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09-07-2013, 11:34 PM
. Cheap as hell.
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09-08-2013, 09:39 AM
I've been using Bluebonnet or Jay Robb whey protein isolate for years. I've consistently experienced bad stomach bloating and have been searching for the cause for months now. I was selected to log MAN Sports' PF3 and dropped the protein powder for this. In 2 weeks I'm noticing the stomach bloat is decreasing and I feel much better. So, it seems that I may have an issue taking whey isolate (I know I have a lactose intolerance). Decided from here out to only use BCAAs and real food protein.
09-08-2013, 11:09 AM
sounds like you might be lactose intolerant. try finding a protein which has little or no lactose and you will feel much better. some of the better products use probiotics and such as part of the formula.
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09-08-2013, 12:16 PM
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09-08-2013, 12:20 PM
No matter how much protein I eat I don't get gassy or bloated. Most of my bloat always comes from carbohydrate sources.
Proteins with fiber sol-2. Cause me the most discomfort.
Other proteins with the same ingredient panel and no fiber sol-2 cause no issue
I'd highly recommend looking into your fat and carb sources first
09-08-2013, 12:29 PM
I'd 1) Assess if you may be eating too much protein 2) Determine if maybe you have an intolerance to something in your current intake.
I pretty much always use a probiotic (Gut Health) and have had some success with NOWs Digestive Enzymes (can't remember the exact product).
How much protein and from what sources do you normal get it from?
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09-08-2013, 02:02 PM
6 lbs of chicken for 18-21 dollars.
There's a **** load of protein in this.
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09-08-2013, 02:44 PM
Just out of curiosity what is everyone's opinion on an "ok" amount of daily whey incase I do grab some chicken breast to substitute for it?
09-08-2013, 02:48 PM
But I'm dieting and have no problem hitting my protein plus I like to chew my calories. Keeps me much fuller
Plus most proteins are garbage now and loaded with stupid ****
If you go protein I think oxy elite is a great one. I also happen to like trutein and pro complex. Vitamin shoppe pro 24 ain't bad either
But try trader joes they have a cooked 4 pack of chicken/turkey sausage that's like 40g fat and 84 protein per pack and they come cooked and not to expensive
09-08-2013, 03:02 PM
I'll have to say, the less I have supplement shakes for protein and eat whole foods instead, I can notice a big difference in body comp. I wasn't a believer in this before but I've changed my Outlook. Anything with a digestive enzyme complex built in would be a good start but experimenting with different types ie whey, casein, egg could possibly reveal an intolerance you have with a particular source.
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