Dymatize ISO100 Hydrolyzed Protein Powder, 100% Whey Isolate Protein, 25g of Protein, 5.5g BCAAs, Gluten Free, Fast Absorbing, Easy Digesting,…

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  • Dymatize ISO100 Fruity Pebbles Protein Powder (20 Servings)
  • Scientifically formulated with fast-digesting hydrolyzed whey protein isolate. If your goal is gains in muscle size and strength, ISO100 is your perfect partner
  • 25 grams of protein, which includes 5.5 grams of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), & 2.6 grams of Leucine per serving
  • Zero grams of fat and less than 1 gram of sugar per serving.
  • Easy on the stomach and gluten free, with less than 0.5g of Lactose; sweeteners like sucralose, steviol glycosides are present

3 reviews for Dymatize ISO100 Hydrolyzed Protein Powder, 100% Whey Isolate Protein, 25g of Protein, 5.5g BCAAs, Gluten Free, Fast Absorbing, Easy Digesting,…

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  1. Nicholas Carter

    Dymatize ISO100 has hands down become my go-to protein powder. I have now tried 9 flavors, they are (in no particular order):

    – Chocolate Caramel
    – Chocolate Peanut Butter
    – Cinnamon Bun
    – Cocoa Pebbles
    – Cookie and Cream
    – Fudge Brownie
    – Gourmet Chocolate
    – Gourmet Vanilla
    – Strawberry

    There are really four main factors that matter to me in a protein powder; How well does it mix, What’s actually in it, how much does it cost, and the most important factor of all, taste.

    1) How well does it mix:
    It mixes great, zero complaints on this front. It borderline mixes too well. I typically have my protein in one of two ways; a shaker bottle with a metal shaker, mixed with water or milk, or a protein shake/smoothie mixed in a ninja blender. In both situations, I have zero issues with the mix. Never comes out clumpy or lumpy. Some of the flavors mix so well they come out very foamy (more so than other powders) and I actually have to wait a bit so I’m not just drinking bubbles.

    2) What’s in it?:
    I am not a supplement expert, but Dymatize’s ISO100 has significantly less cholesterol than a lot of competitors, and that’s good enough for me. This factor matters the least to me, I don’t look too much into ingredient labels, but heart disease does run in my family, so avoiding unnecessary cholesterol, which is common in a lot of powders, is a big plus.

    3) Cost:
    I think the price is exceptional for the product. Sometimes there will be great deals here on Amazon for specific flavors. I will get to it in the next section, but even though I do not think Dymatize has the hands-down best flavors, for the cost I couldn’t be happier.

    4) Taste:
    THE BIG ONE!!! Gourmet Chocolate is without question my absolute favorite chocolate flavored protein powder. Totally subjective obviously, but I don’t think anything else even really comes close, and I’ve tried a pretty extensive selection of chocolates. For a reference point that a lot of people can relate to, I do not like Optimum Nutrition’s chocolate at all, I think it’s pretty disgusting.

    I am giving an overall rating of 4 stars because aside from gourmet chocolate and cookies and cream, I do not think any of the other flavors I’ve tried are out of this world. Look above for the list of all the chocolate variants I’ve had. I won’t bother buying any of them again, because the gourmet chocolate is just plain better than all of the others. The flavor difference is minimal enough that I don’t care for them to add variety, but big enough that I see no reason to waiver from the king.

    Chocoloate Peanut Butter is an outlier on the chocolates, It’s really good too, BUT when I want a chocolate peanut butter flavor, I think it tastes way better to just use gourmet chocolate, and then add a tablespoon or two of peanut butter powder, like PB Fit. It’s a small amount more calories for a lot more protein and a much less artificial flavor.

    Cookies and Cream is my second favorite. It’s also super delicious. Now that I’ve experimented with most of the flavors, I will probably just be buying cookies and cream and gourmet chocolate, so that I don’t get bored of one.

    Gourmet vanilla and cinnamon bun are fine. If you really like those flavors I have no complaints.

