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Australia’s fast-growing Zombie Labs adds an AstraGin-enhanced protein in a huge 12 different flavors

Zombie Labs Musclez Protein Powder

The still relatively new sports nutrition brand Zombie Labs out of Australia has launched its first completely new supplement to complement its original family of a flagship pre-workout, high-stimulant pre-workout, pump-enhancing pre-workout, and a fat burner. Joining that selection this month, in what is still the brand’s first year in business, is a protein powder called Musclez, and it is a little more than your typical competitor.

Zombie Labs’ Musclez comes with 23.1 to 24.7g of protein a serving from a blend of slow to fast-digesting sources, including whey isolate, concentrate, and hydrolyzed whey. It is worth noting the protein is labeled as “dry basis”, so it is slightly higher than what you’ll get scooping it straight from the tub, as explained here. Alongside protein, you have 2.4g of fat, between 3 to 5.5g of carbohydrates, up to 2.7g of sugar, none of it added sugar, and a reasonably lean calorie range from 129 up to 134.

Zombie Labs Musclez Label

To make Musclez protein powder a little different, Zombie Labs has enhanced the supplement with the premium DigeZyme enzyme blend for better digestion and an effective 50mg of AstraGin to improve protein absorption by a substantial 43%. The product is also hitting the market in significantly more flavors than your typical chocolate and vanilla, with an incredible 12 options on the menu, ranging from traditional tastes to unique recipes.

Zombie Labs’ list of flavors for its protein powder debut, Musclez, includes Chocolate Milk, Vanilla Ice Cream, Creamy Caramel Popcorn, Banana Ice Cream, Iced Coffee, Caramel Biscuit, Cereal Milk, Chocolate Honeycomb, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Strawberry Milkshake, Cookies ‘N Cream, and Peanut Butter Cookie. The supplement is rolling out to retailers across Australia and New Zealand in tubs of 28 servings at around $74.95 (49.05 USD).