Organic Valley Fuel Whey Protein Powder, Chocolate, 12 oz
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- 12 oz canister of organic whey vanilla protein shake powder
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Organic Fuel Whey Protein Powder is a great-tasting, nutritious, high-protein whey powder. It is ideal for post-workout recovery or meal replacements for athletes looking to increase their protein consumption and support their body’s muscle recovery after physical exertion like biking, running, sports competition and gym workouts. Organic Fuel Whey Protein Powder is packed with protein, natural carbohydrates and essential nutrients from a simple list of organic, fair trade ingredients. It does not contain unnecessary additives you can’t pronounce, artificial flavorings or sweeteners, GMOs, pesticides, antibiotics or hormones. What you do get is powerful nutrition from a trusted brand. Organic Valley Organic Fuel Whey Protein Powder contains (per serving) 26 grams of whey protein, only 3 grams of sugar and is a good source of calcium, all in a convenient powder you can take anywhere and mixes smoothly into liquids (water, milk or juice). Organic Fuel Whey Protein Powder comes in two delicious flavors: Vanilla and Chocolate.
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I'm usually a fan of Organic Valley (In my fridge, I have milk, yoghurt, cheese, cream cheese, buttermilk...). But I'm not a fan of artificial sweeteners or sugar substitutes, even stevia extract. Dr. Robert Lustig has spoken extensively about how artificial sweeteners can mess up the feedback loop between the brain and body to screw up hunger and insulin signals when the body gets sweetness without the corresponding energy (calories). Why Organic Valley would resort to stevia in the powder when they successfully kept it out of the shake is beyond me and unfortunate. Even if you can get past the potential endocrinological effects, the stevia gives the powder a weird over-sweetness that is common with most artificial sweeteners and sugar substitutes.
I prefer the Naked Whey and Naked Casin protein powders, which are straight protein that I can put in my own shake recipes, where I can control the ingredients.