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brown rice protein powder

Discussion in 'Protein' started by gretchen, Jul 13, 2013.

  1. gretchen

    gretchen Member

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    I suppose this is a no-go but I added it about a month ago to flavor my goat milk. I'm not sure I could replace it. Any suggestions?
     
  2. Combie

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    well you could grind a cardboard box into powder and use that, it would taste the same!

    I think protein powders are out full stop on a Peat inspired diet. I still use a bit of whey though.
     
  3. 4peatssake

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    What about a little honey or sugar for flavor, or homemade chocolate syrup. And if you need protein, you could add gelatin.

    Or make latte and add coffee perhaps. Or vanilla.
    I drink OJ and milk together, don't know what goat milk would be like but it's a terrific combo with cow's milk.
    If I need additional protein, I add gelatin - to everything! ;)

    This is what I found from RP about protein powder.

     
  4. wes

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    Gosh... i cant remember where i read this and i cant seem to find it in my archives or online.

    From what i remember... you need to avoid protein powders that have been refined through a heating process. The heating process denatures some of the proteins, which can be very toxic to the system. This is especially true about 100% whey. After reading that article i gave my wife's coworker a 10lb bag of 100% whey. Was that wrong? :?

    There is really no reason you cant achieve all of your daily protein from eggs, dairy, gelatin, and occasional meats. Gelatin is soo cheap too.
     
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    gretchen

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    I've added honey and think I will stick with that. I use instant coffee with the milk also which is quite tasty- I recommend it.

    Actually I was thinking of using the protein powder for banana smoothies, as though I would consume a banana regularly ever again..... :D I guess this diet has some "finality" so far as some foods are concerned and that takes time to get used to.
     
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