I am currently using myofusion protien and have been experiencing the symptoms of lactose intolerance(I won't get into the nasty details), As far as I know I am not lactose intolerant i actually drink lots of milk and eat dairy products without issue. I have used myfusion in the past with no issues but this time was different. I am wondering if anyone else is experiencing these issues with the protien or if it might be the size on creatine i am using with it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
Thread: myofusion-lactose intolerance
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05-05-2010, 04:28 PM #4
Yes, I'm lactose intolerant as well and it's been pretty wild with the Myofusion ehhh...it's hard to resist something so healthy and delicious, but suffering the consequences is not right. I've been taking extra Pancreatin enzymes and MycoGreen to somehow defer the stinky farts but will have to switch to something else.
05-21-2010, 05:18 PM #5
thanks for all your input, i really appreciate it, and it is especially good to know i'm not the only person with these issues. However i have found that i was able to correct the problem and thankfully may not be lactose intolerant at all. i found that by eating more solid food througout the day helped, the issues i was experienceing may have been onset by having so much protien and not enough solid food, even though i thought i was eating enough.
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I am lactose intolerant, but not to a server degree. I only buy lactaid-free milk from the store, and mix my shakes with that. I usually take between 2-4 scoops a day, depending upon my diet and whatnot.
I dont experience any issues with lactase from myofusion, although i am not severely intolerance of lactase. Of course whey protein may give you a bit of discomfort, as it is a milk protein, but a high quality whey protein will give less discomfort then a lower quality protein, so you should be fineSenior Gaspari Board Rep/Brand Ambassador
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I am lactose intolerant, but even with some high quality whey isolates low in lactose I get GI issues. I really think there is more to it than just lactose in many cases... some milk protein allergies or such. You might need to keep experimenting with various products until you find what works best for your system.Molecular Nutrition sponsored athlete - Team MN
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