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Isopure Proteins. Om using this Protein a d im just wondering what others are using. I cant do the premade Premier Protein anymore. Its too sweet. I started uaing this protein and mixing it with low fat milk. Ive lost 35 pounds and im 5 months post op

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That's great. I'm too lazy so I still use the premade. I use GNC Lean shakes.

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I use this
Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% whey Protein Powder, chocolate Malt, 2 Pound https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002DYJ02A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_XELHCbEH0VYWT
Ice cream has always been one of my favorite treats, especially a chocolate malt. I love the flavor of this. I make up a batch and freeze it in containers. Makes a great snack that I don’t have to feel the least bit guilty over. And if I add a little PB2 it tastes like Reese’s

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I use all the Body Fortress super advanced whey Protein powders and the protein isolate with unsweetened almond milk. It's not super sweet. I despise Premier Protein, they taste like aluminum foil to me. I've also tried Syntrax Nectars, but they are not very good either.

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