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3.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad add in for shakes but not a stand alone protein, April 13, 2013
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This review is from: Raw Organic Whey - USDA Certified Organic Whey Protein, 12oz (Health and Beauty)
If you're in the habit of buying organic anything, you already know/expect to pay far more for your products than other people. Unsurprisingly, Raw Organic Whey is very expensive.

Is it 'worth every penny'? That depends on your needs. For me, not really. My post-workout shakes contain 50-75 grams of protein, coming from whey powder, peanut butter, and whatever else gets thrown in the blender. 2 scoops is about 5 bucks, one package lasts about a week since it's only 14 servings.

When I first started using the product, would add two servings of organic hemp protein in (lower protein but many times cheaper) to make my Raw last longer. Since the protein isn't flavored (natural and pure all the way) I add in vanilla or almond extract on top of bananas and pb.

All this is a lot of effort for someone concerned about getting 4500 calories in a day. Like I said, product's value all depends on your needs. If you got some cash to throw around and prefer natural products, there's not many products like Raw Organic Whey. Try it for yourself. If you don't care for it, no problem cause you're only getting 14 servings a pop.
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Initial post: May 5, 2013 8:54:12 PM PDT
David Flores says:
Great post for those of us concerned with health but also looking to get bigger/stronger, I always choose non denatured protein with NOTHING artificial, but sadly if you ingest high quantity, the value just isn't there, I hope company's catch on and lifters and martial artist support them so its sustainable for them.

Posted on Dec 26, 2013 10:04:32 AM PST
huh?

Posted on Apr 20, 2014 4:30:48 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 20, 2014 4:36:16 PM PDT
Cat says:
You need to understand the importance of "grass fed" as opposed to ONLY organic. Organic dairy products can come from cows fed with a certain percentage of grain. Grain is not a particularly good food for cows. Grass fed cows produce dairy and beef products with a LOT more nutrients than your grain-fed cow. Grass fed cows are also much more expensive to raise from calf to full-grown cow. Add to this information the fact that this protein is made from RAW milk which is unpasteurized. Pasteurization also destroys nutrients in the milk. This whey protein is also cold processed. LOTS of info on the Internet regarding this info.
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