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Whey Protein Shakes

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Anyone looking to increase their muscle growth needs to make sure they're getting enough protein. Our range of whey protein powders contain precise nutrient blends to support your individual nutrition and training goals – available in sachets, powders and super-convenient ready-to-shake forms – with over 50 mouthwatering flavours available. 

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  • 20g of protein per 25g serving
  • 94 calories in each serving
  • Includes Carnipure™
Save up to: £12.00
  • Vegetarian
  • Gluten Free
  • No artificial flavours, colours or added sugar.
  • Made from real fruit and whey protein with vitamins A, C and E.
  • Supports healthy growth and development1
Save up to: £0.70
  • Vegetarian
  • Gluten Free
  • Unique production process results in extra-large micelles
  • Similar rate of release as Micellar Casein
  • Protein contributes to a growth in muscle mass
Save up to: £15.75


  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • 100% HMB
  • Metabolite of leucine
Save up to: £4.10
  • Low fat
  • Delicious and protein-packed
  • Natural Ingredients 
Save up to: £2.80

Check out our best protein powders across a range of different categories, such as weight loss, building muscle, vegan-friendly and more. 

Whey Protein Benefits

Whey protein supplements are a fantastic choice for anyone looking to increase or maintain their muscle mass. There are around 20 amino acids in the body that make up our muscle protein. Nine amino acids are essential, which means that they can't be synthesised by the body and must be consume through diet or supplementation. Whey protein contains all essential amino acids in adequate quantities, which makes it one of the best supplements around, whatever your training goals.

How much protein should I take?

This will depend on a number of factors such as size, age and how active you are. If you're an athlete or looking to build muscle, then you should be taking more protein than the average person. As a rule of thumb, you should be consuming between 1.2 and 1.7g of protein per day for each kilogram of body weight, however this is likely to differ from person to person.

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