Full Combat Protein Combat Powder Reviews
24 Grams Of Sustained Amino Acid Release Protein Blend!*View Product Info
Among the different powders I've tried lately, this is one of the best I've found until now, for a decent price and nice flavour. I have already gained over 10 pounds of muscle in a couple of months, along with some fat loss as well. I usually use the mix to complete protein intake in breakfast, as a mid-morning snack and before and after workout (with dextrose). I reccomend it.
May 19, 2011
Even as a complete protein, it's got a ton of stuff you wouldn't find in most other products marketed to the same niche. The 5g of dietary fiber, protease and lactase blend, CLA and Omega 3s (first protein product I've seen with these inside) add in for a decently unique blend. The protein itself is a mix of both WPC and WPI, along with some amount of casein, egg isolate, and milk concentrate. Downfalls include the high calorie count at 190--although this is certainly attributable to the non-protein additions--with 60 calories coming from fat (however, only 1g of saturated fat out of the 7g total). It didn't mix very well with a shaker bottle either, leaving miniature clods at the bottom for me to chew through. Relative to Gaspari's Myofusion, the taste itself is average at best, the chocolate tasting at first like hot cocoa mix at first, but quickly turning into something obviously synthetic. As a complete protein I'd recommend it if you can stand the calories and taste.
Dec 6, 2009