THE TRUE STRENGTH OF GOLD STANDARD 100% WHEY
Whey Protein Isolates (WPI) are the purest form of whey protein that currently exists. WPIs are costly to use, but rate among the best proteins that money can buy. That's why they're the first ingredient you read on the Gold Standard 100% Whey™ label. By using WPI as the primary ingredient along with premium ultra-filtered whey protein concentrate (WPC), we're able to pack 24 grams of protein into every serving to support your muscle building needs after training. ON's attention to detail also extends to mixability. This superior quality powder has been instantized to mix easily using a shaker cup or just a glass and spoon. There's no doubt that this is the standard by which all other whey proteins are measured.
- 10 Consecutive Years of Award Winning Quality
- World’s Most Trusted Sports Nutrition Brand
- Whey Protein Isolates: Primary Source
- 5.5 Grams of Naturally Occurring BCAAs
- 4 Grams of Naturally Occurring Glutamine and Glutamic Acid
- Instantized to Mix Easily Using Just a Glass and Spoon
- Over 20 Different Flavors to Choose From
Optimum Nutrition has been spotting the efforts of goal driven individuals since 1986. As one of the few companies to own and operate state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities that are GMP compliant, ON assures that every shake will mix up effortlessly because of its first-to-market instantization process. You also expect each shake to taste the same as the last and your next. That's the kind of consistency ON delivers.
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