Best 2020 - Total Milk Protein // 80% Casein 20% Whey // Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Non-GMO, USA, Keto Low Carb, Natural BCAAs (1000g / 2.2lbs, Unflavored)

Best Whey Protein Powder 2020 Total Milk Protein // 80% Casein 20% Whey // Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Non-GMO, USA, Keto Low Carb, Natural BCAAs (1000g / 2.2lbs, Unflavored). 

👍Only One Ingredient // Milk protein concentrate from pasture-fed growth hormone free US cow milk.
👍Designed for mixing // Our unflavored protein is most delicious when mixed with your favorite delicious beverage. Be creative, add it to a smoothie or pudding or even your morning cup of coffee!
👍Smart Protein // 27g protein, only 2g natural sugar, only 2g carbs, 120 calories, 5.37g of naturally occurring BCAAs.

Smart138 whey protein powder It's low-fat milk protein concentrate. So it tastes like milk. There are no sweeteners, emulsifiers, chemicals, or pixie dust-which-might-be-harmful. It's also from hormone-free milk. Better tasting than whey, egg white, soy, pea, peanut, hemp, and collagen, although plain collagen is the 2nd best tasting. Unlike collagen, it's low in histamines. Another good thing. Can't recommend it enough. And I'm not getting a commission for selling you protein.

Best Smart138 Sport Nutrition Ideal nighttime protein. I blend in Ninja with fruit, spinach, almond milk and "recovery" mix. Smooth, very fine powder. I get no odor or taste from it. The only downside is the packaging. Mine arrived with pinholes in the "resealable" pouch. I recommend transferring it to a more durable container.

Smart138 Whey Protein I was looking for a product that I could use to make a low carb version of dairy milk. This is NOT the same as the nonfat dry milk widely available in grocery stores. It is the proteins ONLY concentrated from cows' milk with no fat and almost none of the lactose. However, I have used this product to make a fluid milk replacement that tastes quite favorably compared to whole milk. 1 scoop product mixed with 1 cup tepid or lukewarm water (use a stick blender for a few seconds) then add 1 cup heavy cream plus enough water to make a quart. I add 1-2 tsp stevia or erythritol blend and a tiny pinch of salt. It is the best I have tasted and nearly eliminates the milk sugar to allow for low carb/keto folk. Makes great hot chocolate!

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