BSN Syntha 6 Edge Sugar Cookie Whey Review



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    [b][size=5][color=brown] BSN Syntha 6 Edge Sugar Cookie [/b][/size][/color]

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    [b][color=blue] Taste [/b][/color]

    [b] Sugar Cookie [/b]

    I have not had a BSN Protein in years, but man did this flavor get nailed. You get a perfect balance of the cookie flavor and a nice aftertaste of sugary sweetness. The best part was the balance BSN provided in this flavor. It is not overpowering sweet like some birthday cake flavors can be, but it has the strong element of a cookie (slight buttery flavor) to offset the luscious sugary aftertaste. I have to say I am shocked at this one, being someone who has a major sweet tooth this was fantastic. BSN took a good combination, meshed both flavors together, and something that does not resemble a glorified vanilla.

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    [b][color=blue] Mixability [/b][/color]

    For those who have had BSN before they know it mixes with ease. Even as a blend the protein powder has no problems or leaves no clumps. I prefer the thicker protein shakes or protein pudding. This mixes with ease and left nothing on the sides of the blender when it was finished.
    The Shake I made below was 6oz of cashew milk, 1 Scoop and 7 ice cubes.

    [b][color=blue] Formula [/b][/color]

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    3.5g Fat
    6g Carb
    24g Protein

    A middle of the road caloric dense protein powder clocking in at 150 calories per scoop. The blend contains WPI, WPC, WPH, Casein, and MPC. The sunflower oil and corn syrup solids may turn off some people away, but those are in there for the added fat. The blend does mix thick due to the additional Gum’s (Cellulose and xanthan).

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