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Green Series - 100% Plant Protein

100% Plant Protein

From the highly pure pisane® protein isolate

Green Series - Pure Form Vegan Protein

Pure Form Vegan Protein

Vegan protein mix – Naturally sweetened with Stevia!

Pro Line - 100% Hydrolyzed Whey Protein*

100% Hydrolyzed Whey Protein*

28 g protein per scoop!

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Beef Concentrate*

100% Beef Concentrate*

From hydrolyzed beef!

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Casein Complex*

100% Casein Complex*

Micellar casein based casein complex

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Hydrolyzed Beef Isolate Peptides*

100% Hydrolyzed Beef Isolate Peptides*

Very pure, sugar free!

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Whey Isolate*

100% Whey Isolate*

Extra L-Glutamine Added

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Whey Protein*

100% Whey Protein*

With Extra Amino Acids

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Whey Protein* Professional

100% Whey Protein* Professional

With Extra Key Aminos and Digestive Enzymes

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Whey Protein* Professional

100% Whey Protein* Professional

Specially flavored limited winter edition

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Whey Protein* Professional

100% Whey Protein* Professional

Specially Flavored Limited Summer Edition

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Whey Protein* Professional

100% Whey Protein* Professional

Specially Flavored Limited Autumn Edition

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Whey Protein* Professional +ISO

100% Whey Protein* Professional +ISO

Whey Isolate dominant 80% protein – sugar free!

Scitec Nutrition - 100% Whey Protein* Professional Lightly Sweetened

100% Whey Protein* Professional Lightly Sweetened

With Extra Key Aminos and Digestive Enzymes with less intense flavor intensity

Scitec Nutrition - Anabolic Whey

Anabolic Whey

High-Quality Protein Blend

Scitec Nutrition - Choco Pro

Choco Pro

High-quality protein chocolate bar

Scitec Nutrition - Collawhey


Balanced, strong combination of quality whey protein and hydrolysed collagen peptides

Scitec Nutrition - Diet Protein

Diet Protein

Superior tasting, low-sugar protein shake for weight management

Scitec Nutrition - Egg Pro

Egg Pro

Non-milk source complete protein

Scitec Nutrition - Fourstar Protein

Fourstar Protein

Whey, casein, milk & egg proteins

Scitec Nutrition - Night Pro

Night Pro

Exclusively from calcium caseinate & micellar casein

Scitec Nutrition - Promix


Mix of 3 complete proteins

Scitec Nutrition - Protein Delite

Protein Delite

Tasty gourmet protein shake with fruit/chocolate pieces inside!

Scitec Nutrition - Proteinissimo Prime

Proteinissimo Prime

The perfect protein bar

Scitec Nutrition - Soy Pro

Soy Pro

Complete, non-animal source protein isolate

Scitec Nutrition - Super-7


A matrix of 7 quality proteins

Scitec Nutrition - Zero Sugar/Zero Fat Isogreat

Zero Sugar/Zero Fat Isogreat

CFM whey protein isolate

Athletic Line - R3load


Post-workout protein-carbohydrate complex with extra ingredients

Muscle Army - Warrior Juice

Warrior Juice

Whey + micellar casein protein fusion

Scitec Endurance - Recovery Complex

Recovery Complex

Scitec Endurance - Recovery Complex Plus

Recovery Complex Plus

Scitec Endurance - Vegan Recovery Complex Plus

Vegan Recovery Complex Plus

Scitec Gym - PlantBro+ Zero

PlantBro+ Zero

Scitec Gym - WheyBro+ Zero

WheyBro+ Zero


  • Protein formulas typically provide predominantly protein (usually more than the so-called weight gainer formulas).
  • Protein contributes to the growth or maintenance of muscle mass, and also to the maintenance of normal bones. (These statements have been scientifi cally proven and authorized by the European Food Safety Authority.)
  • There are different sources of protein: animal or plant proteins, and they can be in the formulas by themselves or more than one type mixed together.
  • Proteins are made up of chains of amino acids. When consumed, they are broken down so that the body can use the individual amino acids to build up many different substances from muscle tissue to hormones.
  • There are 9 so-called essential amino acids (Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Valine) that have to be provided by the diet ("normal" foods and supplements), because the body cannot synthesize them. All the other amino acids can be built up from the essential nine by your body, but to be more effi cient, it\'s good to provide all the amino acids.
  • The amino acid composition tells you how useful a protein source or product is. Does it have all the 9 types of essential aminos, what nonessential ones are in the product, and what is the exact ratio between them?
  • All animal proteins are so-called "complete proteins", because they provide all 9 types of essential aminos. Not every plant protein is "complete"!
  • When choosing a protein, look at how many types of amino acids it has!
  • Different proteins can have different digestion rates, slower or faster! Around training, faster one can be more useful, but at other times, like before bed, slower types are preferred.
  • Also consider if you have intolerances or allergies to a certain protein source or component. Individuals may have lactose intolerance, milk allergy, etc. If you have any adverse reactions (e.g. indigestion) - and you may know about these problems from eating regular foodstuffs like dairy - investigate the cause and choose a different product!
  • Besides amino acid composition and ratios, look at the products\' carbohydrate and fat content. If you have no intolerances or allergies, then you can decide on a product based on your preferences for protein percentage, carbohydrate and fat content, and also based on your budget.
  • Unless you are a competitive bodybuilder very close to competition, a few grams of carbohydrates or fats are not a major problem in a protein serving.
  • Of course, the fl avor and texture of a product can be a consideration as well.
  • In addition, many protein formulas have fortifi cations, i.e. added extra ingredients including free-form amino acids, digestive enzymes, vitamins and so on.


Whey proteins are the most popular proteins that come from milk. Complete protein. They can contain lactose, but lactose (carbohydrate) free versions are available as well! Whey isolates are "purer" than whey concentrates, because they contain less sugar and fat, and more protein. Tends to be faster absorbing.


The other, dominant component of milk\'s protein. Complete protein. Also popular with good amino acid profi le and slower absorbing characteristics. Undenatured micellar casein is regarded as better quality than sodium caseinate.


Complete protein. You get a total milk protein when milk\'s protein is extracted as it is so that it contains both casein and whey proteins in their natural ~80:20 ratio. Tends to be slower absorbing.


Egg white protein is one of the fi rst popular and complete protein supplements used by bodybuilders with great success. In many scientifi c works it\'s used as the base standard every other protein is compared to. One great advantage of Egg white protein is that it\'s not a milk protein, thus lactose intolerant people or those with milk allergy can also consume it! Tends to be faster absorbing.


A good soy isolate is a high-concentration, high-quality, well digestible non-animal protein source with great amounts of important amino acids. It has no lactose or cholesterol. It\'s a complete protein that tends to be faster absorbing.


Beef has legendary status among hard training, goal oriented athletes – many people experience better gains consuming this meat over chicken. Beef protein is a tremendous alternative to milk proteins! Obviously for many people lactose intolerance or even milk allergy can be a serious problem, while many others follow some degree of a paleo diet, where dairy products are excluded and meat protein sources are favored.