As consumers, you deserve to know EXACTLY what you are getting when you buy protein. Which is why we sent our Elite Whey Protein to an independent laboratory and paid for complete proximate testing.
Below, you will find independent laboratory testing show you that Red Supplements Elite Whey Protein is exactly what it says on the label. As a matter of fact, based on the test results, you actually get a bit more protein per scoop than we advertise.
(See the footnote to see exactly what was included in the testing. Our complete Certificate of Analysis can be found here: Red Supplements COA)
Red Supplements Elite Whey Protein Certificate Of Analysis (COA)
Pictured below you will find our label on the left hand side and on the right hand side you will find the certificate of analysis. You can click on the image to expand it.
According to the label, each scoop of Red’s Whey Protein is 24.64 grams of high quality non-GMO cold processed Whey protein, and that is what we guarantee you will get.
After thorough analysis, it was determined that per serving of Elite Whey Protein, there are 25.68 grams of protein, 150 calories, 7.42 grams of carbs (3.59 of those grams being sugar), and 1.99 grams of fat.
Our label is designed based on the average contents of each serving, and as you can see, even with randomized testing of any batch of our product, our protein will always be spot on and stay true to our label.
There are no “bad batches” or “botched experiments” at Red Supplements. There are no amino acids hidden in the nutritional facts, pretending to be protein. We make sure to give you the absolute best products on the market. At Red Supplements Everything Is Always ON POINT.
The saying “you get what you pay for,” is usually true, and this Certificate Of Analysis (COA) proves just that.
Not only do we encourage you to look over our COA included in this article, we also urge you to take a look at our product label, and the ingredients included in the product itself.
The first thing you will notice is that our Elite Whey Protein label is very short and plain. This is because the product is 100% Non-GMO Whey Protein from grass-fed dairy cows. Hence, the contents of the product are 100% Whey protein, and nothing else.
Pictured: Red Supplements Elite Whey Protein Ingredients Label
Literally the only ingredients in our ingredient list are Whey coming from grass-fed cows, and a couple natural sweeteners for the flavoring.
Typically, in this section it is VERY common to see supplement companies include an array of amino acids. You'll see a huge mishmash of confusing scientific words, phrases, proprietary blends, and ingredients that you’ve never heard of, etc.
In the middle of all of that mayhem you can see the words whey protein.
If you are purchasing Whey protein, and are looking for each scoop to be comprised of nothing but Whey protein, does it make any logical sense to have 20 other ingredients on the label? Absolutely not.
Any company can throw arbitrary numbers on their label and make bold claims that are actually just designed to scam customers out of their hard earned money.
In fact, when you see so many ingredients on a protein label you can be sure you are looking at a loophole scam called amino spiking.
An Example Of Amino Spiking:
In this label below from another company you can see clear as day in the nutritional facts there is an “amino matrix” that includes random garbage you wouldn't want in a protein powder like Glycine, Taurine, Leucine, Valine and Glutamine.
The addition of these ingredients will artificially inflate the nitrogen content of the product, allowing the company to get away with writing that each scoop of their product contains 22 grams of protein, when in fact, it is actually only around 12-15 grams per scoop.
Companies do this in an effort to reduce cost prices and provide a cheaper protein powder to the consumer, falsely leading individuals to believe that their protein is a “better deal.” These are blatant scams that take advantage of the public, and feed off of ignorance.
There will always be companies looking to cut corners and sell inferior products to get an extra chunk of change from their customers. Amino spiking is something that has been done for years, and scumbag companies will continue to do it.
Once you find a company that you can trust, stick with them and never turn back. At Red Supplements, you can feel at ease knowing that we will ALWAYS conduct thorough analysis on our products to ensure you are getting exactly what you pay for.
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*The testing includes total dietary fibre, microbiological assays, mineral and inorganic analyses using Atomic Absorption and ICP technology, lipid and fatty acid analyses using mainly wet chemistry and GC methodologies, and enzyme testing for amylase, protease, lipase and phytase.