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I need unflavored Protein Powder. I tried Isopure but it makes me sick everytime I try it. What has worked for you?

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Can you taste or smell it when you add it to food?

I used GENEPRO

can you taste or smell it when you add it to food?

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I'll find out more tomorrow when Amazon's drone delivers it, but here is the most interesting thing I could find on the product on the web...It arrived last week, and it is flavorless. Mixes well with yogurt, half a scoop dissolves nicely in my coffee. Finally able to boost my Protein levels to where they need to be. My hair is not falling out like it was. So I'm sticking with this stuff.

I was poking around on the web about this and found this on one of the body building boards:

LARGEbagFrontWEB.jpgHey there guys. I am the Doctor/Genetic Bio-Scientist that invented GENEPRO and am the owner of Musclegen Research. Serving size is 1 Tablespoon = 30g of Protein.. Here is a little about the product and the difference between GENEPRO and any other protein on the market. We are working with bodybuilding.com to carry Genepro as well as out other products..

What makes Genepro so unique is that we are able to reduce the protein molecule to half the size of normal protein through a process called Electrophoresis. This is a reverse electrical polarity method of extracting pure protein. In essence we take protein molecules that, for reference, are the size of a baseball. We push these baseball sized protein molecules through a Polyacrylamide gel (the gel stays below 87 degrees F) and introduce electricity through the gel. This process removes hydrogen ions, allergens and any fillers or binders so we are able to then bind the protein with a strand of six amino acids called a Hexapeptide which stabilizes the molecular structure. This hexapeptide increases shelf life of the protein as well as balancing the bitter taste that is present with the protein after electrophoresis and actually gives the protein a slightly sweet undertone. The protein is pushed through a filtration system and into a centrifuge which results in a pure protein molecule that is now the size of a golf ball (for reference). You may not be able to fit 30 baseballs into a shoe box but you can fit 30 golf balls. Thus giving us the ability to get 30grams of protein in a 1TBS serving size. This process also changes the caloritic count as well to 3.2 calories per gram of protein. The process as well at the hexapeptide are patent pending and have never been used before in nutrition (it's a genetic process that is used primarily in forensic science). The other interesting fact is that most protein supplements digest in the lower GI and whey is absorbed at only 31% so if you're "taking" 30g of whey, your body is only taking in 9g. Genepro is digested in the upper GI which eliminates gluten, lactose and bowel sensitivity and absorbs at a rate of 94% which makes it 3 times more effective than any other protein on the planet (medical or open market). Flavorless and odorless and can be mixed instantly in any food or beverage (hot or cold) without changing the taste or consistency. Truly the most complex and advanced protein on the planet. Each 1pound container comes with 3 empty, re-useable travel pouches that make it super convenient to use anytime, anywhere and in anything.

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Unjury is what I use. Www.unjury.com

can you taste it?

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I'm 14 months post-op and have tried them all. Unflavored unjury clumps up (and in my opinion, tastes horrible.). I ended up throwing out any food or drink I added it to. It's sad because its the only medical grade Protein out there used in hospitals. I feel 100% confident it has the 21 grams of Protein it says it has in it... But what good is it if it is left unused in my cubbord?

I am at goal weight but am wanting to find something to increase my protein to increase my muscle mass. I was curious about GENEPRO as I had never heard about it before a week ago. I will attach a recent link I posted to your thread. I ended up ordering some GENEPRO and posted a review at the end of the link. The powder is tasteless and mixed into my coffee and disappeared. As far as if it is "real" protein, I only have the testimonies on the BP users on this site. There are no studies on the product and its only available on Amazon and the company website. It seems amazing... But I have to wonder why gyms, nutrition stores and doctors aren't promoting it more if its so wonderful? Regardless, I will continue using it since it's an easy add to my morning coffee!

http://BariatricPal.com/index.php?/topic/341782-Genepro--30-grams-of-protein-serving-untrue%3F/page__view__findpost__p__3850001

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I am with you Bluesea71, GENEPRO is tasteless. I put it in my pre-workout drink and it dissolved well, mixed well and tastelessly with my eggs. It is worth trying. I have been trying to get my Protein up closer to 200g per day, and at 30g a serving this could supplement the 100g I am getting from regular food sources.

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I use Quest unflavored Protein powder to bake with and put it in smoothies. I don't taste it at all.

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Genepro!

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So is GENEPRO a proven Protein? Guaranteed to be what they say?

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Does anybody use unflavored Protein powers from stores (well, ones that ca be bought in store)? I'd love some recommendations for ones that are easy to put in hot or cold foods. I'm nervous to order a huge bucket of it before I actually try it. Not really sure I want to go through the hassle of trying samples from tons of places either, so I'm still debating on diving in and buying a large quanity of one and sucking it up if I don't like it or spending some time ordering/finding samples. The problem is most of the sites seem to have flavored samples, not unflavored. I tried going to GNC for sample-size ones and they only had flavored.

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I use Unjury I get it from unjury.com.

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I use unjury I get it from unjury.com.

That's what I was going to get, but then I started hearing it wasn't good for mixing into hot things, and I definitely want something I can mix for hot or cold.

What's been your experience with it? What do you add it to?

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I also use the unjury powders - love the way they taste! I love the chicken Soup option and keep a container at work. You just have to be careful that the Water temperature does not exceed 140 deg. No, that's not as hot as I would like my regular Soup, but for lunch at work, I can live with the 140 deg. I keep a thermometer at my desk so that I don't have to guess. I did get the Water too hot once which caused the whey to clump; the taste did not change, but the clumpy whey looked weird and felt weird in my mouth. I do mix in a touch of chicken bouillon just because.

Another good thing about Unjury, if you don't like it, you can return it.

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