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pea protein powder. you can add it in dairy free milk, oatmeal, and dairy free yogurt! :)
my local walmart & vitamin stores carry this brand as well pea protein
Non-whey and non-plant, so are you basically specifically looking for egg protein recommendations?
I usually recommend Orgain, but it's plant based. However, it tastes great! And it's easy to get at Costco or Amazon.
I go for this one https://www.amazon.com/Orgain-Organic-Protein-Powder-Chocolate/dp/B00J074W94/ref=pd_lpo_325_t_0/132-0826624-3333732?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00J074W94&pd_rd_r=10a050a1-af94-4075-b5d2-9d8b25c245de&pd_rd_w=YDLII&pd_rd_wg=hfpbQ&pf_...
Chocolate is definitely the better flavor, and looking at the label it's not actually hemp. But it's cheap, tasty, and good enough.
This one doesn't have that chalky taste. I tried it and recommend it.
Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge - Vegan, Low Net Carbs, Non Dairy, Gluten Free, No Sugar Added, Soy Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, 2.03 Lb (Packaging May Vary) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_JE6M6DPC20H63SFKD5Y5
I have this same problem and I LOVE the Orgain protein powder. Sold here on Amazon, or at Costco.
Not just Pedia-Sure, but also the Carnation breakfast drinks. My fruend had the same issue, not really gaining weight and her doctor told her mother to give her these drinks. She gained weight.
If you’re worried about the sugar content, go for the ones from Amazon - these
They’re good and I use them for myself and my children. When my youngest went through a period of vomiting so much he was losing weight, this drink helped him gain it back.
Your dad’s a douche for installing all those buttons, and I’m sorry. But I also applaud you, because you recognize that thtese buttons were installed. You’re miles better than he ever was.
I can also relate to the little girl wanting her daddy thing - I have had the same moments, even now even though he’s passed. I want the daddy I thought I had back, not this THING that he became. hugs if you want them.
https://www.amazon.com/Orgain-Organic-Protein-Powder-Chocolate/dp/B00J074W94?source=ps-sl-shoppingads-lpcontext&ref_=fplfs&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER Tastes great and isn’t chalky.
When I’m not being cheap and avoiding artificial sweeteners by buying the chalky bulk bin powder with no flavouring I use this one in smoothies with peanut butter.
I find protein shakes a good compromise for when I don't feel like eating but know my blood sugar's gonna tank if I don't have something (lactose/gluten intolerant T2 diabetic)
I use Orgain's chocolate powder with oatmilk + ice cubes, with a tsp or so of orange-flavored psyllium (think Metamucil) - makes a nice creamy, cold chocolate/orange shake I can drink down slowly without thinking about it too much. There's premixed versions of the Orgain stuff as well but they're all milk-based, and I don't need that much bathroom time, sorry.
The biggest thing is- what foods do you *really* enjoy, and how can you make them easy/more convenient? Having foods you really love makes eating more a pleasure. For me it's pho; there's a few places near us that will deliver, and I make an event out of it if I can. Others are things like corned beef hash- I can meal prep that easily, and have a handful of pre-made frozen pans ready to go to pop in the toaster oven to crisp up when I'm mentally fried.
This Is what I use
Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge - 21g of Protein, Vegan, Low Net Carbs, Non Dairy, Gluten Free, No Sugar Added, Soy Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, 2.03Lb (Packaging May Vary) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_ZVY1E0MWSB5R5W0F0NKE?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge - 21g of Protein, Vegan, Low Net Carbs, Non Dairy, Gluten Free, No Sugar Added, Soy Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, 2.03 Lb(Packaging May Vary) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_DZ25QFDY0S73SW8RC8S6
Vegan and gluten-free and were made by a young cancer patient
Check out this protein powder it’s saved my life this pregnancy Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge - Vegan, Low Net Carbs, Non Dairy, Gluten Free, No Sugar Added, Soy Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, 2.03 Lb (Packaging May Vary) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_8AN4F3GSW5CQ0YZ8GDC8
Amazon Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge - Vegan, Low Net Carbs, Non Dairy, Gluten Free, No Sugar Added, Soy Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, 2.03 Lb (Packaging May Vary) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_M86V1AG18FEEA7ANDGXA?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
That is the protein that I use. That brand has many different options whether you want plant-based or whey protein. The flavors are good, not chalky, not a lot of added sugar or non-essentials and has fruit/ vegetables. Two scoops equals 21 grams of protein then I usually add one tablespoon of (Naked) peanut butter powder which is roughly 9 g of protein.
The other protein that I use is the Naked brand. They make really good pea protein but you have to add three scoops to get the same amount of protein.
