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Whey Protein/Lactose Intolerance

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2006/07/12 01:03:07 (permalink)

Whey Protein/Lactose Intolerance

Hey guys/gals, just a quick question for you.

I was wondering what Whey Protein product is best for someone who suffers from lactose intolerance. I've heard confflicting stories, so I figured I would come to the best in the buisness for advice.

Also, I tried one product, I don't remember the exact name, but it was Chocolate, so I took my medicine with the shake so I wouldn't have a problem. Low and behold I still had a "indigestion" kind of feeling, but when I asked someone else about it... they said that Whey does that to most people. Is this guy just crazy? Or do I have to deal with this "bubble" feeling everytime?

I really appreciate your help!
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    shaunakadub
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    RE: Whey Protein/Lactose Intolerance 2006/07/12 01:04:45 (permalink)
    Sorry for the double post, but I forgot to add:

    I'm looking for a product that is lower on the Calorie/Carb side because I still have some pesky weight I want to get rid of.
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    RE: Whey Protein/Lactose Intolerance 2006/07/12 13:58:50 (permalink)
    well, if you are lactose intolerant then i would suggest a good brand of Whey Protein isolate. Try Reflex's Micro whey, or All in one's WPI. If you want an unflavoured one then myprotein and allinone sell it
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    RE: Whey Protein/Lactose Intolerance 2006/07/12 16:12:59 (permalink)
    soya protein is good

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    RE: Whey Protein/Lactose Intolerance 2006/07/12 16:43:30 (permalink)
    AS above or look at Egg protein or Liquid egg whites
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    RE: Whey Protein/Lactose Intolerance 2006/07/13 17:03:41 (permalink)
    I'd go with whey protein isolate, as Adil suggested. It's also virtually carb free. You can also look into egg protein or supplementing with lactase (digestive enzyme)
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    RE: Whey Protein/Lactose Intolerance 2006/07/14 03:15:51 (permalink)
    tropicana health and fitness sells a product called protein ice. 40grams of whey per serving,low carbs and no lactose. about £2.60 per bottle though which is a bit pricey for me.

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    RE: Whey Protein/Lactose Intolerance 2006/07/14 05:44:12 (permalink)
    you might want to look into calcium caseinate.
    virtually no lactose/carbs/fats.
    not as quickly absorbed as whey though.

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    RE: Whey Protein/Lactose Intolerance 2006/07/14 10:11:41 (permalink)
    I also have a mild lactose intolerance and found ON 100% stuff was good! It is not entirely isolate, but the majority of it is and it contains lactase which helps.

    To be completly safe you could go for just isolate but this is usally more expensive.

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