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Friday, October 22, 2010

Rice-Based Dairy-Free Protein Powder

I've said frequently and forcefully that detox and purification programs are quackery. You don't have toxic chemicals in your body that can be "detoxified" nor is stuff sitting up in your colon that doesn't come out with normal excretion.

Normally, therefore, when I see a product designed for a purification program I'd just skip right over it.

Of course, products have more than one use and some of those uses may be far more beneficial.

That's why I'm mentioning Standard Process's SP Complete Dairy Free rice protein powder.



SP Complete Dairy Free is a nutritious whole food supplement powder that mixes with water, or with fruits and vegetables to make healthy shakes. It provides vital nutrients, and contains the same whole food ingredients as SP Complete, but with rice protein instead of whey.




There are many whey-based and soy-based protein powders on the market. Unfortunately, a large number of people are allergic to whey or soy or both. An alternative and less-allergenic protein source is valuable to know about.

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1 comment:

Kushal Pandit said...

Thanx for ur post, ya i read somewhere Protein Powders are beneficial. They provide your body with protein that the food you eat may not be providing. buy i wann know, is Protein Powders benificial for body building ???