Good question. Here is the Amazon link for the product. I don't know how much it comes out in euros, but in USD, it's around $22-26 per container (don't remember exactly how many lbs it has).
Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge - Vegan, Low Net Carbs, Non Dairy, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, No Sugar Added, Soy Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, 2.03 Pound https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_BCeJDb3JF1MZK
At Costco too. I found out I’m alert if to whey and been drinking it for years.
Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge - Vegan, Low Net Carbs, Non Dairy, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, No Sugar Added, Soy Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, 2.03 Pound https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_mjEpDbK81PVQC
That one and the one in vanilla. Vanilla for the mentioned
I'm not sure if this would be what you're looking for, but you could try using a plant based protein powder like this and making a smoothie with it. Add peanut butter for more protein, as well as bananas, frozen fruit, or whatever you like with some dairy free milk of your choice.
Have you tried orgain? I'm just wondering if yours is better cause I really like orgain but I kinda want to try different types.
Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge, Vegan, Non-GMO, Gluten Free, 2.03 Pound, 1 Count, Packaging May Vary https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_sCUeBb6CV5GSQ
The Amazon vegan protein best seller is this one: https://www.amazon.com/Orgain-Organic-Protein-Powder-Chocolate/dp/B00J074W94/ref=sr_1_3_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1508201513&sr=8-3&keywords=vegan%2Bprotein%2Bpowder&th=1
at 22.22 for 2 pounds. or 122.21 for 11 pounds. So 3.38 times as expensive.
> Regardless, you brought up vegan protein powder not me
Also not true. I said " That shit is impossible to do without actively seeking high protein sources"
And you responded with this:
> Protein powder is vegetarian.
You brought up both protein powder and vegetarian protein powder.
> Not sure what you're trying to argue, eat whatever you want haha.
You started this shit mate. Back out whenever.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00J074W94/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1 This is the stuff I get. I hated whey protein, it never quite sat right in my stomach. With this stuff I can drink a shake and go for a run without getting an upset stomach. The taste is better too I think.
Not exactly instant milk, but Orgain is a plant-based vegan protein powder mix, comes in chocolate, is super cheap on Amazon, and is mucho tasty (I use it because I can't handle whey protein). It's fine on it's own and it's good mixed into smoothies or recipes.
Their vanilla is good also. They have a few other flavors, I think, but I can't vouch for them.
I do two scopes of this, half water half almond milk , some peanut butter and a dash of cinnamon.
Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge, 2.03 Pound, 1 Count https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_ZN.bybB49PTWF
I use Organic Protein Plant Based Powder (the creamy chocolate fudge one). It's delicious, low calorie, and there is no added sugar. Plus it is free of dairy, soy, gluten, lactose, or GMO products. I drink it every morning for breakfast with a cup of unsweetened vanilla almond milk mixed in.
I buy mine from Costco for about $30 (2.74lbs). I think they also sell it at Target.
Here's a link to the 2.04lb one on amazon for $22! You can also find the 2.74lb one on Amazon for $33.
Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge, 2.03 Pound, 1 Count https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_Ov9ayb5P4QFCY
Hope this helps!!
Go to a pediatric allergist before trying anything! I grew up with chronic sinus infections and it wasn't until an allergy flare (anaphylaxis) at 15 that we discovered my milk protein allergy.
I like Orgain protein powder in chocolate or vanilla mixed with soy (7g protein), cashew (creamiest but low protein), or hemp (compromise of 3 gm protein and creaminess) milk.
P.S. It's much less expensive at costco if your children like chocolate.
Protein "milk shakes" are also a great way to sneak in extra nutrients.
Orgain's Vegan Creamy Chocolate Fudge is my go to. Blending it with some spinach, milk, half a banana and some ice always tricks me body into believing it is drinking a chocolate milk shake- it tastes that good!
You can get a large tub for around $20 on Amazon.
PS- As a fellow twin I just wanted to say how lucky your sister is to have you. <3
I break out with acne every time I drink a whey shake, so I switched to plant-based protein powders a few years ago. I tried a few hemp powders and they tasted awful. I found a powder I really like from the Orgain brand. It's comparable in taste and texture to some of the whey powders I used to drink. They sell it at Costco in Southern California on sale at $24 for 2.74 lbs, which I stock up on, otherwise it's $30 normally. You can also get it off Amazon.
Note: Do not get Vanilla bean, it tastes awful.
