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Aptonia Whey 9, the analysis

Aptonia Whey 9 is one of several protein supplements from the Aptonia brand, which you can easily find on the shelves of any Decathlon.

As the name suggests, it is a Whey protein, and is available in various sizes and flavors.

In this case we will analyze the vanilla version, as there are small nutritional variations between the different aromas.

In addition to vanilla, it is also available in strawberry flavor, and as you would expect, chocolate.

Is it a good product?

That's what we're going to see now.

This review is out of date as the product has been discontinued, having apparently been replaced by Domyos Isolated Whey.


The ingredients are simple and you can consult here the complete list.

Basically this supplement consists of 97.8% of Whey protein.

In this percentage you will find Whey Isolate and Whey Concentrate.

As for the remaining ingredients, they are typical of any flavored protein supplement, such as flavorings and thickeners.

What does this mean?

In terms of ingredients, Aptonia Whey 9 is a good supplement, without unnecessary additions, and only with quality protein sources.

Nutritional table

Serving/30g %
Proteins 24.9g 83%
Carbohydrates 0.9g 3%
Fats 0.7g 2.4%


These are the nutritional values for Aptonia Whey 9 in vanilla flavor.

Each dose consists of 30g of supplement, which corresponds to 24.9g of pure protein, but it is through the total percentage that we can get a better idea of the quality of this product.

It has a concentration of 83% of protein and low doses of carbohydrates and fats as you can see in the table.

It is undoubtedly an excellent quality supplement, with high levels of protein coming exclusively from Whey, a very good protein source.

Unfortunately, Aptonia does not reveal the aminogram, but it does reveal the amount of BCAA?s, which is important when evaluating a supplement of this type.

For each 30g dose, this supplement contains 5.6g of BCAAs, which gives a total of 18.6% of BCAAs.

To put these values into perspective, below is a table with some supplements already analyzed so far, of the same type as Whey 9.


Aptonia Whey 9 Elite Whey Impact Whey ON Gold Standard Total Whey Scitec Professional
Total protein 83% 68.87% 82% 81.06% 76.92% 73.30%
BCAA?s 18.6% 15.40% 18.77% 18.70% 17.70% 16.03%


As you can confirm from the table, Aptonia's Whey 9 is the best in terms of total protein.

In terms of BCAAs, it is also practically at the top, with values equivalent to both the Impact Whey like the Gold Standard from Optimum Nutrition.

When compared to exclusively concentrated Whey proteins, or mixtures of concentrate and isolate, Aptonia Whey 9 is at the top in terms of quality.

In short, this is a very good product.

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In terms of prices, we used the value charged by Decathlon for the evaluation, and although these are always subject to change, at the time of analysis the price charged is as follows.

900g 1.8kg
Doses 30 60
Cost per dose 0.67? 0.60?
Cost per 100g protein 2.68? 2.41?
Total cost 19.99? 36?


If this supplement stands out in terms of quality, not so much in terms of price.

Each shake costs 0.60? to 0.67? depending on the size chosen.

However, the best way to calculate the cost of a protein supplement is through the cost per 100g of protein, which shows the amount you actually pay for 100g of pure protein.

In the 900g format this cost is 2.68? while in the larger format it is 2.41?.

Once again, we will place these values alongside other supplements of the same type to see where Whey 9 stands.


Aptonia Whey 9 Elite Whey Impact Whey ON Gold Standard Total Whey Scitec Professional Real Whey
Cost per 100g protein 2.41? 2.48? 1.50? 3.12? 3.25? 3.07? 1.75?


Looking at the table, it is easy to see that Whey 9 is still a long way from the two proteins with the best quality/price ratio, Impact Whey and the Real Whey.

On the other hand, when compared to several well-known supplements such as Total Whey from Gold Nutrition or the Gold Standard from Optimum Nutrition, Whey 9 has a big advantage.

In other words, it doesn't stand out in price, but it doesn't look bad either, presenting an average price.

Where to buy?

It is available in physical Decathlon stores and online as you can see here.


If you purchased the Aptonia Whey 9 You can rest assured, you have a quality protein supplement.

However, when price is factored into the equation, Whey 9 loses a few points.

It is undoubtedly an excellent product, there is no doubt about that, but for a significantly lower price you will find very similar offers.

Not only do you get similar offers, you also get superior offers, like Impact Whey Isolate for example.

This does not mean it is a bad product or a bad purchase. It is not, especially when placed alongside proteins like Optimum Nutrition's Gold Standard.

It's an excellent supplement, there are simply some superior offerings on the market at lower prices.

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Good protein.
Good price.
Negative points.
Good price, but there are (even) better ones.
Where to buy?

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