If she is looking for a fast acting protein try casein hydrolysate, although many people don’t like the taste because it can be extremely bitter. For a meal replacement go with casein as that tends to sit in the gut longer. What’s wrong with her eating more meals, if this is the case?[/quote]
I would bet that most people with milk allergens (which is common) would also be allergic to casein as well, even if hydrolyzed because even high quality CH is not 100% hydrolyzed.
[quote]…If she has an allergic reaction to those two look for beef protein[/quote](
very expensive. you might as well just eat fresh ground organic grass fed beef which is undoubtedly better for you)
or rice (Jarrow is top notch)
Disagree. Based on the studies I’ve read, in a side by side comparison of whey hydrolysate and SOY protein, the only difference in muscle protein synthesis is caused by additional leucine in the whey. Soy protein is shitty though, but the point of that study is that even fancy whey isn’t that much better than vegetable protein, and is much cheaper, so use the extra money to buy some L-Leucine from the Biotest Store, and you’re good to go. By the way, most rice protein (including Jarrow) is fortified to closely match the amino acid profile of egg, which is leucine rich.
*edited for clarity