NutraBio Whey Protein Isolate Advances to the Finals of the Protein Wars Eliminating MTS Machine Whey

NutraBio wins big in last week’s semifinals in the STACK3D Protein Wars. NutraBio’s Whey Protein Isolate beat out MTS Machine Whey with 69% of the popular vote. NutraBio advanced to the finals this week and is now taking on Muscle Elements Truth protein.

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Voting in the finals started this morning and will continue through December 28th. Thank you to everyone who supported us so far. It's been a long 7 week battle with just 2 of the original 45 protein brands remaining. There's only one week left, so please continue to support our NutraBio WPI. Our Whey Protein Isolate was originally launched in 1997 and remains the cleanest protein on the market still today with no additives or fillers. A few improvements have been made along the way such as making it NON GMO and kosher, removing the soy lecithin and the allergen warning that went with it, and launching a natural version of it this year.

STACK3D, the host of the annual Protein Wars contest made this official announcement:

"After seven weeks of competition we have finally made it to the 2015 Protein Wars grand final. The early rounds as well as the quarter finals all had their fair share of surprises, although last week’s semifinals were definitely where the biggest upset went down. Today we are proud to announce that the two finalists is the very young Muscle Elements the Truth and the newcomer NutraBio Whey Protein Isolate. We made sure all the numbers were clean, going over them three or four times and removing any suspicious votes as we’ve done for all the other rounds. The final scores were 69% for NutraBio versus MTS Nutrition, and 50.3% for Muscle Elements the Truth against Muscle Sport Lean Whey. The remaining two products are now going head to head in the grand final of the 2015 Protein Wars, which you can follow and participate in at"

About the Protein Wars: The Protein Wars is an annual knockout style competition, sponsored by, where consumers vote online for the most popular protein on the market. The competition is in its third year. Round #1 started pitting 45 protein brands against each other and after 3 weeks of eliminations only 15 brands remained to advance into the second round.