I'm not a fan of protein powder, for the texture and the way it seems to overpower whatever you put it in with its taste.
So I was wondering, what is the best sort of unflavored, in your experience? I'd love to have some ideas on what I should be looking for in terms of brand!
Thread: Best Unflavored Protein Powder?
06-26-2009, 10:57 AM #1
Best Unflavored Protein Powder?
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I tried Bio X Nutrition Whey natural flavor just for cooking purposes but then when I was waiting for my flavored protein powder to come in I was out for a couple days and had to use the natural flavor and it was disgusting. The smell of it after shaking and the taste was just gross. I would say stick to flavored powder
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NOW whey isolate unflavored didn't taste like anything to me when i mixed it with cereal. it's good quality too.Keep getting bigger and stronger without messing up my joints (already pretty screwed)
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07-09-2009, 10:51 AM #12
Thank you everyone. I will be looking into the NOW Whey powder at my next available chance, and if it doesn't work for me, I'll have a look into supplement direct.
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06-02-2011, 07:42 PM #15
potent isolate protein
I use potent isolate by "potent sports nutrition". It's not as chalky as others + mixes really well. Unflavored is best used in cooking and if you make your own shakes though, I wouldn't drink it as is, but it's pretty good in creamy soups Check out online and sites like Amazon
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Wow, I didn't realize this thread still even existed!
Its been a long time, and truth be told, I just got used to the protein. My first experience was with Vanilla, which I found to be disgusting, but I've really settled in Myofusion milk chocolate, and I no longer have an issue with taste - its also great for use in other things, like protein bars, and protein pudding.
If you do go unflavored though, avoid plant based proteins. I guarantee they will have a strong flavor regardless.Embrace Fire, Love the Burn!
08-03-2011, 01:22 PM #21
LysMyMiss, you may want to check out IsoNatural, as it's an unflavored isolate - 118 calories, 28 g of protein, 1 g of carbohydrates and .2 g of fat in each serving. No artificial ingredients, 100% whey isolate from the US. It should mix seamlessly with whatever you throw at itALLMAX Nutrition Rep
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