    Strawberry I could not get to taste good in a smoothie. Just wouldn’t sit right with me. Mixed with just almond milk it’s pretty yummy though. I got pretty tired of this flavor pretty fast and will likely not buy it again. I’m generally not crazy about fruit flavored protein powders though.

    So, I didn’t give 5 stars because not every flavor is my favorite. What is you might ask? I really love Ghost Protein. I think they have the best flavors if you want 3 or more choices. Their coffee flavor is my favorite protein of all time. BUT, Ghost is a lot more expensive. The ISO100 makes me a lot happier when I remember I’m spending quite a bit less per scoop (I usually buy the 3 lb tubs of ISO100, which is obviously cheaper per oz). It just comes down to price to performance, and right now ISO100 wins it for me. I still buy Ghost from time to time because I like it so much.

    Just for funsies here is my fairly generic protein smoothie I have almost every morning for my breakfast.

    1 scoop of either Gourmet Chocolate -or- Cookies and Cream ISO100.
    3/4 cup milk
    2 tablespoons peanut butter powder (I like PB Fit)
    1 whole frozen banana
    1/4-1/2 cup frozen black coffee ice cubes (you can of course just use regular ice cubes)

    About 35-40g of protein for a 350-400 calorie smoothie that tastes BANGIN.

    If you try it out, blend the milk, PB powder, and protein together first. Then add the coffee ice cubes and blend for 30 seconds to a minute. Then add the banana and blend to desired thickness, another 30 seconds – 1 minute. If you try to do it all at once, there are too many cold ingredients and the protein and PB powder won’t blend as well as it normally would otherwise.


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  2. Ryan L

    So I have used ON Extreme Chocolate for years and bought this on a whim just looking on reviews online. I kind of wanted to try something different mainly to add more flavor to my breakfast of overnight oats and my dessert which is kind of like a milkshake but just with almond milk, frozen bananas, and protein powder.

    I got the gourmet chocolate flavor to start based on a review I saw here who also mentioned mostly using ON before this brand. As soon as I got it in I gave it a taste test and it was the best protein powder I have had. I actually ended up ordering a second flavor after giving this a taste. I was pretty excited to try it with my breakfast this morning, but wondered if the flavor wouldn’t come through as much with oats and chia seeds mixed in. It totally did and I am pretty pumped. I could probably even use less than a scoop with how strong the flavor is.

    The only issue is the price as it is fairly expensive for what you get. I do think it will be worth it, so for now I will stick with it. There are places that run sales but most things seem to be sold out at the moment.

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  3. Alex Hawkins

    Barney Rubble should be jealous Bam-Bam doesn’t have cereal named after him, or if he does I know for gosh darn
    (keeping it Pg-13 for this review)
    certain it’s not this scrum-diddly-iscious!

    It makes you want to throw it up
    (not like a gangsta/rapper with gang signs) just so you can taste it again…

    Okay maybe not THAT extreme but maybe a burp you enjoy or something. I probably wouldn’t recommend the other end since I’m 0 for ♾ for good smelling butt burps.

    Anyways before I get too far away from the topic at hand, this tastes 99% like the cereal. I’m being super-duper cereal when I say this
    (Any Southpark/Al Gore fans in here? No? Me neither… 🤥 )

    It mixes extremely easy even with a straw or spoon you can mix it to basically completely clump free and no powder islands floating around your cup/blender. As several others have stated it does seem a bit on the low side as far as amount of protein powder in the tub when first opened, looks like 2/3 empty almost but I know they sell by weight of everything not amount of contents filled.

    So that’s the only thing I have a gripe about but the price point isn’t bad at all considering the competition and compare equally to other brands and some are more than double the price point!

    I completely forgot to mention specifically but I’m sure you have guessed by now that I got the fruity pebbles flavor. Heard some good things about the chocolate flavors that Dymatize has to offer so might have to get one of each as I run out of the prior flavor.

    I give it two (out of 2) enthusiastic thumbs up 👍🏼 👍🏼

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