Metabolic Nutrition ISO PWDR Protein 23 Servings
ISO PWDR is an all new protein powder from Metabolic Nutrition which packs 26 grams of pure whey isolate protein, packed with EAAs and BCAAs, and with no lactose, carbs or fats. They've also added enzymes to support digestion and absorption. If you've tried Metabolic Nutrition's other proteins like Protizyme and MuscLean, you know this brand puts out some of the best tasting protein powders on the market, and ISO PWDR has no shortage of delicious flavors to choose from ranging from more traditional flavors like Chocolate and Strawberry to some more unique flavors such as Butter Pecan and Banana Cream. Get yourself a tub today, you won't be disappointed!
Metabolic ISO PWDR Protein Powder Highlights & Benefits
- 26 Grams of Pure Protein
- Supports Lean Muscle Gains & Post Training Recovery
- Tons of Great Tasting Flavors to Choose From
- Highly Bioavailable Protein Powder
- No Lactose, No Carbs and No Fats!
- 6 Grams of BCAAs
- 16 Grams of EAAs
- 5 Grams Glutamine
- 3 Grams Leucine
Mix 1 or 2 scoops of ISO PWDR with water, milk or beverage of your choice. For best results consume 2-3 times per day.
Metabolic Nutrition ISO PWDR 23 Servings Ingredients
*Macros below are for the Birthday Cake Flavor. Macros may vary slightly for different flavors.
Store in a cool dry place after opening.
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