Myprotein Clear Whey Isolate Caramel Apple: Limited-Edition Fall Flavor!

It’s that time of the… month… again! Myprotein has yet another wildly unique Clear Whey Isolate flavor. Unlike the recent Jelly Belly Clear Whey Isolate collab, this one’s not with a candy company, it’s with tradition:

Clear Whey Isolate Caramel Apple Flavor

Myprotein has another new flavor -- and it's incredible.

Embrace the spirit of tradition with Myprotein’s Clear Whey Isolate Caramel Apple flavor. The rich caramel taste will last you all day!

You’ve probably never had a protein powder like this! Myprotein’s latest and greatest limited-edition flavor is Clear Whey Isolate Caramel Apple, which is as interesting as it sounds. Thanks to the ultra-hydrolyzed whey protein isolate used, Myprotein’s been able to concoct some wild protein powder flavors, and this one may steal the show this fall.

If you like an apple flavored drink (it’s not sour apple) followed by a very long lasting surge of caramel on the back end, you’re not going to want to miss this one. It’s mostly caramel, and it’s different from any protein powder or even amino acid drink we’ve ever experienced.

In this article, we quickly show you prices and availability, our full flavor review, and then talk about how it’s all possible thanks to the hydrolyzed whey protein isolate in Myprotein’s Clear Whey Iso. Let’s get to it:

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A Bit of Background on Caramel Apples

Candy apples actually came before caramel apples — the former were invented in the early 1900s, while the latter were developed in the 1950s. Caramel apples are often hand-dipped in small business settings, but in 1960, a patent titled “Caramel-coated apple” was granted for an automated machine that made caramel apples.[1] It has since expired, allowing entrepreneurs to capitalize on mass-produced caramel apples.

Here instead, however, Myprotein is modeling off of the flavor — and they’ve done it in grand style.

The Caramel Apple Clear Whey Isolate Macros

Yet another ultra clean pure whey isolate supplement, as is the norm with this product line:

  • MyProtein Clear Whey Nutrition Facts

    Clear Whey Isolate features a clean label, amazing flavors, and high quality!

    Calories: 90

  • Protein: 20g

  • Carbohydrates: 1g

    • Sugars: 0g

  • Fat: 0g

About the Myprotein Clear Whey Isolate Main Ingredient

The primary ingredient here — and only protein source — is hydrolyzed whey protein isolate. Most readers are likely familiar with whey protein, which comes from cow’s milk, and is available in various grades. Alongside a healthy diet and exercise program, whey protein is well-studied in terms of both body composition improvements (gain muscle while still losing fat) as well as strength — and in both men and women.[2-5]

Once whey protein has been purified and filtered enough, it can be classified as whey protein concentrate (ranging from 34-80% protein by weight), or it can get taken a step further with whey protein isolate (WPI). With WPI, the filtration (or isolation) gets the material to a point of 90% protein by weight or more.

Hydrolyzed whey protein isolate: easier to digest, faster to absorb

Myprotein Mike and Ike Caribbean Punch Clear Whey Isolate

Myprotein sponsored athlete @_byjemmi is all about this incredible Mike and Ike Caribbean Punch flavor

Hydrolyzed whey protein isolate takes it yet another step — the addition of enzymes to the WPI help to break the protein chains down into shorter and smaller ones, which are faster-digesting and easier to absorb![6] And it still has a full amino acid profile like whey protein isolate.

This leads to a protein powder that can get the essential amino acids into the bloodstream quicker, leading to a faster reload of glycogen stores[7] as well as a faster insulin response.[8] For hard-training athletes – especially those who train more than once per day, it can drive faster recovery,[9] helping with return bouts.

This is where Myprotein takes advantage of the situation – they’ve sourced a hydrolyzed whey protein isolate that’s so well-refined, it settles “clear” (or translucently, as we like to say). This enables very creative flavors that are often fruity in nature — somewhere between a whey protein isolate and an amino acid / sports drink.

It’s sweetened with both sucralose and acesulfame potassium (“ace-k”), and can even be used during workouts like an amino acid drink. This is also perfect for those who are tired of thicker chocolate/vanilla style shakes, and want a “drink” more than a “shake”.

You can learn more in our main Myprotein Clear Whey Isolate article.

All Clear Whey Isolate Flavors in Stock

We’ve written about this product over a dozen times at this point — it’s become Myprotein’s favorite product to celebrate limited edition flavors with. Below are the ones currently in stock in the PricePlow system:

Myprotein Clear Whey Isolate Jelly Belly

Sizzling Cinnamon Clear Whey Isolate?! Can’t wait to try this one – Read more in our Myprotein Clear Whey Isolate Jelly Belly article.

    One of the most unique Clear Whey Isolate Flavors yet

    How many more Clear Whey Isolate flavors does Myprotein need? A year ago, we would have said just a few more. At this point, we say infinitely more, because they keep doing amazing work with flavors that we never thought could go into protein form factor.

    The hydrolyzed whey protein isolate inside is what makes it possible, and the company’s gotten scary good at flavoring with it. Who knows what we’ll get next, but next year, we’re going to lobby for a candy corn flavor. Let’s meme it into reality — join the PricePlow Discord to discuss.

    Clear Whey Isolate Caramel Apple

    Caramel Apple… The perfect fall addition to the Clear Whey Isolate family of flavors.

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    About the Author: Mike Roberto

    Mike Roberto

    Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

    Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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