C-Bum Itholate Protein by RAW Nutrition 25 Servings
Chris Bumstead and his brand RAW Nutrition have dropped another CBUM Series Supplement with C-BUM Iso-Protein by RAW Nutrition. This all new protein powder features 25 grams of micro filtered whey isolate protein to support lean muscle growth, protein synthesis and muscle recovery. CBUM Iso-Protein was personally formulated by Chris Bumstead and is quite lean packing only 110 calories. If you're looking for a super clean protein with no artificial flavors give this one a try!
CBum Chris Bumstead Iso-Protein by RAW Nutrition Benefits
- 25 Grams of Micro Filtered Whey Isolate Protein
- CBum Was Personally Designed By Chris Bumstead
- Supports Lean Muscle Growth & Muscle Recovery
- Only 110 Calories Per Serving
- Great Tasting Flavors
CBum Iso Protein Customer Reviews
I'm a huge Chris Bumstead fan so had to grab this protein powder when I heard about it. Amazing flavor 10 out of 10 and RAW is a company who puts out high quality clean supplements. I would highly recommend.
The vanilla oatmeal cookie flavor is great by itself or mixed with some berries and kale into a smoothie.
Some whey proteins cause me some indigestion or stomach issues, this stuff is great no issues whatsoever. Taste is solid as well. I'll definitely continue taking this protein powder.
Mix 1 scoop with 6-8 ounces of water, milk or beverage of your choice.
CBum Iso-Protein by RAW Nutrition 25 Servings Ingredients & Label
Warnings & Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening.
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