Is Probiotic Whey Protein Good? What to Buy?

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Probiotica is a company founded in 1986 that operates in the segment of food supplements and presents itself as the leader in the sector in Latin America.

She supports athletes such as Alex dos Anjos, Arnold Classic champion 2013, Diogo Montenegro, Arnold Classic Madrid overall champion of 2014, Juliana Malacarne, Olympia Weekend champion in 2014 and 2015, and Sayuri Torres, Arnold Classic Brazil champion 2015 .

Among the various supplements produced and sold by the brand, is Whey Protein, which is the protein extracted from whey. But is Whey Protein Probiotics good? And how to know which one to buy?

The Whey Protein Probiotic Models 

Before we decide if Whey Protein Probiotics is good, it is important to know that there are several models of the supplement in the line of the brand. The list includes:

  • Pure Whey Black;
  • Isolate 100% Whey;
  • 5 Whey Protein;
  • 3 Whey Protein;
  • Whey Pro2 Hydrolyzed;
  • Iso Pro Whey;
  • 100% Pure Whey;
  • Pro Whey Protein;
  • Hiper Whey;
  • Whey Micellar.

To know which is best to use in each situation or which model is most appropriate for each consumer profile, let us know each of the products listed above a little better:

- Pure Whey Black

It is available in packs of 900 g and 2 kg, in the strawberry and vanilla flavors. It is a protein shake composed of whey concentrate and isolated, with 24 g of proteins in each 30 g portion and high concentration of BCAAs, the so-called branched-chain amino acids. 

The product has low contents of 0.9 g to 1.2 g fats and 2.4 g to 2.7 g carbohydrates per serving. It is a fast absorption supplement, without gluten, but composed of milk and soy derivatives. Among its promised benefits are the greater absorption of nutrients and a distinct flavor. 

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- Isolate 100% Whey

It is the Whey Protein Probiotic alone, that is, a version of whey that must present at least 90% of proteins, have low fats, lactose, cholesterol and carbohydrates and offer a faster absorption than whey concentrate. Available in orange, grape and lemonade flavors, the supplement provides 31 g of protein per serving and is a source of 20 vitamins and minerals. 

- 5 Whey Protein

Available in the strawberry, vanilla and chocolate flavors, the product consists of a mixture of five different whey proteins: microfiltered whey protein concentrate, whey isolated protein, hydrolyzed whey protein, whey protein isolate microfiltered whey and concentrated whey protein. 

The 5 Whey Protein promises the supply of proteins of high biological value, presenting a protein content of 80% to 95%, and of amino acids with prominence for BCAAs.

- 3 Whey Protein

It is also a mixture of different forms of whey and brings the concentrated whey protein, the protein isolated from the microfiltered milk whey and the hydrolyzed whey protein. Each 32 g serving contains 24 g of protein, 1.9 g to 2.1 g of fats and 3.3 g to 3.8 g of carbohydrates. The product is available in the vanilla, chocolate and strawberry flavors and also promises to bring a high concentration of amino acids.

- Whey Pro2 Hydrolyzed

According to Probiotica, this product consists of more than 85% isolated protein hydrolyzed from whey and provides a high digestibility, as well as a high rate of absorption. It can be found in chocolate and vanilla flavors.

- Iso Pro Whey

It is based on isolated whey protein, obtained by the microfiltration process of whey, which results in a product of high protein concentration with low fat and lactose contents. It has vitamins and minerals, providing approximately 50% of the daily recommendation of these micronutrients per serving.

Iso Pro Whey is instant, so you can prepare it by mixing it with a spoon, in a quick and practical way. It can be consumed post-workout or at any time of the day.

- 100% Pure Whey

It is the Whey Protein Concentrated probiotic, that is, a product that undergoes a simple process of filtration, has a slower digestion in relation to the isolated and hydrolyzed and does not have all the lactose and fat of the milk totally eliminated. According to the company, its product has a high concentration of amino acids, especially BCAAs, it has 23 g of protein per 30 g and can be purchased in the versions without flavor, vanilla, chocolate and strawberry.

