recommend a good MRP for someone lactose intolerant

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  1. crucialkc

    crucialkc the earth is flat

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    i guess i'm looking for a meal replacement that uses whey isolate instead of a whey blend? no dice... any suggestions??
     
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    You can still take whey if you're lactose intollerant .

    I am lactose intollerant and i just use Lactaid milk with my shake
     
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    crucialkc the earth is flat

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    i know, but WPI doesn't have any lactose.

    this isn't for me and whey gives the guy an itchy throat
     
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    Liddy Not enough cowbell.

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    If he's allergic to the point of getting an itchy throat from whey- he's probably better off avoiding protein powder, unless it's non-milk based.
     
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    There are quite a few low latose whey proteins out there. The one I use is low, so I don't have a problem with it.

    If your lactose intollerance is really bad, there are some soy protein ones out there. Not the best choice, but they avoid the whole lactose problem.
     
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    **he's not looking for protein powder, but a meal replacement. i was talking about how i need a meal replacement that has a protein base that doesn't contain much lactose, if any. doesn't have to be whey, but i mean, seriously, 99% of MRP's have a whey protein base
     
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