I'm flying from Philly to San Diego on Tuesday via Southwest. Do you guys think it's okay to pack a tub of protein powder and a box of bars in my CHECKED LUGGAGE? (I don't intend to try to carry it on ) The TSA site (and the Southwest) site are a little vague on this. They go into great detail about carry on stuff, but very little info given about checked luggage. Whaddya all think??
10-15-2011, 03:42 AM #1
Protein Powder and Bars in Checked luggage
10-15-2011, 06:32 AM #2
10-15-2011, 06:41 AM #3
Ive had over 20lbs of protein powder and thousands of pills in my checked luggage (bring family stuff, not just for me, lol) without any issues.
For carry on if you need protein powder Ive bought a clean blender bottle on my and just put 1 scoop in every sandwich bag with no issues. I have freaked out a few people in the past when Im making my protein shake on the plane and shaking it, lol so now I just get Muscle Gel Shots. If I go on a flight its usually a 13 hour flight so this may be necessary for most people.Thermolife Eternal Rep
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Reminds me of a funny story. I was flying from KC to Vegas and I guess security noticed a wine key in my carry on so they shook me down. I had a walmart bag w/ like 30+ bottles of supplements. I was scared to death they were gonna think it was drugs or something. They just laughed and took my winekey; what a relief. lolCouture
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