- 22g per scoop
- no carbs
- “Pure” whey isolate
What’s In It?
The bulk of each serving is just whey protein isolate – 22 grams of protein per scoop. Bioplex gets the whey isolate via a proprietary cold microfiltration process. This is the industry standard now and it keeps the protein stable and good for your muscles.
It’s also going to be quickly digested. 22 grams is a good serving size – perfect for a post workout drink.
Whey isolates usually mix very well too, and Bioplex Pure WPI is no exception to this.
At around $12-15 a pound this is on the pricey side per jar, but if you’re looking for JUST whey protein it’s a great deal since you’re not paying for additives.
Some people are very adamant about the flavors. I’d recommend the chocolate (it’s usually a safe bet for any brand). They all contain sucralose (boo), but no Ace K (yay).
Also, if you have trouble digesting whey and it causes you to bloat, keep in mind Bioplex does not include digestive enzymes in the powder. This is in the interest of purity, so either throw in a separate enzyme powder, or try a different brand.
Other than that, Bioplex Pure WPI delivers the goods – quick digesting whey without much junk.
The Bottom Line
This is indeed a pure whey protein isolate. No fat, no sugar carbs. I wish it didn’t have sucralose though. Enjoy!