Designer Whey Protein Supplement Review
A week ago I had lap-band surgery which means that for the last week all my meals have been protein shakes. I want to start out by telling everyone that for the first time in decades I can honestly say, “I am full.” ?Why? I’m sure it has something to do with the procedure, but I am also sure it has a lot to do with Designer Whey Protein Supplement. In my first week post-surgery, I logged 3.8 pounds of body fat loss–not bad for an old lady who weighed in at 228 and needs to exercise.
I have tried other products before this one. They were good. Now I am no expert, BUT Designer Whey is better. As I’m losing the pounds, my family has not heard my constant whining, “I’m hungry,” and that matters as much to them as it does to me. I know that it has decreased my appetite. I suspect that it has increased my metabolism. Previous to this I was tired and fatigued. Now I have strength and lots of energy.
Before buying the product, I decided to do some research on it. Designer Whey now has 95% isolate content. It comes from cow’s milk and is a byproduct of cheese making. ? ? I have been using the two pound size, which has 34 servings per container. A four pound container and a 17 ounce container also are available. Counting calories, I really appreciate its 100 calories, 18 grams protein, and 3 grams carbohydrates per serving.
Designer Whey Protein Supplement is available in a variety of flavors including Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla Praline and Chocolate Caramel Peanut. Flavors are available in 12.7 oz (13 servings), 2 lb (34 serving) and 4.4 lb. (76 servings) containers. Products can be purchased online and in stores across the nation.