My brother claims the whey is hurting his stomach because of lactose. How much is there precisely per scoop?
"The whey" is a very vague term.
What kind of Whey does he have?
EDIT: This thread might be useful to you.
Whey Protein Isolate Facts:
* 25 g protein
* 28.4 g serving size
* zero ion exchange
* zero fat * less than 1g lactose
* superior amino acid profile and BCAA's
* highest PER (protein efficiency ratio)
* highest NPU (net protein utilization)
* easily digested
* more protein by gram than any other
* supports muscle repair and recovery
* 16 servings per pound
* no trans fats* gluten free
* safe for lactose intolerants
I've purchased 105lbs of ATW Isolate, the only one I can take up to 10 servings a day and not notice any stomach problems, gotta be something else man.
If he still thinks its the whey iso (which I highly doubt) have go down to his local health store and pick up some lactase enyzme and take it with every shake. Its very cheap ($5-7 per bottle), and I'm sure that will clear up any lactose intolerance issues, if that is the problem.
Isolate shouldn't be affecting him at all unless its the flavoring system?? Tell him to try it in water maybe its the mixture of whey and soy milk?
I also suspected the flavoring systems were the culprit in some of the isolates that have bothered me. I guess we were on the same page brotha. Thanks for the reply
I ordered some All The Whey protein from Nutraplanet and I'm having a lot of trouble with them. It's been a week since the order and the order hasn't even shipped yet. They told me All The Whey had been not cooperating... has anyone else had any issues with them?
Where ya been the last year? Ship times have been perfect son.
Just to follow up, I tried the Cupcake ATW Isolate. Taste is very good (although I'm not picky usually) and it does NOT irritate my stomach at all. It's a good product and I will buy it again in the future