ANS Performance N-Whey: ANS Performance N-Whey is the brands version of a 3-way protein source that has become popular in the industry. This product is designed to conquer your muscles building and fitness goals by delivering an extremely powerful protein formula for any situation that you may have.
ANS Performance N-Whey is one of the highest qualities according to the brand. They use only microfiltered, high biologically available proteins to maximize and individuals benefits. Each scoop is packed with 22 grams of protein that will mix easily and also taste great. To maximize your efforts in the gym the brands says you need an adequate protein source and this product will deliver that.
ANS Performance N-Whey looks to be an awesome all-around protein source for anybody who well needs protein. If this product taste as good as it looks you will simply not be disappointed. We can’t wait to give it a good to see what we think of it.
- 1 Scoop (31g)
Servings per Container
- Milk Chocolate
- Creamy Vanilla
- Cookies & Cream
Directions:USING A SHAKER: Fill your shaker with 8 oz of cold water. Add 1 scoop of powder. Put the lid on tightly & swirl contents slowly before shaking vigorously for 15 seconds. For a thinner shake, try using 10-12 oz of water per scoop of protein. STIR IN A GLASS: Fill your glass with 8 oz of cold water. Add 1 scoop of powder & mix contents in glass slowly with a spoon before stirring vigorously for 15 seconds.MIX IN A BLENDER: Fill your blender with 8 oz of cold water. Add 1 scoop of powder & blend for 15 seconds. For a thinner shake, try using 10-12 oz of water per scoop.
- Calories 130
- Calories From Fat 15
- Total Fat 2g 3% of DV
- Saturated Fat 1g 5% of DV
- Cholesterol 60mg 20% of DV
- Sodium 140mg 6% of DV
- Total Carbohydrate 6g 2% of DV
- Dietary Fiber 1g 4g of DV
- Sugar 2g
- Protein 22g 44% of DV
- Calcium 114mg 11% of DV
- Potassium 250mg 3% of DV
Additional Ingredients: N-Whey Protein Complex
- Whey Protein Concentrate, Whey Protein isolate, Hydrolyzed Whey protein
Percent of daily values (DV) are based on a 2,000-calorie diet.