Proteins. User Reviews & Best Deals on Amazon: Levels 5LB Unflavored 100% Grass Fed Whey Protein, No GMOs, Undenatured Levels Nutrition

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  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 8 x 10.2 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • UPC: 857965007038

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PERFORMANCE NUTRITION: Each scoop of our Unflavored Whey has 26g Protein, 5.9g BCAAs (branched-chain amino acids), and no added sugars. Customers choose Levels for a clean way to build lean muscle, enhance fitness, lose weight and improve their overall health.; BEYOND ORGANIC: Our 100% grass-fed whey protein comes from pasture raised dairy cows that eat a nutrient rich, diverse diet of grasses, which creates a higher concentration of vitamins, minerals, and other beneficial nutrients. Keep in mind, USDA regulations permit 100% organic animals to be fed a diet consisting of corn, soy, and other fillers and there is no guarantee that an organic animal did not live the majority of its life in a confined space.; PURE PROVISIONS: Levels Whey Protein is made in the U.S.A. and goes through rigorous testing to meet the highest quality standards. Our paleo and keto friendly whey is gluten free, soy free, antibiotic free, rGBH/rBST hormone free, and contains no artificial flavors, no so-called "natural flavors”, no artificial sweeteners and no GMOs.; SUPERIOR STANDARDS: Levels Whey Protein is undenatured and undergoes cold process micro-filtration to protect bioactivity and naturally occurring growth factors. Our whey is never bleached and contains no fillers.; MIXES INSTANTLY: Our whey protein is blended with less than 1% non-gmo sunflower lecithin for added nutrition and so your protein will mix instantly. Try it in a shake, smoothie bowl, oatmeal, cookies, pancakes or your own homemade bars.

User reviews

Been drinking protein powders for years now. I was always thinking that my result,or lack there of, in the gym were my fault. But I recently read an article exposing the truth about commercial protein powders and what's in them as well as what's not in them. Organic Whey from grass fed cows is the way to go. After hours browsing and searching, I came across this company. I read through the reviews and was impressed by what others were saying,plus the short list of ingredients, the impressive amino acid profile, and the price fit into my budget. So far, I'm really happy with the powder,it mixes easily and seems to work great. I had some in my breakfast oatmeal before going to the gym. I didn't experience any bloating or jitters from the sugar in my old powders. I ordered the Chocolate Cocoa,but I received the Unflavored. Frankly, I don't have time for returning and waiting for a re order so I just decided to go for it. I mix mine with coffee and in my breakfast oatmeal and so far the taste isn't bad.I'll just have to get creative. The company compensated me with 15% off my next order. I like having piece of mind knowing I'm actually getting what I paid for. Looking forward to better results in the gym too.
Most reading this review will understand there is no shortage of great-tasting whey proteins on the market. This is no exception, the chocolate mocha flavor tastes great and easily mixes in water.I use it both as a protein supplement during the day alongside meals, and as a post-workout supplement. Usually between 2-3 servings per day.What separates levels from the rest of the pack is the grass-fed sourcing. There's growing evidence that increasing the dietary intake ratio of omega-3 : omega-6 fatty acids is beneficial in both cardiovascular health as well as providing anti-inflammatory benefit. From an athletes perspective, sourcing post-training whey from grass fed sources not only promotes protein synthesis and muscle repair from the whey, but also promotes recovery due to the added benefit of omega-3s.The short ingredient list and no added-sugar or artificial sweeteners also seal the deal. Especially for the price, can't find a better protein on the market.
I switched from Naked Whey. Naked Whey was good too, but a bit expensive so I was looking for more affordable ones, then I saw this. I mix it with Almond milk and it tastes good. I do not like fake sugar ones. There are ones sweetened with natural stuff like stevia, but those tend to be overly sweet. If I want it sweeter, I will add sugar or something by myself. I don't know why they over do it, but this product is not overly sweet. So if you want something natural and less sweet, you might like it.For some reason, some flavors like Strawberry Banana will come in with zip-lock style bag. Personally, I like the hard container so I hope they will change it. One time the bag was busted open when it came in and it was messy...and returning it was annoying.
This review is for Levels 5lbs unflavored whey protein. Obviously, an unflavored protein will not taste like anything except whey, so don't expect a vanilla milkshake when you make a shake with this. Put some honey or maple syrup in it, folks. Most people reviewing this product have said how great it is, and for the most part I agree with them. I decided to give this product a try after many faithful purchasing cycles of NorCal organic whey, which, as far as I know, is the best whey on the market. It just got too expensive after a while, but it is significantly better than this whey. The value of this product is where is earns its 3 stars, the quality is where it loses its last two. Compared to better whey proteins (raw, organic, and grass-fed), this has a noticeable chemical taste to it, almost as if they included fake vanilla flavoring. This bothers me greatly and makes me suspect other things about the advertised quality of the product (like whether it's truly grass-fed and how it's processed). Like if you go so far beyond organic, why not just get the USDA certification? It's suspicious.That being said, it mixes very well and certainly doesn't taste bad, and it's hard to beat 5lbs for the same price as a 2lb bag of other, better proteins. All in all, it's way cheaper, but it's a definite step down in quality. I would never dream of putting something like Gold Standard or Nitro Tech in my body, but buying the best of the best can't always be done either. I'm definitely settling for less, but it could be much worse.
I'm really happy with this whey protein. The flavor and consistency are far superior to some of the other plant-based protein powders I had been using in order to avoid dairy. At the end of the day, I chose to go back to whey based on its benefits, and chose Levels because it is grass fed, which you can tell because it has that unctuous flavor that grass fed products have. The chocolate mocha flavor is delicious and mixes well with 12 oz of unsweetened almond milk. You can't beat the price point, either. I will continue to purchase this product and would definitely recommend!
This protien powder is absolutely amazing. It's one of the very few that doesnt have a ton of extra junk in it and the milk comes from grass fed cows. The taste is great and not overly sweet like most protien powders. The only downside for me has been that it doesn't I particularly well by spoon. In a blender or shaker cup it's mixes great but by spoon not so much. I can confidently say that this is one of the best protien powders currently on the market.
Recently my 13 year old has shown interest in protein powders, but thankfully he trusts that I will shop for the safest and cleanest protein powder for him. Just before this I bought another brand and now switched to this after viewing the ingredients. He mixes his with raw milk frozen bananas and various other combinations. He is still testing different combinations for adding variety to his morning smoothie. It keeps him going till lunch time. As of now we are satisfied customers and may choose to buy them again because we like ingredients to be as natural as possible.


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Bob Rickman
Bob Rickman is a professional fitness trainer and gym instructor and he typically does the following: Demonstrates how to carry out various exercises and routines. Watches clients do exercises and show or tell them correct techniques to minimize injury and improve fitness. Gives alternative exercises during workouts or classes for different levels of fitness and skill. Monitors clients’ progress and adapt programs as needed. Explains and enforce safety rules and regulations on sports, recreational activities, and the use of exercise equipment. Gives clients information or resources about nutrition, weight control, and lifestyle issues. Gives emergency first aid if needed. On his free time he's working as an independent writer and reviewer in close collaboration with FitnessReport.com

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