Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by DagoRcR, Sep 1, 2006.
Ive used ON for a year or so and want to try something new. Suggestions?
currently i am using syntax nectar (carribean cooler) and i dont think anything could taste better than this. 23g protein per scoop, 90 calories. it's pretty expensive though, i think it was around 30 for 2lbs.
the only good whey, is dead whey
dymatize berry blast is pretty good
ast sports isolate is what i have. i like it
The best Whey I've ever tasted is Overdrive Watermelon from Gearman Nutrition.
How many flavors have you tried? I've tried Fuzzy Navel, apple ecstacy and strawberry kiwi, and out of those strawberry kiwi was by far the best.
this is the first that i've tried, normally i just buy ON because it's cheap but i got a gift card and got this with it...i might try another flavor of this next though, this shit is good.
I just order 2 lbs of strawberry kiwi nectar
Can anyone recommend some good non-whey protein for bulking?
(allergic to whey, and i have 10lbs in my house)
If you're intolerant to lactose you can try a whey isolate, if you're really allergic to whey there's casein, rice protein or soy if you're not affraid of it.
Dymatize Chocolate, Higher Nutrition Chocolate. AllTheWhey is supposed to be pretty good, that is what I'll be ordering when my current supply runs out.
Milk is made up of whey and ______?
He said he was allergic to whey, not milk or lactose. Whey is not casein so he might not be allergic to casein, hence the suggestion.
If you're allergic to whey you're lactose intolerant
No, you're not. It means you're allergic to LACTOSE. Which is why it's called lactose intolerant, not whey intolerant.
can't go wrong there
i am not lactose intolerant, i am literally allergic to milk and whey. i just got the bloodwork done last week. i still take whey/drink milk but i am going to have to start toning it down as allergies can expand in their magnitude.
yea, i know, im already stocking up on chicken breast. at least i get to eat a lot of hamburgers and steaks
look up lactose intolerance, it is a matter of lacking an enzyme to break down lactose.
allergies are completely different, they are reactionary to proteins