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    Best tasting and best nutrition wise protein powder?

    Looking for a new protein powder I have been using optimum nutritions vanilla for a while and it's time to try something new.

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    Contradiction.

    I preffer unflavored myprotien brand 100% whey.

    Add a Nana it's ok

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    best protein powder hands down I ever had is Species Nutrition whey isolate (various flavors).. super smooth and mixes better then anything else I've ever tried. its damn pricy though. Blackstone labs 'Isolation' isn't bad and is quite a bit more affordable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Couchlockd View Post
    Add a Nana it's ok
    Nana's are all the rage right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by GearHeaded View Post
    Nana's are all the rage right now
    Lmao , I meant the shake. To the shake

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99JT View Post
    Looking for a new protein powder I have been using optimum nutritions vanilla for a while and it's time to try something new.
    Depends on what you mean by "best nutrition". For macros, most are pretty close per serving +\- some carbs or protein.

    Flavours are pretty subjective. Once upon a time when I used powders I had cookies and cream Myofusion and cookies and cream ON. Didn't taste remotely the same.

    Outside of macros, they will have some type of filler or synthetic ingredients. Most nutritious would be making your own from whole food.

    The Romane Lanceford philosophy is exactly this. Tuna and rice in a blender with water. Down the hatch. I'm sure egg whites + cocoa powder + honey + fruit would taste better
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex View Post
    Depends on what you mean by "best nutrition". For macros, most are pretty close per serving +\- some carbs or protein.

    Flavours are pretty subjective. Once upon a time when I used powders I had cookies and cream Myofusion and cookies and cream ON. Didn't taste remotely the same.

    Outside of macros, they will have some type of filler or synthetic ingredients. Most nutritious would be making your own from whole food.

    The Romane Lanceford philosophy is exactly this. Tuna and rice in a blender with water. Down the hatch. I'm sure egg whites + cocoa powder + honey + fruit would taste better
    I've actually done a chicken breast rice n broccoli blender meal.

    Like tasty baby food. Added a bit of steak sauce
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    ON Double chocolate does it for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex View Post
    Depends on what you mean by "best nutrition". For macros, most are pretty close per serving +\- some carbs or protein.

    Flavours are pretty subjective. Once upon a time when I used powders I had cookies and cream Myofusion and cookies and cream ON. Didn't taste remotely the same.

    Outside of macros, they will have some type of filler or synthetic ingredients. Most nutritious would be making your own from whole food.

    The Romane Lanceford philosophy is exactly this. Tuna and rice in a blender with water. Down the hatch. I'm sure egg whites + cocoa powder + honey + fruit would taste better
    cant remember the brand but ive seen one that was made with whole food like oats and stuff.

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    just to clarify , whey protein is also 'real' food coming from an animal source (its as much or more real food then oats)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99JT View Post
    cant remember the brand but ive seen one that was made with whole food like oats and stuff.
    Animal makes a product that is designed with an entire blend of "real food" ,, from beef protein, pea protein, yams, etc.. its a real food based mass gainer

    I've tried it as the profile looks pretty good , but unfortunately the taste is nothing like a quality whey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Couchlockd View Post
    I've actually done a chicken breast rice n broccoli blender meal.

    Like tasty baby food. Added a bit of steak sauce

    I'd stop eating before I did that.

    I'm still hooked on ON whey. But damn it's pricey. I get it from Costco on-line. Right now it's $58 for about a 5.6 lb bag. I've seen it where they have sales down to $35 per bag, but it's rare. Anyone know a cheaper site for that product?
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    I only use ON Gold Standard Whey and Casein protein powders. Buy at Vitamin Shoppe when they have 20% off 5lb. of whey is $46.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    I'd stop eating before I did that.

    I'm still hooked on ON whey. But damn it's pricey. I get it from Costco on-line. Right now it's $58 for about a 5.6 lb bag. I've seen it where they have sales down to $35 per bag, but it's rare. Anyone know a cheaper site for that product?
    Popeyes or GNC Black Friday sale.
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