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    Morning All,

    Trying to find a good protein powder for my wife.

    Both of us are lactose intolerant. I personally use Dymatize and ON but wife doesn't like their flavors.

    Suggestions??
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  2. I guess you'd like isolates the most. I'm using SAN Titanium Isolate (Vanilla) and it tastes good to me. I hear VPX SRO has good reviews too for their graham cracker flavor.
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  3. My favorite tasting is Isotean Chocolate
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    Believe the hype, lol. PES Select protein is good for lactose intolerant individuals, tested via my wife, and really is delicious. On sale right now as well.

    Otherwise an isolate with good reviews, a lot if isolates miss on flavouring. Isotean is worth looking at, haven't used it myself but their Protean line was A+ on taste
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  5. VPX sro CGC
    Isotean Choc
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  6. Syntrax Nectar is a whey isolate and taste very good. It exist in several flavor including fruity ones.

  7. Look into Isolate or even something like SAN RawFusion?

  8. Dymatize by far has been one of the least expensive and best tasting I have had since Syntrax. The banana nut one makes awesome pancakes.
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  9. Dymatize is awesome!

    have you tried making a real shake for her out of the protein you use? For my gf, this is what i do..it helps mask the powder taste (although i like it)

    skim milk (or almond milk, whatever), yogurt (plain), ice, fruits, protein.
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  10. isotean vanilla dream...yum, in my experience a lot of isolate products seem to be very thin and don't add much taste, i did like isotean because it had a stronger flavor than most
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  11. Thx guys. Its a gamble. Any reps out there have any sample packs U might request?
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  13. I'd give Isotean a look; solid profile with 30g of true Whey Protein and solid flavors; tons of great positive reviews all over.

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  14. Isoflex or Trutein would be good. I've only used PES Select protein twice but it doesn't seem to give me any GI issues

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  15. PES Select and Cellucor Cor Whey both clock in at under 1 gram lactose per serving and taste great

  16. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    PES Select and Cellucor Cor Whey both clock in at under 1 gram lactose per serving and taste great
    For the lactose intolerant, can we add lacatase enzymes to it to help?
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by EBF_2356 View Post
    For the lactose intolerant, can we add lacatase enzymes to it to help?
    If under 1g actually bothers you, then sure

  18. Quote Originally Posted by EBF_2356 View Post
    For the lactose intolerant, can we add lacatase enzymes to it to help?
    You are Lactose intolerant and you live in Aus..you got all kind of stuff making it hard on you to purchase supps

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  19. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post

    If under 1g actually bothers you, then sure
    Ah good

    Quote Originally Posted by mw1 View Post

    You are Lactose intolerant and you live in Aus..you got all kind of stuff making it hard on you to purchase supps
    Yeah. It sucks but meh, what can ya do...
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by EBF_2356 View Post
    what can ya do...
    Move lol?

  21. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post

    Move lol?
    Lol. It's pretty good here.

    I am however making a trip to USA one I'm finished law school so hopefully start of 2015.
    Can't wait.

    I will try and catch up with you gentleman
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    If under 1g actually bothers you, then sure
    Wasn't lactase added to Select?

  23. Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post
    Wasn't lactase added to Select?
    Yes.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    Yes.
    Therefore, lactose intolerant issues shouldn't be too prevalent with Select I would assume.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post

    Therefore, lactose intolerant issues shouldn't be too prevalent with Select I would assume.
    Correct again, my lactose intolerant wife gave it the thumbs up
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