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If you have been around the fitness scene, chances are you have probably heard of Quest Nutrition because of their famous protein bars. The protein bars are well known because the nutrition facts are very good and they also provide a wide variety of flavors with the bars. But today, we are not talking about the protein bars. We are talking about Quest Protein Powder.

Quest Nutrition provides a low sugar, low carb, gluten free, and soy free protein powder that is packed with flavor. The reason why this protein powder tastes so good is because Quest claims that they make every single chocolate chip, white chocolate chunk, or cookie crumble that goes into the protein powder.

Nutrition Facts

Quest Protein powder is packed with macro-nutrients to make sure you get all the gains you are after! The peanut butter flavor has 24 grams of protein per serving while keeping the calorie total to 110 calories. This product also has 1.5 grams of total fat, 2 grams of total carbohydrates, and less than 1 gram of sugar per serving. This protein powder is also soy free and gluten free as well.

Mixability and Taste

Quest Nutrition provides the typical flavors that you might find with other protein powders such as: Chocolate Milkshake, Cinnamon Crunch, Vanilla Milkshake, and Peanut Butter. I am a big peanut butter fan and I have to say the Peanut Butter flavor tastes delicious. It mixes well with just about any liquid. I tried water and almond milk. I would recommend a shaker cup or a blender when mixing this product.


  • Soy Free
  • Gluten Free


  • Pricey

Although this protein is a bit on the pricey side, this is a great product for anyone living a fitness lifestyle and is trying to incorporate more protein into their diet. It has many different applications and can be used for cutting fat, building muscle, or trying to maintain current body weight.