The reason I dont recommend anything with ion-exchange whey in it is that it is exposed to extremes in PH. Any protein powder that is concentrated by using filtration is done at a neutral PH and at temperatures low enough that the protein remains unharmed. The marketing people have wars about whose filtration method is better but in my book, all filtered products are of the same high quality. Again, dont be swayed by any claims of scientific superiority, trademarked processes, or fancy marketing terms. Which is the best for mass gain? Please read about protein powders, protein shakes, and mass gain powders . If you want to gain mass then mix 1 bag or the above high quality protein powder with a 5 pound bag of sugar and you get the highest quality Mass Gain powder around. Dont believe the marketing mumbo-jumbo on these mass gain powders, they are just protein, sugar, and a few useless supplements tossed in to make them sound good. I dont recommend any Mass Gain products but if you are going to use one anyway, make your own and save 300%.
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Dana.n.1/07/2015 I was researching to find a whey concentrate product from grass-fed cows and was initially excited about this product, until reviewing the ingredient list. . . . why on earth would they put sucralose into ALL the flavoured products? All cattle that our New Zealand Whey Protein comes from is grass-fed. The mix ability of the peanut butter flavour is much worse than that of the chocolate, as it clumps when mixing in water haven't tried milk, but it'll probably heighten the clumping effect. Carl on 02/09/2014 This whey is awesome quality. Phenomenal flavour and mixes perfectly with everything : Justin on 16/01/2014 Great flavour, blends well. Definitely recommend. Alex O. on 23/07/2016 I bought this protein unsweetened and unflavoured to avoid unnecessary added sugars and sweeteners. It's pricing is similar to many other protein products around my area.
Might try the isolate next time, probably not though. It has more of a vanilla flavour with a slight coffee after taste. My body feels really good after having this protein. The protein is great quality, great price and tastes good. This whey is great. The site was recommended to me by a number of people, including my trainer. It has no after-taste and I prepare my smoothies as I please. Cm currently trying the Ideal Protein diet and allowed to have Sucrose which I would much prefer if this was Stevia safer sugar than Sucrose.The price was fantastic of it really is Grass fed still cannot find certification its grass fed and Cm happy I purchased it.
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