• 24 g of protein per serving
  • Low calorie
  • More whey protein concentrate than whey protein isolate
82%Overall Score

When it comes to whey protein powder, the axiomatic “you get what you pay for” is certainly true. And up until now, fans of the ProSupps brand were pretty much relegated to buying their higher quality and higher priced TC-F Isolate.

But now, ProSupps has launched the new PS WHEY to provide an alternative for those who might not want to shell out the money for a full isolate protein.

ProSupps PS WHEY Protein Blend

I like the fact ProSupps took a more Zen approach to their protein blend and only included two kinds of protein, rather than try and impress by just throwing in as many different types of protein as they could find.
ProSupps PSWhey Reviews
The majority of protein in PS WHEY comes from whey protein concentrate, followed by whey protein isolate. Whey protein concentrate is typically about 70% or 80% protein by volume, whereas whey protein isolate is about 90% or higher protein by volume.

This doesn’t necessarily mean whey protein concentrate is bad. It’s going to be less expensive, but you’re also going to some extra fat and lactose.

Whey protein isolate, on the other hand, undergoes extra processing and has virtually all of the fat and lactose removed.

That being said, this is actually a pretty low calorie protein. There’s only 120 calories per serving, which includes 24 g of protein, 1 g of sugar, and only 2 g of fat.

Taste, Mixability, and Availability

I’ve tried ProSupps’s TC-F isolate protein and think it’s one of the better tasting isolates out there. The same can be said for PS WHEY. I really liked the chocolate fudge cake flavor, which has sunflower oil to give it a creamier texture.

It mixes well in a shaker cup or stirred alone in a regular cup. There was a little bit of undissolved powder stuck to the side when I mixed it, but that’s pretty normal for protein powder like this.

Online, PS WHEY is being sold anywhere between $52-58 for the 5 lb. container. There is also a 10 lb. container available for around $100. Since PS WHEY is new, most places are offering promotions on it right now.

Final Takeaway of PS WHEY

As I mentioned above, this is going to be an average whey protein powder. To be clear, that’s not a bad thing. It’s a solid protein powder from a reputable company. Plus Prosupps also offers their TCF-Isolate if you’re looking for a full isolate protein.

About The Author

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

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