Great stuff! I do like to add a bit of stevia drops to it myself though. Jesse on 19/10/2013 Some dodo mentioned canadianprotein.Dom and I said I wasn't interested because I only wanted unflavoured pure New Zealand whey protein. This is my first order with Canadian Protein and their shipping was fast. “I am building nice cut strong muscles without the cholesterol and grease of meat with this incredibly excellent product! Thank you very much. I don't know that I'd try it with just water. It tastes pretty good not super artificial and mixes fairly well. LOVE your products thank boo much !!!
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I usually buy the 5 lb. bag and transfer the contents into a rigid plastic container I got from another protein powder company. It has more of a vanilla flavour with a slight coffee after taste. Mixes well with milk, green tea or in a smoothie. Glad I did. The protein also helps regulate hormone levels, it boosts the metabolism, it strengthens the immune system, and much more besides. Great company, great protein powder. 10/10 would recommend. It's very affordable too, thanks! Best tasting, best quality whey protein Robby on 09/07/2013 My wife and I are in love with this product. Excited to try the Cinnabun and new Canadian Maple when I make my next order Great value! New Zealand Whey Protein comes strictly from dairy herds that are predominantly Jerseys and Holstein-Fresians which graze on healthy pesticide-free, chemical-free natural green grass pastures, even in winter.
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