Beast Protein Facts
From the looks of it, Beast Sports Nutrition’s blended protein Beast Whey is slowly being phased out in favour of a new name. The replacement will be known as Beast Sports Beast Protein.
Beast Protein Review & Ingredients
Beast Protein isn’t anything significantly different from the original beast Whey. It still contains a similar amount of calories at 140 calories and provides a generous 25g of protein per 35g serve. The total amount of fat and carbohydrates are still low at 2g and 5g respectively. The only real significant changes has been to the protein ingredients used. Whilst the original has whey protein isolate, concentrate and hydrolysate, the new Beast Protein contains an additional two types of proteins including:
- Micellar Casein
- Egg White Albumin
The protein is still just as simple as the original Beast Whey, but offers a slightly more sustained release profile.
Beast Protein Flavours, Taste & Mixability
Besides the usual Vanilla and Chocolate, it doesn’t look as though Beast Protein will come in any further flavours, however they might decide adding in a few extra flavours if the Beast Protein is a hit. Beast Whey was a fairly tasty protein. It wasn’t the best, but it definitely wasn’t the worse and mixed quite well. So we’re expecting the new variation to be of a similar calibre.
Beast Protein Release Date
The new Beast Protein from Beast Sports will be released soon in the US around October or November 2015, but probably won’t make its way to Australia and other overseas markets till early 2016.