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Safe Drink Protein Shakes Allergic Soy
Is grass-fed organic whey protein powder safe to 29w pregnant women? Some source online says whey protein is not safe. wellwisdom.com/whey-protein-du
Either: The whey protein shake likely has more protein, depending on how much is added. Base your decision on the nutrients and what you are looking for- which has more protein? Number of fat grams? Amount of simple sugars? Does the shake have added vitamins and minerals? What tastes the best? Both sound like reasonable recovery drinks. ...Read more
Yes: Though i don't know why.Get a more detailed answer ›
Real/Processed Food: Suggest larger/wider focus: as creatures adapted to eat real food from nature (digestion, selective absorption & complex internal molecular rebuilding under sophisticated internal controls), why would eating crudely processed material you can't see, saved as powder, by people wanting to make a buck, be superior? Safe? Hopefully yes, including kidney function. Wise...? Another issue. ...Read more
What is better whey protein or rice protein powder? I heard whey protein has heavy metals in it... Any advice?
If not allergic : If neither the mom or the child have a soy allergy there should be no problem. If the infant seems to be uncomfortable with feeding, has excessive gas or other gastrointestinal symptoms it may need to be removed from the diet. Soy protein is one that can trigger allergic symptoms in some people. ...Read more
Are whey and casein protein powder shakes safe long term? Any alternatives that also contain all essential amino acids? Thanks!
Maybe...: There's more to milk than just lactose. Intolerance to milk may include problems with milk proteins or even with processing the fat component of milk. If your problem resolves with concomittant use of lactase enzyme when eating the same milk products (that cause gas & diarrhea in the absence of lactase) then lactose intolerance is likely. More elegant lactose intolerance testing is available too. ...Read more
I consume flaxseed oil and protein powder usually soy protein. Is that safe at any pregnancy stage?
Probably OK: would need to know exact ingredientsGet a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Yes. There is soy protein, rice protein, and pea protein. There are many reputable companies that manufacture these products, and some only sell to professional offices such as doctors' offices for patients to buy. For some of these companies, you can buy online if your doctor refers you. ...Read more
Gonna try whey protein powder tomorrow, does it have any side effects from taking protein powder?
Not really: Rarely it can cause minor GI issues such as bloating or gas. ...Read more
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