Alex Rogers here, and I'm a supplement manufacturing expert. I've been making protein just as long if not longer than Nutra Bio.
#1. JYM is violating federal regulations by simply listing a ZERO in the supplement facts panel. It is against FDA regs to list ZERO"s in the supplement facts panel. Technically the FDA can give him a 483 warning letter and force him to change his label.
#2. JYM is not the ONLY brand NOT doing proprietary blends. A small brand in NJ called Apollan Gym is doing proprietary blends as well as my own brand.
#3. Nutra Bio is dead accurate on its protein label. I have examined it and so has my head of FDA compliance.
#4. Nutra Bio and Jym both talk a lot and quite frankly who gives a shit. All that matters is one thing and one thing only, NEITHER which each company did. SHOW ME THE FUCKING THIRD PARTY LAB analysis, which is REQUIRED by LAW!!! It is in the 111's. that all dietary supplements BEFORE release into commerce must verify through a third party, what is on the label is in the bottle. It is as simple as that. NOT from the contract packager, which companies like to fool consumers with to ACT like they conducted a 3rd party test but really didnt. Tests cost money...thousands of dollars. Now Nutra Bio says he has over 300 SKU's. I would suspect that he probably spends $500,000 on tests per per.
#5. JYM can escape this mess he created for himself, simply by labeling his protein as a food and give it a nutrition facts panel like Optimum Nutrition.
#6. By law all supplement companies must have a Standard Operating Manual. I would suspect Nutra-Bio has one but I'd like to see the SOP manuals from both companies. On a side note I did a video where I show in that video my SOP manual.
Bottom line. before you buy ANY dietary supplement, ask to see the third party lab analysis. its a federal law.