This is Bia, a protein designed specifically for women.

Bia was made for the female body. It was designed to:

  • Help your body recover after exercise
  • Regulate your metabolism throughout the day
  • Prevent and address some of the most common problems that affect females

Yes, I want to give my body what it needs to thrive!

Don't Waste Your Workout.

Bia is excellent. The best protein powder I have ever tasted, and I have tasted all of them.
— Norah B.
Bia is great! And it’s so smooth and light - I love to have it after a workout.
— Caitlyn R.

This is Bia Whey, a protein for women. Named for the Greek goddess of force and raw energy, Bia is designed to promote health, strength, and vitality.

At Bia it is our goal to help women get enough protein, daily, in order to maintain a happy healthy lifestyle. Many experts say you should consume .5 to 1 grams of protein per pound of body weight a day. After reading that you're probably thinking, "where on earth do I find the time to get that much protein?". That is where Bia comes in. It is our mission to not only provide a delicious whey protein, but one that fits into your busy schedule.

Bia, mixed with an 8 oz. glass of milk, is a shake containing 30 grams of protein, and it takes less than a minute to make. Think about it, consuming one serving of Bia is equal to eating five eggs or one chicken breast.  

Even though whey protein has often been associated with bodybuilding, it is a key supplement for overall health and well-being. One concern many women have about increasing their protein is that it will somehow make them “bulky.” This is where they're wrong. Whey protein alone will not turn someone into a body builder. Used normally, it will help muscles become stronger and leaner, without excess bulk.

Women have just as much to gain from whey as men, because protein is the only nutrient that the body doesn't store. In order to thrive, we have to consume it on a regular basis.

On top of this, humans need complete proteins, or a proper mixture of incomplete ones. Whey isolate is an ideal source of protein because it contains all nine essential amino acids, all in one place.

Whey protein has been proven to aid in the prevention and treatment of various cancers, including breast and colon cancer. 

Protein provides the building blocks for our:

  • Enzymes, which help with digestion
  • Hormones, which regulate growth and bodily systems
  • Muscle, skin, and support tissue
  • Immune system

Bia Women’s Whey Protein is designed to give women the nutrients they need to perform at their best. It has been formulated to help women address some of the most common challenges they may face, especially if they exercise regularly, including amenorrhea and osteoporosis.

Bia is meant to address all of these problems and contains:

  • Whey Protein Isolate – the highest quality protein available
  • Calcium – to promote bone health and prevent osteoporosis
  • Vitamin D – for bone health and to improve the absorption of calcium
  • Vitamin C – To enhance iron uptake and immune function

Bia is the only product of its kind. Because it is made using only whey isolate, it mixes easily and possesses a clean taste. It is a delicious and easy way to ensure that you are giving your body what it needs to be at its best.

Bia is not just for athletes. It’s for women. 


Besides the benefits mentioned above, protein is a vital part of slimming and reshaping the body, as it helps regulate metabolism and appetite, helps build muscle and burn fat, and plays a key role in managing energy. If you exercise, protein is an essential part of your recovery. If you don’t, it’s still essential in maintaining your well-being.


Our Mission

Our mission is to support and empower women. In a country where we are bombarded with unhealthy messages and unrealistic standards, Bia wants to change the conversation.

Why Bia?

There are many reasons to take a protein supplement on a regular basis, especially if you have an active lifestyle. To find out more about Bia and what it can do for you, take a look at our about page.

Our Blog

For everything from fitness advice to recipes to op eds (and some killer guest posts), check out the Bia Women Blog at the following link: