I seen this on @danigoesketo page (check out her page and follow her. I love her page), and finally found some at Vitamin Shoppe in NYC. They didn't have all the flavors but I bought 3.
Green Tea, Grape and Fruit Punch I think. 🤔
I'll have to check my fridge to make sure.
I have been saving them for the weekend, since I workout longer on Saturday's and Sunday's. It says to drink them after your workout or strenuous activity.
It does have sucralose, so for those of you that don't use that, don't try it. 🤷♀️ #Isopure #isopuregreentea #greenteaisopure #greentea #proteindrink #protein #afterworkout #bcaa #bcaas
It has whey protein isolate as well. I know some of you don't use it as it's highly processed or whatever. I have no issue with it. However, I copied some info about it below, that I found online... If anyone's interested. .
A whey protein isolate (often whey isolate) is a dietary supplement and food ingredient created by separating components from milk. Whey is a by-product of the cheese-making process. Whey can be processed to yield whey protein in three forms: whey isolate, whey concentrate, or whey hydrolysate. The difference between the whey protein forms is the composition of the product, particularly the protein content. Whey isolates contain the higher percentage of pure protein and can be pure enough to be virtually lactose free, carbohydrate free, fat free, and cholesterol free.
Whey proteins are highly bioavailable, are very quickly absorbed into the body, and have a high concentration of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs)which are highly concentrated in muscle tissue, and are used to fuel working muscles and stimulate protein synthesis.