It’s a decent whey protein which covers all bases – 25 grams of protein and 4 grams of BCAA’s with a relatively low 7 grams of carbs and 2.5 grams of fat per serving. This is a decent nutritional profile, but there are better options available for an equivalent or lower price.
On the other hand, some of the newer whey blends from Body Fortress are known to taste rather bad and don’t mix very well. Body Fortress Whey Protein tends to clump up if you mix it in a shaker, and foams up a lot if you use a blender.
Body Fortress Whey Protein may seem affordable at roughly $20 for 2lbs, it’s actually not when you compare it per serving to many other high end whey protein supplements like Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard or BSN Syntha 6.
You’d be paying roughly $50 for 5lbs of Body Fortress, where you can get much higher quality from Gold Standard 100% Whey for only a few dollars more.
If you need a cheap whey protein and can find it on sale in find a flavor you like, then Body Fortress would be a good choice. Otherwise, you might as well order one of higher quality like Syntha 6 or Gold Standard Whey.
Overall, Body Fortress Whey Protein is not a bad whey protein supplement by any means. It covers everything you need and will work just fine whether your overall goal is to gain muscle or lose fat. It’s easily accessibly from your local Walmart and is relatively cheap, but again there are better choices for the same amount of money.
*Note: On the label of Body Fortress Whey Protein, it states 60g of protein and 8g of BCAA’s. Reading the fine print though, this is for two servings (2 scoops). You probably won’t need that much protein in one sitting. A little misleading, but just a heads up.?>