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Pure Label Nutrition Grass Fed Whey Review — Can Unflavored Whey Be Tasty?


In their own words, Pure Label Nutrition was founded “by two fitness pros who were tired of low quality, over marketed and over hyped supplements that did not deliver.” Based in Arizona, their line of supplements includes everything from krill oil to fat burners.We decided to try their unflavored, grass-fed whey called Pure Whey. It’s sourced from dairy farms in California and contains no artificial flavors or sweeteners. In fact, it doesn’t even contain natural flavors or sweeteners â it’s nothing but whey.Pure Label Nutrition Pure Whey Nutrition and IngredientsThere’s just one ingredient: whey concentrate.One scoop provides 122 calories: 24 grams of protein, 1 gram of carbs (1 gram of sugar), and 2.5 grams of fat (1 gram of saturated fat).It’s worth noting that this is relatively high in cholesterol, with one scoop providing 67 milligrams or 22 percent of the RDI.

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