So I decided in the midst of my Grab or Pass journey to now include my reviews in blog form also. If you checked out my video on YOUTUBE, I appreciate it, but if you'd rather read what I think of it, then here you go. For those of you unfamiliar with this product, it's a "testosterone" assisting protein powder which means it contains ingredients that are "proclaimed" to boost TEST levels naturally. Ingredients such as DAA or D-Aspartic Acid. According to examine.com here's an excerpt from their site in regards to the effectiveness of this ingredient.
(D-AA can be used as a testosterone booster for infertile men, and by athletes as a temporary booster. Elevated testosterone levels only last a week to a week and a half in healthy men, with testosterone returning to normal afterward )
Anyway back to the review. I've tried this product for 1 month and I must say that this is an underrated protein powder. The flavor that I had was Vanilla Ice Cream and it was delicious. Usually when I get a Vanilla flavor protein powder, I have to mix it with something to make it edible, but this particular powder I was fine without mixing it.
The Macros in this protein is pretty good as it has 130 calories, 1 gram of Fat, 25 grams of protein and 1 gram of Carbs.
Also pretty impressive not containing an dictionary full of ingredients, but it does contain Acesulfame Potassium as this is one of my peeves about protein powders. I don't know why but I feel they can do without it.
Using this product, I don't get any stomach reactions, it goes down smooth and mixes well in my almond milk. Yes I drink my protein powders with almond milk.
On Amazon this has a high price tag of $36, but I get mine from Vitamin Shoppe which is usually on sale for $29. I'm a firm believer in not paying more than $30 for protein powder. My theory is find a powder that you can use for 30 days, 1 serving a day, $30 or less a month. CATCH the SALES, if not then find another one. ESPECIALLY if they use Acesulfame Potassium in their products.
Pending that the price is right, I suggest you try this product. I'm not sure how the DAA will impact women if they should stay away from the products or not, but for men, I suggest giving it a go.