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    Hi everyone,

    I have a client who has an allergy to seafood and reacts badly to all whey protein products.

    She can't supplement with fish oil tablets or eat seafood so wondering how she could get her omega 3 fatty acids?

    No being able to eat fish or supplement with protein makes it incredibly hard to mix up her diet -

    Does anyone have any suggestions


    Thanks in advance.

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    Muscle Meds carnivor for protein and flax seed for omega 3?
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    Ill check out the carnivore.


    What are some ways I get the flax into your diet? I put it in protein shakes but not sure how else I would?
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    I've used it as I would fish oil. You can take it as pill or simply add it to the shakes.

    The carnover is good. It's foamy. But it's beef isolate protein so a couple of my friends with issues with whey take it with no problem.
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    Okay great ill have a look - thanks
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    Your welcome
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    She could also try egg white protein.
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    she is allergic to all fish? Sure it isnt just shellfish?
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    Flax seed oil would be my best guess too. I think she will react well to this. And you can also cook with it. Similar to coconut oil. Or mct oil. Carnivore is a good product but it's a little pricey.
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    Pricey is true. I just recommend that one bc if you can eat steak you can take it lmao

    But hemp protein maybe something else to look at although its not great in my opinion
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleGauge1 View Post
    Flax seed oil would be my best guess too. I think she will react well to this. And you can also cook with it. Similar to coconut oil. Or mct oil. Carnivore is a good product but it's a little pricey.
    Wouldn't the heat damage this oil?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pixiethree View Post

    Wouldn't the heat damage this oil?
    Yes. Don't cook with it.
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    Thought so
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