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Isopure Zero Carb Protein Powder, 100% Whey Protein Isolate Banana Cream 1lb S&S $9.07

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Isopure Zero Carb Protein Powder, 100% Whey Protein Isolate, Keto Friendly, Flavor: Banana Cream, 1 Pound (Packaging May vary).

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1 and 3 pound size in vanilla is also 15% off.
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Extra 15% is available on some low carb flavors as well (chocolate and Colombian coffee)
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Will give it a shot. Just got 1lb to try it out. Good amount of reviews. Thanks
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Awesome! Love the banana flavor. Vanilla turned out to be $9.07 too! Thanks and rep'd!
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Banana is delish, I'm using my mango & Fruit punch now. I wanna try the cookies n cream
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Well, you might want to research whey protein for keto, or low carb stuff. Whey can spike strong insulin response according to youtube keto pro's.

I still take a little whey protein in my coffee, but if you notice mood swings or insulin spike ... it might set off a binge/jittery reaction (high/low insulin).

Maybe research it yourself if you are interested.

You might NOT notice any effect or you don't care about keto, so get this product if it's something you like.

Maybe others can comment about whey ... that are more knowledgable and correct me if I am giving mis-leading info.

Whey protein spikes insulin response more than white bread.
Whey in general
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vH0MAQWBnJY

he is slightly more positive about Whey Protein Isolate in this video , but, watch it to see the science behind it. Insulate spike ... and lowers "fat burning".
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJJ02Ek1nIE
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omg i hate the banana flavor... you can taste the artificial flavor in that one. gonna pass til there's a deal on cookies & cream.
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$9/lb isn't a great deal unless you are unsure of the flavor and just want a small amount.
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For what it's worth I got my son this flavor a few months ago and he absolutely hates it.
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I bought this last year through a deal here for $6.12 so not sure if this is too slick. I liked it in shakes if I used 1 scoop of the banana with 2 scoops vanilla. %100 whey isolate is rarely going to taste as good as whey concentrate or mix of. Also no creamer added or carbs...taste pretty good for what it is tbh.
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despite glanbia aquisition, isopure still relying on clever marketing by using an inferior processing method (ion exchange) that yields high protein %. i rather go with a gentle ceramic membrane filtered (ultrafiltered, microfiltered/CFM). not that the difference will make or break in terms of body composition/athletic performance, but whey offers value beyond high quality protein (e.g. subfractions--lactoferrin/immunoglobulins, precursors to antioxidants, etc that are more preserved using the right processing methods).
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despite glanbia aquisition, isopure still relying on clever marketing by using an inferior processing method (ion exchange) that yields high protein %. i rather go with a gentle ceramic membrane filtered (ultrafiltered, microfiltered/CFM). not that the difference will make or break in terms of body composition/athletic performance, but whey offers value beyond high quality protein (e.g. subfractions--lactoferrin/immunoglobulins, precursors to antioxidants, etc that are more preserved using the right processing methods).
Serious question: does any of what you say actually matter in real world, real time digestion or performance by a normal human being? (When comparing said better whey vs any regular whey or isopure)

Or is this a more science based comment that will yield no observable advantages from one to the other?
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Serious question: does any of what you say actually matter in real world, real time digestion or performance by a normal human being? (When comparing said better whey vs any regular whey or isopure)

Or is this a more science based comment that will yield no observable advantages from one to the other?
it's closer to the latter in terms of how whey is used by most people (to help reach protein intake or to aid in building muscles). even comparing whey isolate to concentrate or even to slower digesting casein or milk protein, there will be little to no observable difference (despite what people say about protein timing--whey right after workout, casein before bed, etc). but my comment sort of has to do with ethics (using cheaper/suboptimal ingredients and charging a premium price) and also the benefits of whey besides the protein as i mentioned. whey (in its undenatured, native form) is literally a superfood. people praise how whey has the highest bioavailability of any protein source or how it's full of protein synthetic amino acids (BCAA)--which are all great, but no one seems to care about the bioactive peptides and their unique biological properties, and its ability to raise glutathione levels, etc.

so i guess it really doesn't matter from most people's point of view. but i don't want companies taking advantage of consumers because we don't know better. a chinese creatine monohydrate that is 98% pure will literally yield the same results as a german made creapure that is 99.99% pure. free form amino acids that's made of duck feathers and human hair inside a mysterious facility has the same molecular structure and just as effective as japanese made amino acids from ajinomoto/kyowa that's fermented from vegetables inside a cGMP certified facility. on paper, vitamin D is vitamin D, but there is a difference between D2 and D3. same goes for literally every form of vitamins and minerals and other supplements. if consumers were more aware and demanded better products, there wouldn't be so much crap spewed from the health/supplement industry...

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it's closer to the latter in terms of how whey is used by most people (to help reach protein intake or to aid in building muscles). even comparing whey isolate to concentrate or even to slower digesting casein or milk protein, there will be little to no observable difference (despite what people say about protein timing--whey right after workout, casein before bed, etc). but my comment sort of has to do with ethics (using cheaper/suboptimal ingredients and charging a premium price) and also the benefits of whey besides the protein as i mentioned. whey (in its undenatured, native form) is literally a superfood. people praise how whey has the highest bioavailability of any protein source or how it's full of protein synthetic amino acids (BCAA)--which are all great, but no one seems to care about the bioactive peptides and their unique biological properties, and its ability to raise glutathione levels, etc.

so i guess it really doesn't matter from most people's point of view. but i don't want companies taking advantage of consumers because we don't know better. a chinese creatine monohydrate that is 98% pure will literally yield the same results as a german made creapure that is 99.99% pure. free form amino acids that's made of duck feathers and human hair inside a mysterious facility has the same molecular structure and just as effective as japanese made amino acids from ajinomoto/kyowa that's fermented from vegetables inside a cGMP certified facility. on paper, vitamin D is vitamin D, but there is a difference between D2 and D3. same goes for literally every form of vitamins and minerals and other supplements. if consumers were more aware and demanded better products, there wouldn't be so much crap spewed from the health/supplement industry...

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Thanks man - I appreciate a well informed rant. I've done plenty of research over the years about OTC supplements/ whey and don't think I've ever heard the case you're making. Lots of food for thought (pun intended or not haha) and I appreciate the intelligent response. Looks like I've got some research ahead of me!
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