When To Use
Keto Whey Protein That Supports Your Muscles
Don't get enough protein? This can limit your workout results. Use Keto Whey to help you recover after the gym and see the results you are working towards.
A Filling Keto Protein Powder Meal Replacement
Need a filling, grab-and-go meal? Just add Keto Whey to your water or almond milk for a protein shake that will hold you over until your next meal.
Deliciously Flavored, Clean, and Keto-Approved Whey Protein
Keto Whey tastes amazing and is made with 100% clean, keto-friendly ingredients. No fillers. No nitrogen spiking. Just real, grass-fed whey isolate.
Every ingredient pulls its weight.
Isolate Whey is a version of whey protein that has been further filtered to remove as much lactose as possible.
MCTs are a unique type of fatty acid found in coconut oil that is metabolized quicker than the typical fats we get in our diet.
MCTs provide a boost in ketones to help support support mental clarity and focus.
Stevia is a plant derived sweetener that is 200 times sweeter than sugar and low-calorie.
Trusted by health leaders
Luis Villasenor KetoGains
“The Perfect Keto Whey protein shake has all the high quality ingredients I was looking for!!! Whey, MCT oil and even a bit of sodium from all natural sources are the perfect mix for an incredible training session.”
Matt Clemente LCHF Fella
“I wanted to preserve as much lean muscle mass as I could on keto, I tried all the whey products and they all caused bloating until I was introduced to Perfect Keto's Whey Protein. It mixes easy in my coffee and in my post workout shake.”
“Six Pack Abs is a huge fan of Perfect Keto's Whey Protein. It's a super high quality grassfed Whey protein.”
Recipes Using Keto Whey Protein
Yes. As long as it’s whey protein isolate, it contains only a small number of carbs per serving, making it a keto-friendly choice.
Our keto whey protein is great for low-carb dieters because it’s not just high in protein (15 grams per serving), but it also provides medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) which are healthy fats.
Taking a protein shake on keto is definitely fine. In fact, if you’re trying to optimize your protein intake, drinking a shake can help.
People who workout to lose weight or build muscle can have it before or after an exercise session — or as a convenient meal replacement if they’re too busy to cook a meal or don’t have enough time to eat a full meal.
Yes. Protein powders, in general, promote weight loss because of their high protein content which increases your satiety.
Research shows that compared to casein and soy protein, whey protein has the greatest effect on reducing hunger[*]
What makes keto protein powder better than regular protein powders is that it uses ingredients that will help keep you in ketosis while also giving you more energy.
Examples of these ingredients are medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) and stevia.
The short answer is no. A common misconception is that protein kicks you out of ketosis, due to a process called gluconeogenesis— and this is why some people fear protein on keto.
The fact is that gluconeogenesis makes ketosis possible since some cells in your body rely only on glucose for survival.
No. In fact, you need about 0.8-1 gram of protein per pound of body weight.
The more active you are, the more protein your body needs for optimal function and recovery.
Simply blend one serving of keto protein powder with water or with low-carb milk (such as almond milk). If you like, you may also incorporate our protein powder into your recipes such as brownies and pancakes.
Yes, our protein comes from 100% grass-fed cows and is a protein isolate, stripped of casein and lactose, so it should be safe even for those with lactose intolerance.
We encourage everyone to make real food nutrition the foundation of their diet however, Perfect Keto Whey can make for an incredible meal replacement when someone is short on time and on the go.
Perfect Keto Why is processed through cold microfiltration and ultrafiltration membrane technology. This is superior because it does not denature the protein.
The main difference between Collagen & Whey protein is their amino acid content. One is not better than the other as they both provide your body with the benefits that different amino acids profiles provide. Collagen supplementation can be incredibly beneficial for your digestive system, hair, skin, nails and connective tissue.
However, whey protein can provide huge benefits in the way of muscle growth & lean muscle preservation when in a calorie deficit.