I do, I usually have a scoop or two a day. I like blends. True Nutrition vegan protein optimizer is my favorite (45% pea, 45% rice, 10% hemp). And it's cheap, $9/lb. You can also build your own blend on their website, it's super easy. And they have a coupon that saves you 5% off site-wide, never expires "GOVEGAN"
I also hear good things about Orgain, but haven't tried it. Saw it on amazon earlier for $17 ($8.50/lb) https://www.amazon.com/Orgain-Organic-Protein-Powder-Chocolate/dp/B00J074W94/?th=1
Orgain protein powder is $10.95/lb amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Orgain-Organic-Protein-Vanilla-Packaging/dp/B00J074W94?th=1
Truenutrition is $9.50 / lb (Plus $7 flat rate shipping, you choose how many lbs): https://truenutrition.com/p-1169-vegan-protein-optimizer-formula-1lb.aspx?
Orgain is the best I have tried.
It's currently on sale for a great price, but from Amazon it's usually about $21-22 a container, which comes to $1.10 per serving, which is still much cheaper than what you're using now.
You can hit a high protein requirement on a vegan diet. I drink protein powder too, and while I tried two vegan protein powder brands that were gross, Orgain Creamy Chocolate Fudge has been really good, and doesn't include soy. There's also Ripple brand Pea Milk, that's more protein dense than cow milk, which doesn't include soy, and there are nut milk which have a high amount of protein which are also soy free.
While tofu and soy based alternative meat are off-limits, there's Seitan, which is very protein dense (100 calories have 20g of protein) and apparently can be used to make a legit steak, which is still crazy to me.
PBFit Chocolate PeanutButter
PBFit Peanut Butter
I usually get the Walmart brand but I wanted to try something new so right now I have the Amazon brand but they're both great.
I use this protein, with the subscribe & save discount + 5% amazon credit card discount, it cost me about .75 cent a serving. Plus it tastes good.
I drink an orgain protein shake within 15 mins after every workout. Timing is important. I drink it on site, I don't wait to get home to drink it. It tastes good, and it's super easy on my digestive system because it's all plant based.
I typically bring it pre-mixed in this shaker bottle.
This is the best tasting I've found:
Oh hey they have it in Amazon
I don’t use protein powder but my dad does. he uses orgain brand which is plant based. I don’t see any whey or nuts listed in the ingredients.
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consider a vegan based protein. Whey protein messed with my digestion pretty good. This is the one I use:
This isn't me advocating for a vegan based diet. Just that this was a little easier on my system.
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Hello! I’ve been enjoying this one with bananas & peanut butter:
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My favorite is Beachbody’s brand but it’s really expensive and a MLM but my 2nd favorite is Orgain Organic https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_FJ3MJTB8YW3GQFEWANFR
I have one that actually wasn't supposed to be a fatigue-fix originally but was surprisingly helpful at giving me some energy.
I've been experimenting with at-home protein shakes. Mainly, I've been trying to make one that is low in sugar and has a decent amount of fiber (both really hard to find in store-bought shakes). Well, I came across one that meets my sugar/fiber criteria but as an unexpected side effect made me feel really good too.
I was so surprised at how good I felt afterwards that I had to google it, lol. Basically, chocolate makes you feel good and cacao is a pure form of chocolate.
Seconding Orgain! Also, very affordable at Costco or Amazon.
My next try after I use up what I have is True Nutrition Vegan Optimizer - More flavors and a slightly better price, but mostly just more flavors!
Orgain! I love the chocolate flavor! Can be purchased here on Amazon
Also, I haven't yet tried True Nutrition, but they are my next one to try! They get super good reviews throughout a few subs I follow, and the pricing is similar or even better than Orgain. There's also lots of options to customize if you want to, and TONS more flavor options than Orgain.
I use this one https://www.amazon.com/Orgain-Organic-Protein-Chocolate-Packaging/dp/B00J074W94/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=protein%2Bpowder&qid=1562519610&s=gateway&sr=8-5&th=1
It's on Amazon and at Costco. I put it in a smoothie, or on cereal, or mix with soymilk.
The protein is from peas, chia seeds, and brown rice, none of which I typically eat, so it seems like a good pick.
It think it doesn't mix very well, so sometimes I use my little smoothie maker to blend it if I'm just doing it + soymilk, or otherwise, try to stir it with just a little soymilk to start.
That said, all the protein powders I've used I think don't mix very well, so I'm not trying to say it mixes worse than other protein powders.
Okay! Glad to help!
For most mixes, I use Kirkland’s unsweetened vanilla almond milk because it has no net carbs and tastes delicious. You can always add some stevia drops if the end result is not sweet enough for you.
