MuscleTech Nitrotech Review

MuscleTech Nitrotech Review

Muscletech’s new Nitrotech whey protein powder has been purely improved with creatine and amino acids for better muscle development and strength.

In this extensive market full of competition, eye-catching innovations are extremely necessary to attract public attention. Therefore has Muscletech’s attempt to gain popularity with its newly advanced Nitrotech protein powder been successful?

Just one scoop of this powder contains nearly 30 grams of whey protein isolates, extreme filtered whey concentrates and hydrolyzed whey protein isolates. Carbohydrate and Fat level contained are significantly low being only 1 gram and 1.5 grams respectively.

Nitrotech Ingredients

Like most other protein powders, Nitrotech too is based on the whey protein isolates, however an addition of a few more beneficial ingredients is what distinguishes it from other products. The ingredients are –

  • Hydrolyzed Whey Protein Isolates.
  • High Purity Whey Protein Concentrates.
  • BCAA’s (branch chain amino acids) specifically Valine, leucine and isoleucine.
  • Creatine Monohydrate.
  • Protease

Nitrotech’s nutritional value is astounding. Each of its serving being around 37 grams, you obtain-

  • Proteins – 30 grams.
  • Carbohydrates – 1 to 2 grams.
  • Fats – 1.5 grams.
  • Calories – 140 units.

How are these ingredients beneficial to the body?

Nitrotech as a supplement is potentially beneficial for various accurate reasons. Firstly its enormous protein content (approximately 81%) serves to supply protein in abundance to the body, providing optimum muscle growth. Hence it is understood that Muscletech only chooses the best ingredients for its products. Its other components also contain a multitude of nutritious substances. BCAA’s and Glutamine facilitate anabolism and the recovery process. Creatine Monohydrate serves as a booster for increasing strength. Protease and Amylase help in the digestion of proteins and carbohydrates.

A person aiming to bulk up at the gym can do so with its abundance of protein along with some extra carbohydrate sources. Similarly a person trying to lose weight by supplementing meals with protein shakes can do so because of the low quantity of fats and carbohydrates. A clinical study describes Nitrotech as a superior strength delivering product, due to its creatine content, in comparison with regular whey.

Mixture and Flavor

One of Nitrotech’s best defining features is its lovely flavor owing to its smooth, watery, and creamy blended texture. On the other hand if thinner shakes are your preference then consider adding a little water to make it a bit lighter. The Cookies and Cream flavor carries a biscuity composition of cookie bits mixed into the drink and it is well known to be an office favorite. It will be much better to use a mixer to ready your shake because a simple spoon and cup may not be adequate, to mix the powder into a smooth blend.

Nitrotech’s Drawbacks

With the presence of BCAA’s and Glutamine (of high anabolic qualities) it was unnecessary to add extra alanine, glycine and taurine which have almost the same properties.

Another unnecessary addition is that of amylase. Amylase would have been useful only if Nitrotech contained high amounts of carbohydrates. Lastly, impressive as it, Nitrotech is fairly expensive. However it is cheaper to buy a single Nitrotech powder than having to buy 3 individual supplement powders.


Muscletech’s Nitrotech is essentially a 3 in 1 type of product containing the three super beneficial substances –Protein, BCAA and Creatine. A combination of these ingredients with exceptional flavoristic taste, contributes to the fact that overlooking its price in order to get it means getting your money’s worth.

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Andrew Kevin Alpin lives in Kolkata and is a senior content specialist. With over 7 years of experience in creating articles for health and physical fitness, Andrew is well experienced as a writer with extensive knowledge of nutrition and the role of supplements in the physiology of bodybuilding.