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Designer Whey Protein Blitz RTD

Protein Blitz Review

If I had to use one word to describe the Designer Whey Protein Blitz, it would be "Awesome Taste!" Okay, that would be two words, but my point is clear that this is one awesome tasting protein drink. Like other Designer Whey protein supplements, this is a nice protein drink that delivers fantastic taste. If you've read our reviews of other Designer Whey supplements such as their whey isolate, the common theme you'll notice is great tasting protein drinks. No, I'm not paid to pump and hype Designer proteins - although I'd happily take a year's supply of these protein blitz drinks as compensation if it appears to be what I am doing. =) However, our goal has always been to remain independent and free from manufacturer influence, and when we do receive sample products for reviews, we make the appropriate disclosures.

Disclosure: For full disclosure, I must mention that I was contacted by a representative of Designer Whey Protein regarding their product line. A request for reviews was made, and I was happy to oblige. Please note, however, no payment or compensation was received in any way, and you can be sure that this review, like all other reviews on the site, are free from bias and free from manufacturer influence. For this review, I received three (3) 591ml (20oz) bottles of the Protein Blitz drink - one of each flavor of grape, punch, and orange mango.

Designer Whey Protein Blitz Ingredients   

This delicious protein drink comes with 30 grams of protein (sip.... ahhhh, good stuff!) containing all whey protein isolate. In fact, Protein Blitz is similar to their Designer Whey Isolate powder, except in this case, it is a ready to drink (RTD) - no mixing and no shaking, just convenience and great taste. Because it is a whey protein isolate drink, Protein Blitz is lactose free, and should be well tolerated by individuals that may have some problems with lactose. Because Protein Blitz is a whey isolate RTD, it also costs a bit more compared to similar whey isolate powder supplements. Below is a list of Protein Blitz ingredients:

Serving Size1Bottle(591mL)
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calories 120
Total Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 3mg 1%
Sodium 45mg 2%
Potassium 140mg 4%
Total Carbohydrate 1g 1%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 1g
Protein 30g 60%
Calcium 15%
Iron 3%
Magnesium 9%
Not a significant source of Fat Calories, Saturated Fat, Trans Fat, Vitamin A, and Vitamin C.
* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Purified Water, Whey Protein Isolate, Phosphoric Acid, Citric Acid, Natural Grape Flavor, Sucralose, Potassium Benzoate, FD&C Red #40
Contains Milk.

Each serving of Protein Blitz offers 30 grams of whey protein isolate, no fat, 1 gram of carbohydrates, and a whole lot of great flavors. Each serving also contains 7.8grams of BCAA's. As we already mentioned, because it is an RTD, and a whey protein isolate, Protein Blitz costs quite a bit more than regular whey protein powders. For example, a typical well priced whey protein concentrate might cost you around $0.50 per serving, and even a serving of whey protein isolate powder would cost you just around $1.00 or slightly less. Protein Blitz costs roughly $3.00 per serving. However, comparing protein blitz to other supplements of the same protein RTD category, its cost is not all that different where RTD protein drinks typically run in the range of $2.50 to a little over $3.00 per serving. I guess that's what you pay for convenience in a bottle.


My Protein Blitz Review

For the requested review, I received three bottles of Protein Blitz - one of each flavor. I only wish they had sent more. Like I mentioned already, protein blitz is very similar to the Designer Whey Isolate powder with similarly great tasting flavors. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find Designer Whey Isolate 2lb tubs anywhere. So instead, I ended up buying a few more bottles of the RTD Protein Blitz.

Protein Blitz  comes in three flavors: grape, punch, and orange mango. Having tried all three flavors and having a personal bias toward orange flavors, I ordered more of the orange mango flavor.

Grape - this flavor was delicious! It tastes just like grape. It has a light taste, and it is very refreshing.

Punch - the punch flavor was also very tasty, but I liked the grape and the orange mango flavors better. This was also very refreshing, light tasting, and the best thing about these drinks is that if I didn't know any better, I wouldn't known I'm drinking a protein shake. It's just like a fruit juice!

Orange mango - I got one word to describe it. Awesome! This is the best flavor of all 3 that I tried. Partly probably because I have a personal preference for orange and mango flavors, but it just tastes really good. It's very refreshing, just like the other flavors, and a very good tasting fruit juice... er, I mean protein drink. (Update: I don't know what happened to the orange mango flavor, I just can't seem to find it anywhere. Perhaps they discontinued this flavor? If they did, that's a shame, because this was absolutely the best flavor.)

The common characteristics of these protein drinks is that they're all very refreshing, and tastes just like fruity drinks. They're excellent for drinking during your workouts, or right after your workouts. I highly recommend drinking it cold, and keeping it refrigerated. I should mention here that your taste buds will probably dance to a different tune than my taste buds - so that although I thoroughly enjoyed the taste of Designer Whey Protein Blitz, not everyone will enjoy it to the same degree as I do.