Protein shake for those who cant have milk + whey?

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    Protein shake for those who cant have milk + whey?


    What do you suggest?
    soy tastes like sh*te, but a friend of mine cant take whey shakes

    any personal experience with any alternatives?

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    ON egg protein tastes decent. A little bit of an egg aftertaste, but I've had much worse.
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    Water works fine with me.

    Or coffee and ice in a blender with chocolate or mocha whey. Mmmmm
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    4 raw eggs
    1 cup water
    flavor to taste ( vanilla extract, cocoa powder + stevia,fruit, etc)
    mix/blend til smooth
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow
    Water works fine with me.

    Or coffee and ice in a blender with chocolate or mocha whey. Mmmmm
    he can't have milk or whey

    second the ON egg or dymatize egg is good too.
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    How about a vegan plant protein blend? My mother uses them and I like it. Its primarily hemp protein. It is a complete amino profile, i think the only drawback is the soy content.
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    What about almond milk with hemp or beef protein??
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    Is he lactose intolerant? Whey isolate will help that. You need to find out why he can't have it for us to help a little more
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow View Post
    How about a vegan plant protein blend? My mother uses them and I like it. Its primarily hemp protein. It is a complete amino profile, i think the only drawback is the soy content.
    I second this and some studies are changing there thoughts on if there are draw backs to soy protein
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaNkD Up View Post
    Is he lactose intolerant? Whey isolate will help that. You need to find out why he can't have it for us to help a little more
    Curios about this my wife is lactose intolerant and can't take any Whey.
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    He could try carnivore. It's beef protein isolate. I have used it multiple times and I really like it. The chocolate flavor tastes really good with water too.
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    Look it up. I'm lactose in tolerate and whey isolate helps me. I use isology from trunutrion try it , its good stuff
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    Use a vanilla flavored egg protein powder and blend with ice and orange juice. Tastes like an orange julius!
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