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Re: Cheapest Protein source/Powder?

#16 Postby boardn10 » Fri Mar 02, 2012 9:54 pm

Never heard of MyProtein company. I go back and forth between vegan and vegetarian.
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Re: Cheapest Protein source/Powder?

#17 Postby veggiesasquatch » Sat Mar 03, 2012 5:43 am

They're a great company & they clearly label everything even before you click on the item http://www.myprotein.com/uk/cats/protein/best-sellers

They do pea, rice proteins to. But I live in the uk :)
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Re: Cheapest Protein source/Powder?

#18 Postby sealionnn » Wed Apr 11, 2012 8:04 am

If you aren't set on powders, Trader Joe's also has a store brand soy milk with no sugar added, which is like 40g protein for a dollar.

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Re: Cheapest Protein source/Powder?

#19 Postby boardn10 » Fri Apr 13, 2012 4:41 pm

I have stopped protein powders. I believe they are a waste. Just eat enough calories and a varied diet and the protein will handle itself.
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Re: Cheapest Protein source/Powder?

#20 Postby baxt1412 » Thu Apr 19, 2012 6:16 pm

Grape Nuts wrote:I like mixing my own pea/rice/hemp 40/30/30 or so at http://truenutrition.com/p-1126-custom-mix.aspx
But cheapest local to me would definitely be Genisoy with 25g protein and 0 carbs. I don't use soy powder much any more but at around $10 it is a good bang for buck and the numbers are good...


have you had a lot of experience with this website? it seems nearly too good to be true.

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Re: Cheapest Protein source/Powder?

#21 Postby Grape Nuts » Thu May 10, 2012 3:21 pm

baxt1412 wrote:
Grape Nuts wrote:I like mixing my own pea/rice/hemp 40/30/30 or so at http://truenutrition.com/p-1126-custom-mix.aspx
But cheapest local to me would definitely be Genisoy with 25g protein and 0 carbs. I don't use soy powder much any more but at around $10 it is a good bang for buck and the numbers are good...


have you had a lot of experience with this website? it seems nearly too good to be true.


Yes I am finishing off 5 lbs. and going to order 20 lbs soon. They have a new pea/hemp/rice mix that is cheaper than blending yourself and it has a great profile. Add stevia and some flavors for free.

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Re: Cheapest Protein source/Powder?

#22 Postby Grape Nuts » Thu May 10, 2012 3:22 pm

boardn10 wrote:I have stopped protein powders. I believe they are a waste. Just eat enough calories and a varied diet and the protein will handle itself.


I wish it were that easy for me to gain muscle and keep a low body fat. What are your stats?

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Re: Cheapest Protein source/Powder?

#23 Postby xChrisZx » Tue May 15, 2012 9:21 pm

baxt1412 wrote:
Grape Nuts wrote:I like mixing my own pea/rice/hemp 40/30/30 or so at http://truenutrition.com/p-1126-custom-mix.aspx
But cheapest local to me would definitely be Genisoy with 25g protein and 0 carbs. I don't use soy powder much any more but at around $10 it is a good bang for buck and the numbers are good...


have you had a lot of experience with this website? it seems nearly too good to be true.


I have been ordering from these guys for the past year or so. Top notch stuff.

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Re: Cheapest Protein source/Powder?

#24 Postby sixtwentyeight » Mon Jun 04, 2012 1:46 am

ive been using this http://truenutrition.com/p-1169-vegan-p ... a-1lb.aspx. i buy the natural chocolate sweetened with stevia. it's reasonably priced and doesnt taste too bad. has about 25 g protein per serving.


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