Premium, grass-fed, whey protein isolate powder for powerful muscle growth and serious recovery.
- Enhance recovery*
- Build lean muscle mass*
- Satiety and healthy weight management*
Rich, Velvety Protein for Unshakeable Performance
Protein is essential for muscle growth, metabolism, sleep, immune function, brain health, and more—and most people aren’t getting enough.
You deserve a clean, delicious, high-protein powder that’ll build your best body from the inside out.
Introducing Kion Clean Protein. The cream of the crop of whey proteins.
Clean Protein delivers an easy-to-absorb complete protein that’s:
- Made with superior quality whey protein isolate
- From grass-fed, pasture-raised cows
- Antibiotic-free and growth hormone-free
- Virtually lactose-free
Clean Protein is also rigorously tested for mold, unhealthy bacteria, and heavy metals to ensure you’re getting the cleanest protein possible.
Each serving contains 20 grams of high-quality protein from cows that graze on healthy pastures. The result is a nutrient-dense, protein-rich whey with virtually zero lactose, carbohydrates, or milk fat.
Indulge in rich chocolate or smooth vanilla—flavored with organic natural flavors, Himalayan pink salt, and stevia. Or, opt for unflavored, for you purists out there. Clean Protein has absolutely no artificial sweeteners and 80 calories per serving.
20g of protein
Zero added sugar
Grass-Fed Whey You’ll Love to Drink
Grass-fed bovine whey protein isolate, organic natural vanilla flavor, Himalayan pink salt, stevia leaf extract, sunflower lecithin
Grass-fed bovine whey protein isolate, organic cocoa, organic natural chocolate flavor, Himalayan pink salt, stevia leaf extract, sunflower lecithin
Grass-fed bovine whey protein isolate
Questions? We have answers.
I’m lactose intolerant. Can I use Kion Clean Protein?
What’s the difference between Kion Clean Protein and Kion Aminos? Can I take both?
How should I use Clean Protein?
Is Clean Protein Gluten-Free?
Should I Take Clean Protein Daily?
Should I Take Clean Protein Before, During, Or After Workouts?