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good Non-dairy protein powders?

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2011/04/03 15:08:52 (permalink)

good Non-dairy protein powders?

Hi, so i have got eczma and am allergic to eggs, milk proteins, cheese and fish. Most of the time i get my protein inake from nuts and meat and soy protein i have heard that it has estrogenic properties and was  wondering if there was anyone in a similiar situation and could recomend me a protein powder.

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    Re:good Non-dairy protein powders? 2011/04/03 15:33:20 (permalink)
    Some soy protein wont be a problem, but if you're having a LOT then it could prove to be an issue.
    Have a look at Pea Protein Isolate. Its sold @ MP and Bulk powders and Nutrisport 90+ Vegan.
    I've personally tried 90+ Vegan and Bulk powders PPI and both were palatable.
    MP also sell Brown Rice Protein. 
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    Re:good Non-dairy protein powders? 2011/04/03 16:49:31 (permalink)
    MyProtein do a number of non dairy protein powders:
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    Re:good Non-dairy protein powders? 2011/04/03 21:09:02 (permalink)
    alternative protein powders taste pretty rank, if given a choice i'd go with brown rice powder over pea protein.
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    Re:good Non-dairy protein powders? 2011/04/03 22:53:24 (permalink)
    I like soy protein, cheap, helpful to recovery. Hard to fully dissolve though, so it's a bit 'powdery' when you drink it.
    It contains some compounds mimic estrogen but they are actually just 1% active as estrodiol. I even think it's helpful when you got too high estrogen level because the less active compounds would compete receptors with real estrogen.
    I don't believe soy protein will cause gyno; chinese and japanese men take soybean product everyday and got lower gyno rate.
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    Re:good Non-dairy protein powders? 2011/04/04 20:15:42 (permalink)
    Goats whey protein is a good alternative. Not far different from normal unflavored whey. Doesnt taste of much really.
    Been using it for a while, getting it from MP. Recommend it.
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    Re:good Non-dairy protein powders? 2011/04/04 20:18:57 (permalink)
    have you tried a peptide formula - as the protein is no longer in tact.
    Also milk protein allergy - how was this diagnosed as its uber rare in adults, and I am suspicious about your list as it reads like a health food shop rast test result and the reliability of those is just below that of my lottery predictions!
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