Simple Truth Whey Protein Powder Review

May 23, 2023
David Sunnyside

simple truth whey protein powder review

If you’re an athlete or exerciser, you know protein is key to muscle repair and recovery, but it’s not always easy to get enough protein from whole foods. That’s where protein powders come in.

When looking for a good protein powder, you want one that’s high in protein and free of bloating artificial sweeteners, toxic metals and hydrogenated oils (aka trans fats). It should also have other nutrients you’re looking for like dietary fiber, potassium and iron. Plus, you’ll want to choose a powder that dissolves well in water or your favorite smoothie mix.

This organic protein powder is NSF and Informed Choice certified, meaning it’s sourced from pasture-raised cows that are fed no GMO feed. It contains whey concentrate, which is 25 to 89 percent protein with some lactose and fat. And it includes digestive support ingredients like organic Jerusalem artichoke inulin, a prebiotic and five digestive enzymes--amylase, neutral protease, lactase, lipase, and cellulase.

It also uses pea, pumpkin seed and sunflower seeds to provide a complete amino acid profile. And it offers 20% DV of calcium and 40% DV of iron per serving.

This vegan protein powder is smooth and dissolves well in milk or your favorite smoothie mix. It has a mild flavor and a slight aftertaste that’s almost plastic-like. It contains xanthan gum and rebaudioside A, which some people might not like. It’s also gluten-free and non-GMO. It also has an electrolyte blend of magnesium oxide, calcium phosphate and zinc gluconate.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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