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WIN Nutrition Whey Protein – Analysis

Analysis of the 100% Whey Protein supplement from WIN Nutrition

WIN Nutrition is a supplement brand that focuses above all on price to promote its products, and this Whey Protein is no exception.

This is the first time we have analyzed a product from this brand, and it is the Whey with the best price/quality ratio. At least according to WIN Nutrition.

Will it really be like that?

Not really.

Let's start by looking at the ingredients.


A supposed protein mixture is listed, consisting of:

  • Whey powder enriched with proteins
  • Whey Concentrate

What protein mix is this?

Basically it is low quality Whey, with a low protein content and high sugar levels, more specifically, Lactose, milk sugar.

To make matters worse, the next ingredient on the list is L-Glycine, a cheap amino acid used to increase protein content in the worst way.

Contrary to Whey Prime, which also uses this technique, WIN Nutrition does not present an aminogram, and therefore, we do not know the percentage of Whey protein and the percentage of L-Glycine in this supplement, as this amino acid accounts for the total protein number.

In addition to these ingredients, we then have the normal flavorings/colorings and finally, a digestive enzyme, Lactase, and you will understand why.

The ingredients used in this supplement are bad.

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Nutritional value

35g %
Proteins 18g 51.43%
Carbohydrates 13.30g 38%
Fats 0.80g 2.29%


A dose of 100% Whey Protein according to WIN Nutrition consists of 35g, which offers 18g of protein, 13.30g of carbohydrates and 0.80g of fat per shake.

No, it wasn't a clerical error, this protein supplement actually contains 38% of carbohydrates, in which 37% are sugar, hence Lactase, as it is the enzyme responsible for digesting Lactose, so present in this supplement.

After all, is it a protein or a gainer?

The values are bad, very bad, and taking into account that L-Glycine is present in the formula and WIN Nutrition does not reveal the aminogram, the protein, in addition to being scarce, is also very likely of low quality.

In other words, half of these 51,43% protein could simply be L-Glycine and not Whey protein.

WIN 100% Whey BSN Whey DNA ON Gold Standard Myprotein Impact Whey Prozis Real Whey
Proteins 51.43% 70.59% 81.6% 80% 80%
Carbohydrates 38% 11.77% 6.8% 4.9% 10.4%
Fats 2.29% 6.77% 3.4% 7.3% 6%


A Whey DNA from BSN is considered a mediocre Whey, but compared to this supplement from WIN Nutrition, it stands out.

There's not much to comment, just look at the table and confirm that the protein levels of 100% Whey Protein are incredibly low, and the carbohydrate levels are higher than those of the other four supplements combined.

Yes, 100% Whey Protein has a higher percentage of carbohydrates than the other four supplements in the table combined.

Unfortunately there is no aminogram to assess the percentage of BCAA?s, which will be predictably (very) low.

In terms of quality, this Whey is BAD.


We already know that the quality of this product is poor, and therefore, the price remains. After all, this is supposedly the best Whey in terms of price/quality ratio? at least according to WIN Nutrition.

WIN 100% Whey BSN Whey DNA ON Gold Standard Myprotein Impact Whey Prozis Real Whey
Doses 64 55 77 100 100
Cost per dose 0.51? 0.76? 0.75? 0.36? 0.34?
Cost per 100g/Protein 2.82? 3.18? 3.12? 1.81? 1.75?
Total cost 32.99? 44.19? 58? 36.39? 27.99?


Each shake costs 0.51%, but only provides 18g of protein, the lowest value on the entire table.

The cost for each 100g of protein is 2.82?, which, although lower than the supplement from Optimum Nutrition and from BSN, we must not forget the amount of sugar that accompanies each 100g of protein in this supplement.

Not even the price can save this 100% Whey Protein since both Impact Whey from Myprotein as the Real Whey from Prozis Sport have significantly lower values.

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100% Whey Protein from WIN Nutrition is apparently a cheap supplement and tries to present itself as the Whey with the best quality/price ratio.

But there is a problem.

It's not the Whey with the best quality/price ratio and it doesn't even come close to being so.

The protein content of this supplement is only 51.43%, and it also has added L-Glycine, that is, some of this protein is simply L-Glycine, and nothing else.

In addition to the low protein content, they contain a level of carbohydrates worthy of a gainer.

There is nothing positive about this product, neither in quality nor in price, making it a supplement to avoid.

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