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TACDGB Posts: 6,130
2/17/13 10:22 P

I've used 6 star I got a walmart. It tasted real good...

DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,583
2/17/13 7:39 P

If you are eating within your SP protein range, there is really no benefit to a protein powder supplement. First thing....are you sure you need it??

SP Dietitian Becky

ZJAMEZ Posts: 84
2/17/13 6:58 P

We like Gold Standard 100% Whey Protein, from Vitamin Shop. Not cheap but it does the trick. Sometimes I mix it with water and have a fruit or veggie for mid morning snack. When I am at home, I use the blender and add nf milk and a banana for a meal replacement. Yummie. You can also use it the same way, with other fruits as well. emoticon

LUCKYNUMBER23 SparkPoints: (10,822)
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Posts: 437
2/17/13 6:29 P

I use a hand mixer. I also use milk not water and put some fruit in it.

HARLOW10 Posts: 379
2/17/13 6:20 P

Hey all, I am looking for advice on protein powder. Initially, when I started using it, I was using the Body Fortress brand that you can get in places like Wal-mart, but I didn't really care for the taste. So I started Jillian Michael's brand and loved it, only to find out that no one is selling it anymore (apparently it was discontinued?) Anyway, does anyone have some good suggestions for protein powder out there? There are so many different brands and types, I'm beyond confused and would like something healthy. Thanks.

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