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Daionic protein shake review

New protein shake, called Daionic, comes from a family run and award-winning dairy farm in the West Wales countryside.

THIS new protein shake, called Daionic, comes from a family run and award-winning dairy farm in the West Wales countryside.

It’s owned by farmer Laurence Harris, who was a finalist in the 2006 BBC Farmer of the Year AwardDaionic protein shake review ingredients - Adventure52 magazines. He started a company called Trioni in 2002 to sell fresh and long life organic dairy.

He’s now come up with a milk-based protein shake, called Daionic, with some help from Pro Athlete Supplementation Ltd (PAS). The name Daionic is a mix of the words ‘Dairy’ and ‘Organic’.

We’ve been sent chocolate and strawberry bottles to try and they certainly don’t have any of the chemical-type taste you often have with protein shakes. This is really surprising as each bottle of Daionic has more protein than any other sports nutrition drink on the market – 36g of protein per 330ml bottle. But it’s because a lot of that protein figure comes from the organic semi-skimmed milk that’s mixed in with the whey protein. The end result is that it tastes more milk shake than protein shake.

Even better is that there is no added sugar or aspartame (but it does have sucralose) and it’s only £2.49 a bottle.

Available at gyms nationwide and online at:

www.pasonline.co.uk

About the author: Dan Tye

Dan came up with the idea for Adventure 52 after realising there wasn't a single publication focusing on adventure. He has been a pilot in the RAF, a ski instructor and has spent the past 12 years as journalist for motorcycling, flying and adventure magazines.