Primeval Labs WHEY Relaunches in Six Savory Flavors

Hot off the heels of a new branding and labeling direction, Primeval Labs is stepping into a newer, sleeker posture and has set itself on the warpath.

Primeval is set to release a blitzkrieg of new offerings – from formulas to delivery mechanisms to flavors (see them all on our Primeval Labs news page). They’re starting off the offensive with six new flavors of Primeval Labs Whey.

Primeval Labs Whey 2023 New Flavors

Primeval Labs Whey has launched in six bold new flavors. This is a pure WPC-80 (80% Whey Protein Concentrate) product with digestive enzymes added!

Massive New Primeval Labs Whey Flavor Dump!

It always feels like Christmas morning when a brand drops multiple flavors at once. It’s hard to know which flavor to open up first.

Well Primeval Santa Claus must have decided to come early this year. We’re getting not one… not two… but six new flavors of their Whey formula, and we expect them to be filled with the same inclusion-overflowing goodness to which we’ve become accustomed.

The New Flavors for 2023

  • Rocky Road
  • Horchata
  • Mint Chip Ice Cream
  • Peanut Butter Cookie
  • Strawberry Shortcake
  • Caramel Latte

Like we said: it’s tough to choose. The great news is that they’re sold in 1.5 pound tubs, as opposed to larger tubs, making it easier to just try them all!

We’re going to dive into a little summary on how Primeval Labs Whey works, but first, let’s check the PricePlow for good Primeval Labs deals, and check out our video review of the new flavors:

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Primeval Labs Whey Nutrition Facts

Macros may vary, but each 37g scoop of Primeval Whey roughly contains:

Primeval Labs Whey Flavors and New Look 2023

Primeval Labs Whey has the new look, too!

  • Calories: 150

  • Protein: 23g

  • Carbs: 7g

    • Total Sugars: 3g

      • Added Sugars: 1g
  • Fat: 4g

    • Saturated Fat: 2g

Primeval Labs Whey Ingredients

  • Whey Protein Concentrate

    Whey protein concentrate is created by subjecting raw whey (from cow’s milk) to a purification and filtration process in order to standardize its protein content. Compared to whey protein isolate or hydrolyzed whey protein, it is less processed, allowing it to retain a greater number of active components like lactoglobulins and immunoglobulins, which are advantageous for the immune system.[1]

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    A multitude of studies have demonstrated that the combination of a well-structured exercise program, a diet abundant in nutrients, and whey protein can lead to improvements in strength and body composition for both men and women.[2-5]

    Moreover, the amino acid profile of whey protein is complete[6], with slight variations depending on the environmental factors of the cows used to make it. The high leucine content in whey protein plays a significant role in its effectiveness by promoting muscle protein synthesis via mTOR signaling.[7-9]

    While the higher levels of active constituents in whey protein concentrate provide health benefits, it also has a few drawbacks, such as a marginally increased carbohydrate and fat content due to its limited processing. This results in elevated lactose levels. For individuals who are lactose-sensitive or intolerant, digesting whey protein concentrate may pose a challenge – though Primeval added some digestive enzymes to help ease this problem, as we’ll cover below.

  • DigeSEB

    DigeSEB, a patented blend of digestive enzymes, helps enhance the absorption process. Absorption is a crucial factor when considering protein supplementation – especially when it comes to less purified forms of protein like whey protein concentrate – as the protein provides no benefit if the body cannot absorb it. DigeSEB contains the following five enzymes:

    Protease Post Workout

    Protease has previously been shown to help with post workout soreness and recovery!

    • Amylase: helps digest starches
    • Lactase: helps digest lactose
    • Protease: helps digest protein
    • Lipase: helps digest fats
    • Cellulase: helps digest cellulose

    Collectively, these potent enzymes ensure that your body can optimally utilize all the protein present in Primeval Whey.

  • The flavoring system

    When it comes to a market as saturated as whey, the best way to stand out is with flavoring and texture – and there’s no shortage of care in this department with Primeval’s Whey.

    The exact flavoring and thickening agents will vary from flavor to flavor, but some common flavoring additives are things like cinnamon, cocoa and even inclusions in some of the flavors like cookie and cake pieces, which help provide a tremendous drinking experience.

    For thickening, xanthan gum is used to provide a rich, creamy texture. For that extra sweetness kick, sucralose has been added as well.

All Primeval Labs Whey flavors

Check out our up-to-date list of Primeval Whey flavors below:

Primeval Labs Whey Rocky Road

    The Wonderful World of Inclusions

    We all know the benefits of protein powder at this point: it helps enhance strength, improve body composition, and makes it much easier in general to manage your macro counts.

    That’s all awesome. But it’s established. Pretty much any reasonably high-quality whey protein product on the market will meet these requirements.

    Primeval Labs Whey 2023

    What really makes a protein powder stand apart is its flavoring system. After all, protein is a daily driver – we take it day in, and day out. We don’t want to be stuck with something that tastes boring at best and terrible at worst.

    That’s where inclusions come in. Brands have started adding little bits of things like chocolate chips, cake pieces, cookie pieces, and more. This has been a gamechanger for protein powders and it really makes drinking them feel like a sinfully good experience after a hard workout.

    Primeval is definitely a brand that has gotten inclusions right. And now we get six new flavors to choose from – we’ll never get bored.

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