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This is a good deal. If you can stand the taste of Stevia and erythritol go for it. The one I buy has no sweeteners at all, but it's more expensive.
I don't understand how the unflavored ones are that much more expensive. The unflavored one is 30 bucks for 1.5 lbs, I loved it the one time I got it but when I can get 11 lbs from Myprotein for the about same, doesn't make sense.
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Be careful with plant base protein supplements as they contain glyphosate and some even contain poisonous traces of metals found by independent testers

https://www.cleanlabelproject.org...ein-powder

https://detoxproject.org/reports/

Also, a lot of these supplement are loaded with artificial sweeteners which in the latest research are linking them to dementia.
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thx op...I like the chocolate flavor!
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I got this one a few months ago, now 15% extra discount doesn't apply.
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Got this with the last sell not too long ago. I actually like the taste compared to others and I haven't had any problems with gas or bloating. I've added strawberries and blueberries and it didn't really change the flavor of the chocolate buts that's my experience.
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I blend this one with ice, bananas and peanut butter to make it palatable and hide the taste of the sweeteners. It's nothing too special but it's cheap organic protein if that's what you want.
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Be careful with plant base protein supplements as they contain glyphosate and some even contain poisonous traces of metals found by independent testers

https://www.cleanlabelproject.org...ein-powder

https://detoxproject.org/reports/

Also, a lot of these supplement are loaded with artificial sweeteners which in the latest research are linking them to dementia.
While I agree with you on your general statement, this is an organic protein so no need to worry about the gmos or pesticides.
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Is this better than the Vega one?
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Grabbed one from Sam's club 6 months ago and still haven't finish it yet. It tastes like dust, and very hard to mix. I would stay away from this.
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It's not even that bad, but I guess it depends on what you can tolerate. I've been using it for the last year (my girl bought it and I was initially hesitant but ended up using it more than her, lol) switching from whey and I have no problems with it. I use it with almond milk and some parts water. Taste good to me!

Thanks OP, will pick up since I'm almost out.
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I am currently on this protein because Whey causes me to break out. I got the chocolate one. Although the protein content is pretty good I have to say this is probably the worst powder I've ever consumed. It mixes terribly with a shaker cup so you definitely do need a blender. I don't have one currently but I've been using a electric hand mixer and boy is it still bad. Even once fully mixed in (after a few minutes of hand mixing and scrapping the sides for clumped up powder) the taste makes me gag and I have to force it down. It's incredibly chalky. I regret buying it.
Exactly what I felt. Thanks for saving the key strokes.
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Is this better than the Vega one?
I have used both but personally I like Vega product than this
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https://boston.cbslocal.com/2018/...l-project/

"More than half of the protein powders tested had detectable levels of BPA, or Bisphenol-A, an industrial chemical used in manufacturing plastic items.

Studies have linked BPA to cancer. The chemical, which is also found in some plastic items, is also linked to infertility.

And according to the study, organic powders aren't necessarily better, or safer.

The organic powders tested in the study had, on average, more than twice the heavy metals, such as arsenic, lead and cadmium, than non-organic powders. A whopping 75 percent of plant-based powders tested positive for lead.

The study rated these products among the worst protein powders:
  • Garden of Life Organic Plant Formula Chocolate Raw Organic Protein
  • Orgain Organic Meal Creamy Chocolate Fudge
  • Vega Vanilla Protein and Greens
  • Ancient Nutrition Vanilla Bone Broth Protein
  • Quest Vanilla Milkshake Protein Powder
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Is this the kind of stuff that's supposed to help you get yoked? Like if drink this before hitting the gym will it help me get swole?
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This is a good deal. If you can stand the taste of Stevia and erythritol go for it. The one I buy has no sweeteners at all, but it's more expensive.
Which one do you buy?
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