Thread: When does protein powder expire?
12/25/2005 10:43pm, #11Originally Posted by Abominable Snowman
12/25/2005 11:06pm, #12
Why are you buying protein powder in the first place? I ask because a lot of people drink it unnecessarily. Protein powder is absolutely no better for you than protein found in your food, and it's much more expensive.Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
12/25/2005 11:23pm, #13
About once a week I make a drink in the morning in the blender using whey protein.
A one lb bag lasts seemingly forever.
1 cup rice milk
2 cups frozen strawbwrries
1/4 cup whey protein
It's a quick and healthy alternative to cooking.
12/26/2005 12:36am, #14
Like I said, I only get ~120g of protein per day INCLUDING the shakes. I don't eat much in the first place, even though I try to. Or, for example, I'll eat pancakes or waffles for breakfast. Almost no protein there. I avoid eggs if I can and chicken gets old after a while. I usually just have one in the morning or after I work out. No big deal. That's why it's taking me so long to eat it all.
12/26/2005 12:09pm, #15
ON nutrition, 35$ or so for 76 servings.
12/26/2005 3:28pm, #16Originally Posted by Abominable Snowman
Stir the protein powder into the pancake batter.
Whenever I have oatmeal, I'll stir a scoop of protein powder in when it's done cooking. It gives it a good flavor.
12/26/2005 3:47pm, #17
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I inadvertantly ate some protein powder that expired 2 months ago. Gave me bad gas cramps and even worse than usual smelling protein farts.Who, for Pete’s sake! Is opposing science? In fact, we want MORE science by CRITICALLY ANALIZING the evidence-Connie Morris, Kansas State BOE (bolding and underlining part of original quote, red is my emphasis)
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