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Adaptogen Science Tasty Whey Deluxe: Delicious Protein Blend

Adaptogen Science Tasty Whey Deluxe

Adaptogen Science Tasty Whey Deluxe is a blended whey protein powder comprised of whey concentrate, whey isolate, and hydrolyzed whey.

Protein powder is something just about every athlete, lifter, and recreational “fit chick” knows and uses. For many, it’s the very first supplement they use. Typically, the first protein purchased is a straightforward whey protein. It’s the most widely available and affordable option.

Adaptogen Science is an up and coming brand that’s committed to delivering a wide range of tasty whey proteins, previously seen in our Tasty ISO blog post. Today, we focus on the brand’s blended whey protein supplement Tasty Whey Deluxe.

This is a different version from Adaptogen Science’s Tasty Whey, which is a whey concentrate only powder, and will remain on the market, so you have multiple taste options.

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Tasty Whey Deluxe Ingredients

As we alluded to up top, Tasty Whey Deluxe is the brand’s blended whey protein powder that utilizes three different forms of whey protein to create a product that is both high in protein and low in carbs.

  • Whey Protein Blend

    Adaptogen Science Tasty Whey Deluxe Ingredients

    Tasty Whey Deluxe is a blended whey protein led of by whey protein concentrate, which may give some of you lactose sensitive individuals a few issues.

    The three forms of whey protein that Adaptogen Science includes in Tasty Whey Deluxe is Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC), Whey Protein Isolate (WPI), and Hydrolyzed Whey Protein Isolate, respectively.

    WPC is the least refined form of whey protein that still retains a good bit of its fat and carbohydrates (as well as lactose). It comes in various grades ranging from WPC35 to WPC80, which indicates the percentage of protein the grade contains. WPC80 is the highest, and contains the most protein by volume of all WPCs. The problem is, is that we don’t know what grade Adaptogen is using in Tasty Whey Deluxe, or if it is consistent from batch to batch.

    Meanwhile, WPI contains 90% protein and has almost all of its carbs and fats removed. Hydrolyzed whey is the most refined form of whey that’s essentially void of any and all lactose or fats.[1,2]

    Concentrate First. If lactose sensitive, opt for Tasty ISO

    Special note for those of you that are overly sensitive to lactose. Whey Concentrate is listed first in the blend, which means you’re probably getting a fairly sizeable amount of lactose. So, either take some digestive enzymes that include lactase, or check out Adaptogen’s Tasty ISO, which is incredibly “clean” and uses only hydrolyzed whey protein isolate.

    Also note that Tasty Whey is a pure whey concentrate for those who don’t want or need the isolates.

  • The Rest

    Following the trio of whey proteins comes the rest of the ingredients in Tasty Whey Deluxe, which is fairly minimal and consists of:

    Natural & Artificial Flavors, Potassium Chloride, Xanthan Gum, Ace K, and Sucralose.

Macros

Adaptogen Science Tasty Whey Deluxe Football

Tasty Whey Deluxe provides a great pre or post workout snack to support muscle growth and recovery.

Each scoop of Tasty Whey Deluxe weighs in at 35g and contains the following:

  • Calories: 130
  • Protein: 25g
  • Carbs: 2.5g (1g sugar)
  • Fat: 2.5g (1.5g saturated)

The sweet spot for taste

This puts the product in a unique area – not too clean, but not too dirty either. We like this because if you’re not going insane trying to cut carbs or fats, that extra gram or so of each (compared to some other products) will make a huge difference when it comes to taste.

Speaking of taste, let’s get into the flavors:

Flavors Available

As we saw with the brand’s Tasty ISO protein (Tasty ISO Review here), there are only two starting flavors of Tasty Whey Deluxe:

  • Chocolate Meltdown
  • French Vanilla Swirl

Takeaway

For those of you looking for a straightforward whey protein supplement, but can’t handle a full load of whey protein concentrate, Tasty Whey Deluxe can suit your needs. It’s high in protein, low in carbs, fats, and additional ingredients making it a solid option for those looking for “cleaner” proteins that still bring the flavor and texture of more calorie-intensive options.

…But it’s not too low in carbs/fats where there’s no flavor. This is the Deluxe version from Adaptogen, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it.

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References

  1. Hoffman JR, Falvo MJ. Protein – Which is Best? Journal of Sports Science & Medicine. 2004;3(3):118-130; https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3905294/
  2. Geiser M. (2003) The wonders of whey protein. NSCA’s Performance Training Journal 2, 13-15; https://www.researchgate.net/publication/242220432_The_Wonders_of_Whey_Protein (full text available at http://www.webcitation.org/6l9cf3g1S)
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