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Scitec ISOGREAT – Analysis

O Isogreat is an isolated whey protein supplement from the Scitec Nutrition brand, responsible for the Professional Whey that we analyzed here.

Although Professional Whey is undoubtedly Scitec's best-known protein supplement, this Isogreat is probably the brand's best whey, with incredible values.

Scitec Isogreat is available in two sizes: 900g and 2300g.

So let's start the review and get to know this product.

Scitec ISOGREAT Ingredients

As you would expect, there are several flavors: Vanilla, Cappuccino, Orange Cream, Raspberry, Strawberry and Vanilla-Blackberry.

Now, as for the ingredients, in the vanilla flavor they are these:

These are the main ingredients, then we also have sweeteners (Acesulfame K and Sucralose) and vanilla flavoring.

The main ingredient is isolated whey protein, and there are no traces of any other protein in this formula, just two amino acids (L-Glutamine and L-Arginine).

If you read our whey protein guide, you know that isolated whey is of excellent quality.

As for amino acids, we will analyze them further below, in the aminogram.

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Nutritional value

The nutritional values that are available on the brand's website are these:

22g 100g
Proteins 20g 91g
Carbohydrates 0g 0g
Fats 0g 0g


The 22g refers to one scoop of this supplement, while in the column on the side we have the values for each 100g of product.

A Whey Professional from Scitec it only had 73.3% of protein content, which isn't terrible, but it's nothing special either.

As for the Isogreat, contain a protein content of 91%, which is excellent.

As if the high protein content wasn't enough, this supplement stands out for being free not only of carbohydrates, but also of fats, in other words, it's just protein!

Very good.


scitec isogreat aminogram

Here we have the official aminogram presented by the brand on its website.

This table shows the percentage of amino acids per 100g of pure protein, that is, we have 10.6% of L-Leucine, 6.4% of L-Isoleucine and 5.9% of L-Valine, the well-known BCAA's.

However, these are the values per 100% of protein, and, as this supplement has a protein content of 91%, we will have to reduce it to 91% to know the values per 100g of product.

In this case we have a total of 20.839% of BCAA's for every 100g of Scitec Isogreat, which is very good.

As always, we will compare these values with other proteins already analyzed to get a perspective on these values.

We selected the ISO:PRO 97 from Myprotein, as it is also an isolated whey, and the ON's Gold Standard, to give us some perspective on the differences between a solely whey isolate versus a blend of protein concentrate and isolate.

Isogreat ISO:PRO 97 Gold Standard
Total Protein/100g 91g 97g 81.6g
BCAA's/100g 20.839g 22.116g 18.71


Therefore, as we can see from the table, Isogreat is slightly lower than ISO:PRO 97 from Myprotein, but it is much higher than Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard, as expected.

They contain 6g less protein compared to the Myprotein supplement, while compared to the Gold Standard, they contain 9.4g more protein per 100g, a big difference.

As for added L-Arginine and L-Glutamine, Isogreat contains more Glutamine than ISO:PRO 97 but less L-Arginine compared to the Myprotein supplement. In both amino acids the differences are minimal.

Therefore, we can say that Scitec Isogreat is without a doubt an excellent product, with a high protein content and a large amount of BCAA's.

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Now that we know that Isogreat really has quality, it's time to evaluate the price.

900g 2300g
Doses 40 104
Cost per dose 0.75? 0.67?
Cost 100g/protein* 3.66? 3.34?
Total cost 30.00? 70.00?


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*The cost per 100g of protein refers to the amount paid for each 100g of real protein.

While the cost per dose refers to the cost per scoop, which in this case is 22g and contains 20g of protein, the cost per 100g of protein refers not to 100g of product but to 100g of pure protein.

To have a shake with 20g of protein and 0g of carbohydrates and fats, do we pay 0.75? or 0.67?, depending on the format.

It is difficult to evaluate a whey protein using the dose referenced by the brand, as all brands use different doses, therefore, we calculated the value per 100g of protein to have a more accurate number, and a more precise evaluation.

Let's compare the values of supplements from Optimum Nutrition and Myprotein again. 

Isogreat 2.3kg ISO:PRO 97 2.5kg Gold Standard 2.2kg
Doses 104 100 77
Cost per dose 0.67? 0.69? 0.75?
Cost 100g/protein 3.34? 2.91? 3.12?
Total cost 70.00? 69.99? 58.00?


The cost per dose is the lowest of the three supplements, however, it is a bit misleading, as each dose of Isogreat only contains 20g of protein, due to the brand's referenced dose being low.

In the cost per 100g of protein, we see that it is the most expensive protein of the three, which is perfectly normal given the ON's Gold Standard, as it is a much superior product.

Regarding the ISO:PRO 97, Scitec's protein is 0.43? more expensive in relation to the price paid for each 100g of protein.

Yeah man?

The cost per 100g of protein is a little high, however, it is important not to forget that this supplement is made up only of isolated protein, and contains 0g of both carbohydrates and fat, which is an added value.

If what you are looking for is a protein supplement with the best quality/price ratio, you are better served with options such as Impact Whey Or the Whey ConcentrateHowever, if what interests you is just maximum quality, this is a good option.

Where to buy?

You will find Scitec ISOGREAT available here and you can still use the code GVIRTUAL to get a discount.


O Scitec ISOGREAT It is undoubtedly a very interesting supplement.

It combines a very high protein content with non-existent amounts of carbohydrates and fats, which is excellent.

The amount of BCAA's is also high, and is only a little low in cost per 100g of protein, which is surpassed by ISO:PRO 97, although it achieves a better cost per dose than the Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard.

In short, although the price is a little high for a protein, it is important not to forget that this is not just any protein, but an exclusively isolated whey, with 0g of carbohydrates and fats.

4 thoughts on “Scitec ISOGREAT – Análise”

  1. João Figueiredo


    I have been researching the different brands of whey, and I was undecided between Scitec Isogreat 2300g and Biotech USA Iso Whey Zero 2270g + 20% Free (2724g). Scitec has a higher protein content (91%) compared to Biotech (88%) although it is not significant, as does the difference in carbohydrates and fats between the two; Based on the current prices on the Prozis website, the Scitec is on sale for 63.99? and Biotech for 58.89?. The only issue that I cannot determine is the amount of BCAA'S in Biotech's protein. Taking these points into account, what should my choice be in your opinion?


    1. ginasiovirtual.com

      Hi John.

      According to the Biotech website, there are 4.9g of BCAA's per dose, which gives a total of 19.6% with added BCAA's.

      It's nothing special for an isolate, and it's most likely because of the Glycine.

      The supposed protein sources represent 88% of the supplement, and the ingredient that comes next to this mixture is Glycine, “disguised” as a flavor enhancer, meaning the quantity is likely to still be significant.

      You won't stop getting good results because of this, but in practice you will be buying a mediocre Isolated Whey supplement when you have better options in terms of quality/price in this category.


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