EAS Whey Protein Vanilla -- 5 lbs
would be better with stevia instead of sucralose
This product is economical due to the bulk cost. Taste is quite good considering what it is. Vanilla tastes like vanilla. The product truly works, especially if you are used to aches and pains from muscle exertion due to lengthy aerobics or body building, or swimming many laps as is my case. Even a hard physical labor work day doesn't cause extended muscular soreness, if you take this stuff right after it. I would prefer it to be sweetened with a natural herb such as stevia instead of the artificial sweeteners they put in it. Also the corn maltodextrin which may be GMO, probably assists in its reduction of muscle soreness from muscle fatigue. NO product is perfect, but this one actually works. It's not cheap either if you get it in your local store.
October 21, 2013
I'm trying the body-for-life challenge sponsored by EAS, as part of that whole thing you must use 1 EAS product. I chose this one.
It tastes ok when mixed with other things. It mixes in water about the same as other whey protein powders. EAS has a strong brand name. Lots of protein, little fat/carbs.
It's not very good quality. When you can taste the quality difference between it and other powders, that's bad. Read the ingredients, it's really not all that. It also gives me gas, something that hasn't happened with other brands.
I would try a different brand next time.
April 24, 2013
Great product to make smoothies with
Get your protein in a great tasting drink.
January 14, 2013
EAS Whey Protein
Very good quality protein at an affordable cost. My whole family enjoys a delicious "smoothie" from time to time. Blend it up with a banana and strawberries, mix in some yogurt and enjoy!
October 19, 2011
Our favorite protein powder, by far!
Easy, healthy breakfast:
-1 scoop EAS vanilla protein powder
-1 cup frozen mixed berries
-1 T. Udo's Oil or flax oil
-enough cold water to blend
Blend and enjoy.
So good, and so easy! We've tried other protein powders, but we always come back to EAS.
October 13, 2009