EAS 100% Whey Protein
|Product Name:||EAS 100% Whey Protein|
|Cost per 100g of Actual Protein:||$2.45|
|Claimed Protein per serving:||30g|
|Actual Protein per serving:||30.2g|
|No. of Servings:||54 servings|
|Calories per serving:||170 calories|
|Carbs (sugar) per serving:||6g (2g)|
|Fats per serving:||2.5g|
EAS 100% Whey Protein Review
Protein Type and Content
Looking at the ingredients list, we can see that this product is a pure whey concentrate. As we know, whey concentrate is the cheapest form of whey. This explains its price point. Knowing that, this would mean that this product would not be the best choice if you know that you react badly to lactose or have known digestion issues.
There is also a footnote (not pictured), stating: “100% of the protein in this product comes from whey”. This is a great sign to us and it indicates that the company wishes to state clearly that 100% of the measured protein content comes from whey concentrate and NOT from added amino acids (as per the protein spiking page). The product also contains 7.3g of BCAAs per serving, which makes it an added bonus since it had been stated that all of the protein content was entirely from whey.
Other Nutritional Information
However, while this product is great for protein, it does come with added calories and cholesterol. Its cholesterol content of 100mg is the highest amongst our analyzed products at 33% of your daily recommended intake. While sugar and fat content are reasonable at 2g and 2.5g each, the carbohydrate content is fairly high at 6g. With only 1gof that being dietary fiber, this means the added carbs go straight to the calories. At 170 calories per serving, it has the third highest caloric content among the reviewed products.
Taste and Mixability
From a flavor and mixability perspective, this product, in my opinion, tastes great! After going through numerous reviews online, I found that the general consensus is also that the taste of this product, particularly the chocolate favor, is decent. However, one issue I definitely have with this protein is mixability. If you mix your protein using a manual shaker, you might find clumps of protein stuck at the bottom unless you are ‘well-practiced’ in your shaking motions!
This is the best cheap whey protein but may not be suitable for those on low-calorie or low-carb diets. Those who are sensitive to lactose may also consider other products as this is a 100% whey concentrate. Flavor is decent, but mixability is an issue so a blender is recommended.