whats the best lowest fat protein to use while cutting? dont say lg sciences liptropic it taste like sand....im lookin for generally good taste, and not too much fat, im onnow
Check up on protein factory. So far I have not found better quality and better pricing than them. For the record I enjoyed LG sconce protein very much. Just saying.
Well, the cleanest protein source would be hydrolysate. But the price tag is just horrible so its not worth it IMO. I like Myofusion and use it most of the time.
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cant beat good ol gold standard
protein factory does look pretty solid, fair pricing, just dont know what to go with really.....the lipotropic i had when LG first released it i gave away after 2 shakes bc i couldnt drink it, and the guy i gave it to gave it away again bc he couldnt
gold standard tastes really good, not sure what ur price range is but i get a 10 pound bag every few months for between 80-100 bucks, best to shop around look at what sites have sales going on at the time, i tend to use boddybuilding.com and vitacost.com
has anyone seen any difference in fat loss while using protein with bcaas or bcaas on the side? or if youve seen differences in both which one worked better?
i dont think that bcaas directly relate to fat loss, i do know that bcaas help slow down the accumulation of fat cells on your body, but bcaas are gona help you recover more quickly from your workouts so you can hit it just as hard the next day with out your soreness holding you back
I like Trutein.
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im not able to post links so if you go to the anabolicminds main page and scroll down you will see the study saying bcaas slow fat growth
Either ON platinum whey or ISO pure
Are you trying to keep your carbs low? If so, Species Isolyze is pretty darn good in vanilla peanut butter. If carbs aren't a concern then trutein, Gaspari myofusion, or iforce protean (red velvet is awesome)
Look into Beverly International Ultimate Muscle Protein.
You will see minimal progress supplementing with BCAAs vs. not. It is going to be your ultimate overall caloric-intake/macros that determine the success of your cut.
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altho, a powder shouldn't be the thing you focus on when cutting.
much more important is your overall caloric intake, and macro ingestion.
ie - if the rest of your diet was suitable, then you could prolly use syntha in a cut just fine.
too much is made of specific brand when cutting.
simply look for one with low fat, low carbs, and quality protein complex.
if you are using bcaas and the rest of your diet is in line, that's a great recipe for lean muscle building.
guy was quick to parrot that info..
just go ahead and shred your plans of a budget if contemplating utilizing their products.
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I vote Isopure Whey Isolate (50 grams protein and no carbs or fat per 2 scoops).... also bulk Luecine. Both are low cal with no carbs or fat in them, just protein/BCAA, and the are the highest of quality. This should all be of concern if dieting/cutting...most of the "protein powders" have WAY too many carbs in them... Isopure is VERY expensive though, which is a drawback. I use it PWO only at 2 scoops (also 25g Leucine separately), then use something else on off days. Egg protein with no carbs added, or something comparable.