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... mg of cholesterol. The RDA is less than 300mg of cholesterol a day. There are different powders that have a little less protein or the same amount that have no cholesterol. They have the amino acids and othger vitamins as well. ... (12 replies)
... ps, but being that it's high in protein, you don't even have to use 4 scoops. I use two scoops, and crack a couple egg whites in it to compensate for the loss of protein with the other 2 scoops. ... (12 replies)
... This is my first time im going to be using protein powder and i'd like to know which is the best to try, considering price, flavor, digestibility, mixibility and proteins per serving. ... (12 replies)

... I considered trying protein powder for a long time, but I didn't know what to choose. I'm pretty sure that I wasn't getting enough protein in my diet through foods alone. ... (12 replies)
... Ive read a few reviews and im just wondering if Designer Whey is any good compared to ON. Also, does protein powder give you gas? ... (12 replies)
... Same here. I have been using protein powders on and off since I was 21. I am 38 now and never had an acne out break. It's possible that someone could be allergic to ingredients in powders. ... (12 replies)
... considered more of a meal replacement, but it's got quite a bit of protein. It tastes really good. It also has zero lactose, I mix it with milk. With most other protein powders, I've had trouble when mixing them with milk...maybe the lactose in the powder plus the lactose in the milk is just too much or something. ... (12 replies)
... I got my protein at Costco. It's EAS Whey Protein Chocolate flavor. I don't think it tastes too bad. I like it with milk, definitely harder to drink when made with just water... It is like 25. ... (12 replies)
... I have been using whey protein for several years and have not noticed any acne breakouts, however it could vary by the person. ... (12 replies)
... Designer is a good brand too, but it tends to be more expensive (higher price and less protein). If you can get a good deal, go for it. Whey should not give you gas unless you're unusually sensitive to dairy products. They filter most of the lactose out usually, but isolates should solve the problem if other kinds cause any issues. Local shops' prices are going to vary by... (12 replies)
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... Sorry I have never shopped at Vitamin Shoppe so I can't compare the 2. (12 replies)
... Some whey can cause breakouts, but I have not heard anything along those lines from ON whey, and it is actually the cheapest brand of whey I have found. I used to get it at DPSNutrition and get a great price (5 lb tub for something like 23 bucks). If you're looking for something at a local shop, you may have better luck at a health food stroe or supplement shop. Even stores... (12 replies)
... If you're looking to gain weight, extra calories, especially protein, is essential. If losing fat is the objective, maintaining adequate protein is the only way to prevent muscle loss while in a calorie deficit. Most any quality protein supplement fills these needs quite well. ... (6 replies)
... f snack i eat depending on what im having for meals before or after. for example if i just had cereal for breakfast, then the snack i have 2 hours later is more protein based, like cottage cheese or hard boiled eggs. ... (5 replies)




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