Any LACTOSE INTOLERANT brolys here?? v.whatprotein?

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  1. TheBoyWonder

    TheBoyWonder OT Supporter

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    ive been using Ultra Peptide products (i like the 2.0, not the 1.0)...and Syntha 6 which i really like.


    what about you guys? i need a good tasting chocolate-y tasting protein. thanks
     
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    I use Optimum Nutirition Gold Standard Whey and Pro Complex. Both in Chocolate. They've been fine for me.
     
  3. 4cd-Air

    4cd-Air Rape seemed like the next logical step

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    isn't Isopure made for lactose intolerant people?
     
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    Rumbaar Inherent Omniscience OT Supporter

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    I'm not, but a colleague at work is and he takes a Soy based whey. Tastes like shit and does nothing for him :big grin:
     
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    retorq What up bitch??

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    There was a protein write up in the last Muscle and Fitness ... there were a bunch like brown rice, hemp, goat, etc.
     
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    I like ON whey. They use some enzyme in their blend that makes it easier to digest by people that are lactose sensitive.

    If you're highly lactose intolerant I am not sure how it'll be though. I have a "lactose sensitivity" meaning I can eat dairy, but in moderation. Too much cheese pizza and anything over one scoop of ice cream and I feel like trash.... I can't drink milk either.

    ON has been great for me though.
     
  7. 4cd-Air

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    wut
     
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    I can't even look at a cow without getting diarrhea. :wtc:
     
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    A decent portion of milk will give me gas and a stomachache but whey doesn't do anything to me :dunno: ... i love dymatize
     
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    Muscle Milk
     
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    Muscle milk natural - chocolate

    The other problem you may experience with most protien shakes is not the lactose, but all the fake sugars. Try the muscle milk natural with some lactose free milk (lactaid). Expensive but much better.
     
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    LG Sciences has a protein powder made from peas.
    I tried Power Whey by Bio-X and it's like lactose free.
     
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    I'm super lactose intolerant and have used both whey protein and some other shit my Dad just bought me. I've never had any problems. I didn't think there was any lactose, and I always scan all the labels of stuff I eat.

    On a side note, I've learned to scan drinks that have added calcium for "calcium lactate" as it upsets my stomach. That might help you somehow. :hs:
     
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    The Great Deceiver 21st Century Schizoid Man

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    Aren't there pills you can take for lactose intelorance?
     
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    everyone's a lil lactose intolerant
     
  17. Thoth

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    i used ON but now use horleys, uses sucralose not acesulfame potassium like the ON

    horleys is a NZ brand, tastes pretty good and mixes well, doesnt upset my stomach like the ON

    im not lactose intolerant, just sensitive to fake sugers. aspartame is a BIG no no
     
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    There are, but they only work while you're eating. Once the pills (like Lactaid) hit your stomach, they get dissolved.

    Yeah, eventually everyone loses their ability to digest lactose. Most of the world can't drink milk, it's only people who have generations of cow domestication.
     
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    Coming from a family of Canadian farmers :wavey:
    I love milk I don't know how people can live without it.
     
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    :werd: lol idk what i would do if i couldnt have dairy products.

    especially trying to put on weight milk is :bowdown:
     
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    ere buddy poops
     
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