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I just need protein source for their morning smoothies. All of these are GF, DF. Hemp protein contains essential fatty acids and fiber! Hi Joanne, I would suggest reading through the protein powder reviews and choosing one that sounds good. It is possible that increasing your protein intake MAY have caused that, but it seems unlikely. Add the gelatin while the blender is going for a few more seconds. Thanks Erin for your helpful wealth of information!

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Are there any Dairy-Free Meal Replacement Shakes or Nutrition Beverages like Ensure?

At the time of our review, the above products were made without milk ingredients, but that does not guarantee their allergen safety for you. Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

I used to drink the Chocolate Shakeology, and loved the flavor. Thank you for this list! Enu — carried on Amazon makes 3 flavors of dairy free drink. My mom uses them instead of Ensure. This looks like a great option for those who are just lactose intolerant, but it is made with dairy protein whey is dairy.

What product would you suggest I try? That should help you decide which are best for you! This is so great. My child does not tolerate milk well and needs a nutritional shake because We have ahard time getting her to eat most days. We were doing ensure until I realized it still has milk in it.

She is only three years old so it needs to be something that tastes really yummy. Which of these options do you think has the best kid-friendly taste? But the Svelte and True Solution are pretty sweet and good, too. I think the ready-to-drink varieties will be a little better for kids, as they tend to be smoother than ones you would make from a powder.

Thanks for sharing, my friend! Thanks for sharing this! What a great resource this is! Now I know where to go when I need to share this info with clients!

My prior list only had 6 options, 3 of which are gone now. This is so helpful my friend! I looooove this one and the only one that my tastebuds love as well! Enshake is not lactose free. I see the product contains both milk and whey protein — how can these be lactose free? I keep trying different such products that make claims to be for lactose intolerance only to have to throw them away because the make my husband sick.

There is also a nutrition drink called Bright Beginnings Soy Pediatric drink. Its a all soy based nutrition drink. It has no lactose or dairy and is also gluten free! Need to Know Newbies Start Here! Go Dairy Free 2nd Edition best seller! Eat Dairy Free 1st Edition full color! Fab on October 25, 2: Thank you so much for sharing this information. Alisa Fleming on October 26, 5: Amy on August 13, 4: Alisa Fleming on August 14, 8: Ann on July 15, 4: Alisa Fleming on July 17, 4: Mary on July 14, 7: Alisa Fleming on July 14, Mandie Howard on May 16, 7: Alisa Fleming on May 17, 9: Trevor E on April 21, 5: This list is SO comprehensive!

So much plant-based LOVE! Alisa Fleming on April 22, 2: Glad it is helpful for you Trevor! Alyssa Simply Quinoa on April 17, 5: Alisa Fleming on April 17, 6: Jessica Nutritioulicious on April 17, 2: Alisa Fleming on April 17, Joanie ZagLeft on April 16, What a great list!

I had no idea there were so many dairy-free options. Alisa Fleming on April 16, Tara on April 16, 7: Thanks for sharing Tara. Crystal on April 20, 3: Alisa Fleming on April 20, 4: Some do, but not all. Rebecca Strength and Sunshine on April 16, 3: My best shot has been pea protein, also called gema. VitaCost brand is pretty decent. Fortunately some are switching to stevia as a sweetener.

The doctored results try to say that steviosoids are potentially risky. But it is shown again and again that natural substances often become problematic only when isolated from their complementary compounds. No opinion yet about the Truvia and similar.

Perfect, thank you so much for sharing your knowledge. Totally agreed on overexposure to sweets-best bet is always to minimize all sweeteners, regardless of origin. I have not tried it yet.

I have just discovered egg white protein supplements because my current diet requires a breakfast of 30 to 40 grams of protein and under 10 grams of carbs. It has 24 grams of protein per serving and only 4 g carbs.

Tastes pretty good too!! I love the Arbonne International protein powder. They are vegan and gluten free. The proteins are Rice Bran, Pea, and cranberries. You can make protein bars from it also. I began drinking them and using other products of the company, then went on to become a consultant.

I am not trying to sell here, but to make the point that I liked them so much that I felt compelled to share. When you can make money sharing something, then it is just icing on the cake. Hi Beth, I love the Arbonne Protein powder as well. The only thing I dont like is by the time you pay for shipping it gets quite pricey. I think they still contain milk and wheat. Ive been looking for a dairy free gluten free soy free whey free protine shake and i founf this: I have not tried yet.

I was wondering if anyone else has tried it? I was taking Ultra Meal but it contains soy so therefore It upsets my stomach. Any info would help thanks. I looked it up and the ingredients look good, they use brown rice and pea gemma protein. If you try it please let us know what you think! PlantFusion is another brand you may want to check in to that meets your requirements.

Hi Ankit, The review is right here: I use the Arbonne protein shake mix. It has 20 g of protein and calories. It causes me absolutely no GI distress. They are great, but a bit pricey if you pay full retail. There are so many types of protein it really helps to have everyone give their opinion. Thanks also about the info on the Arbonne shake.

It is vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, nut-free, and non-GMO. I have celiac and I am also slightly sensitive to dairy and soy. I have basically just avoided it, but I think I might try whey protein.

As Amanda said, Plant Fusion is another good non-dairy option. I drank the Plant Fusion mixed with just water and it was quite pleasant. Meg, why not try something like Plant Fusion. The external symptom of acne may be a sign of something more devastating. Not intolerance but allergic Chronic spactic cholitis and gluten intolerance, not sure if Celiac but a possibility.

