Prozis Sport 100% Whey Concentrate Supplement Review
A 100% whey Concentrate is a whey protein supplement from the Prozis brand, and is said to be “the most complete, efficient and affordable protein available on the market.”
As always, Prozis Sport's marketing is aggressive and we go through this analysis to confirm if this time it corresponds to the truth. (See the case of Whey Prime.)
To begin, we will introduce the different versions of this supplement.
We can find it in 4 different sizes, they are:
Prices vary between 10.99 € for the mini version (500g), 16.99 € for the 907g bag, 30.99 € for the 2kg bag and finally 59.99 € for the large version, 4000g.
As for flavors, there's not much to choose from, it's only available without flavor.
For those who don't know, protein supplements without flavor are unpleasant if you don't add something to the shake, such as bananas, chocolate, cinnamon, coffee, etc.
The ingredients used in this protein are only two, which we can say is positive after the Whey Prime.
The ingredients used are:
Concentrated whey protein (whey)
Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin)
Little? Do not.
It is ideal.
The most important thing in a protein supplement, as we know, is its nutritional values, so let's now introduce them.
|Dose / 30g||100g|
Therefore, we have 24.6g of protein for each shake using the doses of the brand (30g) and a very interesting protein concentration, 82%.
This means that for every 100g of supplement, 82g is protein.
The values of carbohydrates and fats they are within the normal range in the field of concentrated proteins, and therefore, there is not much to comment on.
So far this supplement does not compromise, quite the contrary, it is a good product.
As it is not enough to look only at the nutritional value, since it is easily manipulated, we will also analyze the aminogram of this supplement and confirm whether we have a good or a bad protein supplement here.
This is the aminogram of Prozis 100% Whey Concentrate, and, unlike Whey Prime of the same brand, the values are good.
In order to get a better idea of the quality of the supplement, let's compare it in relation to the Myprotein Impact Whey and Whey Prime also from Prozis Sport.
|Whey Concentrate||Impact Whey||Whey Prime|
|BCAA's / dose||5.63g / 30g||4.7g / 25g||3.975g / 25g|
|BCAA's / 100g||18.77g||18.77g||12.72g|
Looking at the table we can confirm that this time Prozis got it right.
This supplement is nutritionally similar to Myprotein Impact Whey, that is, it is an excellent supplement of concentrated whey protein.
We already know that 100% Whey Concentrate has quality, we now have to know what the price of that same quality is.
100% Whey Concentrate
|Cost Per Serving||€ 0.68||€ 0.56||€ 0.47||€ 0.45|
|Total cost||€ 10.99||€ 16.99||€ 30.99||€ 59.99|
|Cost Per Serving||€ 0.37||€ 0.31||€ 0.27|
|Total cost||€ 14.89||€ 30.89||€ 54.89|
As we can see from the table above, although these two supplements are nutritionally identical, Prozis Whey Concentrate is significantly more expensive compared to Myprotein's Impact Whey.
As an example, a 4000g bag of 100% Whey Concentrate, costs more than a 5000g bag of Impact Whey.
Where to buy?
You find this supplement available here and you can still use the code GVIRTUAL to get 10% discount.
We will not lie, after analyzing the Prozis Whey Prime, we were left behind in relation to this brand, however, we were surprised!
This 100% Whey Concentrate is a good supplement of concentrated whey protein, with a protein content of 82% and BCAA's values equivalent to those found in Impact Whey and in the famous Whey Gold Standard from Optimum Nutrition.
As for the negative points, the fact that it is tasteless means that the protein will not be the most pleasant to drink and the price is significantly more expensive in relation to Impact Whey.
In a very simple way, we can say that it is the second best whey protein supplement that we have already analyzed in price / quality terms, losing however still by some margin to the Myprotein Impact Whey who owns that same throne right now.
Have you used 100% Whey Concentrate? Leave your opinion in the comments below!