Organic Protein Powder Ratings

Organic Protein Powder Ratings

Organic Protein Powder Ratings | The 3 Best (and Worst) Protein Powders for Muscle Growth (2018)


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Whey protein is commonly referred to as the king of protein supplements.

Why?

Why is whey seemingly the king here when there are numerous types of protein powders out there that all “work”?

Do some work better than others and, if so, is it honestly a big enough of a difference to direct a purchasing decision?

That’s what we’ll be discussing in this episode. Cataloging the best and worst protein powders and comparing them when comparative data is available.

We’re also going to cover the taste and mouth feel of these supplements; it’s one of the times when the user experience of simply taking the supplement matters in ranking.

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19 Replies to “Organic Protein Powder Ratings”

  1. I have a question. Do I need to consume 1 gram per actual lbs of bodyweight? Or my lean body mass weight? For example I'm about to start cutting and I weigh 227, but my lean mass is around 195.

  2. Goat milk is my choice. Digests much easier than plant or cow's milk protein. It does have a bit of that goat milk/cheese bite but it's easily masked with some raw cacao powder and some vanilla flavored coconut milk, even without adding any extra sweeteners (there's a small amount in the coconut milk).

    But if you're one of those people who can't drink a protein shake for a whole 30 seconds unless it tastes like a birthday cake, just a small amount of stevia and you're good.

  3. Why ignore the fact that phytoestrogens are 10 000 times weaker and the meta-analysis on soy stating it is not estrogenic at all? Why not mention the fact that all milk contains mammalian estrogen and traces of steroid hormones and antibiotics that cows are pumped with? Milk products have even been shown to reduce testosterone and increase estrogen in studies. Come on Mike, soy is a health food, forget about fear mongering

  4. Hey Mike! I wanted to know your opinion on MyProtein Impact Whey? It has 4.5 BCAAs but also has 3.6g of glutamine. Is glutamine a filler? I would take your protein but it will most likely be more expensive (although I'm sure way better quality) than Impact Whey, gram for gram… Shipping I guess will be more expensive too.

  5. I am allergic to whey (blood test done to determine that) I am also very mildly allergic to pea's. I have gotten some egg white protien powder and wonder what your thoughts are on that. Any other suggestions for someone with my allergies?

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