- Made from grass-fed sourced, GMO-free New Zealand whey
- 24 gram of protein per serving
- Low carbohydrate & low fat
- 6 great tasting gluten-free flavours
- Sucrose free
- Made in New Zealand
Genuine New Zealand Whey
You probably know by now Nutrawhey is made from New Zealand whey. To take it a step further, not all New Zealand made whey proteins are GMO-free and not all of them are harvested only from grass fed source in the crisp and clean South Island. Obviously, ours is all of the above and more. Nutrawhey is instantised for easy mixing and comes in a variety of gluten free flavours as well as Cookies & Cream and our ultrapure RAW version.
Nutrawhey is free of GMOs, hormones, pesticides and chemicals, you can truly enjoy it with confidence.
Superior level of BCAAs
BCAAs are the byproduct of protein breakdown and are well researched for playing a critical process in supporting positive body composition. BCAAs via whey protein supplementation have been proven in numerous clinical trials and scientific studies to increase protein synthesis for muscle building and fat burning. BCAAs also improve muscle recovery time, enhance the immune system, and boost overall fitness performance. (1-5)
Custom gluten-free flavours
Our flavours are top notch and you can be sure to look forward to each and every serving.
Our Cookies and Cream flavour is made with custom Mrs Higgins biscuit crumbs to give you one of the best Cookies & Cream versions around.
Apart from Cookies & Cream, all other flavours are gluten free and our RAW natural version is as clean as it gets.
We currently offer Chocolate, Choc Peanut Butter, Choc Pineapple Lumps, French Vanilla, Strawberry, Banana and Cookies & Cream
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