Syntrax - Matrix 5.0 Protein Powder - Bananas & Cream - 5lb Bag
THE PROBLEM: Five pound containers of protein that are low in quality, contain fat-inducing maltodextrin, taste horrible, require a blender to mix properly, and contain only one very fast-acting protein. No doubt that most of these "five pounders" are cheap but who wants to gag something down day after day that's neither convenient nor beneficial?
THE SOLUTION: Matrix 5.0. Taking years to properly formulate, Matrix 5.0 solves all of the problems currently afflicting those other "five pounders". Most importantly, we completely stayed away from cheap, inferior protein sources such as denatured sodium and calcium caseinate. We knew that to be the best, we had to use only the highest quality undenatured protein sources such as ultrafiltered whey protein, ultrafiltered milk protein, undenatured egg albumin, and glutamine peptides. The costs are much higher, but the rewards are significant. These proteins not only taste great but they are unmatched in their ability to improve overall health as well as build critical bodily tissues and processes.
To make the absolute best "five pounder" in the industry, we knew we had to do even more. We decided that we would not settle for anything but the absolute best tasting protein powder on the market. Matrix 5.0 is thoroughly instantized so that every scoop dissolves perfectly in your favorite beverage. No more disgusting clumps or blenders that dirty your kitchen with Matrix 5.0, you only need a spoon!
IPA: UnrestrictedNutritional Facts
|Serving Size: 1 Level Scoop (30g)|
|Servings Per Container: 76||Amount Per Serving|
|Calories from Fat||15|
|I n g r e d i e n t s|
Dairy protein blend (whey protein concentrate*, milk protein concentrate**), non-dairy protein blend (hydrolyzed wheat gluten***, egg albumin****), natural and artificial flavors, soy lecithin, salt, acesulfame-K, sucralose.
*Promina™ brand; ultrafiltered and undenatured
**Ultrafiltered and undenatured; includes micellar casein
***Source of glutamine peptides