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Mutant Iso-Surge Review

It’s been a while since Mutant released their last protein powder in the form of the ultra delicious Pro 100. While it didn’t really take off as much as Mutant had hoped, this hasn’t stopped the company from trying to complete their protein range with the release of a brand new supplement known as Mutant ISO Surge.

Mutant ISO Surge Review & Ingredients

The new Mutant ISO Surge is a straightforward whey protein isolate supplement which contains WPI and hydrolysed whey protein. Each serving of 31g contains 25g of protein, 1g of fat, 1g of carbs and only 110 calories. It really can’t get simpler than that and there’s always room to add a good, fast absorbing protein to your supplement regimen.

Mutant ISO Surge Flavours, Mixability & Taste

Mutant have gone all out with the new ISO Surge by releasing it in 10 different flavours. These include: Vanilla Ice Cream, Triple Chocolate, Strawberry Milkshake, Chocolate Fudge Brownie, Peanut Butter Chocolate, Cookies N Cream, Banana Cream, Mint Chocolate Chip, Birthday Cake and Coconut Cream. Mutant haven’t really made a bad tasting supplement thus far, so we doubt the new ISO Surge will taste anything but delicious. In fact, it might just give Dymatize’s ISO 100 a run for its money.

Mutant ISO Surge Release Date

Mutant ISO Surge is already available in its native Canada with a release schedule over the next 2-3 months in the US and Europe. We can then expect it to hit Australia and New Zealand sometime in late March or April 2016.

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