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2015-07-28

Maximum Human Performance Paleo Protein Supplement



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Paleo Protein – Beef & Egg White Protein

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 9.8 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00BWUCVI6
  • UPC: 666222091877
  • Item model number: PROMMHP37

Customer Reviews

A great (but not perfect) alternative to whey and plant-based protein

14 people found this helpful.
 on October 4, 2013
By David J. Gal
While I’m usually skeptical of anything that waves the ‘paleo’ flag too hard, I decided to try this stuff out because I wanted to decrease my dairy intake, but I also haven’t found any plant-based protein powders that I don’t thoroughly despise. If I want to eat flour and sand I’ll bake at the beach.

I like it

One person found this helpful.
 on June 10, 2016
By ecav
I like the protein content (20g) and the source (beef/egg). I can’t have soy powders due to allergy. Can’t have whey due to lactose issues. Rice/Pea/Hemp powders always leave something to be desired. So this product has been my preference until I find something better. It helps keep me full in the mornings. I mix it with berries, banana, peanut butter, chia seeds and almond milk in a blender daily. With that combo, the Vanilla Almond flavor pairs well. I wish this came in more flavors though. Also this product is quite sweet on it’s own. Mixed with the tartness of the berries, it is more enjoyable for me. Stevia is the sweetener. Perhaps added to counteract the salt that is added? This has 280mg of sodium per scoop, which I’m not crazy about. Other than that, it’s a decent product that mixes well no additional additives or herbs. PS: it’s also pretty good blenderized with frozen fruit to make it more like ice cream. Then eat it with a spoon!

unless they are used to the whey protein shakes that smell like malted milk shakes

One person found this helpful.
 on July 24, 2016
By traveling with 3 kids
I am allergic to dairy and intolerant of soy (and my kids) and the veggie based proteins turn my stomach. I can’t understand why some people think this is so vile…unless they are used to the whey protein shakes that smell like malted milk shakes. I have to use my Vitamix to combine it but I don’t really mind. That just means the emulsifiers aren’t high. It is protein- what do you expect? I can even get my 4-year-old to drink it when he’s been shunning all sources of protein and needs a supplement. I can drink this when I crave something sweet and I always add spinach. I use one scoop of powder to at least one cup water and one cup unsweetened almond milk, sometimes ice, and 1-2 cups of spinach and blend. Sometimes I’ll add a Tbs of peanut butter.

a nice alternative to whey

34 people found this helpful.
 on May 31, 2013
By David J. Gal
I’m usually a little skeptical of products that wave the ‘paleo’ flag right out of the gate, but after trying several different types of protein isolates over the years (whey, grass-fed whey, soy, pea, hemp, etc) and tracking my bodily responses to each, I wanted to try something that wasn’t veggie or dairy-based, so this is where I ended up.

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