Body Fortress Super Advanced Whey Protein Powder, Vanilla, 60g Protein, 2 Lb

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Body Fortress Super Advanced Whey Protein Powder, Vanilla, 60g Protein, 2 Lb
MSRP : $19.99

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Body Fortress Super Advanced Vanilla Whey Protein Powder delivers a powerful blend of premium whey protein and lean mass activators that athletes need to help build muscle and crush their workouts. Body Fortress Super Advanced Whey Protein features a super recovery blend to further enhance the benefits of Body Fortress's premium whey protein. Each scoop provides high-quality creatine monohydrate, to help increased raw strength and power plus l-glutamine and taurine, the two most abundant free amino acids found in muscle. Whey is the preferred protein source in sports and bodybuilding nutrition because it contains superior quality branched chain amino acids--made up of leucine, isoleucine and valine--which are important for the maintenance of muscle tissue. Unlike some other incomplete protein sources, Body Fortress Super Advanced Whey Protein contains all of the essential amino acids required for supporting lean muscle and exercise recovery.

  • 60 grams of protein per two scoop serving
  • Over 8 grams of BCAAs per serving
  • 12g of naturally occurring BCAA's from Protein
  • Mixes easily into water or milk
  • Contains zero aspartame - zero gluten - zero gimmicks
  • Zero added soy protein (Contains Soy Lecithin)
  • *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


Nutritious Drink

I really like Body Fortress Super Advanced Whey Protein especially Vanilla flavor because it gives me enough energy every day. This is always included in my weekly grocery list.


Read the label - Not a great value.

If you're serious about the whey protein powders you use, then you probably have already analyzed Body Fortress Whey Protein (BF) powders. I've been weightlifting and using powders for about 40 years - my favorite is Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard (ON Gold). The GNC store closest to my house where I buy ON Gold moved, so I took a look at . 1. The protein 'per scoop' of BF is higher than most powders, because the scoop is about 30% bigger, so you pay more per gram of protein for BF as compared to many other brands. The front package label shows '60g Protein' - that's 2 scoops; 2. BF has a lower ratio of whey isolates as ingredients (isolates are higher 'quality' protein); 3. The taste is fine. Compared to my favorite ON Gold, ON Gold costs more per pound, BUT I only need to mix about 75% of what would be equivalent to BF. And, the other nutritional content is ON Gold is superior, per serving, to BF. High quality whey protein powders are worth the money; BF is not a good value.


Still looking...

The vanilla flavor has the definite taste of coconut, which I don't care for. Coconut is NOT listed as an ingredient, but "artificial flavors" is. Struggling to finish my first and only container; might just feed it to the plants in my garden.


After bypass surgery

I had gastric bypass a year ago. The protein you have to use after is so expensive. Now that I can digest things again, I've tried many more expensive kinds and ended with this one. It has a much easier price tag for my wallet but still good flavor. It dissolves easily and isn't as high in carbs as other less expensive brands. It also doesn't upset my stomach. I'm sure it's also great for muscle building, but I use it to keep my protein levels up because it's difficult to get the required amount after surgery. I only wish they made an unflavored version so I could use it in cooking. I use this in my coffee, in milk in my cereal and for shakes, I've even used it in baking. I would definitely recommend this to help boost your protein intake.


5 star whey protein powder

Some whey protein products contain heavy metals like lead. A story on Fox4 led me to this 5 star product.