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BSN Syntha 6 is a protein powder that I have been using for a long time. BSN has been in the supplement game for a while and has earned my respect. They are well known in the body building community and for good reason. They make quality products.

Syntha 6 is a unique protein powder because it actually contains a mix of six different types of proteins. From fast digesting, to slow digesting, to everything in between. This mix is sure to help you recover and and build muscle fast.

Nutrition Facts

One thing that I like about this protein powder is that it has 6 different sources for protein. The sources are: whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate, calcium caseinate, micellar casein, milk protein isolate, and egg albumin. This matrix contains 22 grams of protein per serving. This product also has 14 grams of carbs and 6 grams of total fat and contains 200 calories per serving. This protein powder also contains 10 grams of essential amino acids and has 2 grams of sugar in each serving.

Mixability and Taste

Syntha 6 has some great flavors and even teamed up with Cold Stone Creamery to make a few unique flavors such as Birthday Cake Remix, Cooke Doughn’t, and Apple Pie. I have personally tried the regular Cookies and Creme and the Chocolate Peanut Butter. The Cookies and Creme tastes delicious. It has a smooth and creamy texture. I personally like to add almond milk, ice, and Syntha 6 into a blender to make a delicious shake. It mixes well and does not leave a gritty or chalky taste in your mouth.


  • Lots of unique flavors
  • Great Taste
  • Diverse protein sources


  • Contains soy

Syntha 6 is a great protein powder that has a lot going for it. It can be taking in the morning, after your workout, or before bed. This is a great supplement for someone who is trying to add extra protein to their diet.