Disclaimer: This review made is my honestly held opinion and am not a statement of fact.
Whey protein supplement with good nutritional profile
- I love how the scoop is at the top of the tub when opened and not lost within the whey.
- The taste is alright, I don’t know why people are complaining about it. I’ve tasted worse.
- I saw some gains on this, so this is a legit supplement
Duration length of product testing: 1 month
In the sea of protein that we have today in the supplement landscape, it is hard to find one that ticks all the right boxes. Allmax are betting on their product, and the origin of this confidence is easy to see. On paper, AllWhey Classic reads like the best whey protein blend there is. But these truths, as we have come to see, are sometimes overstretched to sell. A deeper look into the product will help you learn if it is the right one for you.
The product at a Glance
The whey blend comes in a choice of two containers- a 2lb option going for about $20, and a 5lb option retailing at $45. The Allmax product design comes with its deep dark container and red cap. The label looks loud, and the information chart is very detailed. The more popular 2lb container yields about 21 servings, with each being derived from a single scoop. This 43g serving yields about 30g of protein. The whey blend is composed of microfiltered whey protein concentrate and cross-flow ultra-filtered whey protein isolate. Allmax is quick to point out all the science and innovation that have gone into formulating the product, and also about its great price.
While Allmax asserts that this is the best tasting Allwhey product they have, most users are not so quick to agree. The flavor profile includes chocolate, cookies & cream, chocolate peanut butter, strawberry, and vanilla. The tastes, despite the company’s efforts, have not quite struck the right cords with all users. While the creamy texture is particularly liked, the flavoring efforts fall short. The miscibility characteristics of the whey blend are good. Even without an electric blender, you can still achieve a creamy uniform texture devoid of froth or chunks.
The worth of mention is the scoop-lock technology. To ensure that your scoop does not disappear into the container, Allmax has engineered this ergonomic solution where the scoop is available right at the very top.
AllWhey Classic whey protein blend is a great product for those looking for a whey concentrate/isolate combo that does not dig too deep into the pockets. It contains only the best whey protein sources and the absence of fillers means you get as much protein from every scoop as possible. Ideally, it should be used as a post-workout supplement, because it helps greatly with muscle recovery. However, you are free to tailor it into your routine, based on the results you want to get.
AllMax AllWhey Classic Whey protein might not impress with its taste, but this shortcoming is offset by its great price and rich ingredient profile. It’s a good starter whey for new bodybuilders, looking for the best value for their money.
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