AllMax Nutrition AllWhey is a protein powder which my gym recently got in stock for their juice bar. I routinely purchase protein drinks at my gym post-workout, and sometimes during my workouts too. I feel that it is important to fill the anabolic window 15 minutes immediately post-workout and I do so routinely via protein shakes at my gym. AllMax AllWhey appears to meet my standard in a protein powder with 130 calories of protein per serving with 25 of those calories coming from protein directly.
I have tried both the vanilla and strawberry flavour AllWhey protein flavours and I like both of them. I routinely use the vanilla flavour and my shakes are prepared by mixing one scoop of the powder with orange juice and ice which tastes similar to an orange creamsicle. I also tried the strawberry flavour and the shake tasted just as good. I have not tried the protein powder in any other way, but I would imagine it would be equally as good when consumed in any other fashion (with milk or water for example).
My shakes are mixed in a blender and they have always mixed no problem, with no clumps of inconsistencies in the blend. I have always enjoyed the consistency of the AllMax shakes.
I have been drinking AllMax shakes consistently now over the last month and have had no problems whatsoever with their digestibility. I should point out that I almost never have any problem with digesting any type of food, and supplements are no exception, and neither is the AllMax protein powder, which has so far proven to be very good in this category.
This protein powder has passed my tests and I continue to drink them post-workout at my gym as I described above. For those wishing to determine if this protein powder is right for them to include in their nutrition programs, I would advise you to click the link below and further explore the cost effectiveness and nutritional content of this mix and decide if they feel it is a good one or not. I do not have any negative things to say about this protein as I deem it to be quite good.