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Inside Scoop: Promex ZWhey

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Promex Zwhey was introduced to me by House Atlas during the 6-Week Fundamental program, and in my opinion, it is one of the best tasting whey protein supplements I’ve had. Why?

First, the servings come in sachets, and you purchase based on how many sachets you need. That means you can buy based on what fits your bill. No need to worry about running out of protein by end of the month or having too much that’ll probably expire. It’s pretty convenient. All you got to do is carry few packs with you and tear open one before and after your workouts.

Cat with Zwhey

Another reason to love this brand is how easy it mixes! Most of us who are familiar with protein powders know that some brands are just really stubborn when it comes to mixing them. Having to shake the bottle pretty hard is a great workout for the biceps but I rather have it easy, from mixing to cleaning. The ZWhey does just that.  I’m not sure what’s their magical formula but it hardly clumps up or leaves a stain.

The Promex Zwhey only comes in one flavour at the moment but it’s a flavour that we Malaysians love-Chocolate Malt! It packs 32g of protein per serving, which is plenty compared to most brands out there.

However, since the brand’s fairly new, the effectiveness of the protein is yet to be tested. If you are interested to give it a try, each pack costs only RM 6. Promex Zwhey also comes in a pouch size that has 25 servings (priced at RM 158). You can get them both at House Atlas or contact Promac at enquiry@promac.com.my.

Zwhey Ingredients

Pros:zwhey pouch

  • Packs a whopping 32g of whey protein per serving
  • Tastes great
  • No bloating and mixes easy
  • Affordable since it could be bought according to the serving size you need or can afford
  • No tub means it’s easy to carry around and saves space

Cons:

  • Yet to be widely available
  • Only one flavour at the moment
  • Efficiency yet to be tested
  • Pouch is pricey

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