Protein Drinks

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Re: Protein Drinks

Post by Jennashby_87 »

I use a brand of protein called Necture. If you have a hard time with the genetic vanilla or chocolate flavours this might be a good option for you. It has lemonade, fuzzy peach, strawberry kiwi etc so I can drink them with just water which is convenient. I also eat a pretty well balance diet but I am a dance teacher and I frequent the gym so I have a very active day to day life. Adding in a protein shake just makes it easier to make sure I am fully fuelled.

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Post by Letora »

Kolig595 wrote:
28 Mar 2018, 05:57
What does everyone like to use for protein drinks/shakes? I am not one to generally drink them as I believe in eating healthy enough to cover my bases, but I am highly active and work a strenuous job where I don’t get to eat as often as I’d like. There’s a lot of info out there on powders and so forth, but I know there’s many better than others especially since it isn’t generally regulated. What are your favorites and why?
If I want a protein shake I tend to go with the Premier Protein. I lean towards protein bars though, they fill me more. Built bars are amazing.
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Post by acopj »

For protein, i usually rely on adult formula milk found on every supermarket or convenience store no matter the brand name. Also, i make sure to make fruit shakes.

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Post by leximutia »

My absolute favorite is the Vega sport protein powder, chocolate flavor. It has 30g of protein in one serving, is delicious to me, and it has no milk proteins, since I'm lactose intolerant.

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