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Due to some allergies (eggs) and some protein sources bing too harsh on my stomach (beef, but also chicken) I've decided to switch to some form of milk protein. So far i have the following to choose from:

 

1- https://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/horleys-protein-hit-low-carb-chocolate-fudge-12-x-420ml/22816379

 

2- https://www.anchor.co.nz/product/protein-plus/

 

any further suggestions would be welcome. from the looks of those two products, the first one seems to have a lot less sugar than the anchor one

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Hi Mike,

 

Why are you choosing milk, as opposed to a whey protein powder? Those ready-to-drink products cost significantly more, and give you much less protein.

 

More importantly for you, if you're prone to allergies, be careful about having too much milk. It contains a lot of lactose, which could cause problems for you. Even a standard whey protein has filtered out most of the lactose - and almost all of it is removed in a whey isolate.

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i guess its a taste issue foremost. I seem to handle milk just fine but whey protein powder has a smell that puts me off and i've tried several with little success. maybe if i tried casein instead it might be better?

 

good point about the allergies. i guess i dont have many/limited options.

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1 hour ago, jimmybro1 said:

Tried pea protein? or getting your protein from vegetable sources? 

 

-Black beans

-Chick Peas

-Nuts 

-Nutolene 

 

 

Where do you get Nutolene from?

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i think i can do peanut butter yeah. that should go well with the whey protein.

 

cant do beans due to taste and texture. chick peas I can but probably over-indulge on them so have to limit the portion

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On 21/09/2017 at 11:04 PM, Mike250 said:

I seem to handle milk just fine but whey protein powder has a smell that puts me off

Really? And you're sure it's not the flavourings that have been added that you don't like? What have you tried?

 

Again, it might be worth trying a whey isolate protein. It's a lot more "watery" than the standard whey concentrates - it certainly has a lot less taste, and probably has less smell too.

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On 25/09/2017 at 10:36 PM, Pseudonym said:

Really? And you're sure it's not the flavourings that have been added that you don't like? What have you tried?

 

Again, it might be worth trying a whey isolate protein. It's a lot more "watery" than the standard whey concentrates - it certainly has a lot less taste, and probably has less smell too.

 

i'm going for casein. i like baking so i'll use it mostly for just that. i think it might some of the flavourings that are putting me off as you said. 

 

https://www.sprintfit.co.nz/product/2767/cellucor-cor-performance-casein

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On 29/09/2017 at 7:57 AM, FatGig said:

Im going to try some of the just protein.Has anybody had a go with any of that Newzealand protein?

Only tried the salted caramel NZ Protein, it was sweet but very nice.

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My mate dosnt like gluten and is a bit of a hippie and he drinks this he said it dosnt give him a sore gut or indagestion he gave me a bag to try i dont think its much differnt from most others

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And i brought this one awhile back the white one tastes a bit better but this says its ment to have no antibiotics or hormones etc.Its about $45 for a 1kg bag and that other stuff is about $60 for .750g.If something worked for you it might be worth paying the extra.I havnt taken either of them for long enough to really give much of an opinion though just a couple ideas

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