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Hi Everyone! I was recently diagnosed with celiac, and I am looking for a certified gluten free protein powder with the following qualities:

-whey isolate or plant-based

-soy free

-no artificial flavors or preservatives

-free of hormones

-around 20-25 grams of protein per serving; around 100-120 calories

-will not cause weight gain, but helps with lean muscle


The protein powder I was originally using I found out was made in a facility that also makes wheat :( if anyone could help me out it would be very, very much appreciated. I was told of standard process whey complete, called Whey Pro-Complete and also Vega. Does anyone know anything about this? I've tried the Raw Organic protein powder (both the unflavored and the vanilla) and I am not a big fan of the tastes. I would  prefer not even having stevia (so can be unflavored) but I don't want one that tastes too horrible! Please let me know!! I live a very healthy lifestyle, so I have been picky with choosing and I am running out of options. I truly need your help!!

Thank you all so much, and thank you for taking the time to read my post.




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