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Gluten And Dairy Free Protein Shake/weight Loss Shake
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I was at my local health food store looking at protein shakes, and they all have some sort of dairy/whey in them.

Do you know of any that are gluten free and DAIRY free?

BAMBAM

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We were talking about whey protein on a different thread recently and someone brought up goatein. Don't know if that would work for you or not though.

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I haven't tried the Goatein yet, but may pick some up this weekend. My problem with dairy is the casein, and there are some who believe the casein in goat milk is different enough so that it might not be a problem for me. I'm going to find out I guess.

Here is the link for you to look at http://www.gardenoflife.com/detail_goatein.shtml

There is also a few different brands of rice protein powder. I've used a few of those, but the carb count was usually higher than I'd like personally. If you're not concerned about that part, then some health food stores have pure rice protein powders.

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Oh, and I can't remember if I've ever seen any "premixed" protein drinks that fit that description...there are probably some soy kinds.

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Slim Fast has a new drink out that is gluten free and lactose free...they're pretty good!

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I was at my local health food store looking at protein shakes, and they all have some sort of dairy/whey in them.

Do you know of any that are gluten free and DAIRY free?

BAMBAM

This is gluten free and casein free, to the best of my knowledge. I'm assuming you don't have issues with eggs. I use this shake for weight GAIN, not loss, but it also works for a protein shake. I am Gluten-free Casein-free and I have had some success with a combination of Rose Acre Farm dried egg whites (cage free!) mixed with Almond Breeze Chocolate (Sweetened with evaporated cane juice) Almond Milk.

1 tablespoon of the egg white powder is 50 calories and 11 grams of protein.

4oz of almond milk is 60 calories and 1 gram of protein.

If you call that a "serving" you get 110 calories per serving and 12g of protein per 4oz of shake. Not much in itself but it scales up quite nicely.

I typically will scale this up 3-5 times after a workout to get between 330-550 calories and 36-60 grams of protein. Not bad for 12-20oz of beverage which tastes really good and is easy to drink. Mixes fine in a shaker cup as well.

I've found this to be the best (and most natural) solution for me. If you can't deal with almond milk (I like it better than soy/rice) you could choose soy/rice milk instead.

You can buy the egg whites online at Rose Acre Farms website. You can buy the Almond Breeze at Trader Joe's or online at Almond Breeze's website. I have no affiliation with either.

Hope that helps!

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Ah yes, I do have egg whites that I add to my smoothies...these are powdered and I found mine at Whole Foods.

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I have been drinking this:

100% Egg Protien

I called and it is completely dairy free and they said they add no gluten to the protein at all. They also said they clean the equipment before different batches, however, they cannot certify the product is gluten-free (not sure too many companies can do that anyway). It comes in chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla and is sweetened with stevia.

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Slim Fast has a new drink out that is gluten free and lactose free...they're pretty good!

I agree, these aren't bad. Quick meal in a can! ha :lol:

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Sometimes I use Jay Robb's egg white protein powder and mix it with rice milk. It's pretty good :)

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I use a variety of protein powders for drinks or meal replacements; I aim to keep all my powders natural and low carb with no sweeteners or artificial sweeteners (they do contain stevia, except for the hemp and rice). The following are gluten-free and CF/lactose free/soy corn nut free/ no sweeteners or fake sweeteners- not even stevia: Manitoba Harvest Organic Hemp Protein (can buy anywhere online or Whole Foods, though amazon .com has the best deal right now with the brand Nutiva), and Vegan Rice Protein (doesn't mix well but is easily available at Whole Foods).

I also have found that the Jay Robb Vanilla Egg white protein is great (arguably the best) (contains stevia). The protein is from free range natural no hormone chickens, etc. but is expensive; it only contains egg, soy lecithin, stevia, etc. It is "made in a facility" but I have never reacted to it as contaminated (see note below for exception) and I am extremely sensitive to gluten. He guarantees no dairy, sweeteners, etc on the canister and the company is excellent- a few months after I bought my first canister from the Jay Robb website, I received an email that my batch had been contaminated with whey in the factory. When I followed up and contacted the company, they were very nice, they apologized for the cross-contamination and even sent me a completely free (free shipping also) canister of the new improved formula! I am pleased with their company and highly recommend Jay Robb if you can afford it.

Since I have been addressing my gluten issue, I find I can tolerate particular whey proteins also. Biochem makes a great line of whey-based proteins, most notably Greens and Whey, which are gluten-free and lactose free- they are the highest quality whey protein I have found and the Greens N' Whey gives the green superfood added benefit the other powders do not (it does contain Stevia in the Vanilla flavor). I don't know if you can tolerate whey in any form, but if you become daring and try it out be sure to only get whey isolate processed at low temperatures from cows not treated with hormones, etc. Any whey "combination" or non-pure isolate contains lactose. I do not know about casein in the powder, you'd have to call.

I am not doing these powders justice so please feel free to check out their websites- at the very least the hemp and rice proteins are guaranteed gluten-free CF, etc. Good luck!

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Revival Soy is gluten and dairy free. www.revivalsoy.com

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GNC has some pretty good Soy protein powder. THe chocolate and strawberry are gluten and dairy free but the vanilla is not. I always add some friut to the shake and it makes it a bit better. Not as good as the whey protein shakes but I do feel better drinking them instead of the dairy ones.

Nicole

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