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Thread: Protein Powder

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    Power Poster solstice3's Avatar
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    I use unflavored whey protein when I make smoothies. I buy it at a local health food store. (Not one of those chains)

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    you can make your own whey protein with yogurt, just strain all the liquids out, and the liquids are whey. I make mine with a cheese cloth. the yogurt tastes really good afterwards too.

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    I use ....ISOPURE... can get flavored or plain... never had a taste i could tell.. and i do use it often.. in my low carb cooking get it on amazon but it lasts a long time...

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    You can purchase protein powder at Walmart in the drug store area & Meringue Power there where they have the Wilton cake supplies or any craft store in the same area . Two Tablespoons of Meringue Powder equals 1 egg white . It is also used to make Buttercream icing . Haven't heard anything negative about egg whites yet .

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    I use whey protein powder. I chose it over soy only because at the time I had mold in my house and it helps kill the mold that could be in my system. I talked to my specialist and he said either soy or whey were good. If you have a health food check with them. I buy mine at the military exchange, so much cheaper than the health food store. I'd just research them. I try to only buy vanilla because then I can change the flavor to anything that I want. They didn't have it this time so I got cookies n cream, close enough to vanilla
    Judy

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