Product Review: An Incredibly Delicious Lemonade Flavored Protein From Naked Nutrition

Naked Whey Lemonade Flavor


Whey protein is oftentimes one of, if not the first supplement(s) taken by people around the time they become serious about their health, and it is viewed as a health food because of its ability to support muscle growth and the overall building of the body.

Unfortunately, most whey protein supplements are packed with unhealthy ingredients including GMOs, preservatives, artificial flavors, and artificial sweeteners such as sucralose and aspartame.

This is an unfortunate truth I stumbled upon at the Arnold Expo, also known as the Arnold Sports Festival, in Ohio several years ago.

While collecting samples of free protein and other body building products, I returned to my hotel room only to find that pretty much everything I collected had some type of unsavory ingredient in it.

Lately, I’ve had the opportunity to try protein powders that are much healthier, however, including one from Naked Nutrition called ‘Clear Naked Whey.’

This newly released protein powder has one of the most unique and delicious flavors I’ve ever tasted, and it checks many of the most important boxes when it comes to health and nutrition.


Clear Naked Whey Protein: It Tastes Like a Cross Between a Protein Powder and an Electrolyte Supplement

As you may have guessed from the picture above, this protein has a pronounced lemony (lemonade) flavor to it, and it tastes absolutely delicious.

The only sweetener is fermented cane sugar (Reb-M), and the label lists zero grams of sugar total for the product itself.

The product is independently tested to make sure heavy metal levels are below FDA regulations.

It’s also GMO-free and soy-free.

One of the things I love about this company is that its whey protein is typically sourced from grass-fed California cows and everything has a clean taste and feel to it.

It also has 3.7 grams of branch-chain amino acids (BCAAs) which are excellent for taking pre-workout.

Naked Nutrition was founded by former track All-American Stephen Zieminksi, who noticed that many supplements contained low quality ingredients.

naked lemonade protein

My half-full bottle of lemonade-flavored Clear Naked Whey.

While this supplement doesn’t have electrolytes in it, it does have a rich amino acid profile which you can see on the back of the package, and this particular flavor tastes like a cross between an electrolyte supplement and a protein powder, with a rich lemony flavor.

If you’ve been following this website for a long time and you eat as clean as I do (over 90% organic and sugar-free on most days) then you probably know that it can get a little boring at times.

Clear Naked Whey protein powder helps to fill the gap by offering a product that is legitimately delicious, sugar-free, and highly enjoyable to drink.

Overall I really like this product.

I would prefer more certified organic ingredients, but everything in this formula is GMO-free and natural so it’s a big step up from most similar protein powders, plus the flavor is truly amazing.

If you’d like to learn more or purchase this product, visit the Naked Nutrition website by clicking here.

Thanks for reading and always and best of luck on your workout routine!

This review was written based on a sample provided by Naked Nutrition, makers of organic and grass-fed protein powders, supplements and protein cookies.

For more information or to browse their selection of products, visit their website here


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About Nick Meyer

Nick Meyer is a journalist who's been published in the Detroit Free Press, Dallas Morning News and several other outlets. He founded AltHealthWORKS in 2012 to showcase extraordinary stories of healing and the power of organic living, stories the mainstream media always seemed to miss. Check out Nick's Amazon best-seller 'Dirt Cheap Organic: 101 Tips For Going Organic on a Budget' by clicking here, as well as its sequel Dirt Cheap Weight Loss.