Gluten Free Protein Powder Review-Gaspari’s New Myofusion Probiotic

Gaspari Nutrition has been a very gluten free friendly company to deal with in the sports supplement industry.

And for that, I extend a huge thank you to the company in general and all the associates I have had contact with.

I first corresponded with Gaspari regarding their gluten free products back in September 2009.  They were very helpful then, and continue to be helpful.  In fact, they have recently added a new protein powder to their product line, the Myofusion Probiotic which is marketed as gluten free.  When I heard this exciting news, I contacted Gaspari directly to confirm.  Sean at Gaspari was very helpful and assured me that the product is gluten free.   They do not currently have a gluten free certification, but are moving in that direction.  (YAY!!)  The powder is not made in a dedicated gluten free facility, but the facility is SQF 2000 level 3 certified, which means that stringent controls are in place for allergen control.  (If you are interested, here is the SQF 2000 code, and the section on allergen control is 6.13.  Because I’m a nerd like that.)

Myofusion Pro has no gluten, aspartame, or artificial colors.  It has a shelf stable probiotic blend, and is amazingly very tasty.  It is a blend of different protein sources (it is NOT vegan or dairy free) but because of that it behaves nicely in baking.  And it tastes awesome just in a shaker cup with water, which is generally how I take my protein powder anyway.  (Or made like a pudding with a sliced banana-it’s like a chocolate covered banana treat, you should try it!)

Without further ado, here’s the product review video! Enjoy!

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If you are looking for more info on gluten free protein powders, some more reviews can be found on the protein powder review page.  (Very original, I know.)

Or, if you would like more information on eating a healthy gluten free diet in general, make sure to check out Gluten Free and Fit 101 to get started!

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  1. Chloe Boggs says:

    Wow great information! This is a good chance for people who want to have an increase in protein which is gluten free! Awesome video, it discussed the overall nutritional content of the product!

  2. Erin says:

    Thanks Chloe! I’m glad you found it helpful :) Please feel free to share your personal reviews over on the Protein Powder review page as well!

  3. [...] Elberson Lyon from glutenfreefitness.com shares her review of Gaspari Nutrition’s new Myofusion Probiotic. It’s gluten-free, aspartame-free, and has no artificial colors. Plus it’s got [...]

  4. ankit says:

    thanks for the info. erin!

  5. kris says:

    I bought this for my daugther and she loved the taste, did not give her any problems and has a ton of different flavors. I will continue to get this because of the probiotics also included but just for an fyi, dymatize has gluten free protein powders too.

  6. Erin says:

    Hey Kris!

    Awesome, really glad to hear it. I’ve tried a couple flavors of the Dymatize and did not like them at all. Thanks for the reminder though!

  7. Kris says:

    Thanks for that info!! I have not tried the dymatize brand so I’ll stay with the myfusion. I’m sure the probiotics are a benefit anyway:). Have you cooked much with the powders? Could be a stupid question. … I just found your site and have not had a chance to look through too much yet?

  8. Erin says:

    Hey Kris! Yes, I have baked quite a bit with protein.
    Here’s a couple:

    http://www.glutenfreefitness.com/ridiculously-high-protein-high-fiber-gluten-free-muffin-recipe/
    http://www.glutenfreefitness.com/the-ultimate-healthier-gluten-free-chocolate-chip-cookie-recipe-for-realz/
    http://www.glutenfreefitness.com/yet-another-gluten-free-chocolate-chip-cookie-recipe-the-coco-protein-edition/

    (You can also look in the “recipes” category on the right.)

    Do NOT use Muscle Gauge protein powder. There was undeclared wheat in one of their flavors, which I reported to the FDA.

  9. Nick says:

    Thanks for your review Erin, Very helpful!

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