Hi guys! Stopping by for a quickie. Today I tried Whole Foods Soy Protein Powder:
I'm a little nervous about having too much soy in my diet based on some of things I've read about it. Anyone have any insight on the topic? Regardless, the shake was very delicious- almost malt like. The first sip did taste a little...chalky, but it was a very slight taste and I didn't notice it after the first sip. Stats(based on the package):
14 g protein
125 calories (for the packet, I added 1 cup 1 % milk which added another 110 calories)
1 g fat
contains soy ( duhhhh ), "Good manufacturing practices used to segregate ingredients in a facility that also processes milk, egg, fish, shellfish, tree nut and wheat ingredients."
contains no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
Ingredients: soy protein isolate, fructose, dutch cocoa, natural chocolate and vanilla flavors, tri -calcium phosphate, potassium cholride, guar cum, santhan gum, magnesium oxide, vitamin E succinate, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), ferrous fumarate, niacinamide, zinc oxide, copper cluconate, claciumpantothenate, viamin A ( palmitate ), selenomethionine, potassium iodide, cyanocobalamin (sorry if there are any misspellings)
Ok, so far I prefer the Jay Robb Egg white protein best. The ingredient list was far shorter and I actually liked the taste better. More to come! Feedback is welcomed!