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    high protein low calories

    I'm looking to find out which protein has the most protein and the lowest calories with the best taste. Need a peanut butter or cookie flavor with low calories.

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    Out of all the protein choices available, the gold stand is whey protein. It has the highest bioavailability and best amino acid profile. There are two main types of whey protein available: a whey protein isolate and a whey protein concentrate. The problem with a whey protein concentrate is that it will contain a few grams of lactose (the milk sugar naturally occurring in dairy products) per serving. The majority of adult humans have a lactose sensitivity which can cause GI issues like gas, bloating and diarrhea. A whey protein isolate on the other hand is essentially pure protein and will have only trace amounts of lactose.

    When purchasing a whey protein isolate you want to see nothing in the ingredients list besides whey protein isolate, natural flavours, a natural calorie free sweetener like stevia and maybe some salt, cocoa powder and soy lecithin.

    I personally use the whey protein powder wheytobuildmuscle from n2bm.com. A 30g scoop has 24g protein, 2g carbs and 0g fat. The PB crunch flavour is awesome. I would give that a try.

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    reading the ingredients is very important, even more important than the macro nutrients which are misleading. an example is hydrogenated oils and HFCS do not show up under sugars, yet both will cause the body to store fat and are a diabetics worst nightmare.

    n2bm sells a whey isolate that is the only thing i would ever trust
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    You would need to go for a high quality isolate then. Isolate contains the most protein and the least sugars/carbs/fats.
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    The best would be a pure whey isolate protein powder. Make sure you check the ingredients for one that does not contain added things like sugar, artificial colours, HFCS, palm oil.

    Whey to Build Muscle has a peanut butter flavor and doesn't have any of that garbage added to it.
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    For those flavors then definitely ntbm.com. my hubby swears by it.

    If you like protein that's more watered down and not sweet...isopure can't be beat.

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