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SAMOMOF3
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8/25/13 8:47 A

To DOE1164,

I use Isoflex (whey protein isolate) which you can buy online at Vitaminshoppe. It is a bit expensive but it contains no sugar, no fat, cholesterol & Aspartame free. I have tried vanilla, cjocolate and peanut butter.

Use especially after you go for your walk or exercise.



JENNILACEY
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8/25/13 7:09 A

I weight lift with emphasis on powerlifting and I don't even use protein powders. Unnecessary, expensive and empty calories. It's easy to get adequate protein from the foods you eat with a proper, balanced diet.

Save your money. If you like the kind you're using, stick with that.



DOE1164
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8/24/13 8:47 P

Hi,
My husband and I have been buying Leanfit from Costco for years now. Recently, though, I joined a weight support group that swears by Visalus- Body by Vi. I've read so many opposing views on this, I'm quite confused! And it's disgustingly expensive and I don't care for the taste.
Does anyone know of a healthy protein mix which doesn't have any or no "fillers".
Thanks! emoticon



 
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