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Why is Soy Based Protein not the Best Option?
Posted by Levi Hensley on 19 December 2015 08:32 PM

Why is Soy Based Protein not the Best Option?

 

While it is true that Soy does have a higher protein per grams count than many other non-whey protein powders, total protein grams is not the only factor. There are a few other important aspects to consider when choosing your protein source.

Finding non GMO soy products is getting harder and harder to do, even when they are labeled GMO free. Even if you do find an all natural source of Soy protein, all soy actually raises bad estrogen levels in the body. This has the potential to lead to a lot of other health problems with long term use.

If you must use a Soy protein then we suggest that you use a protein blend. You can mix it with a pea or rice protein so you can get a good balance of complete proteins in each serving.

We also suggest using a Whey based protein if you do not have any dietary restrictions preventing it. The one that we use and recommend to our clients and customer and use ourselves is from our friends at BioTRUST nutrition.

You can check it out by using the following link: BioTRUST Low Carb (Low Carb Time-Released Protein Blend)

 

Here are just a few reasons we think it is one of the best options on the market:

- 100% All-Natural, Hormone-Free

- No Artificial Colors, Sweeteners or Flavors

- Time-Released Four Protein Blend

- Only 4g of Net Carbs Per Serving

- 4 Grams of High Quality Fiber

We hope this helps you with your choice on what protein source to use and wish you much success with your health and fitness goals.

- Customer Support Staff

 


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