Ghost Fruity Cereal Mix Review

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    [b][size=5][color=red]Ghost Fruity Cereal Milk Whey Review[/b][/size][/color]



    Fruity Cereal Milk – The cereal milk flavors on the Ghost supplement line are meant to replicate the milk after a bowl of cereal. The combination of Trix and Fruity Pebbles is exactly what I got after making a shake with this protein powder. Usually when companies go with a fruit flavor it is too strong, too weak, or too artificial. The flavoring is pure which is very hard to do. The way the whey protein correlates to the leftover milk of a bowl of cereal is dead on. The whey tasted like pure trix cereal. You get the ripeness associated with trix and the sweetness of fruity pebbles. How ghost pulled this one off is unique, but if you do not enjoy those cereal’s this may be one to hold off on. Personally anything that hits my sweet tooth is a home run, and Ghost delivered. I would put this as a top 3 flavor behind Blueberry Toaster Pastry and Cereal Milk.



    I mixed this protein shake with 2 Scoops of the Whey and 12oz of cashew milk. This mixed with ease. There was no clumping left in the shake as the powder started to mix hitting the liquid.

    When mixed in greek yogurt (plain) I also found it to mix with ease. Ghost mixes very similar to a MTS, PES, or typical blend on the market. There are also no issues when utilized in baking. I find it to help the final product rise very well and make an incredible baked good.




    Per Scoop:
    1.5g Fat
    4g Carbs
    25g Protein

    What you have to love about Ghost is the open label on the whey protein. The only other added ingredients are cellulose and xanthan gum + Sucralose as the sweetener. There is nothing hidden in here. With a very basic formula the greatest inclusion is a Ghost Enzyme to help breakdown the whey for those who may have a slight lactose problem. This will settle very easy and sit well for almost all consumers.

    14.53g from WPI
    13.15g From WPC
    2.98g from Hydro WPI

    [b][color=blue] Cost [/b][/color]

    $39.99 on their main webpage, but you can always find a 20% off coupon. If you have coupons to the 3 letter store you can always get the added discount if you want to shop local. For the price of the open label and flavoring it is more of a unique buy. Think of something you can use on occasion, but maybe a touch too expensive to use on a daily basis. Most people are geared to cost effective whey/whey blends on the market. My best piece of advice is you could half the dosage on the ghost whey and pair wih a vanilla protein powder to get the enhancement of the Ghost flavoring.


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