Last night I had a shake and around 15 minutes after, had an allergic reaction, eyes itching, latter upper body itching, but must interesting the fever was almost immediate and I still today Has anyone had this product and any allergic reaction to it? If so or any ideas please let me know, thak you. Have you had chia seed previously? I tried the Plant Fusion and got the worst stomache pains and horrible gas!

It was the first protein powder I had ever tried, do they all give you gas? I would like to try hemp next, but am concerned that I will just end up throwing more money away…. So sorry that you had that experience! It is possible that increasing your protein intake MAY have caused that, but it seems unlikely. Could it possibly have been anything else you ingested? You definitely want to slowly increase your protein intake gradually, not jam an extra 50 grams in all at once.

For Yvonne, Based on my own reactions and sensitivities, I would vote that the hemp in that LIfetime product is what you reacted to, unless you have had hemp in other products and not reacted. I reacted so fast the first and last time I had hemp in a protein shake.

Just to point out that hemp is one of the 24 cross reactors with gluten, meaning if you are gluten sensitive, your body MAY misinterpret these other substances as gluten and you will have a reaction. Others can include tapioca, sorghum, milk chocolate, caffeine, and so on. There is still a bit of controversy regarding the cross reactive foods, but it is definitely something to consider. It is a natural plant based formula developed by a vegan Ironman Triathlete.

It is a blend…so if the hemp bothered you there IS hemp in it. The other protein sources in the blend are: It is a bit costly but if you consider all of the things also included, well worth the price. Plant based proteins seem to do quite well with those with food sensitivities excepting hemp, of course. I make two protein supplements for myself, one with hemp pro 70 Manitoba Harvest product mixed with red star yeast, and ground flax.

The second one I make because I am going through menopause contains a basic soy protein powder combined with red star yeast, ground chia and powdered beets. I alternate these every few days. I use them to make a smoothie with green tea and a variety of frozen berries every morning. My health has improved a lot in the 3 months I have been doing this. Thanks Erin for your helpful wealth of information!

It is free of soy, nut, egg, dairy, sugar, gluten, and also kosher and vegan. Cheers to our healthy and successful journeys ahead! I just looked over the Perfect Fit Protein, and it is a brown rice protein powder sweetened with stevia. Looks like a good option for sure. Started out with Manitoba Hemp 70, but switched to PlantFusion due to the very high amounts of arginine in the Hemp, whereas the PF has about mg less.

Feeling quite a bit better! Glad to hear you are feeling better! Something to keep in mind. I am a Consultant, but I mostly buy for myself. I have at least one shake a day which provided 20 grams of protein. Sometimes when I want a less intense chocolate I split with a scoop of vanilla. I also use the digestive enzymes daily. Yeast, Moulds, Dairy and everything else produced by a cow,beef etc. I also maybe intolerant to gluten and I have cut that out of my diet as well to be safe, basically I am Candida plus the other allergies I have named.

It would be greatly appreciated if anyone knows of anything that I could possibly use that would suit my needs? You may be best suited to try one of the pea protein or vegetable protein blends, like Plant Fusion. Take a look at those, perhaps those will work for you. I am lactose intolerant and I am losing weight. I am looking for a weight gain protein drink that I can make a milkshake with lactated milk. What Do you suggest? I would suggest reading through the protein powder reviews and choosing one that sounds good.

Many people like Plant Fusion. You can add a scoop of peanut or almond butter for more calories. Also try reading this: Santo, you are correct, beef protein powder is available.

Hi there new to the protein shakes and powder. You may want to try a pure whey isolate, or even a non dairy option like PlantFusion.

I love it and it tastes fabulous, even by itself! Hi there, not sure if it was mentioned in previous posts, but I use a recovery performance protien by a company called Vega Sport. It is gluten, dairy, and soy free. It has a combo of pea, brown rice, hemp, alfalfa, and sacha inchi protein. I like the vanilla flavour. Have gluten, egg, dairy, and soy intolerances, and this one gives me no trouble. I usually throw in a heaping spoon into cold almond milk, blend, shake and go.

If you want a boost of anti-oxidants add berries. You can start your day with this and good for post- workouts too. I am lactose intolerant, and a borderline diabetic. Is protein powder a viable solution for me? If so, what do you recommend? Every time I try hemp protein powder I get a stomach ache. I have celiac disease. Just tried some hemp powder, once last night and once this morning, both times made me feel VERY sick..

I guess its nots the magical solution everyone wants it to be. Hemp is one of the top cross-reactors for those with gluten reactivity. Great article, but you missed out beef protein.

Obviously rubbish for vegetarians but its lactose free which is great for anyone who is dairy free. There are a few on the market by my favourite is http: I have a host of food allergies that make it difficult to get the protien I require. I am specifically allergic to all grains with the exception of Rice and Corn, most nuts and Soy. I have found a product by Dr. I use egg whites in my fresh fruit energy drinks. I am not lactose intolerant nor am I allergic but Dairy does cause cognative issues so I stay away from it.

Hi Erin, just happened across your blog here. I am on a mission. Over 50 and working out, wanting to take supplements. I use to take Myoplex products when I was younger and did not have an issue with dairy. As you get older you get sensativities to things.

Another words, you get sick. I cannot have anything but free range organic eggs. No rice, No gluten. What are my options? Do you happen to know of any options for me? You must be logged in to post a comment. Sports Nutrition for Celiacs. Log in to Reply.

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