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Cool SynthePURE Comparison - How Much Protein Is In YOUR Protein? - 05-31-2013, 04:49 AM

The subject of protein is an ongoing debate. Which protein is best and which should you buy etc.

We were curious as to how our product compared to the competition so we did a little research and put together a table for comparison.

Below is a list of products from some of the major brands in the industry and their protein/carb/fat contents per 100g. All figures were taken from the bodybuilding.com website.

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We have also included in the list the products mentioned in Magnus82's thread not too long ago shown in the photo he posted.

Each product is 30g of powder!

Left to right: Synthepure, ON isolate, Muscle Milk, and Eas whey

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It was surprising to say the least that we were able to find products that are labelled as isolate with a protein content of in the 70% range.

This is concerning when isolate by definition is a product meant to be of higher purity than concentrate and should not be below the 90% mark.

Whichever product you are purchasing, whether it be ours or not, please take the time to analyse what you are actually getting for your money as some of these products are clearly not worth the packaging they are contained in or the labels they are wrapped with.


   
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Synthepure is the best whey protein for a reason...Really sad what some of these other companies are offering.....


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Dang...I only use Cyto Sport. This is not ok if this is true
   
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Its a shame the protein industry is geared way toward taste, rather than quality and effectiveness. Its unfortunate that this crap comes to market and is sold to the uninformed.
   
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The subject of protein is an ongoing debate. Which protein is best and which should you buy etc.

We were curious as to how our product compared to the competition so we did a little research and put together a table for comparison.

Below is a list of products from some of the major brands in the industry and their protein/carb/fat contents per 100g. All figures were taken from the bodybuilding.com website.

Attachment 5766

We have also included in the list the products mentioned in Magnus82's thread not too long ago shown in the photo he posted.

Each product is 30g of powder!

Left to right: Synthepure, ON isolate, Muscle Milk, and Eas whey

Attachment 5767

It was surprising to say the least that we were able to find products that are labelled as isolate with a protein content of in the 70% range.

This is concerning when isolate by definition is a product meant to be of higher purity than concentrate and should not be below the 90% mark.

Whichever product you are purchasing, whether it be ours or not, please take the time to analyse what you are actually getting for your money as some of these products are clearly not worth the packaging they are contained in or the labels they are wrapped with.
How does Dantes stuff fall into this line up?

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How does Dantes stuff fall into this line up?

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Actually price wise its all pretty similar. Although the lower end brand contain less protein per serving, but they generally have more volume for the same cost as the higher end brands.

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