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- Pro Whey Protein

It is a blend of whey protein, maltodextrin, a slow-absorption carbohydrate, and Waxy Maize, a fast-digesting carbohydrate. The aim is to serve consumers who want or need to include proteins of high biological value and carbohydrates to feed.The product carries 12 g of protein and between 9.7 g and 11 g of carbohydrates in each 25 g portion. It can be found in the strawberry and banana, chocolate, vanilla and strawberry flavors.

- Hi Whey

It is another model of whey concentrate manufactured by Probiotics, promising to be a fast-absorbing protein, the product contains 24 g of protein and 10 g to 11 g of carbohydrates per 40 g dose. Available in chocolate, vanilla and strawberry flavors.

- Whey Micellar

A micellar whey is one that has a longer absorption time than conventional whey and is a classified supplement between Whey Protein and Casein. The Whey Micellar of Probiotics brings in its formula whey protein, micellar casein and carbohydrates, resulting in a gradual release of amino acids into the muscles.

It can be found in strawberry, vanilla and chocolate flavors and provides 18 g of protein and between 8.1 g and 8.6 g of carbohydrates in each 30 g serving.

Is Probiotic Whey Protein Good? Which one to buy?

Before you know which whey protein probiotic to buy, it is important to know that each product model is most suitable for each moment and user profile. For example, those who want a slower, more gradual absorption protein will certainly do better with whey micellar.

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On the other hand, whoever is starting in the world of supplementation is usually advised to begin use with the concentrated versions of whey. Lactose intolerant are best suited for whey hydrolysates and isolates, which should bring low levels of lactose (always check the packaging and confirm with your doctor before using the product to be sure).

Hydrolyzed and isolated versions also serve the periods in which rapid digestion of proteins, such as post-training, is desired. There is even a mixture of whey protein and carbohydrates, which can be useful for people who want to increase both their protein and carbohydrate intake.

That is, we can not define a better product among the whey manufactured by Probiotics. Each one is more suited to a situation. So if you have any questions, ask your personal trainer and nutritionist to know which one to buy. These professionals know your profile and need and can guide you.

But is the Whey Protein Probiotic really good and always fulfills what it promises? To get an idea about this, we took a look at comments about the brand on the internet.

One point against the quality of the brand is a laboratory report, requested by Felix Bonfim, which showed that the information contained in the packaging was not the same as that found in the supplement by analysis.

The document showed that a product that promised to bring 2.3 g of carbohydrates and 23 g of protein per serving actually had 8.75 g of carbohydrates and 18.1 g of proteins per serving. However, it is important to emphasize that such an award is not so recent: the analysis in question was made in the year 2013.

In an internet discussion forum, while an internet user said that the brand Probiotica is not so good because it is a Brazilian brand, another user reported that they used a supplement from the manufacturer and did not regret it.

Whey Protein isolated from Probiotics has been reviewed by other blogs. One evaluated the product well in categories like cost and benefit, efficiency, taste, the fact of mixing well, resistance and muscle reconstruction.

However, it was not well evaluated by the publication in the categories of muscle strength and pump increase, which is the increase of blood concentration in the trained muscle and is considered by some as a sign that the training was effective.

To feel more secure when buying your Whey Protein Probiotic or any other brand, always ask for guidance from your personal trainer and nutritionist, who will be able to indicate the best products for your case, in view of your goals and safety of your health.


The list below gives a price estimate for the various models of Whey Protein Probiotics:

  • Pure Whey Black: R $ 151.72 (900 g);
  • Isolate 100% Whey: R $ 243.72 (900 g);
  • 5 Whey Protein: R $ 177.61 (900 g);
  • 3 Whey Protein: R $ 276 (2 kg);
  • Whey Pro2 Hydrolyzed: R $ 215.10 (908 g);
  • Iso Pro Whey: R $ 232.22 (900 g) and R $ 409.90 (2 kg);
  • 100% Pure Whey: $ 287.99 (2 kg);
  • Pro Whey Protein: $ 31 (500 g);
  • Hiper Whey: R $ 169.11 (2 kg) and R $ 85.41 (900 g);
  • Whey Micellar: R $ 108.61 (900 g).


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