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  1. Well, thank you guys for your detailed answers, I'm having fun at checking out the links you posted above Judging by the ingredient labels, Sunwarrior seems to offer the best powders for my taste, but I am also open to Zel's suggestions
  2. Ciao Lepiante, no, as of now I haven't lost my hair yet Are you basically saying that protein powders are not necessary to meet my current goals, as long as I make sure that I get enough protein and good fats from nuts? I already eat nuts a few times a week, and put a slice of avocado everyday in my salad. I have been reading that the pea/rice combination is a good one; I am a little sceptical about soy, having read that too much processed soy might cause hormonal imbalances, especially in us women. For this reason I also try to stay away from tofu and co. as much as possible, even though I like their taste. Thank you!
  3. Hello everyone, my name is Camilla and I write from Rome, Italy. I am 24, vegan, and I exercise regularly 5-6 times a week. I love running, but lately I've been focusing more on home HIIT and strength workouts. In a few days I'll be done with Insanity the Asylum vol. 1, and I'll do vol. 2 next. I follow a 70-80% raw vegan diet, meaning that I mainly eat lots of fruit in the first part of the day, then I alternate veggies + carbs (potatoes, rice, etc.) in the second part of the day. I am used to doing fasted cardio/exercise. I am not planning on losing weight (5'2'', 104 lbs), just focusing on keeping my current level of definition. Therefore I am asking you experts: do you think my training and eating regime would benefit from taking some kind of protein powders during the day? If so, which one would you suggest I take? Thank you in advance, have a great day!
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