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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,884
7/6/13 9:24 A

There are SP members who are struggling to meet their SP protein range--and using a protein supplement helps. Usually it is because they do not use meat, milk, yogurt, egg, etc. Or they do not like the flavor of meat, etc.

I looked at your nutrition tracker---you seems to be getting between 75-85 grams of protein daily. I assume this falls within you SP protein range.

I don't think you would get additional benefit from more protein.

Can you share more why you want to use it?

Becky
SP registered Dietitian

SKYSPARKLE Posts: 45
7/5/13 3:05 P

Has anyone tried the pure protein powder and how often do you use it ?

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