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Elite Whey Protein Review

Manufacturers say that Elite Whey Protein is a low-cost, low-carb protein supplement that is perfect for carb watchers!

These are definite selling points for Elite Whey Protein, but effectiveness and quality should also be high on your list of things to look for.

Let’s see how Elite Whey Protein stacks up against a high-quality product like Myotein. Will Elite Whey Protein be a good choice for you?

The Protein

With Elite Whey Protein, you get 24 grams of protein in every serving (1 scoop). Most protein powders I’ve seen, including Myotein, stick pretty close to this amount because it’s 48% of your Daily Value of protein. Sure, you could take more; but since the body can only handle so much protein, it may not be better.

The protein in Elite Whey Protein is whey protein isolates (the purest form of protein), whey protein concentrate, and whey peptides. These are all fast-absorbing of protein, which means it’s best to use them in the morning or right before a workout. They deliver nutrients and energy quickly.

Enzyme Blend

Elite Whey Protein has a 40 mg proprietary blend of Zytrix®, Protease, Lactase, and Lipase. These ingredients are supposed to enhance your body’s ability to absorb protein quickly. This way, your body should get more benefits from the protein and you should feel the effects sooner.

These types of ingredients are good to have in a protein powder. Another popular one I’ve seen is Aminogen®, which you can find in Myotein and Optimum 100% Casein Protein.

Does Elite Whey Protein Have BCAAs?

Some sites I came across claim that Elite Whey Protein has branched-chained amino acids in its formula. It does not. These sites are most likely referring to All-Natural Elite Whey Protein–which does Elite Whey Proteinhave BCAAs–under the wrong name.

Elite Whey Protein Flavors

• Smooth Banana
• Butter Cream Toffee
• Berry Blast
• Café Mocha (contains instant coffee)
• Rich Chocolate
• Chocolate Mint
• Pina Colada
• Gourmet Vanilla
• Chocolate Fudge

Three of the most popular flavors seem to be Café Mocha, Chocolate Fudge, and Chocolate Mint. The supplement facts shown here are for the Rich Chocolate flavor, but they stay the same (with only slight variations) for the other flavors.

What Do Users Think?

If you want to read what users say, go to Bodybuilding.com. This site has more than 580 customer reviews of Elite Whey Protein. On average, users give Elite Whey Protein a rating of 8.6 out of 10. This is a great rating. I’ve only seen a few other protein powders, like Myotein and Gold Standard Whey Protein, get higher ratings.

Elite Whey Protein Side Effects

Since Elite Whey Protein has a good dose of protein–not too large, not to small–it shouldn’t cause side effects like upset stomach and bloating. These problems are usually cause by protein powders with too much protein, because your body can’t use it, so it gets wasted.

How to Use It

If you want to get 100% of your Daily Value of protein, I recommend taking 2 scoops of Elite Whey Protein a day, but take them at two different times. For instance, you could take one scoop first thing in the morning and another in the early afternoon or before your workout.

Buying Elite Whey Protein

Elite Whey Protein comes in containers of 2 lbs. or 5 lbs. When you buy it from the official website, the 2 lb. container costs $41.59 and the 5 lb. container costs $86.59. These aren’t the “low-costs” promised by the manufacturer, but they are typical costs for high-quality protein powders. For example, a 2.55 lb. container of Myotein costs $59.95. Then again, Myotein is the #1 protein powder for quality this year.

You can get Elite Whey Protein for less when you buy it from other sites, but make sure to look at your purchase carefully. Several sites confuse Elite Whey Protein with All-Natural Elite Whey Protein and they’re not the same product.

Bodybuilding.com and GNC are two other retailers that sell Elite Whey Protein. The lowest prices I could find are $23.99 for 2 lbs. and $44.99 for 5 lbs. Neither these sites nor the official site offer a money back guarantee.

Conclusion

Elite Whey Protein has three good sources of protein. I like the dose it uses because it’s a good amount that your body should be able to utilize. I also like the enzyme blend, which has been added to speed up and promote absorption.

The downsides to Elite Whey Protein are that it doesn’t come with a money back guarantee and it doesn’t give you as much for your money as some products do. Whereas Elite Whey Protein has 3 types of protein, Myotein–for about the same price–has 6 of the highest quality proteins available. And Myotein comes fully guaranteed for 90 days.

I think Elite Whey Protein is a good protein powder. But if you want one of the best protein powders, I suggest looking at Myotein.

If you’ve tried Elite Whey Protein, I would like to hear your opinion. Is it a good product? Would you recommend it?

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Elite Whey Protein User Reviews

7 Reviews  | Write a Review

  1. Comment

    I was introduced to dymatize xt by my instructor, because i used to get the munchies in the middle of the night, after working out.It’s slow release stopped the munchies and I don’t experience hunger till the next morning.I have gained more muscle and the taste is not bad at all.However, there is a certain amount of water weight gain since using this protein, but it is not at all a terrible product.

    teach 69
    May 6, 2012 at 4:18 am
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      I am not sure who Steve Turano is and I am sure he knows a lot; but if he is telling you that a cchkien breast is a better choice over whey protein and some fast released carbs; HE IS DEAD WRONG; Heck. Bill Phillips wrote about it over 15 years ago and it is common knowledge with 100 s of thousands of people. Now it is true that a cchkien breast is a b etter choice over whey protein any other time (other than after an intense weight session).thanks very much,darin steen

      Mohamed
      January 15, 2013 at 1:32 pm
  2. Comment

    i want elite price and suggest me how to use…….and also is there any side effect may occur in future.

    KRISHNA
    August 25, 2012 at 11:21 am
    • Comment

      You can get Elite Whey Protein at Supplementing.com

      admin
      August 27, 2012 at 4:33 pm
    • Comment

      i have good quality pritoen shakes, but for some reason i don’t like the way i feel after i drink it after a work out.. But for now i’ll just have enough carbs and pritoen in my diet to create calorie deficit. According to Steve Turano, He has You tube vids under Body performance, If u have a calorie deficit and do exercises that involve intense muscle contraction, u will still get big.. I’m testing his theory out on video. Do you think this is possible?

      Charimar
      January 15, 2013 at 9:50 am
    • Comment

      Gaining mass will take time. Hard-gainers may only see 5 lbs per year if they are doing everything prfceet, and Mesomorphs could see 5 lbs per month at times. You should come up to our forum so we can get into the details of your training and diet and get you some results

      Dian
      January 17, 2013 at 9:32 am
  3. Comment

    Aw, ce fut une très agréable après. Dans idée que je voudrais mettre par écrit comme ça en plus – en prenant le temps et l’effort réel pour faire un très bon article … mais que puis-je dire … Je tergiverser beaucoup et en aucun cas l’impression de faire quelque chose.

    GNC Testosterone Supplements
    June 20, 2013 at 12:14 am

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