Muscletech Nitro Tech Zero Carb Facts
Nitro Tech Zero Carb is arguably the most non-innovative release of the new Nitro Tech spin off range. The biggest criticism it will receive is that it is practically identical to their Platinum Iso Zero. For example, it comes with the same nutritional stats (i.e. 5.8g of BCAAs, 4.2g of glutamine & precursors and 25g of protein per serve) as Platinum Iso Zero. One unique advantage of the Nitro Tech Zero Carb is that it comes in an unflavoured version, which is ideal for individuals with sensitivities to dyes, colours, flavours etc. While not strictly marketed as such, Nitro Tech Zero Carb invariably falls into the natural whey protein category, which overall is probably a bonus for the supplement.
MuscleTech Nitro Tech Zero Carb Review & Ingredients
When it comes to ingredients, Nitro Tech Zero Carb is just as much about what it doesn’t contain as what it does. Has highlighted above, the product will appeal most to those after a protein that contains one of the highest protein concentrations on a gram for gram basis. It is also ideal for individuals who might want to include a high quality unflavoured protein powder in a baking mix.
MuscleTech Nitro Tech Zero Carb Flavours Taste Mixability
Just like its Platinum Iso-Zero counterpart, Nitro Tech Zero Carb comes in both flavoured and unflavoured versions. However, it’s interesting to note that the unflavoured versions still include stevia. This is presumably to take the sting out of the somewhat unpleasant flavour of straight whey protein isolate powder (especially when it is free of lactose and fat). It follows that Nitro Tech Zero Carb is not going to blow your socks off when it comes to taste, but it certainly can’t be said that the flavoured versions are unpleasant. Because the product contains no gums or thickening agents, it carries a very watery-like taste and feel. Mixability is not problem however; just a few shakes and you’re good to go.
MuscleTech Nitro Tech Zero Carb Release Date
At the time of writing no official date had been released by Nutrition Systems; MuscleTech’s Australian supplier. But with the products making a formal release at the recent Olympia and MuscleTech’s strong international presence, it’s likely that it won’t take too long before the supplement appears Downunder together with its series companion products.