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Best Protein Powder Supplements

What’s the best protein supplement I should take? As a personal trainer, I tend to get this quite often. I strongly recommend getting your protein from a healthy source that is a part of your diet rather than taking a protein supplement. Obviously, we are always on the go and don’t have time to cook or grill chicken or round-up other healthy high-protein meats or dairy products. So, with that being said, below is a list of the best quality protein powders that will help meet your body’s protein needs.

  • Nature’s Best Isopure Chocolate Powder: Isopure is a fat-free, sugar-free, and carbohydrate-free whey protein powder. It is also glutamine enriched and lactose free. Each serving contains 26 grams of protein and there are 47 servings per container.
  • MuscleMeds Carnivor Beef Protein: Carnivor is a fat-free, zero-carbohydrate,  and zero-sugar beef protein powder. It is also cholesterol and lactose free. There are 28 servings per container which contain 116 calories, 23 grams of protein, and 2.5 grams of creatine. It comes in fruit punch and blue raspberry.
  • XPI Myotein: Myotein is a time release whey protein isolate. It contains one gram of fat, 26 grams of protein, seven grams of carbohydrates, and three grams of sugar per serving (not lactose free). It has 30 servings per container and comes in a delicious milk chocolate flavor. Try it.

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July 19th, 2010

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DK

XPI supplements stated on their website that the myotein protein powder was 26 grams of protein per scoop...this was the main reason I bought. Come to find out, they falsely advertised and it is 26 grams for 2 scoops. So, I emailed them my complaint 4 times with no response. The shady part is I go back to their website and they "changed" the nutritional value now to 2 scoops for 26 grains. I want my money back and I DO NOT recommend ordering from unethical companies.

posted Oct 21st, 2010 1:00 am



   
 

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