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Isolate blend meets weight loss in Chaos and Pain’s newest protein innovation

Chaos And Pain Cannibal Inferno Whey

Chaos and Pain has been busy these past few weeks; in fact, just yesterday, we shared its daily-style, value-focused pre-workout Cannibal Taipan, with a simple set of ingredients and light to moderate dosages at 30 servings per tub and a price of $29.95. Ending the week for the hardcore supplement company is another protein powder, something we’ve seen a lot of from Chaos and Pain recently, and the difference on this one is that it’s a hybrid type protein product.

Cannibal Inferno Whey is Chaos and Pain’s newest gift to the category of protein powder, coming with a blend of whey isolate and hydrolyzed whey to provide 25g of protein per serving alongside 5g of carbohydrates, under a gram of that sugar, 1.5g of fat, and 130 calories. Adding a fat-burning side to the supplement and following through on the “Inferno” part of the title, are a couple of components in MCTs, carnitine tartrate, CLA, and Fibersol-2 soluble corn fiber.

Chaos and Pain has launched Cannibal Inferno directly through its website in the one flavor, and that appears to be another great feature of the product, as it comes in Lemon Meringue Madness, and for an authentic taste, the powder is full of actual lemon chips. The protein innovation is quite expensive compared to a similar-sized tub of an isolate blend and even some of the other hybrid supplements out there, sitting at a discounted $59.99 for a 2lb tub of 26 servings.