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Women’s Diet Protein combining an optimum blend of Whey Protein Concentrate, Whey Protein Isolate, Green Tea and L-Carnitine to aid lean muscle growth. High protein, low fat, low carbohydrate mixture.

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Bootygoals Diet Whey Protein For Women

What Is Bootygoals Diet Whey?

Our women's Diet Whey Protein delivers a low calorie, low carb protein serving to help you achieve your nutritional goals, whilst dieting, cutting or following a specific diet plan. Our metabolism boosting formula will help improve recovery rates and overall strength.

What Does Diet Whey Do?

Women's Diet Protein provides a high quality supplementary protein source, making achieving nutrient and macro goals a little easier, without unwanted carbohydrates or calories; giving proven support to lean muscle mass.

How To Take Diet Whey Protein

Our Diet Whey Protein can be mixed with water for minimal calories, with milk or mixed into other food types, such as brownies, pancakes or cookies; offering a quick, effective, low calorie daily protein source.

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Key Nutritional Information

(per serving)

Energy 132 Kcals
Protein 25g
Carbs 3.4g
L-Carnitine 540mg
Green Tea Extract 360mg


Whey Protein Concentrate [Milk], Whey Protein Isolate [Milk], L-Carnitine, Green Tea,Flavourings, Natural Colourings, Xanthan Gum, Sweetener:Sucralose.

Allergen Warning

For allergens see ingredients in bold. May also contain: Nuts, gluten, egg, soya and peanuts

How Much Protein Do Women Need?

As a general rule of thumb, women require 0.8 grams of protein per kilo of body weight to maintain healthy function.

If you are training regularly (three times per week for example) it is recommended that your protein intake is increased, with 1g per kilogram being the recommended consensus.

In some rare cases, such as supporting a heavy powerlifting regimen, protein intake of 1.3g and above can be used, however, this is far beyond the 'normal' amount needed for everyday women's fitness and weightlifting programmes.

Still unsure? Take a look at our Beginner Nutrition Guide For Women.

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2 reviews for DIET WHEY PROTEIN

  1. Jill Aldridge

    Works well

  2. Michelle

    I have been using this diet protein for the last two weeks and I’m not bored of the flavour yet (I bought the strawberry one). Blends really well, although I have only tried it with water.

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