AllPro with a 2:1 protein-to-carb ratio comes to the cost-effective AllMax Sport Series

Allmax Nutrition Allpro

Slowly but surely, Canadian company AllMax Nutrition has been building out what it calls its AllMax Sport Series, which is a more cost-effective selection of supplements, just like C4’s similarly named line. It all started with the functional food Protein Snackbar, followed by the gainer AllMass, then the testosterone booster TestoFX costing only $14.99 a bottle, and most recently, the value-focused pre-workout Impact Igniter Sport.

AllMax Nutrition has expanded its cost-effective AllMax Sport Series once again this month, introducing the protein powder AllPro. It is a whey concentrate and milk concentrate-based supplement with maltodextrin also in the mix. AllPro provides a little less than the usual 25g of protein at 20g per serving with a surprising 10g of carbohydrates, 4g of that sugar, 1.5g of fat, and a high calorie count for that much protein at 130.

That nutrition profile is certainly not as lean as most protein powders we see here at Stack3d, especially with that 2:1 protein-to-carbohydrate ratio. AllMax Nutrition’s own Gold AllWhey is a good comparison as a more typical protein powder, as that has 20% more protein at 24g, less than half the carbohydrates at 4g a serving, 2g of fat, and the same calories as AllPro at 130.

AllMax Nutrition’s AllPro still works out to be more cost-effective than any of its other protein powders when comparing price per gram of protein, although it’s actually not far off the brand’s whey isolate ISOFlex. When judging its value based on price per gram, AllPro comes out 3-4% cheaper at $44.99 for a 3.2lbs, so if you’re after a protein powder as a source of protein and nothing else, these are things worth keeping in mind.