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  1. Default Maltodextrin and dairy?

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    I suffer from breakouts from Whey Protein so I am going to purchase the Egg protein from here although I do not really want to take anything dairy. Does anyone take Soy Protein Isolate? Because it contains no dairy products and I thought this would have been the alternative to whey if you suffer from acne breakouts...

    Also I have been researching Maltodextrin and different websites provide various answers to whether Maltodextrin contains dairy. Does anyone know this for real?
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    Maltodextrin contains no dairy.

    Are you sure the breakouts are from whey?
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    Well I am lactose intolerant...I breakout from eating and drinking dairy products such as cheese and milk. I am looking for a dairy-free protein powder. I have been doing a lot of research and I think Soy Protein Isolate is the best choice as the PDCAAS is = to that of whey protein (1.0) also has a lot of benefits. Anyone else take Soy Protein Isolate here? Let me know the results

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    I think pea protein is more popular. I would at least try the egg to see if its ok asit is superior to both.
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    it is absolute correct that milk products does cause acne, boils and infalmed skin break outs. i was using whey protien for 3 years and did not realise that this milk product was causing inflamed skin, skin peeling, and boils, drinking milk products also caused bowel inflamation and doctor thought it was colitis when they saw all the inflamation in the bowels with a camera. since then i have stopped all milk products and all my skin problems has gone away including bowel inflamation. People with blood group "0" cannot tollerate milk, and people with blood group AB are very lucki as they can drink cows milk without any side effects. Cows milk are the biggest culprits and to blood group "0" is totaly poison. More details on blood group diet can be found on yahoo search engine if you type " Blood group diet" very useful benefiting info

    i would use soya protien but the amino acids in soya is incomplete and lack essentiol amino acids to repair and build muscle, i just hope Myprotien brings out or source whey protien derived from Buffaloes milk, Buffalos milk is easily digested without any side effects at all
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    its not just the lactose which causes skin erruptions but its the actual whey or milk protien itself , as i tried lactose free whey protien and i still got skin erruptions with loads of blisters and boils eruptions on back neck and face.
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    Hmm. I wonder if this is why my arms and hands currently have started looking like i have leprosy. I have recently upped my whey intake.

    The question of whey from non-cow sources came up along time ago on this board. Maybe it is time to resurrect the interest ...
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    great reply jez, interesting to see what you say about the blood type causing intolerance to milk. I will be awaiting a dairy free alternative. I'm intrigued by Soy protein Isolate but i hear it lacks essential amino acids MP come on and d something!!
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    soy protein is a no no, i could give you a list of why it is bad, go for the egg protein.

    As far as milk and blood group, that is incorrect, whilst it is dependant upon genetics it is not as simple as blood group, it just happens to be the percentage of blood types in different areas correlate with different blood types, in todays mixed world it is dependant upon genetic make up.
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    Originally Posted by Rekt View Post
    I suffer from breakouts from Whey Protein so I am going to purchase the Egg protein from here although I do not really want to take anything dairy. Does anyone take Soy Protein Isolate? Because it contains no dairy products and I thought this would have been the alternative to whey if you suffer from acne breakouts...

    Also I have been researching Maltodextrin and different websites provide various answers to whether Maltodextrin contains dairy. Does anyone know this for real?
    I have the same problem. I have figured out that I am not only lactose intolerant but also this allergy seems to extend to all red meat.

    Not only does whey protein lead to skin breakouts, but so do all kinds of creatine.

    I have ended up here to obtain the pea protein which I have been using for some weeks with no obvious adverse effects. I'm cautiously trying whole eggs.

    I am at a loss of what to use to replace the creatine... but given that the pea protein seems to be making a difference, I'm not so sure I need a creatine substitute...

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