What do you think about this? Is it an usefull addition to one's protein diet to vary a little protein source and maybe avoid developping dairy protein allergy?
I don't see a problem with it they're typically more expensive, but if you want to mix it up and get like a raw protein powder than go for it.
protein is great. I have allergy to whey and use pea instead.
The issue with plant protein/vegan protein is that the protein sources used is ubiquitous in the modern food supply. Whey however is not. So from a purely logical POV, it doesn't make sense to go out of ones way to pay extra money for something that we already have abundant and cheap access to in the first place.
Up to the customer though, it's their money.
plant protein doesn't have as high of a absorbant rate as whey or meat protein does.
Unless I was vegan I wouldn't touch it
I'm on 100g of carbs/day...in other words, ATM, I am not a very happy person :/
A great deal of "plants" or herbs used for nutritional purposes contain Beta-Sitosterol; good for your prostate, eventually sags your DHT levels though. Soy definitely can have feminizing effects at high doses, low doses not so much. Generally you should stick with HQ proteins, get yourself an omelet in the morning with a protein shake and then have a nice peppered steak sub for lunch. Something to that effect.
Some good points here. Thank you. Maybe I'll try it one day just to change a little as I use whey for years and really enjoy it
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