Are you sure you only get 22g of protein per 100g? Or is it 22g per SCOOP?
I wouldn’t worry about getting ‘man boobs’ from soy products in general, much less from a supplement used in moderation. I drink about 6 cups of soy milk per day - I am lactose intolerant - and also order a mix of whey/pea/soy protein that I use (as they are the cheapest proteins you can find and I enjoy varying my diet as much as I can). I have yet to notice anything budding under my nips and my libido and strength/size progress are just as swell as when I was slugging milk and whey.
I only ask about rechecking the label because I think cheap-ass whey concentrate is about 80% protein by volume (whereas yours is 22%), so I am curious as to what they are using as filler.[/quote]
FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY PLEASE GET YOURSELF SOME ALMOND MILK!
Srsly Bro Soy is so freaking bad for you. I mean unless you are comfortable with female hormones and thyroid binding. [/quote]
Oh, snap… hopefully you sell a supplement that claims to reduce estrogen levels, too! That way, you can do ALL of my thinking for me![/quote]
That was sarcasm (aimed at some of the people in this thread whom I’m not entirely sure can manage to think without having others loan them a few brain cells to rub together). I assumed you were being sarcastic, as well.
Unless you were being serious… in which case, reread my personal experience since making the switch to soy and trust that I am a smart enough fellow to judge for myself what works for me.[/quote]
Well MY FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY delivery was purposely over the top.
I am one hundred percent serious about almond milk being better for you than soy. I don’t personally believe that human beings should consume soy. ever.