I'm going to be very boring right now, so bare with me. I was wondering if anyone has ever tried Iso-Pro Low Carb Whey Protein by Precision. It's the first and only protein I have used thus far and was wondering what anyone elses results and exerience with it were. Here is some information I typed out about this protein blend if anyone can give me any source of feed back that would be greatly appreciated.
Beta - Lactoglobulin - 44 - 50%
Alpha - Lactalbumin - 15 - 21%
Glycomacropeptides - 14 - 16%
Immunoglobulin - 9 - 10%
Bovine Serum Albumin - 5 - 6%
Lactoferrin and Lactoperoxidase .5 - 1%
Gets its prtein entirely from cold temperature processed, Cross Flow Microfiltered Whey Protein Isolate and Why Protein Isolate (97%).
Aspartic Acid 3824mg
Glutamic Acid 6044mg
Contains all essential and non-essential amino acids.
If anyone has any other experience with this and perhaps they have found better results with others, please direct me elsewhere.
Thread: Iso-Pro Low Carb by Precision
04-18-2006, 08:39 PM #1
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Iso-Pro Low Carb by Precision
11-09-2009, 02:16 PM #2
04-14-2010, 06:58 PM #3
07-14-2010, 06:06 AM #4
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Like the product!
Been using it for a while, every trip back to Canada for x-mas I stock up.
It's got a higher protein concentration than most/all others (isolate whey protein powders) I've seen. At 35g/40g serving, that's 87.5%
Most others hover in the 23-24g/30g serving at best, so 76-80% and to me every bit counts.
It's very low carb no sugar. Very low fat content. It's got sucralose instead which I like and better alternative to the artificial sweeteners.
Think it's great as a pure whey option along with the the amino acids you've listed.
Other shalkes that combine proteins and have other things in it is for other people, varying amount of carbs, sugar, etc.. saw one product where each serving is 3 scoops totalling 176g (must be big scoops) and you only get 60g of protein, so 34% of the intake, but guess it's for another purpose. So in saying that....
....The product isn't complicated by additionals like other proteins, etc... I get those other ways and separate Casein intake for the evening (as some stacked ones have some casein as well, but not sur the breakdown), unfortunately to my knowledge Precision doesn't have a Casein product or I'd get it too, cause it'd probably be better (not that the one I use now is that bad - Optimum Nutrition)
Taste is good as well (Chocolate). Next time back though got to get my hands on banana, seems the places I go haven't got it in stock.
Hope that helps.
08-06-2010, 06:45 PM #5
I'm thinking of buying a huge 5 or 10lb tub of this and I've never tried it.
I'll be blender mixing it with water and ice, no milk. Just wondering how the taste is and the finished product - if it's thick and creamy or thin and watery? And as for the taste, I'm likely going to get the banana, cookies n' cream or chocolate one and wondering how it is with just water?
11-23-2010, 09:04 PM #6
I really like the taste. I've only used the Vanilla so far.
I have tried other brands & have had to return them to gnc because I didn't like the tastes & now I know that I will be sticking with the Precision
Iso-Pro low carb.
I use it in my coffee in the blender & it beats any latte or coffee treat you can get at Starbucks.
I look forward to my morning coffee each & every day now.
I hope this helps.
PS, if anyone who reads this decides to use in coffee, I will say that I still put in milk/cream & an extra packet of sweetener & a teaspoon of benefibre (optional)...after I mix it up as if I'm mixing up my coffee the way I like it, then I add 1 scoop of protein & then use 1 to 4 in my vitamix
Nice frothy topping...luv luv luv it.