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Kaged Muscle’s Micropure Whey Isolate: ProHydrolase Powered

Kris Gethin’s Kaged Muscle is making a new addition to its lineup of supplements, and it’s a pure whey protein isolate!

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The Kris Gethin powered brand is finally giving us some new stuff in 2018!

Hot off the release of the Ferodrox testosterone booster is another new supplement, meaning Kaged Muscle is reloaded and ready for a big year!

This time it’s Kaged Muscle’s Micropure Whey Isolate protein powder finally! This has been a long time coming, since the Kris Gethin powered brand really only had a casein powered protein powder (Kasein, which we absolutely love — see our Kasein review on YouTube) and the Re-Kaged post workout, but no straight-up whey or blend. Not anymore…

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Before going further, we need to cut to the chase: at the time of recording the review below, this is the best tasting chocolate whey protein isolate we’ve ever had! And not only that, but they did it with stevia as the primary sweetener to keep the sucralose levels down. Watch on our channel below:

Our KM MicroPure Whey Isolate Review

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Great times, great powder. So how’d they do it?

Introducing Kaged Muscle’s Micropure Whey Isolate

Kaged Muscle Whey Isolate

Plucked from Kris Gethin’s Instagram: Kaged Muscle’s MicroPure Whey Protein ISOLATE!

Not your run-of-the-mill whey protein, Kris Gethin’s latest powder is a pure whey isolate, but it utilizes the ProHydrolase Digestive Enzyme tech! This was also discussed in our Re-Kaged blog post.

The protein enhancement game is on!

We’ve seen protein isolates utilize the latest methods for increased absorption (others are using ingredients such as Velositol) and Kaged Muscle is following a similar but different path.

The company is using only 100% ultrapure whey isolate for maximum digestion, making it a perfect post-workout protein. But it was the flavors that really blew us away for an isolate – especially that chocolate one!

There are two flavor options out as of the time of publishing are your standard go-to’s — Chocolate and Vanilla.

This is great news for fans of Kaged Muscle who have eagerly been awaiting a standard chocolate or vanilla flavored protein! Previously offering only “fruity” type flavors in Re-Kaged, and many brands going to some crazy flavor systems, fans are finally given the standard go to flavors for most proteins out there!

Note the different serving sizes per flavor

A tub of vanilla will get you 45 servings and a tub of chocolate will be 42 servings, so Kaged Muscle’s likely looking to keep the weight similar (cocoa takes up room!) and our value shoppers will want to attack vanilla – which is fine if they kept that epic Kasein vanilla flavor system!!

Kaged Muscle Isolate Label

Near identical labels, the only downside for choosing chocolate is you will get three less servings than vanilla.

On the other hand, we can honestly say that the chocolate flavor is worth the “loss” of protein. We’re that serious about it!

Kaged Muscle’s Isolate Ingredients

The label is almost identical for each flavor, with the exception of an extra gram of carbohydrate and half a gram of fat being added to the Chocolate flavor. The powder’s nutrition and ingredient come in at:

  • 120 calories
  • 25g protein from 100% whey isolate protein
  • 2-3g carbs (depending on the flavor)
    • and only 1g sugar per serving
  • 0.5 – 1g fat (depending on the flavor)

At either 30.1g or 32.7g per scoop, this yields either 76.5% or 83% protein by weight – decent for an isolate, but that added sunflower lecithin is bringing things down so we hoped it would be seriously smooth — and it was!

Primarily stevia-sweetened to keep the sucralose down

Also note that just like the other Kaged Muscle products, they’re using stevia on top of sucralose, in an attempt to keep sucralose levels low. Unfortunately, we don’t know those doses for 100% certain since this part of the formula is in a proprietary blend, but we do know that stevia’s ahead of sucralose, which is a great thing.

See our Whey Protein Isolate Buyer’s Guide

Kaged Muscle Whey Protein Isolate

Kaged Muscle’s resurgence has been greatly anticipated and appreciated. They have come through!

We recently covered a quick buyer’s guide for whey protein isolates. Turns out that after our review, we now know — this product stacks up high against the competition thanks to that chocolate flavor and added digestive enzymes!

Kaged Muscle is Reinvigorated!

What the company lacks in product quantity, it makes up for with its quality. We expected this newest protein to be no different, and we were right. Chocolate especially.

We were also extremely proud to interview Kris Gethin on the PricePlow Podcast, which you can watch all the way below after signing up for Kaged Muscle’s news and deal alerts on PricePlow so you know when there are hot deals on the surging brand!

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