Jay Robb’s Whey Protein claims to use only the highest quality whey protein available, making use of a unique production process that yields a whey protein supplement that actually contains a higher concentration of protein than a regular protein concentrate. On the other hand, is claims to contain immunoglobulins, beta-lactoalbumin, and other immune boosting components. It supposedly contains 25g of protein per serving (a scoop with 30g of whey powder) without any fat, sugar and cholesterol.
This supplement contains a small percentage of calcium providing a scoop roughly 9% of the amount recommended for men and women aged between 19-50 years old. Besides this source of calcium, it doesn’t provide any other mineral or vitamin.
Of the amount of calories provided by this product, it was determined that 94% of the total comes from the protein content and no amount of cholesterol or sugar was indeed detected, supporting its claims. On the other hand, it was determined that fat is indeed present at a quantity of 0.3g per serving, contrary to the claim that none was present.
While containing some label inaccuracies that may be considered misleading to the general consumer, the truth is that this whey supplement does provide an high-quality source of isolate protein. It uses Stevia, which is a natural sweetener that is considered beneficial to regulate glucose levels in the blood (view reference). No other types of artificial sweeteners were used on this product. On the downsides, along with the label issue pointed earlier, the price is also an important factor when protein supplementation is key to reach your daily protein needs. At the time of writing this review, a 24 oz package is currently sold on Amazon for $38, which is, despite its high quality, expensive and might not be suitable for everyone’s pocket.
Video Reviews on This Product
Below you can find a comparison review between this Jay Robb’s Whey Protein and another brand by Alison from the website HealthNutNation.