designed for dieters rather than bodybuilders.

The protein shake does not contain any bodybuilding ingredients, so the formula is clean and the dieter would not have to worry about the effects of creatine or other bodybuilding ingredients. On the flip side, bodybuilders would have to purchase the protein shake mix in addition to creatine and other bodybuilding ingredients to support muscle growth. This could greatly increase the total cost. Most bodybuilding protein shakes are available with growth ingredients.

The official website for ProLab Whey protein lists the product for sale and a complete ingredient list. We looked for testimonials, but none are listed on the website.

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Advantages

  • Ingredients are listed in the form of a product label.
  • One serving contains 24 grams of protein with only 130 calories.
  • No bodybuilding ingredients are included in the formula.
  • Dieters can take the supplement without fear of weight gain.

Disadvantages

  • The supplement costs more than other meal replacement shakes.
  • There is no vitamin profile, so the dieter cannot use the powder as a meal replacement.

Conclusion

ProLab Whey protein is clearly a bodybuilding supplement. This clean protein mix can be added to any of a long list of bodybuilding supplements and ingredients to promote muscle growth. The powder does not include the vitamin profile needed to use the shake mix as a meal replacement, but the dieter could take a multi-vitamin to supplement vitamin intake. We suggest the dieter look around for a cheaper protein powder with vitamins.

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