Best Unflavored Whey Protein Powder

No one wants to drink a disgusting protein shake. Thing is, pretty much everyone of us has. It tastes like medicine if we’re lucky, and if we’re not…well, let’s just say I’ve used my favorite swirly brown emoji to describe it to my wife more than once.

Luckily, I found unflavored whey protein powder, and you’re going to love it as much as I do. I guzzle this stuff before I lift, and I can make it taste like whatever I want. No more emoji complaints! Hooray!

If you want to like the shakes you drink, I suggest that you try one of these three powders:

Nature’s Best ISOPURE unflavored – 

ISOPURE is kind of the name in whey protein. It’s like Coke or McDonald’s. You just can’t escape it. So why don’t we start with it?

Nature’s Best ISOPURE unflavored protein powder is pretty cheap compared to other brands, and you’re honestly going to like how it tastes. I mix in a lot of my own yumminess, and I don’t recall ever having a bad ISOPURE shake.

It has 110 calories per serving, no carbs or sugars, and 26 grams of protein, so ISOPURE unflavored protein powder is pretty stout.

You can mix it with either hot or cold stuff, and that means you will have absolutely no trouble cooking or baking with it. Cookies, oatmeal, shakes, pancakes, whatever. Put ISOPURE in it, and you are good to go for that shot of 26g protein. Order from Amazon today!

Takeaways:

good baking choice, lots of protein, not a bad cost

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Levels Unflavored 100% Grass Fed Whey Protein – 


It’s grass-fed whey, so it’s going to be expensive.

Now that we have that out of the way, I do believe Levels is worth the cost. You get individually wrapped servings if you want them, so this doesn’t have to be your main protein powder. But if you want a treat every now and then, this is what I suggest.

All the cows are (obviously) grass-fed and pasture-raised, and each serving of their whey has 3g carbs, 3g sugar, 26g protein, and only 140 calories. So you can feel good about yourself while you drink your shake (as though you didn’t already. And it’s sweet enough to drink with just water! Score! Order Levels Whey Protein here.

Takeways:

eco-friendly, easy to digest, costly but has single-serve packets

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Nutricost Whey Protein Concentrate – 


I don’t know why, but I just love this company’s name. Nutricost. Heh.

Anyway, Nutricost has a non-GMO unflavored whey protein powder that’s also gluten-free. Unfortunately, those benefits are counteracted by the powder not mixing terribly well, but if you look at the nutrition facts–2g carbs, 2g sugar, 25g protein–you see that it’s about the same as other powders that tend to be gritty and clump more.

So there’s that.

Nutricost didn’t put in any additives or anything, just pure whey protein concentrate. You don’t have to worry about soy lecithin or anything else in this one. They kicked those to the…wait for it…highwhey. Hah, whey puns.

Seriously, though, this is a solid contender for an unflavored whey protein powder if you can look past the clumping issues. Find out more about the Whey Protein Concentrate here.

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Takeways:

just whey, clumps when mixing, no gluten or GMO ingredients.

Which whey will you go?

More whey puns! Sorry.

For the most part, you’re not going to go wrong with any of these powders. Since they’re all unflavored, you don’t have to worry about taste (and they all taste pretty decent on their own, so that’s a plus!), so you just have to decide what your preferences are.

Do you care more about cost, texture, or the conditions in which the source farms make their product? Figure that out, and any of these will make your morning better! So, scroll up and click on the image of the product that works best for you, or head back to our flavorless protein powder buyers guide here. Stay healthy and stay geeky.

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