Infitnitude Re:Infuser Review: Dumb Name, but Solid Product

Posted on September 30th, 2015 By Allie Lewis in Protein Powder Reviews Read Time: 12 mins.

Recently updated on September 26th, 2022 at 09:52 pm

Infitnitude Re:Infuser Whey Protein Reviews are super tricky to find, which is why I’m glad to be one of the first ones to bring you an in-depth look at this protein powder. In this Infitnitude Re:Infuser protein review you will learn every little detail about the whey protein blend. I’ll open the review by opening up to you about my day and my life just because that’s the whey that I start every review. Then I will start discussing my experience with Infitnitude Re:Infuser. Did I like it? Did I not like it? You will start to find out as I tell you all about the taste of Reinfuser protein. I was actually really surprised by this flavor and I think you’re going to be very intrigued by what I have to say about it. Following the flavor overview, we’ll chat about other important details such as the supplement facts and ingredients. How are the macros on this whey protein? Is there alot of sugar? How about fat? I’ll answer all of these questions and more. I’ll wrap things up like I always do in my review by going over the label design and overall package design. I’ve always enjoyed breaking down the aesthetics of these things, so I will look forward to this part of the Re:Infuser review. At the very very end I’ll put together a final review summary for you that takes all of the information into account and that way we can get that 10,000 foot view of Infitnitude as a whole and award a final score. So take my hand, and let me show you the whey in this Infitnitude Re:Infuser Whey Protein Review.

So here I am laying in bed thinking about Infitnitude Re:Infuser Whey protein. Is that weird? Yes. Yes it actually is. But who HASN’T laid in bed watching TV and writing a supplement review. I mean I think everyone should try it at least once in their life. So why are you laying bed writing about Infitnitude? That’s a really great question. And I think the answer to that would have to be that it’s because I had a long night. Now, let’s be mature about this. But what a night it was! I’m like. Laying here just reminiscing and it’s making me very very happy to relive it. Ugh. I’m sure nothing will come of it, but it feels really good to be with this guy. He’s so hot. ANYWAYS. That’s as in-depth as I will get on my love life. You are probably here to hear about the protein, yeah? Yeah. I thought so. So I’ll cut out the small talk and get down to business. I’ve got some great music on, my fingers are dancing across the keyboard, and I’m ready to pour my thoughts on this protein out to you. I’ll start with the flavor. 

What’s the Best Flavor of Infitnitude Re:Infuser? 

Ha. Here’s the thing. There’s just one! The one flavor of Infitnitude Re:Infuser and therefore the BEST flavor of Infitnitude Re:Infuser is the French Toast. I grabbed a full 30 day supply of this whey supplement from the companies website and was so excited to try it that I practically cut my thumb off trying to get the external wrapper off.

I finally was successful in opening the product, and so I dug in with reckless abandon. I think I even dipped a finger into the powder raw and stuck it in my mouth just because I was so eager to try it. Eventually I got myself under control and made the following recipe: 

  • 1 Handful of Ice Cubes
  • 1 1/2 Scoops of Infitnitude Re:Infuser French Toast Flavor
  • 3/4 Cup of Whole Milk
  • 1 Dash of Cinnamon
  • 1 Tsp. Coconut Oil

I know. It’s not the craziest recipe you’ve ever seen. But I thought it would make a nice recovery shake. I had just finished a pretty hardcore workout of rowing and stretching, and thought that the coconut oil, along with the fact that this is a whey supplement would make it the perfect recovery shake for me. I always feel like coconut oil and salmon are the two things that actually have the ability to help my joints recover best. And I like that since this is a super fast digesting protein, my muscles would be able to use it quickly.

The thing that I first noticed about the taste is how smooth it is. The consistency was super super good. I loved the Protizyme protein alot for this same reason. It’s like all of a sudden i’ve become very aware of the consistency of these proteins. It’s hugely important. Another thing that made me smile about this protein was that I swear it actually has a bit of a maple syrup taste. I remember when I was a kid (well, a younger one), my Mom would make us those frozen french toasts for breakfast sometimes. While it was not the healthiest breakfast around, boy oh boy was it good (yes, I just said ‘boy oh boy’ lol). But that really is what Infitnitude Re:Infuser Whey tastes like! It doesn’t exactly taste natural, but it really does taste good. That’s about what I expected this one to taste like. There is sweetness, some maple-ness, some cinnamon (amplified by the amounts that I put in), and then also also another flavor that I can’t quite place. It’s like a carmel flavor almost. It’s really quite good. I give it a 9.1 on taste. Speaking of good- how about these macros? 

