Grams of protein per serving? Minimum being what 20,22,26gr?
Extras? Creatine, DAA, NO
Price per pound?
Flavor? Which is the most popular?
That the title says:
XF 2.0 or iForce Protein.
Other than that, how many carbs (if I wanna keep them under my direct control) , protein sources (Whey , Blend, egg whites or beef) , that it has no needless extras las creatine or DAA or stuff like that...That it is cheap (or cheaper) and it tastes good.
Other than that...if I am gonna go for Price per pound I'll take steak, salmon, lobster, shrimp and venison over powders ANY day of the week/year.
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Example if I have a protein that's serving size is 45g but only has 20g of protein per serving well then wth lol
I like my protein at 30g serving size of total ingredients with 28g of protein
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Price, taste, protein content.
There are certain benefits from different kinds of protein and recently have been taking in blends of protein if im not prepping for a show. If im prepping i like to use isolates because the the macros are awesome and usually get a good amount of protein per scoop. I will first look at the type of protein, grams of fat, carbs, calories. Grams of protein isnt a huge deal to me like the other things i have stated. Has to mix well, and taste good of course.
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Quality, price, serving size, taste.
First thing I look for is the scooper
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