Protein Powder Users Guide
Your guide to figuring out which protein powders to use based on your individual needs and goals, and how and when to take them.
How Much Protein to Take
Why You Need Protein Powder
When to Take Protein Powder
Different Types of Protein Powder
Why whey, casein & egg is the best protein blend for building muscle
Pro JYM Product Breakdown
Who should take a protein blend?
0 grams lactose
Best times to take a protein blend
Taking a protein blend around workouts
Taking a protein blend at bedtime
How to Take Pro JYM
Pro JYM Flavors
Whey Protein Isolate vs. Whey Protein Concentrate
Iso JYM Product Breakdown
Who should take whey protein isolate?
Light, refreshing flavors
Best times to take whey protein isolate
First thing in the morning and/or with whole food meals are great instances to take Iso JYM.
First thing in the morning
When you wake up, you’ve essentially been fasting for the past 8 hours or so. And if your primary goal is to build muscle, you’ll want your muscles to get refueled with amino acids as quickly as possible with no slowdowns. Iso JYM mixed with cold water will achieve this.
Taking WPI with meals
Taking whey protein isolate at other times
How to Take Iso JYM
Iso JYM Flavors
Making plant protein isolates more complete
Plant JYM Product Breakdown
Who should take plant protein powder?
No soy, gluten, or lactose; fortified with additional BCAAs and other essential amino acids (EAAs)