Orgain Creamy Fudge is probably my favorite non-dairy. It’s dirty keto but low in carbs so it will at least get you started down the right path. Note that this is high protein but not high fat so it may fill you up based on volume but i don’t know that it will create long-lasting satiety. I like the fudge but it does take a minute to get used to. I believe they make other flavors. I also believe they sell a big tub of this at Costco for about $30. I use two scoops and 8ish ounces of almond milk and I find that a blender bottle or the actual blender is best. I also enjoy replacing an ounce of the almond milk with some ice to make it more frosty-like. When baby weans, you can switch out part (or all!) of the almond milk for heavy cream. Another option can be adding unsweetened coconut milk or coconut cream (I just buy a can, stick it in the fridge overnight and then use the cream that rose to the top). You can find it cheap at most Asian markets.
I have not tried them, but the Slimfast Keto pre-made shakes ARE NOT actually very keto. They’re just a hot mess of what Slimfast has tried to do to fit into the “trendy keto” thing that’s been happening this year.
A lot of people like Perfect Keto, but I haven’t tried it, so I can’t speak to it.
I would suggest Keto Chow (r/ketochow) because it’s my favorite taste and nutrition-wise but it’s milk protein. I love how much effort Chris, the creator, has put into making a rounded out and customizable shake that’s legit keto and none of the filler. Plus it actually gives you the right nutritional needs. So that will likely not be the best option for you and baby right now, but when you wean, definitely keep it in mind.
I like the egg white protein route for DIY shakes but I have never been able to find a cost effective egg white protein powder where I live. Here’s a good page on DIY protein shakes.
Hopefully this helps. Let me know if you have any other questions. I’m always happy to help via reply or message or anything else.
That's really good. Imo better than dairy based protein powders (and healthier too).
It's created by a doctor.
This stuff is vegan, it's great:
Orgain Chocolate Fudge
There is also plant based protein powder. I’ve used this before
Direct link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00J074W94
Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge
This is what I use https://www.amazon.com/Orgain-Organic-Protein-Chocolate-Packaging/dp/B00J074W94/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1524531519&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=orgain+organic+protein+powder&psc=1
I love this protein powder. :)
I don't see any mushrooms in the ingredient list, but take a look for yourself.
My wife got this, tastes pretty good: Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate Fudge, 2.03 Pound, 1 Count https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J074W94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_2JkDzbDGZ29J8
Chocolate flavor, all plant based protein, lactose/dairy free. $22 with prime for 2lbs.
Orgain's creamy chocolate is pretty damn good and very close to ON.
Orgain. I love it so much.
Found it. I little cheaper if you subscribe.
Vegan athlete here who bikes, runs, rock climbs, and lifts. I get about 90-100 grams of protein a day (I'm also very small) and it's not hard.
There's a ton of brands that make plant based protein powders instead of whey. Vega is a very common one, but the consistency is a little thick. Orgain protein powder is tasty but doesn't have the best protein to carb ratio for my macros. I'm currently working through the Kaizen vanilla vegan protein powder which is 140 calories a scoop and 25g of protein I think. I also have a ride based protein powder that's 110 calories a scoop with 31g of protein but does need to be mixed with some fruit to make it taste good. Also make sure to mix your drinks with plant/nut milks for a better taste. You can buy large bags of protein powder off myprotein and there's a few vegan options. A lot of these protein powders list amino acid ratios on the tub and all of them are fairly decent. I've used a variety of brands and they've all done the trick.
I drink a lot of cashew and soy milk (2-3 cups a day, mostly cashew milk) so I tend to get my calcium and what not from that. I also take a daily vegan multivitamin, but you only really need to suppliment B12. I've also always taken a D3 suppliment in the winter for emotional support and there's even vegan versions of that just make sure it's from lichen sources.
It can be hard getting in omega-3s but luckily there's lots of options. One option is Gardein fishless fish which is fortified with an algae based omega blend. Another option is adding ground flax or chia seeds to a protein shake. There's also hemp seeds which not only have omega fatty acids but also have a decent amount of protein.
I get my iron from leafy greens. I like making green smoothies with lots of spinach and some berries for vitamin c to boost absorption. I track my intake daily with myfitnesspal and tend to meet my iron goals, if not go over them. Lots of greens in general have iron, even broccoli which is fantastic roasted with a little nutritional yeast. You can also get iron from beans.
I did use it for a while but there was that e coli scare. I switched to using this protein powder and amazing grass green powder.And it's a good mix thus far!
loving this plant based organic protein powder right now. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00J074W94?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00
Greetings Brother! Perhaps this might help you on your divine quest for swoleness.
I recommend this protein powder!
I use this with almond milk, lactose free and tastes great!
This shit is even cheaper: $8/lb