Nature’s Best Zero Carb Isopure Whey Protein Review
Nature’s Best set out to create a product that didn’t hide anything from its customers.
Does it Deliver?
Ingredient numero uno is Ion Exchange Whey Protein Isolate. Isopure is going to act fast and digest quickly – this is a fine post workout protein.
Funnily enough the label lists a serving as 2 scoops, when you’ll normally only use 1 scoop for 25g of protein. Keep that in mind or otherwise you’ll burn through this fast!
Low Carb, Low Fat
For one flavor (dutch chocolate) there’s only 110 calories per real serving – definitely puts this in the low carb category. There’s no sugar in here, 2g of fiber, so the total carb count is a negligible 3g.
The other flavors have a label claim of 0 carbs.
I am a little curious how the other flavors use dried berry powders as flavorings, but add no carbs. I think it’s probably due to the sucralose used as a sweetener which would allow for the fruit to be negligible, but still add colorant and flavor.
If you don’t like artificial sweeteners this isn’t the protein for you. But when you go into the low carb category they are the norm.
Lots of Extras
A real plus for Nature’s Best Zero Carb Isopure is the addition of lots of vitamins and L-Glutamine. That will really help if you’re supplementing Glutamine anyway, and if not, it’s going to help muscle recovery and workout endurance.
The powder is also instantized so if you’ve only got a shaker cup you’re good to go. It will of course work well in a blender, too.
It’s sold in 3 and 7.5 pound containers. At the prices you find online, this is definitely a great buy – especially the 7.5 pound tubs. If you’ve never bought it before, don’t start out with that much though. But if you need it…wow, the tubs are giant.
The Bottom Line
Great price on a whey protein isolate. Nature’s Best also throws in vitamins and glutamine in this low carb protein.