dymatize-iso100 whey

Dymatize ISO 100, the analysis

O Dymatize ISO 100 is a protein supplement from the Dymatize brand, the same one that produces Elite Whey that we have already analyzed here. Yes, the one that ranked 9th in the our top.

Although Elite Whey leaves something to be desired, Dymatize presents a much higher quality product here, with a protein concentration of 86%.

Compared to Elite Whey's 68%, ISO 100 really seems to be this brand's elite protein.

This supplement is available in three sizes: 732g, 1.3kg and 2.2kg.

As for flavors, there are a lot of them, from the classics like vanilla or chocolate, to banana or even orange and pina colada.

This analysis will be done exclusively on the vanilla flavor, as there are small differences both in terms of ingredients and nutritional value between flavors.

ISO 100 ingredients

The ingredients in the vanilla flavor are as follows:

iso 100 ingredients

The main protein source in this supplement is excellent isolated whey, with part of it being subjected to the hydrolysis process.

The big difference between a hydrolyzed protein and a non-hydrolyzed one is basically the digestion process, which in the case of hydrolyzed whey happens more quickly.

Is this difference significant for those who go to the gym?

Probably not.

In addition to protein, we then have flavorings, sweeteners, soy lecithin and salt.

Nutritional value

29g 100g
Proteins 25g 86.21g
Carbohydrates 1g 3.45g
Fats 0g 0g


Each scoop/dose of Dymatize ISO 100 It consists of 29g of supplement, which provides 25g of protein, 1g of carbohydrates and 0g of fat.

This means that this supplement is made up of 86,21% of protein, which is a good value.

Furthermore, the carbohydrate values are 3.45% and 0% of fats.

This supplement does not contain lactose, which is a positive point for those who are intolerant.



dymatize iso 100 aminogram

This is the aminogram of Dymatize's ISO 100 per 100g of supplement.

The most important thing to analyze in the aminogram are the BCAA's, that is, the values of Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine.

ISO 100 is made up of 19.39% of BCAA's, a good value.

Okay, it's good, but to what extent?

Let's compare these values to some supplements already analyzed here.

ISO 100 Elite Whey Impact Whey ON Gold Standard Scitec Isogreat ISO:PRO 97
Total protein/100g 86.21% 68.87% 82.00% 81.06% 91.00% 97.00%
BCAA's/100g 19,39% 15.40% 18.77% 18.70% 20.83% 22.11%


Compared to Elite Whey from the same brand, ISO 100 is MUCH superior, with almost more 20% of protein.

Regarding the Impact Whey and the ON's Gold Standard, although higher, the difference is already smaller, with just 4/5% more protein.

Now, when we place it next to the Isogreat from Scitec Nutrition comfortable ISO:PRO 97 from Myprotein, ISO 100 is already a bit disappointing, both in terms of protein content and quantity of BCAA's.

This doesn't mean it's a bad supplement, but considering the price? What are we going to analyze next? falls a little short of expectations in nutritional terms.


732g 1.3kg 2.2kg
Doses 25 46 78
Cost per dose 1.20? 0.97? 0.83?
Cost per 100g protein 4.80? 3.88? 3.32?
Total cost 30.00? 45.00? 65.00?


Each ISO 100 shake costs on average between 0.83? to 1.20?, depending on the size we choose.

The cost per dose means little, as each brand defines its dose, but the values for each 100g of protein are more accurate, as they show the cost for each 100g of real protein, that is, the price paid for each 100g of protein. protein, and makes it easier to compare various supplements.

As we see in the table, the values vary between 3.32? for the 2.2kg and 4.80 bucket? in the smallest size, 732g.

Once again, let's put this supplement alongside others of the same genre to see the differences.

ISO 100 Elite Whey Impact Whey Gold Standard ON Scitec Isogreat ISO:PRO 97
Cost per 100g protein 3.32? 2.48? 1.50? 3.12? 3.34? 2.91?


This table only compares prices between proteins, without reference to their quality, which we have already analyzed.

It is the second most expensive protein on the table, but it is not the second best protein.

iso 100 whey dymatize

Where to buy?

You can find this supplement available here and you can still use the code GVIRTUAL to get a discount.

It is also available on Body&Fit.


O ISO 100 is a good protein supplement, with a protein content of 86,21% and 19,39% of BCAA's. It also has very low amounts of carbohydrates and zero fat.

The protein source used is isolated whey, and part of it is hydrolyzed, which is why its price is higher.

But the big question is: Is it worth buying?

Yes and no.

Yes, because it is a very good quality protein? one of the best we've ever analyzed here? and you will certainly be well served.

No, because for the same price you can buy as much Scitec Isogreat such as ISO:PRO 97 from Myprotein, both superior in both the percentage of protein and BCAA's.

It's still a very good supplement, there are just better choices in the same category.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top