Infitnitude Re:Infuser Formula Grade: 9.0

I have to give this product high marks on the formula because the breakdown is really solid. I am always looking for high protein content (above 20 grams per scoop) along with low sugar, relatively low fat. Some say that having alot of fat in your post workout can be detrimental to the way your insulin responds to the protein influx. Says the girl who literally adds pure fat (coconut oil) to her shakes. Lol. Whatever. But another thing you want to look for in a protein are some goodies, and this one strangely has some really nice add-ins. The add-ins are black pepper fruit extract, which helps with the absorption of the protein, and also huperzine A, which is a strange one, but also one of my favorite ingredients. It is usually used to assist with mental focus and clarity. Like I said, it’s an unusual add-in for a protein powder, but not necessarily unwelcome. I love being focused at all times. Here are the main stats for Infitnitude Re:Infuser from a Nutrition Facts standpoint: 

  • Calories: 130
  • Calories from fat: 15
  • Saturated Fat 1.5 g
  • Cholesterol: 67 mg
  • Carbohydrates: 4 g
  • Sugars: 3 g
  • Protein: 24 g
  • Vitamin A 26 IU

So as you can see it really does have a nice combination and ratio of protein: fat: carbs. I think that you will actually see some nice results with Infitnitude Re:Infuser because of this. You get a really strong dose of protein at 24 grams (which is actually the sweet spot for me in terms of the quantity), and then at the same time you are not getting much fat. One thing I will say is the sugar is JUST barely low enough. I would prefer 0 sugars or even 2 versus 3. But we’re nitpicking now. 

In terms of the source of the whey- It is whey concentrate, milk protein concentrate, and milk concentrate. What this means to me is that there is actually going to be some casein (the slower-digesting milk protein) in here since there is a whole milk protein source. But that is a good thing since having both fast and slow has been proven to help your muscles repair faster. That’s why I like Apollo protein. But let’s talk about the label design now, woohoo!

Infitnitude Re:Infuser Packaging Grade: 8.0

I’m going to give this protein an 8 on packaging, but frankly it should be a little lower. I’m just still in a nice mood from last night or something. Why do I dislike it? Well let’s just start with the branding itself. I’m just not crazy about Infitnitude’s branding to begin with. And since the packaging is such a direct reflection of the branding, it’s no surprise that I’m not crazy about how Reinfuser looks. First of all. The name Infitnitude is horrible. It is so hard to spell and say and comprehend that I’m really surprised this name ‘made it to Hollywood’. I mean. It’s SO bad from a branding perspective. Can you even say ‘Infitnitude’ five times fast without getting dizzy? I can’t. Can you imagine saying the company name to a friend without having them be like ‘WHAT?’ a million times? I can’t. It’s horrible. Getting into the actual aesthetic of Infitnitude Re:Infuser- I just don’t like black and orange supplements. I don’t think I can put my finger on why, but it just rubs me the wrong way for some reason. Orange seems corny and like it’s trying too hard. The other thing that this label is lacking is personality. The text and fonts and everything are really pretty well done, but there just isn’t that ‘wow’ factor that would help me relate to the product better. That’s why I’m just going to give it a ‘B’. It’s not bad though. 

Infitnitude Re:Infuser Whey Protein Review Summary: 

  • Infitnitude Re:Infuser Flavor Grade: 9.1
  • Infitnitude Re:Infuser Formula Grade: 9.0
  • Infitnitude Re:Infuser Packaging Grade: 8.0
  • Infitnitude Re:Infuser Value Grade: 8.9

At $40 for the 30 serving tub of Infitnitude Re:Infuser – this is quite a good value as far as whey formulas go. There are very few protein supplements on the market with a price point this fair- especially considering how solid this formula is. On top of that it tastes really good. Overall I’m a fan of this protein from Infitnitude. Thanks for reading my review!*


Infitnitude Re:Infuser Final Score: 8.8

Allie Lewis

By Allie Lewis

Hi, my name is Allie and reviewing products is my hobby. I am passionate about being fit and active, so making a blog about my experience with different products that help me stay healthy made sense to me. Please contact me at any time if you would like to guest post or advertise on-site.