Tired of your average milky protein shake? SEEQ protein powder offers a solution, a juice-like protein powder with fruity flavors.
But is it worth the buy?
As a licensed nutritionist, I’ll share my honest opinion on this hot new product to see if it’s worth all the hype. I’ll go over the taste, and ingredients, and give you a better understanding of this protein to see if something you should try yourself.
Our SEEQ Protein Ratings
Should you buy it?
Overall SEEQ protein powder is a great tasting and refreshing alternative to your average protein powder. I would even go as far as to say I like it better than most protein powders on the market.
Most of the time I drink my protein shake after my workout and I like the fact it's similar to juice rather than a milky protein shake. Which is the main selling point.
The macros and dietary flexibility of this powder is better than most and I would definitely give it a try.
The biggest thing that might hold you back from buying this may be the price, but if you really don't like normal protein shakes, it's worth the extra money.
- Alines with many dietary restrictions
- Refreshing taste
- 22g of protein
- Low carbs
- 0g of fat
- Low calorie
- Artificial sweeteners and ingredients
SEEQ's best-selling protein is that it offers an alternative to traditional protein shakes that are often milky. In my opinion, they do a great job at making a good-tasting protein shake juice.
For this review, I tried their "best sellers sample pack" so I could get a taste of multiple flavors. It includes 1 watermelon wave, 1 blue razz freeze, and 1 mango pineapple.
I was a bit skeptical that it would have an overly sweet aftertaste similar to a diet soda, but I was pleasantly surprised with the taste. The flavors are what you would expect from their titles and are refreshing.
I would advise putting enough water as it can be bitter if there isn't enough. The recommended amount on the packaging is 14-16oz of water per serving.
As far as taste goes, this protein powder is better than most traditional protein shakes, especially after a sweaty workout.
SEEQ protein powders are friendly for many dietary restrictions making this a great option for many.
0g of Lactose (Does contain dairy)
Nut Allergy Safe
The macros on this protein are also great. It's low in calories (100 calories) has no fat, 1g of carbs, and no added sugars.
As far as the protein goes, it's about average. Most protein powders range from 20-30g of protein per serving and this one has 22g.
This is a great option for those looking to increase protein intake while keeping the other macros low. This protein powder is essentially a carb away from pure protein.
Overall a versatile protein powder for many different diet types.
The biggest downside to SEEQ protein powder is that the cost can be high for some. The price is about $1.80 per serving but can be 15% cheaper if you subscribe to their monthly option.
If price is your biggest buying point, you'll be better off buying some other protein powders.
SEEQ protein powder has a consistency similar to flour but is a bit grainier.
The instructions on the box say to mix it for 30 seconds and let settle for another 30 seconds. This is because the protein powder foams up after shaking it.
After waiting 30 seconds, it does swell down pretty well but still has a thin layer of foam at the top, but you don't notice much while drinking it.
Of all the times I mixed the protein, the powder mixes pretty well and you won't see too many clumps of unmixed protein. If you do see unmixed protein, it's small enough and smooth enough for you not to taste powder as you drink it.
Of the 3 flavors I tried, this is the order from best tasting to least favorite tasting in my opinion.
1. Watermelon wave
This was the best-tasting and most refreshing flavor of the ones I tried. It closely resembles a watermelon jolly rancher but less tart and sweeter.
2. Mango pineapple
This flavor is as the title describes. You taste the slightly tart mango flavor then a sweet pineapple after taste. It was very refreshing after the gym and was a close second of the pack.
3. Blue razz freeze
Most blue raspberry flavored anything is either sweet or tart. The blue razz freeze flavor was much closer to the sweet side. It was almost as sweet as a cotton candy-flavored lollipop but still refreshing.
SEEQ as advertised
SEEQ protein powder is an alternative to your traditional milky protein shake. It comes in a variety of flavors: Blue Razz freeze, mango pineapple, watermelon wave, strawberry lemonade, and fruit punch.
The macros of this protein powder are great being that it contains 22g of protein, is low-calorie, has low carbs, and has no fats.
Another plus is the dietary flexibility as mentioned before in the nutritional value section. There are a few diets that it doesn't line up with though.
This protein is NOT vegan-friendly and NOT dairy-free. Although it is lactose-free which can be helpful to many, it still does contain milk.
SEEQ is also not considered to be halal or kosher. (All of the dietary restrictions and questions are posted on their website)
Although it is sugar-free, it does contain 2 artificial sweeteners, stevia and sucralose. Stevia can cause bloating and dizziness for some while sucralose may cause inflammation in the body according to WebMD.
What kind of protein does SEEQ use?
SEEQ protein powder contains whey protein isolate. Whey isolate is known for being better for people with lactose intolerance since it filters out more lactose and sugars.
Why does SEEQ have silicone?
The silicone in this protein powder is used to help with the foaming.
Is SEEQ good for building muscle?
Yes, it can be. SEEQ contains 22g of protein and 4.5g of BCAA's which is good for muscle protein synthesis (the process of repairing and building muscle.)
While protein powders have plenty of great elements for building muscle, you still need an adequate amount of protein, proper nutrition, and a safe and effective exercise plan.
Is SEEQ good for weight loss?
Yes, it can be. This protein powder is only 100 calories and contains 0g of sugar.
While this may be true, weight loss is ultimately achieved through a calorie deficit and a proper exercise routine.
Other Protein Reviews
WebMD: Stevia - Uses, Side Effects, and More (URL)
WebMD: What to Know About Sucralose (URL)
WebMD: Difference Between Whey and Whey Isolate (URL)