This is one of the cleanest isolates on the market!
ISO Whey Zero is a popular whey protein isolate powder from the Hungarian based company, Biotech USA. It doesn’t have quite the following or popularity that other isolates such as ON Gold Standard Isolate or EHP Isopept have, but it’s certainly in the same league as them.
I’ve been consuming ISO Whey Zero regularly over the last 6 months and I’d be pretty confident in saying it’s now made its way into my top 3 list. Especially the amazing white chocolate flavour.
ISO Whey Zero Nutritional Information
Let’s start with the basics and take a look at the nutritional details that make up ISO Whey Zero.
The ideal serving size is 25 grams which will give you the following:
Calories: 94kcal / 400kj
At 85.6% protein per serve it sits pretty much in line with the 85-65% average for many comparable products available within Australia.
Mixability Of ISO Whey Zero
How well does it mix?
I love that this has become such a sought after answer for so many protein powders. After all, how well a powder mixes with water or milk determines how enjoyable they are to drink. Even though everyone has their own preference, it’s still worth looking at.
From my experience, ISO Whey Zero is one of the best when it comes to mixability. I’m probably a good case study for this too, since I like a really rich flavour. So I usually mix 2 scoops with about 180ml of water in a shaker and, without a shaker ball, it mixes perfectly with just a few solid shakes.
This has been the case for each of the flavours I’ve tried which includes white chocolate, vanilla, hazelnut, vanilla-cinnamon roll and chocolate.
And if you’re wondering, it also mixes really well in a bowl of hot oats.
At the time of writing this, ISO Whey Zero is available in 17 flavours, although the few suppliers in Australia who stock them only seem to carry 8-10 of the flavours. So, with all of these choices, there should be something for everyone.
Here’s the full list of flavours:
- White Chocolate
- Lemon Cheesecake
- Apricot Yoghurt
- Cookies & Cream
- Vanilla Cinnamon Roll
- Berry Brownie
- Salted Caramel
- Black Biscuit
Personally, white chocolate is my favourite, closely followed by vanilla cinnamon roll. I wouldn’t say that it’s a super close match to the taste of white chocolate, but it does have a really creamy texture and the sweetness of white chocolate.
I love that ISO Whey Zero is available in a handful of different sizes. It makes it easy to give multiple flavours a try without having to commit to a large tub.
The 2 primary sizes are:
– 36 serves / 908g
– 90 serves / 2.27kg
Additionally, some retailers do also stock the smaller 500g trial size which will give you about 20 servings. This is the perfect size for trying each of the different flavours to find which one you like the most.
ISO Whey Zero Price
And of course, we can’t leave out the price.
ISO Whey comes in at a comparable, and often more affordable price than some of the more popular competitors available within Australia. The average prices are as follows:
- 500g Bag: $49.90
- 908g Tub: $79.90
- 2.27kg Tub: $149.90
Is ISO Whey Zero Gluten Free?
Although the product is gluten free, it is made in a factory that also produces gluten containing food. So it should be safe for most people with a gluten intolerance or who have coeliac disease, but should be avoided if you are extremely sensitive to trace amounts of gluten.
Is ISO Whey Zero vegan?
ISO Whey is made with Whey which is protein isolated from cow’s milk. This makes it unsuitable for vegans but is a good vegetarian option.
Is ISO Whey Zero lactose free?
ISO Whey Zero is considered to be lactose free as it contains <0.1g lactose/100ml. This should be fine unless you’re extremely sensitive to lactose.
Does ISO Whey Zero contain BCAAs?
There are 4,489mg of BCAAs in each 25mg serve of ISO Whey which is made up of essential, conditionally essential and nonessential amino acids.
Is ISO Whey Zero sugar free?
The product is labelled as sugar free as it meets the sugar requirement to be labelled as such. There’s <0.5g of sugar per 100ml.