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NutriFitt puts a whole host of premium extras in its protein powder debut Epic Whey

Nutrifitt Epic Whey

The category of protein powder is one of the most crowded in the sports nutrition industry, but it is most definitely an essential type of supplement and one of the most commonly used, and it is a business that the team at NutriFitt is tackling here in the first month of the year. The reputable brand has revealed and released Epic Whey, and it does do a few things differently from its many competitors giving you a lean and balanced nutrition profile in combination with a handful of extras to complement the main purpose.

NutriFitt’s Epic Whey protein powder delivers on the macro side by way of 25g of protein from a blend of whey isolate, whey concentrate, and egg white protein, a lean single gram of carbohydrates, all of that sugar, 2g of fat, and a reasonable calorie count of 125. As mentioned, there are some added features in the supplement to help separate it from other entries in the category, including the premium enzyme blend DigeSEB, PeptizymeSP serratiopeptidase, and HemiSEB to improve digestion and absorption, and for gut and immune health, there is ProbioSEB Duo, which is a probiotic combination of SEBtilis and SEBiotic.

That sizeable selection of premium components certainly pushes Epic Whey above the immense competition in the world of protein powder, and as prominent as that side of the supplement is, plus the reliable nutrition profile, NutriFitt has also put plenty of effort into the taste. The brand has released the product in four flavors with Triple Chocolate Brownie, an intriguing twist on vanilla with Vanilla Bourbon, a classic Chocolate Peanut Butter, and Slappin’ Snickerdoodle, all available at at $44.99 for a tub of 25 servings.