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I am not 100% sure but I do know that the unflavored whey Protein powder can be added to hot Soups and things and it does not affect the Protein in it, so I would assume it wouldn't be a problem. One tip is that the powder dissolves much better in room temperature liquids than in hot liquids, so try adding It before you warm it up.

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liquids should get no hotter than 130. makes the Protein lump and i think someone said breaks down the protein?

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Fluffylibra is right - liquids can't be too hot or it breaks down the Protein. Get a cooking thermometer (one for candy making works) and test the liquid to see how hot it is before you put it in the Protein. Or, you could test it like we used to test baby formula - put a drop on your wrist. If it is warm like you would give a baby to drink, it should be fine to mix with the Protein Powder.

I like the same nectar chocolate Protein Powder you do. I make smoothies out of it for Breakfast.

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