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Review of Whey Protein Isolate Isoflex from Allmax

I have been using the Whey protein Isolate product called Isoflex from Allmax for about 3 years now and I find it to be a superior protein supplement than most. Recently I visited a fitness show and I received a number of sample packages of protein powder supplements. As I tried each, I decided to compare and review the supplement facts of all the sample protein powder supplements that I tried. I was surprised to find how much fat, cholesterol, sodium and sugar some of them contained. Made me think, sure they come with a lot of protein per serving, but are they really nutritious and healthy for you? As a result, I decided to compare all these protein powder supplements to Isoflex from Allmax.

Allmax Nutrition - protein powder supplement

Here are the supplement facts from the Allmax Isoflex product label:


Serving Size: 30g (1scoop)
Calories 115

Protein: 27g
Total Fat: 0g (Saturated Fat 0g and Trans Fat 0g)
Cholesterol: 0mg
Dietary Fibre: 0mg
Sugars: 0g
Carbohydrates 1g
Sodium: 65mg
Potassium: 140mg

Calcium 13% of daily recommended intake
Iron 3% of daily recommended intake

Comparing Isoflex to the other protein powders from the fitness show, it is clear that Isoflex from Allmax is a much healther and a more nutritious protein powder supplement. It is high in protein containing 27g of protein in a 30g serving or 1 scoop. Plus it contains vitamins and nutrients. Equally important, it has 0g of cholesterol, 0g of sugar and 0g of total fat.

With regards to Allmax’s product itself, I like the vanilla and the banana flavors. Not a big fan of chocolate when it comes to protein powders, although I love chocolate. This powder can be a bit lumpy at first, it all seems to depend on the batch or container that I buy although it will mix well ending up to be very creamy and smooth. Today’s container mixed quickly and very well. It tastes excellent considering it has no sugar.

To conclude, I highly recommend Whey Protein Isolate Isoflex from Allmax Nutrition. I have been using it for at least 3 years now and I have received amazing results from it. Use it as a benchmark to compare the product that you may be currently using or to choose from other products available on the market.

I also find that mixing in with the protein powder 1 teaspoon of pure Creatine Monohydrate combined with juice within 30  minutes after a weight training workout and on the days that you don't work out, will help you to maximize muscle gains (build muscle) and help with your post workout recovery.

I have also included my video below of this product. If a company feels that they have a better product, feel free to send me a container of your protein powder and I would be happy to do a free review of it.

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