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12-Pack 16.9oz Protein2o Whey Protein Isolate Infused Water (Mixed Berry) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 12-Pack 16.9oz Protein2o Low Calorie Whey Protein Isolate Infused Water (Mixed Berry) for $11.94 when you check out via Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks ananyavb

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Amazon has the Protein2o Low Calorie Protein Infused Water, 15g Whey Protein Isolate, Mixed Berry (Pack of 12) [amazon.com] $11.94 with 5% Subscribe & Save In stock on November 26, 2019
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The current protein mania has partly come about because so many people now regard carbohydrates or fats (and sometimes both) with suspicion. In the current nutrition wars, protein has emerged as the last macronutrient left standing. But the whole "macronutrient fixation" is a "boondoggle" that has been calamitous for public health, Katz told me. "First they told us to cut fat. But instead of wholegrains and lentils, we ate low-fat junk food." Then food marketers heard the message about cutting carbs and sold us protein-enriched junk foods instead. "When we talk about protein," said Katz, "we are dissociating the nutrient from its food source."

While the low-fattists and the low-carbists continue to slug it out, protein comes out the winner as the one safe thing that most of the population feel they can still put their faith in, whether for weight loss or general health. We have to eat something, after all.

The problem is that once we start thinking more protein is automatically better, it can be hard to know when to stop. The idea that protein is synonymous with healthy eating leads many people to eat in disordered ways that are far from healthy, either for body or mind.

It's not that protein is bad but an excess of anything isn't good for you. Calories are calories. Protein keeps you full longer so you hopefully eat less, that's the obsession. I agree with the idea, I also understand there is no magic pill that helps you lose weight without exercise or a healthy diet.
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This is literally just whey protein, flavor, and sucralose.

Sucralose makes it a hard pass for me. Sweeteners make your body crave sugar so that's not for me...
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The variety pack has a 20% coupon which makes it around $3 more than this deal. Just an FYI if anyone wants the variety for a few bucks more. Total is $14.01 with 15% S&S.
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The variety pack has a 20% coupon which makes it around $3 more than this deal. Just an FYI if anyone wants the variety for a few bucks more. Total is $14.01 with 15% S&S.
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How do these taste?
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How are these compared with Gatorade
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These taste horrible imo
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Idk I like them, my fiance isnt a big fan. They have that "whey protein powder" taste tho for sure
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What's everyone's obsession with protein nowadays?
According to the Guardian -

The current protein mania has partly come about because so many people now regard carbohydrates or fats (and sometimes both) with suspicion. In the current nutrition wars, protein has emerged as the last macronutrient left standing. But the whole "macronutrient fixation" is a "boondoggle" that has been calamitous for public health, Katz told me. "First they told us to cut fat. But instead of wholegrains and lentils, we ate low-fat junk food." Then food marketers heard the message about cutting carbs and sold us protein-enriched junk foods instead. "When we talk about protein," said Katz, "we are dissociating the nutrient from its food source."

While the low-fattists and the low-carbists continue to slug it out, protein comes out the winner as the one safe thing that most of the population feel they can still put their faith in, whether for weight loss or general health. We have to eat something, after all.

The problem is that once we start thinking more protein is automatically better, it can be hard to know when to stop. The idea that protein is synonymous with healthy eating leads many people to eat in disordered ways that are far from healthy, either for body or mind.

It's not that protein is bad but an excess of anything isn't good for you. Calories are calories. Protein keeps you full longer so you hopefully eat less, that's the obsession. I agree with the idea, I also understand there is no magic pill that helps you lose weight without exercise or a healthy diet.
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Good price. Bought a pack. Also they have the ones with caffeine for $3 more. I like the taste of these personally, but some don't.

If you eat a lot of meat, you don't need extra protein even if you work out hard. If you are on keto, these won't do anything, but they may feel like a meal. However, if you are on a low calorie diet and need protein post workout, these are extremely convenient, as they don't need to be refrigerated or mixed, and they quench your thirst.
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Says Walmart but is Amazon, I almost didn't click
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I bought one at Safeway and their taste is just so-so. For protein I normally drink odwalla's or eat a protein bar.
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This is literally just whey protein, flavor, and sucralose.

Sucralose makes it a hard pass for me. Sweeteners make your body crave sugar so that's not for me...
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what's everyone's obsession with protein nowadays?
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It can be hard to get in as many grams of protein as they say you are supposed to eat a day, especially if you are trying to increase muscle mass. I appreciate products like this that squeeze it into other things I'd be ingesting over the course of a day anyway, without me having to make a special protein drink. My concern is, where does the protein come from? Plants are fine, but animals... animals have certain types of protein come out of them that I'd rather not knowingly ingest.
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