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Which has the lower lactose? Whey Protein Isolate or the Milk Protein Isolate?
First post so be kind!
In the past I have had stomach upsets when using WPC82 which I think is down to the lactose. I have similar problems if I drink lots of milk although the odd pint is no problem.
My question is, which has the lower lactose? Whey Protein Isolate or the Milk Protein Isolate. I know the Milk Isolate is published on the site as being about 1.5% lactose but the % lactose content of the whey isolate isn't shown.
You can drink a pint of milk and not have any discomfort but WPC82 gives you discomfort? Hmm that's strange, I'm completely the opposite way round. A pint of milk has 25g lactose in it, and one protein shake has about 2g.
Ye, well anyway, the protein isolate is about 0.6% lactose, so it's lower than the milk one.
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