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There are 27 differences and 3 similarities between AST VP2 Whey Isolate, BioNutritional Proto Whey
Basic Details
Model #   Vp2 Whey Isolate vs   Proto Whey  
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Brand   Ast vs   Bionutritional  
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Description   Enhanced Absorption Formula!* Pure Hydrolyzed Isolated Whey Protein For Supporting Muscle Growth!* vs   Extreme Hydrolysate! 100% Micro Peptide Formula With A Rich And Creamy Taste!  
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Category   Protein Powder vs   Protein Powder  
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Serving Size   1 Scoop (28 G) vs   2 Scoops (34.5 G)  
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Container Size   2 vs   2  
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Servings per Container   
vs   26
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Flavor   Citrus Splash vs   Cafe Mocha  
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Available Flavors and Sizes   2 Lbs. - citrus Splash | 2 Lbs. - creamy Vanilla | 2 Lbs. - double Rich Chocolate | 2 Lbs. - fruit Punch | 2 Lbs. - mocha Cappuccino vs   2 Lbs. - cafe Mocha | 2 Lbs. - double Chocolate | 2 Lbs. - strawberry Cream | 2 Lbs. - vanilla Cream | 5 Lbs. - cafe Mocha | 5 Lbs. - double Chocolate | 5 Lbs. - strawberry Cream | 5 Lbs. - vanilla Cream  
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Directions   Directions For Vp2 Whey Isolate: Add One Heaping Scoop To 8 Ounces Of Your Favorite Cold Liquid (water, Milk, Etc.). Vp2™ Starts Dissolving Instantly. Just A Few Turns With A Spoon Or Shakes In A Shaker Bottle And It's Completely Mixed And Ready To Drink. When To Use: Take 1 Serving Of Vp2 30 Minutes Before Training And Another Serving Immediately After Training. On Non-training Days Use Vp2 Two To Three Times Daily. vs   Directions For Proto Whey: Add 2 Scoops (32 Grams) Proto Whey To 3/4 Cup (6 Oz) Cold Water And Stir. There Is No Need For Blending. Proto Whey May Also Be Mixed With Milk, Milk Substitutes, Juice, Tea, Coffee And/or Blended With Ice For A Delicious And Nourishing Dessert Drink. Proto Whey Is Designed For Use As A Primary Source Of Protein And May Be Used At Any Time Of The Day. It May Be Consumed Alone Or With Carbohydrate Foods, Depending On Individual Caloric Needs.  
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Allergen   Contains Milk And Soy. vs     
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Warnings   Warnings: Use This Product As A Food Supplement. Do Not Use For Weight Reduction. vs     
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Other Ingredients   100% Hydrolyzed "oligopeptide" Isolated Whey Peptide Fractions Consisting Of Precision Engineered Whey Peptide Isolate Fractions (beta-lactoglobulin, Alpha-lactalbumin, Immunoglobulin, Proteose-peptone, Glycomacropeptides (gmp), B.s.a., Lactoferrin, Immunoglobulin, Lactoperoxidase, Relaxin, Lactollin, Beta-microglobulin), Citric Acid, Natural And Artificial Flavors, Beta-carotene (for Color), Lecithin, Aminogen Enzyme, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose. vs   Proto Whey® (micro Peptides™ From Extreme Whey Protein Hydrolysate), Medium Chain Triglycerides, Maltodextrin, Natural And Artificial Flavors, Softpsil® (micronized Psyllium Fiber), Coffee Concentrate, L-glutamine, Fructose, Sucrose, Lecithin, Salt, Sucralose.  
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Supplement facts
23 g
vs   20 g
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vs   135
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Total Fat (lipids)   
vs   4 g
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Saturated Fat    vs   3 g
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vs   20 mg
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Sodium (Na)   
75 mg
vs   145 mg
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Calories From Fat   
vs   35 Cal
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Sugars    vs   3 g
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Dietary Fiber    vs   3 g
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Total Carbohydrates   
3 g
vs   7 g
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Calcium (Ca)   
100 mg
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Potassium (K)   
120 mg
vs   345 mg
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Iron (Fe)   
0.1 mg
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Vitamin A (IU)   
35 IU
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Vitamin C (total ascorbic acid)   
0.3 mg
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Caffeine (From Coffee Concentrate)    vs   35 mg
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125 mg
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