Protein H2O

Protein Water by Cytosport

Protein H2O: 10g of Whey Isolate Protein

Protein H2O comes from Cytosport, the makers of Muscle Milk.  This beverage is set to compete with other flavored protein waters currently on the market.  Shown here are just 2 of the 5 flavors.  Grape and Grapefuits.  This is 60 calories and 10g of whey protein isolate.

The #1 ingredient?

  • purified water

Nutrition Facts:

  • Serving Size: 16 fl oz
  • Servings per Container: 1
  • Calories per serving: 60
  • Total Fat: 0g
  • Sodium: 25mg
  • Potassium: 50mg
  • Total Carbohydrates: 6g
  • Dietary Fiber: 5g
  • Sugars: 0g
  • Protein: 10g
  • Calcium: 6%


Purified water, whey protein isolate (derived from milk), digestive resistant maltodextrin, (soluble dietary fiber), natural flavors, fruit and vegetable juice extract (color), phosphoric acid, citric acid, sucralose, potassium citrate, sodium citrate.  Gluten Free

Marc David
“The NoBull Muscle Guy”

Categories: Natural Bodybuilding, Supplement Review

  • big guy

    sucralose: the death of a generation

  • kae

    Seems like the YouTube CBS report above was just some tabloid journalism to get your attention and draw you into their report. CBS probably teased the broadcast viewers through an entire show before they ran that segment. After watching the segment, it seemed like there was nothing there. They even said that these “poisons” are in the foods we eat anyway. Seems like much ado about nothing.

    Hasn't it always been known that if you eat more protein that you need to drink more water? It's been known for a long time that patients with kidney problems have to limit their protein intake.

    There is a book called “Are We Scaring Ourselves to Death?….” and it sounds like the “report” generated more FUD than actual information. I'm kind of disappointed in Consumer Reports. I expected better reporting from them.

  • Marc David

    @Kae – I think you are referring to this post:…

    And your points are spot on. My biggest peeve was that numbers by themselves without the proper surrounding context means nothing.