Chaos and Pain is an Alabama-based company founded by ex-student Jamie Lewis, who was later joined by business partner Wayne Banks. The Cannibal range of supplements was inspired by Lewis’s interest and defence of cannibalism as a protein source which then led to him devising bodybuilding supplements high in vitamins, amino acids, and stimulants. The cannibal stuff and the company name all looks a bit teenage to us, but this is a legitimate company with plenty of products.
Behind the crazy looking website and advertising style, Chaos and Pain Cannibal Kraken Whey is a pretty basic whey protein supplement. It contains a blend of whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate so it probably will work as well as most other supplements on the market, but there is really nothing special about it to justify the rather high price. The advertising style is horror inspired and different, but when it comes down to the actual product it all seems to be a case of style over substance.
The only active ingredient is whey protein and this should be safe for most people, unless you have any sensitivity to milk or are lactose intolerant. However potential side effects may include; increased bowel movements, abdominal cramps, thirst, bloating, gas, nausea, headaches, and fatigue.
Cannibal Kraken Whey is expensive when compared to similar products on the market. At the time of writing it only seems to be on sale from the Chaos and Pain website where 1 x 5lbs tub (approximately 72 servings) costs $69.99. You can quite easily find discount codes online though, so you’ll probably never have to pay full price.
You can choose your flavour at the point of sale. These are; Strawbloody Cheesecake, Carnivorous Chocolate, Honey Graham Reaper, Pumpkin Head Latte, and Vanilla Bean Dream Team.
It is hard to pick through the product information because of all the nonsense about Krakens, monsters, and cannibals but leaving that aside, Cannibal Kraken Whey is touted as being a preventative for serious medical conditions such as cancer, HIV, and hepatitis. This is no joke, and is in contravention of legislation which prevents supplement sellers from making unproven medical claims like this.
The supplement itself is not bad. It is a very basic whey protein supplement, so it should work for muscle building and fat loss if you use it correctly to support a training regime. However, it seems extremely overpriced for such a basic product, and we really cannot see the point of spending good money on such an inferior looking supplement when you could get much better value elsewhere.
Chaos and Pain supplements do come with some gothic novelty appeal, but there is no independent feedback for Cannibal Kraken Whey and no hard details about the supposed 100% money-back guarantee.
In our opinion, this supplement looks more like a damp squib (or damp squid in this case) than a powerful Kraken, so we do not recommend Chaos and Pain Cannibal Kraken Whey to our readers.
Cannibal Kraken Whey is a whey protein powder devised for bodybuilders. It comes in a range of horror inspired flavours, so you can choose between Strawbloody Cheesecake, Carnivorous Chocolate, Honey Graham Reaper, Pumpkin Head Latte, and finally the more innocuous sounding Vanilla Bean Dream Team.
Whey protein is a complete protein meaning it contains all nine essential amino acids that the body requires but cannot manufacture. Bodybuilders looking to build muscle but not fat need to supplement these vital nutrients as fuel for their muscles and to repair the damage caused by an intensive training regime.
This supplement is based on Whey Protein Concentrate and Whey Protein Isolate, and delivers 24g of protein per 29g serving.
Both these types of whey protein have their advantages; whey protein concentrate is the least processed form, and is rich in natural fats and carbs. Whey protein isolate is more purified and contains more protein per weight, having had most of the fats and carbs filtered out. Many experts believe that a blend of these types is effective.
Despite the hype, Cannibal Kraken Whey does not contain any additional ingredients. We found this a bit disappointing after the theatrical nature of the advertising, that seemed to suggest that this whey protein supplement was really something special.
Chaos and Pain is the company behind this supplement. It was founded by two bodybuilding friends Jamie Lewis and Wayne Banks, who have come up with some pretty wacky advertising. The Cannibal range of products was supposedly inspired by cannibal tribes around the world, who were (apparently) renowned for their strength and ferocity.
Other Cannibal supplements in the range include fat burner Cannibal Carnage, Cannibal Carna, a BCAA supplement, and Cannibal Riot. You are advised that Cannibal Kraken Whey can be stacked with these other products.
The product advertising takes off on a flight of fancy but it does make a change to see such imaginative copywriting, even if it does not make much sense.
Were we all massive, mythical Kraken that would be no problem- we’d just rip apart a passing ship and eat its occupants. ….. This is where Cannibal Kraken rises out of the mists and brings its brutality to your kitchen- five pounds of amazing-tasting, ultra high quality whey isolate and concentrate that will allow you to quickly and easily consume the protein you desperately need to fuel your gains.
Giant squid? Brutality in the kitchen? Really? The famous nursery rhyme saw little Miss Muffat eating her curds and whey, so we cannot see much that is brutal about whey, or anything relevant in any way to giant squid.
The advertising explains the use of the two types of whey protein.
Whey protein is generally considered the best of all of the powdered proteins one could eat, no matter if it is isolate or concentrate. Both have their own unique qualities, but no matter which you are consuming, you get the following benefits from supplementation with whey:
These are outlined as:
There is no evidence that this is true. Cannibal Kraken Whey will not help you beat cancer, HIV, Hepatitis, or any of the other claims. It is just nonsensical like much of the other advertising on the product website.
Cannibal Kraken Whey is a whey protein supplement. So like other Whey protein supplements on the market it may help you if you are trying to build muscle, and are looking for a convenient Shake that you can drink after your workout to aid recovery and muscle growth.
However, this is a very basic looking whey protein supplement. It is not particularly strong with only 24g of protein per serving.
This supplement probably will work if you use it correctly and enjoy the flavours, but there is nothing very special about it.
It certainly will not help you beat cancer, HIV, or Hepatitis as claimed.
Cannibal Kraken Whey is a protein powder. Serving size is equal to one 29g scoop which you add to water or milk.
The individual quantities of the blended proteins are not specified, but add up to 24g of protein per serving.
The nutritional information is as follows:
Whey protein is safe for most people, but it can cause potential side effects including;
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding.
The only customer reviews we could find for Cannibal Kraken Whey were posted on the official Chaos and Pain website, so we have no idea of knowing whether they are genuine or if negative comments have been filtered out.
A user called Chainsaw King posted that,
This protein banged my mom. Seriously. And you know the funny thing? I didn’t so much mind. It’s sturdy, tough, good in a pinch, great in crisis situations and hella tasty………” we guess this means he likes the supplement.
Other comments include,
I’ve tried other protein products and this one is the best hands down. Definitely gonna come back for more
I’ve been taking this protein supplement after workouts and on days I can’t get all my meals in…..It mixes the best…no chalky mouth feel, no overly fake taste and the results are awesome…
According to the terms and conditions, Chaos and Pain do offer a 100% money-back guarantee, but there are no further details how you go about claiming a refund.
We suggest contacting the company via email at [email protected] or by the phone number posted on the website: 855 798 6039
Cannibal Kraken Whey only seems to be available direct from the official Chaos and Pain website. Although some Chaos and Pain supplements are available via Amazon USA, at the time of writing this supplement is not. However Chaos and Pain do ship overseas, so this supplement is available to customers outside the USA as well as US buyers.
Cannibal Kraken Whey is widely advertised from small sites who are obviously taking part in affiliate marketing (where a website receives a payment for leading buyers to a site), so it does have reasonably high profile online.
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