I have. I think we got the stuff at Trader Joe's or maybe Costco. I haven't used it in quite a while. I just checked back in my Nutrition Tracker -- it had 130 calories, 16 g protein, 2g fat, 8 % calcium and about 33% of a bunch of vitamins and minerals needed for the day.
I mixed it with soymilk which added another 100 calories, 8 g protein, 4 g fat, 25% calcium and 50% B12; and whatever fruit (berries, bananas, frozen medley) was handy.
It definitely boosted my protein, but as I recall, it didn't keep me going until lunch. I snacked on fruit later in the morning. The real reason I stopped buying it was the cost -- I had a financial setback and decided whey was a luxury item (perhaps not a very well-considered decision). At the time, it seemed expensive to buy that big barrel, but I never calculated the cost per serving -- I just decided I didn't "deserve" something that was just for me.
sorry, maybe TMI, but your question really made me think about myself, my diet and my decision-making process.
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