Muscle Feast Whey Isolate

$79.99 Our Price
5 lbs Size
  • OU-D Kosher Certified



First of all, if you're a person that know how to distinguish BS from products, you're supposed to be deciding between buying the following 4 products here on Amazon: 1) Raw Organic Whey Concentrate - 100% Grass-fed USDA Organic Whey Protein Concentrate 2) Opportuniteas Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder Isolate 3) Grass Fed Whey Protein Isolate - by Muscle Feast [The one I'm reviewing] 4) Antler Farms - 100% Grass Fed New Zealand Whey Protein Isolate Most of all other "whey proteins" are junk!!! Why I need to have in the ingredients things like: added sugars (including stevia, erithritol, all alcohol sugars, etc. ), xanthan gum, artificial or "natural" flavors, sodium chloride (YES!!! a few brands...LOL), tapioca starch, maldodextrin [thickener or filler to increase the volume of a processed food. Usually justified as a preservative but the large amounts used ij some products make obvious their use as a filler!], etc. I personally use the first 3 brands [Raw Organic Whey Protein Concentrate, Opportuniteas Grass Fed Whey Protein Isolate and Muscle Feast Whey Protein Isolate]. For my pre-workout I drink a smoothie with real organic strawberries, organic skim milk, organic non-fat greek yogurt, 1 banana and 1 serving size of Raw Organic Whey Concentrate. Then for my post-workout I drink 1 serving size of Opportuniteas Grass Fed Whey Protein Isolate or Muscle Feast Whey Protein Isolate with water and a serving size of organic oven roast turkey. With that combination and of course with my overall whole foods nutrition I'm doing extremely well during my job hours and during training at the gym!!! I use both, concentrate (I like the extra sugar of milk lactose) and isolate, just to go down to some details of the digestion process but if you need only one protein, just go with isolate. With that said, the only minor inconvenience I found with this product (and also Opportuniteas too) is that it is not organic like the whey concentrate from Raw Organic Whey Concentrate. But the problem is that I cannot find 100% grass-fed USDA Organic Whey Protein Isolate (just whey protein concentrate from RAW Organic Whey). For now, Opportuniteas Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder Isolate and this product are the best whey protein isolate out there. Antler Farms Whey Protein isolate is extremely similar to this product and Opportuniteas, except that it has too much sodium per serving size. For example, Opportuniteas have 40 mg of sodium per serving (30 grams of serving and 27 grams of protein -90% protein) and Antler Farms have 157 mg of sodium (Really!!!!???) per serving (30 grams of serving and 27 grams of protein -90% protein). That is 117 mg of sodium more per serving!!! There is no way I'll buy that. Also, I don't really understand why in this world it has so much sodium compared to the other 3 I use if they only have Whey Protein Isolate and <1% of sunflower lecithin? In overall, stay away of most other brands of "Whey Protein Powders" including Jym Stoppani, Athlean-X, Legion, OPTIMUM NUTRITION GOLD STANDARD, Junk for Life, blahblahblah, etc... LOL They have junk inside!!! [This is my PERSONAL OPINION OF COURSE!!!] Just buy this product, Grass Fed Whey Protein Isolate - by Muscle Feast, Opportuniteas Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder Isolate or Raw Organic Whey (100% Grass-fed USDA Organic Whey Protein Concentrate). Those 3 products are the only ones I use and recommend! Good luck!!! :-) P.S. - I have a similar review on Opportuniteas Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder Isolate product here on AMAZON. As you can appreciate, I recommend 3 differerent products from 3 different companies that are not related! That's because is my personal opinion!


THANKYOU THANKYOU THANKYOU for making this product I cannot be explain how happy and exicited about this produt. Backstory I had been using Optinum Nutirion Whey Isolotes for years now in my breakfast smoothie. Even thought it was a very filling smoothie i used to get hungry very soon after and it used to puzzle me and had a overpowering sugary feeling which was not plesant. Once did my research i found that even though ON Whey had only 2 gm of sugar, it has a whole bunch of Sucralos added which raises the insulin and keep me hungry. Research I was really frustrated as I was not able to find any Whey in market which had no sugar into it. All the ones which even said its "natually flavor" has stevia in which is just awful to taste (for me) and had the same problem of effecting insulin. Finally, i stumbled accross Unflavored Hormone Free Grass Fed Unflavored Whey Protein Isolate and boy was i in luck. Brand New Day To start with just look at the list of its SIMPLE ingredients and has only TWO ( have attached comparison). Taste test, took half tea spoon of it and it was EXACTLY what i expected zero sweet, bland and tasted clean. My morning smoothie taste sooo much better now and i dont feel sick due as the added sweeter is not there. And it keeps me full for a much longer time and i dont have that urge to snak or have earlier lunch. If you really care about your health and keen on having protein suppliment, do youself a favor and get the Unflavored one. You will be surpised to see how much different and lcean this produt is.


I really loved this product and have been buying it for several months. BUT now that the price has raised to $70 it's now priced over some of its competitors that have the same or better purity, myprotein's range of isolates are now a much better value. I'll sadly have to try someone elses offering's. Wish I didn't have to, but the price keeps traveling upwards and I'm not staying with a brand like that.


This product used to be my favorite, but they changed the label, decreased the amount of protein, made it sweeter, increased the serving size, and lowered the BCAAs. Why?


I was excited to try this protein isolate after discovering it had the highest quality rating on of all tested protein powders. However, be warned: The product I received is so sickeningly sweet that I cannot even add 1/4 of a scoop to 8oz of water without finding the flavor offensive, and I typically like my protein shakes sweet; I usually add 1 and 1/2 scoops of Syntha 6 to 8oz of water. I have been trying to work through my 5lb jug of Muscle Feast by adding 1/5 (or less) of a scoop of Muscle Feast plus 1 scoop of Syntha 6 to 8oz of water, but the artificial sweetener is so strong, it cuts through everything else and ruins the flavor. I don't have anything against artificial sweeteners (I regularly drink diet coke and coke zero) but I find the sweetener quantity in this Muscle Feast to be offensive. It's so bad I'm wondering if I received a defective batch.