Nothing really to add to this. I've tried so many (Ie. Optimum Nutrition, Pro-Nos, which really help with putting on muscle, GNC brand, Isopure and am currently taking Cellucor Isopro Ultra Lean) but am still trying to find one that doesn't make me bloated. That seems to be my issue. Any ideas anyone?
Thread: Protein that doesn't bloat?
03-23-2010, 01:33 AM #1
Protein that doesn't bloat?
03-23-2010, 01:10 PM #2
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Honestly if you have bloating issues from Isopro. You either have a gluten allergy, or a slight milk protein allergy possibly ( even simple as Lactose intolerance).
Lastly, you may need probioitics or good bacterias in the gut. I suggest Active Culture Yogurt, Kiefer, Greek Yogurt, or pills. Helps me immensely.No Longer with Cellucor....do not contact directly for assistance, please see Official Rep Thread for assistance or contact Cellucor directly at Cellucor.com
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04-02-2010, 05:24 PM #8
I used to feel absolutely enormous from drinking those things. I've managed to get the size of the protein shakes down to about the size of a juicebox.
I take a scoop of my Isopure and put it in a small tuperware (easier to clean than a blender). I pour a littttle bit of water in, just enough to touch all of the protein. Shake. If the protein is in chunks, you can add a little more water, and then shake some more.
This makes it SO much more managable, and you dont dread that next protein shake, or feel gross if youre about to go out. Hope it helped.
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Have you tried ON's HydroWhey or ON's Natural Whey Protein?? I've been using them and they seem to help. The Natural Whey is sweetened with Stevia as well and has a digestive enzyme in it!..Hopefully this helps you!He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.
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04-08-2010, 10:07 AM #12
Monster Milk For Sure.
I've been unable to eat ANY dairy for the past 3 years. At first I tried soy and egg white proteins, but felt they just weren't cutting it. Go with Monster Milk for sure. I have it 3x/day. Perhaps a VERY slight bloating, but you'll be amazed. Plus 2 scoops is 50g of protein, abou 350 cals. Best bang for your buck.
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