Protein powders are among the most common workout supplements around, offering a huge range of benefits. Protein powders are used as muscle recovery, nutrition and muscle building supplements. Different protein products will have different effects and are designed to support different types of athletes and body types, so take a look at our range of offerings before choosing the best protein powder for you.

The two proteins most often used in supplements are whey concentrates and isolates. Concentrates and isolates are both high-quality proteins (or complete proteins) as they both contain all the essential amino acids needed by the body. Whey is more commonly used, however, as it breaks down quickly, making it an ideal post-workout supplement to help boost your recovery.

We sell protein powders, protein supplements and protein bars in a range of flavours, strengths and blends, all from leading US suppliers. These products are sold exclusively in the UK on A-List Nutrition and offer you optimum nutrition no matter what your workout routine or exercise needs are. We offer gluten-free, soy-free and vegan supplements to suit all dietary needs.

Try out some of our most popular brands, such as 1st Phorm, BPN and Arms Race Nutrition.

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Whey protein concentrate

Whey protein concentrate products contain up to 80% protein, with the other 20% consisting of carbs and fats. For this reason, concentrates are often used by athletes to ensure they get enough protein each day in line with their workout goals while also helping them to gain weight.

Whey protein isolate

Whey protein isolate is whey that has gone through more processing to increase the protein levels. Isolate can be up to 90% protein, meaning there are fewer fats and carbs. Whey protein may help with weight loss for those not looking to gain weight while also building muscle. Whey protein isolate is also typically lower in lactose content, meaning it could be better for the lactose intolerant.

Vegan protein powders

We also offer a range of plant-based vegan protein powders, perfect for vegans looking to still make gains. The products we stock use blends of ingredients, such as rice and pea proteins to provide complete proteins for vegans. Our powders and supplements offer all the essential amino acids, including BCAAs.


When exercising, the body needs a higher protein intake to keep the body energised and to help muscles recover quicker. Athletes typically measure their protein needs relative to their kg of body weight. For example, endurance athletes need around 1.2 grams per kg of body weight per day while muscle gainers will need up to 2 grams a day.

Whether you need protein powder as an extra protein source, to aid you in building muscle mass, or as part of a low-fat, high-protein diet, choosing the right protein powder will depend on your personal circumstances. We supply protein powders, supplements and bars to help you choose the products that work with your exercise regime and get you closer to your goals.

Whey is a byproduct of cheese which contains all the essential proteins the human body needs. These complete proteins make it the perfect dietary supplement that is cheap and easy to use. Proteins are essential for providing the body with energy, as well as aiding in the production of new cells.

Whey protein powders promote lean muscle growth and can promote weight loss, while also being filling and reducing feelings of hunger. Whey isolate, specifically, has a thermic effect, meaning it uses calories to digest. These elements are why whey protein is often used as a meal replacement for those looking to increase gains while lowering body fat.

Whether you're making protein shakes or smoothies, just use the relevant dosage of your chosen protein blend and combine it with milk or water in a shaker for a delicious, nourishing drink. We have protein powders in a variety of flavours from leading American brands so you are spoilt for choice when finding your next workout aid snack.
Protein powder is highly versatile, so you can use it pre-workout, post-workout, or any time during the day.

Protein is essential to the diet of those who do high-intensity exercise. Amino acids are useful for building and maintaining muscles, but also have a wide variety of benefits to your body. For anybody who needs to supplement their diet with more protein, whey isolate or whey concentrate powders can help you reach your fitness goals.