I’m starting out the week with something new. I just received a canister of ‘No Bull Protein Powder’ from Raw Barrel. I mixed a couple of scoops with my post workout formula this morning, and would like to share my experience.
Granted, this is based on my first time trying No Bull Protein Powder. But I can usually tell almost immediately if it’s going to be for me or not (as you know, the proteins that don’t work for us send us racing to the bathroom).
No Bull Protein Powder = No Fillers, No Additives
You can see on the front of the container under ‘No Bull Protein Powder’ where it says No Fillers, No Additives. This is attractive to me, and it should be to you. So many supplements out there are loaded with all kinds of crap, half of which I can’t pronounce.
The No Bull Protein label is simple and clear-cut with 20 grams of protein per serving, 2 grams of fat, and 2 grams of carbohydrates.
Here’s some other facts from the label:
- 100% natural whey protein
- Lab tested for quality and purity
- Made in the USA
- Dissolves easily
My No Bull Protein Experience
The biggest thing for me is how I feel after I drink a protein shake. With No Bull Protein Powder, there was no stomach pains or cramps that some protein powders can cause.
I also pay close attention to how I feel about an hour after I eat or have a shake. I didn’t feel bloated and I had a lot of natural energy. Pretty much everything I would expect from a quality whey product.
This was my first time every trying an unflavored protein powder. So I’ll leave taste out of this review. However, my post workout shake tasted better than usual! It was more of a natural flavor.
Here’s my No Bull Protein post workout shake:
- 6 ounces of Coconut Milk
- 1 Banana
- 1/2 cup of frozen dark berries
- 2 scoops of No Bull protein powder
Again, this No Bull Protein Powder review is based on my first day trying it. I’ll be writing a full written and video review once I’ve been on it for a couple of weeks.
About Raw Barrel
Raw Barrel is new to me. I literally discovered them about a week ago. From what I’ve read, Raw Barrel prides themselves on purity and simplicity. This is something that’s been lacking in the performance enhancing supplement industry for a while.
Along with the No Bull Protein Powder, I also have a canister of Raw Barrel No Bull Glutamine Powder. I’ll be taking that at night this week, so stay tuned for my updates on that product.
Trying New Protein Powders
It’s not that often that I try a new protein powder. Whey protein is one of those supplements that once you find something that works for you, it’s best to stick with it.
Iv’e found that many, including myself, can have a sensitive stomach towards whey protein powders. The one thing that concerned me about No Bull Protein Powder was there’s no digestive enzymes or probiotic formula (hence no additives). Although I like to see this included in proteins, it appears it’s not necessary with this product; at least not for me.
I’ll be writing more thoughts on No Bull Protein Powder. This is a small container (18 servings) so I’ll more than likely go through this within a week, as I typically do about 2-3 shakes per day.
Train with Passion,