NutraBio Now Discloses 3rd Party Lab Tests!

NutraBio Protein Lab Test

Mark Glazier and NutraBio have started to publicly release 3rd party lab tests for ALL of their supplements! Come check it out!

There was a time (LONG ago) when buzzwords like “ultra concentrated” or “proprietary matrix” were embraced by the supplement industry. Those days are long gone now that consumers are more educated and demanding to know exactly what and how much of something goes into the supplements they purchase.

NutraBio has long been established as the supplement industry leader in transparency, even showing an online plant tour of their manufacturing facility. Now they’ve unveiled another layer of transparency with the brand releasing their 3rd party lab tests to consumers!

We’ve got more info about the 3rd party tests below, but first, take a moment to check the best deal and sign up for alerts on your favorite NutraBio products:

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3rd Party Lab Tests

Mark Glazier, CEO and founder of NutraBio, recently announced they are publicly releasing the 3rd party lab tests conducted on their rather extensive line of protein powders.[1] Available lab tests include any protein powder that was manufactured after December 31, 2016.

You can view a copy of the results by entering the lot number, located on the bottom of each tub, on NutraBio’s third-party test results page. All protein results are live along with about a third of all others products, and the brand is adding more every day. See the image below for a close up:

NutraBio Lab Test

Here’s the prompt after you click the “Test Results” tab on a given product page.

To go, simply click here. You can also find it by visiting the product page for your purchased protein on NutraBio’s website, and clicking the “Test Results” tab, then clicking “Check My Lot Number” button. You can then enter in the lot number of your protein in the text box:

NutraBio Lot Number

Simply enter your lot number, and you’ll be able to view your own products batch lab test.

After the number is entered, click “Search” and you’ll be taken to your test results which you can then view to see how your batch of protein checked out in the 3rd party lab tests!

Even More Testing!

As mentioned above, NutraBio is about ⅓ of the way done in releasing 3rd-party tests on all other products, and is working to get better coverage of those as well. So if you have a new supplement manufactured in 2017 from them, give it a shot as well,  

Say for example, you wanted to see how NutraBio’s Creatine Monohydrate checked out in testing, you can do that now too! Simply follow the same steps as listed above and you’ll eventually be able to view your own personal tubs batch test results!

An Owner’s Touch

We’ve all seen Mark Glazier’s passion for quality ingredients, but we didn’t even realize the lengths he goes to. Each and every 3rd party lab result for every raw ingredient and every finished products is sent direct to his phone!

With this kind of instant access, Glazier is able to see the results even while his lab is processing them! NutraBio has always been about No Prop Blends, No fillers, Full therapeutic dosages, no scams and published 3rd party lab results, and this just emphasizes the point even more!

Check out this video of Mark Glazier detailing exactly how each and every single ingredient that NutraBio comes across is rigorously tested for quality and purity and that this is actually the law – companies that do not do this (and there are several) are not manufacturing within the federal guidelines:

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Stack3d Confirmation!

Back in 2015, Stack3d engaged in their own bit of quality control when they started the Stack3d Certification Program. If you’re unfamiliar with the Stack3d Certification Program, they basically purchase a tub of of a given protein powder from a random retailer, just like any of you reading this would, but then instead of opening it, they ship it directly to a 3rd party lab for testing.

NutraBio Whey Protein Isolate

Stack3d put NutraBio’s 100% Whey Protein Isolate to the test, and it passed with flying colors!

The lab runs their batch of tests, and sends the results to Stack3d, who then posts them for all to see whether the protein passes or fails, which may indicate that it’s been amino spiked. This is a great resource for consumers to know which proteins are worth their hard-earned money, and which are best left on the store shelf.

So what happened when Stack3d tested NutraBio’s Whey Protein Isolate?

No surprise… it passed with flying colors!

To be specific, the tests showed that each scoop of NutraBio’s Whey Protein Isolate contained 25.78g dry basis and 24.54g as is. Additionally, those tests also showed absolutely no free form amino spiking!

Mark and NutraBio have always talked the talked about quality and transparency, but they also walk the walk as you can see – and this has been going on for decades, not just years!


NutraBio is leading the charge for transparency within the industry as the first company we’re aware of to give consumers access to 3rd party lab tests for each and every single product in their vast arsenal. This is quite the statement for NutraBio and one we can stand up and applaud. Now, if only the rest of the industry could follow their lead!

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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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