Everlast Hyperplex Review
With its sustained release action, Everlast Hyperplex is supposed to be a great product for people who want to build muscle and speed up their recovery time.
Is Everlast Hyperplex worth trying?
What makes or breaks a protein powder is the quality of its formula. Myotein is #1 in my book because it has a premium blend of quality proteins. How does Everlast Hyperplex stack up?
Take a look at the formula and specs on Everlast Hyperplex and decide for yourself if it’s a quality protein powder worth trying.
The Everlast Hyperplex Formula
Every serving (1 scoop, 42 grams) of Everlast Hyperplex has 25 grams of the following proteins:
• Whey protein isolate
• Whey isolate peptide fractions
• Whey protein concentrate
• Calcium caseinate
• Milk protein isolate
• Partially hydrolyzed whey protein
• Micellar casein
Some of these are high-quality proteins (e.g. the isolates) and I like that the manufacturer has used a variety of fast and slow-absorbing types. Unfortunately, I don’t know how much of the 25 grams of protein is low or high quality types.
To improve your absorption even more, Everlast Hyperplex has Aminogen (100 mg), which is proven and patented. This is a popular ingredient, which you can find in many protein powders; including Myotein and Monster Milk.
Everlast Hyperplex also has Plyosyl (2000 mcg), which isn’t so popular, but it is clinically proven to improve muscle definition and skin elasticity.
Supplement Facts per Serving
• 160 calories
• 3 grams of fat
• 25 mg of cholesterol
• 9 grams of carbs
• 2 grams of sugar
• 25 grams of protein
I like the amount of protein used as well. It’s a good dose that your body can utilize. Some manufacturers add too much protein–thinking it’s better–but high-quality products like Myotein stay around 25 grams.
Taste and Mixability
Everlast Hyperplex only comes in two flavors: Chocolate and Vanilla. As is usually the case, users like the chocolate flavor better. However, they say it’s not the best tasting protein powder.
Everlast Hyperplex seems to come out a little bit clumpy; so if you have problems mixing it, I recommend using a blender instead of a blenderball. You may also want to try adding the liquid first, and then the powder. Users say it mixes and tastes best when added to milk; but water, juice, and smoothies work too.
How to Get the Best Results
If you want 100% of your Daily Value of protein, you can get that by taking 2 scoops of Everlast Hyperplex a day. I suggest taking these scoops at separate times to improve your body’s ability to absorb and utilize the protein.
The best time to take Everlast Hyperplex is in the morning or right after a workout, but you could also take it at night or as a meal replacement. In fact, this could be a good protein powder for people who want to lose weight.
Is Everlast Hyperplex Safe?
Since it doesn’t have any stimulants or ingredients which are known for causing side effects, I think Everlast Hyperplex should be safe. When users take it as recommend, they don’t report side effects.
Do Users Like Everlast Hyperplex?
I couldn’t find many reviews for Everlast Hyperplex, but the ones I did find weren’t very helpful. On Bodybuilding.com, it received 5 reviews with an average of 5.6 out of 10. On another site, Everlast Hyperplex got an average rating of 9 out 10 from 3 reviews. These ratings don’t really tell me what people think of Everlast Hyperplex.
The Lowest Price
The lowest prices I could find for Everlast Hyperplex come from Supplementwarehouse.com and Amazon.com. On these sites, you can get a 2 lb. container for $19.99; plus about $8 for shipping and handling.
This product is not available on the official website, so you won’t be able to get a guarantee when you buy it. Luckily, the price isn’t very high. Then again, this could be a bad thing. When it comes to protein powders, a cheap price is usually a sign of cheap quality. For example, a high-quality protein like Myotein usually costs around $50-$60 for 2-3 lbs.
Is Everlast Hyperplex a Quality Protein Powder?
Out of all the proteins it uses, Everlast Hyperplex does have some quality types, but how much of these types are used? If the manufacturer has used larger doses of the low-quality proteins, this product will be lower quality. And judging by the price, I think that may be the case. I’m also concerned because this product has 25 grams of protein in a 42 gram serving. Where is the remaining 17 grams coming from? Fillers?
If you want a cheap protein powder, Everlast Hyperplex seems to be just that. But if quality is important to you, I think you’ll find it’s worth the extra cost to invest in a high-quality protein powder like Myotein.
To learn more about Myotein, visit the official website.
Have you tried Everlast Hyperplex? If so, I would like to hear your comments, suggestions, and experiences.