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Protein powder gives me bad diarrhea. What should I use?

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Dr. Arthur Heller
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Food

No need to take protein powder, unless there is some diagnosed intestinal ailment or need for supplementation that can not be met be eating real food.
Protein sources include meat, fish, poultry, dairy (milk, yogurt, cheese, kefir), bean products including tofu, tempeh, eggs, nuts, seeds; grains generally leeser source of high quality protein. Quinoa exceptional (a seed that cooks like a grain).

In brief: Food

No need to take protein powder, unless there is some diagnosed intestinal ailment or need for supplementation that can not be met be eating real food.
Protein sources include meat, fish, poultry, dairy (milk, yogurt, cheese, kefir), bean products including tofu, tempeh, eggs, nuts, seeds; grains generally leeser source of high quality protein. Quinoa exceptional (a seed that cooks like a grain).
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Dr. Tarek Naguib
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis

In brief: Don't use them

Use naturally occurring proteins like animal and plant proteins.

In brief: Don't use them

Use naturally occurring proteins like animal and plant proteins.
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