Cheap Protein Vs Expensive Protein

At first, I looked at the stack (the line up of elements in the protein powder) and it seemed pretty much the same for the cheaper proteins compared to the more expensive with exception of a few things more of something here and there.

I know that it is also the ORDER in which the chemists combine the ingredients also makes a difference.

Anyway…I’m like, who cares. It’s protein and I eat a lot so it needs to be cheap.  But it had that chemical taste that I became acutely aware of when I switched to water shakes instead of milk.

Then I decided to give Beverly International’s protein a try at the recommendation of both my trainer and friend @fit_Michelle.

The verdict….

I WILL NEVER SWITCH BACK AGAIN!!! IT’S LIKE NIGHT and DAY!!!! 

Faith Keith - image - I heart Beverly Protein

Look how happy I am!

I LOVE THE PERFECT TASTE!!! IT’S LIKE A TREAT!!! LIKE ICE CREAM LEVEL TREAT!!!!!!!!!! I WILL NEVER EVER EVER GO BACK TO CHEAP PROTEIN EVER AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!

 

In case you were interested: I tried Body Fortress Super Advanced Whey in vanilla and CVS Whey in “cookies and cream”.  I switched to yummalicious Beverly International Ultimate Protein in cookies & creme (aptly spelled as “creme” because it is truly decadent compared to the “cream” of the other protein.

[REVIEW] Beverly International Ultimate Protein in cookies & creme

Creamy, not overly sweet, yummy bits of cookie, 1g sugar per scoop, absolutely a treat.

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