For some strange reason I am highly allergic to whey protein as I will vomit within half hour of ingestion.
I am currently looking to bulk up, is there any other safe alternatives out there?
and yes I eat my chicken!
Tuna, lean fish is high in proteins. Jerky has some in it. Lean ground beef and such.
Almonds, nuts of any kind... uh.. im sure one of the other guys who knows more can fill you in. Good luck bro, im allergic to painkillers myself so i know the pain.
hemp protein, egg protein, soy protein... just look around a bit.
you don't really need whey if your diet is right...
SFW and GFH
You don't "need" whey but it's cheaper and convenient.
Egg protein is your best bet.
Are you lactose intolerant?
That could be part of the problem, but as listed above there are a ton of different type of protein instead of just Whey and they are all reasonably similar.
Whey Isolate is lactose free, I would look into LGs new Gemma Protein.
You could get some isolate samples from all the whey and see if that is the problem
SFW and GFH
I would go after the soy protein. High in arginine! But i dont think the lactose is the problem. ALmost all of your products are lactose free. And since your trying to bulk up i would go after the buffalo, beef, Alot more. Not so much the lean meat. You would be getting alot more fat this way. Make sure your up on your carbs and dont forget the lovely fishoil. Get good stuff not the cheap 1000 pills for 2 bucks!!!
aside from all the great food choices that have already been mentioned....fat free milk, casein powder, liquid eggs whites
if your not lactose intolerant and milk doesnt affect you negatively then it would surprise me, since the protein composition of milk protein is 80% casein and 20% whey. soy, and egg protein is great, like everyone else said. in addition, add some casein to take b4 bed; it digests at a much slower rate, so you wont be catabolic.
I like a protein powder called NitroFusion. It has more BCAAs and glutamine than whey and it contains no dairy, no soy, and no animal protein. Its a blend of brown rice protein concentrate, pea protein isolate, and artichoke protein to make a complete protein with an amino acid profile similar to human mother's milk. The taste takes some getting used to, but it is definitely hypoallergenic! Its also all natural without the artificial sweeteners or colors or flavors.
Pea protein isolate. It's amazing.
Hemp and Egg protein are great alternatives
as far as the above statements, your both right and wrong.
your right because your diet will provide you with protein,
but your wrong because the protein is inferior to wheys bioavailability.
i would do half and half between shakes and whole food.