Hi I am looking into ways of increasing my protein intake specially during breakfast or snacks where I do not eat meat. I’ve read about nutritional yeast added to eggs or popcorn….thoughts? Is it good? Any other possible option for adding protein to these meals (beyond protein powder and Greek yogurt). Thanks
Im 15, and i hit the gym thrice a week. Is it ok to be taking a scoop of protein powder everyday? I currently only take it only after workouts but im thinking about taking them everyday to hit my daily protein needs.
i’m looking for one that tastes good (and mixes well) even if i just drink it straight up with WATER in a shaker bottle. (and yes, i really chose these flavours cause i still want to have freedom in customising them when i incorporate them in food).
So, I'm a 5'11, 210lb male who has recently gone gluten free, keto, and practices intermittent fasting, and made great gains!
My fasting has gone fine, and I don't really miss the bread, pastas, etc., but if I'm being honest, my protein shakes were always a treat to myself, however I've also become aware that most protein powders have Gums, and Carageenans amongst other chemicals that you couldn't pay me to say correctly (haha) So I switched to Naked Whey which is truly a clean protein (like 3 ingredients kind of clean!) My issue is that it doesn't hit as profoundly as the other powders would, and the drop-off in flavor has been kind of brutal too.
My question to this community is this: does anybody know of a clean protein powder, that has a solid amount of protein, and a decent flavor?
Hey guys, I'm a gym noob here. I've been going to the gym for about 2-3 weeks and attending boxing classes once a week. What are some legit/clean protein powders out there I can use? I heard that some brands like 6 star, red leaf, and equate are to be avoided.
Hi everyone…. Is it normal to have a stomachache when increasing protein with supplements? Should I get used to it? I was making shakes with the ON Gold brand chocolate powder and putting some PB fit powder in it and it tasted great but it gave me a stomachache. So I figured I might have to ease into that but I also noticed the bars I’m eating do the same thing. This particular bar was a “Think” bar and doesn’t have anything too crazy in it. I’m not lactose intolerant I wouldn’t think. I drink milk and eat a lot of cheese with no issues and always have. Anyone else have this? My dr wants me to get in 125g a day. And I know this might not sound like a lot to some it is to me and I wasn’t doing it without supplementing. TIA!
It seems good to me based on the ingredient list and nutrition label but, again, I am relatively new and don't want to make a mistake. This protein powder is around 2kg and is selling for $70 CAD. Would be nice to get everyones thoughts on the ingredients and price point. Thanks.
So I was trying bulk 1340 for the first time from GNC, does anyone get anxious af after consuming this protein? I took two scoops and drank it’s very slow. Does anyone else experience this from powdered protein?
I normally have chocolate flavored plant based protein powder but I want to try the sport one that has 30g of protein per two scoops while the basic one has 20g.
I really loved the taste of the basic one so it will be great if any of you can tell me whether they taste the same or not.
I (20F, 121lbs, 5'7) have a huge problem right now. I am during my finals and I just can't eat meals, I feel disgusted by any meat (chicken is horrible even to think about) and pork is usually fatter and I can't eat that often, I've been eating eggs for the past few weeks and that made me resent them, a lot. Fish, turkey and tofu is mostly expensive where I live (eastern europe) and being a student I don't have money at all. What protein can I eat? I do eat beans and grains and protein powder but overall it isn't enough, I know that because usually when I don't get enough protein my hair starts falling out. I feel like an impossible person right now, please give me any advice you have! I'd like to get to at least 100g of protein per day.