Multipower Whey Isolate Protein

Multipower Whey Isolate Protein

As part of my get fit or die trying 12 Week Challenge i’ll be focusing on nutrition and what supplements to take. As most of you will know protein shakes are a great way to supplement your dietary intake needs and to make sure that you’re hitting your body with enough protein post workout to maximise muscle growth.

Now Multipower have a new addition to their protein range, it’s the 100% Whey Isolate Protein and I will primarily be taking this during my 12 weeks of training along with other ‘non-whey’ supplements which i’ll cover as the weeks go on.

So what’s the different between standard whey protein and whey protein isolate?

Well whey is a by-product from making cheese and this whey can be processed to yield whey protein into three forms: whey isolate, whey concentrate, or whey hydrolysate. The difference between the whey protein forms is the composition of the product, particularly the protein content.

Whey isolates contains the highest percentage of pure protein and can be pure enough to be virtually lactose free, carbohydrate free, fat free, and cholesterol free.

So what is the Multipower Whey Isolate Protein like?

Actually pretty tasty! The powder mixes very easily into a smooth frothy drink with no lumpy bits or residue at the bottom of the shaker. I’m trying the French Vanilla and although i’m not totally sure what makes it French it does have a very rich natural vanilla taste to it. Certainly nothing chemical tasting or artificial. I mixed it with skimmed milk which I personally think makes it taste better though it’s still very good just with water if that’s what your diet needs.


It comes in two other flavours; Chocolate and Strawberry and two sizes 1590g bag and 725g tub.

So with a 30g serving (three scoups) it works out as approx 26g of protein per serving which is pretty impressive & less than 1% of carbs and fat, it’s perfect for those, like myself looking to build a lean physique while trying to drop % body fat.

It’s certainly not the cheapest whey supplement out there but it’s a quality product with a high protein yield that you are getting and i’d certainly get again.

RRP £67.99 – 1590g or £36.99 – 725g available in three flavours; Strawberry Splash, French Vanilla and Rich Chocolate from Multipower.

Product Information

Nutritional Information per 30g Serving






Dietary Fibre



BCAA Leucine

470 kJ / 111 kcal









Mix 30 g of powder (3 heaped measuring spoons) with 150-200 ml of water or skimmed milk
Instantized Whey Protein Isolate (Milk) (94%), Cocoa Powder (4%), Emulsifier Soya Lecithin, Flavouring, Sweeteners: Sodium Cyclamate, Sodium Saccharin, Acesulfame K; Palm Oil. May contain traces of egg.

  • High level of protein – 85 % purest Whey Isolate Protein to support lean definition and muscle growth
  • Native, un-denatured Whey Protein, ultrafiltered
  • Instantized for excellent solubility, easy to digest
  • Low in sugar and fat: Only 1,5% Carbs, 1% Fat
  • High BCAA (6,7g per serving) + Glutamine (4,9 g per serving) levels
  • Suitable for Vegetarians
  • Gluten-free
  • Aspartame-free

Disclosure: This product has been gifted to us by Multipower, however please be assured our reviews are always honest, unbiased and trusted – your respect and trust in us is of the utmost importance. Whether we love it or hate it, we’ll let you know.


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The Founder of MyGym, Adam is a keen runner having completed various half marathons, the Brighton Marathon and is currently training for the Berlin Marathon in aid of Macmillan.

1 Comment

  1. August 16, 2017 at 11:06 pm — Reply

    I’ve been really impressed with the multipower whey isolate, its by far the best tasting chocolate flavour I’ve tried!


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