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GI-Friendly "Carriers" for Whey Protein?

Answered on March 20, 2014
Created March 15, 2014 at 5:06 PM

I often have GI issues (IBS type symptoms) and have been looking for a "safe" way to eat whey protein isolate. My standard is to mix it in with greek yogurt, but this gets tiresome and sometimes my digestion doesn't feel like yogurt.

Nut butters can aggravate IBS (and I still haven't found a store-bought source for blanched almond butter). I splurged on some Macadamia nut butter, but it was so ridiculously expensive, I haven't dared yet open it to try.

Can someone recommend something else that's relatively tasty and reasonably priced?

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on March 16, 2014
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not good price but best quality.. one world whey protein

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Try mixing it with gelatin, this is an easy to mix with gi friendly hydrophyllic substance that should in theory be OK if not Good for IBS.

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