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    Can anyone recommend a true zero carb (lactose free) whey powder

    I’m tired of all these milkshake type flavors that dominate the market including the unflavored powders that say isolate but are not true isolate and still taste like dairy chalk. Those Isopure glass bottles are too got-damn expensive. From my research it seems like ion-exchange whey is the only thing that would work to mix with something like kool aid or gatorade but isopure is the only one i can find online that does this. Which is probably why their stuff is so expensive. Thank you
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    Why must it be zero carb? Most powders regardless of the type of protein are super low in carbs anyway since artificial sweeteners are used. If you're just going to mix it with kool-aid or gatorade (both of which have carbs in their standard versions) why are you worried about carbs in a flavored powder?

    If your macros are that restrictive that <5g of carbs in a serving of protein powder is restrictive, I'd say you're doing it wrong somewhere else in your diet.
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    I use unflavored Isopure mixed in with Watermelon Jolly Rancher flavor packets. It ends up being like 105 calories and no carb. It's still slightly "milky," but not anything like regular protein powder. However, it's definitely not as clear as the premade drinks, though tbh I think it tastes better.
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