Looking for the best chocolate protein powder?
Drink Wholesome makes the best chocolate protein powder with 100% real foods, foods close to nature. Food additives and protein isolates are NOT real foods.
Most protein powders contain food additives. Although food additives are not necessarily bad for you in small quantities, they can add up quickly, especially if you drink a protein shake every day. At higher quantities, food additives can cause nasty side effects.
For instance, because highly processed food additives look nothing like real foods, we have trouble digesting them. As a result, the trillions of bacteria in our guts have more time to eat and more time to release gas. This gas can cause bloating and stomach pain.
Not sure what to look for? Here is a list of the most common additives in protein powder:
acacia gum, acesulfame potassium, artificial flavors, aspartame, carrageenan, cellulose gum, dextrin, dextrose, erythritol, guar gum, gum arabic, inulin, locust bean gum, “natural” flavors, maltodextrin, rice syrup solids, soy lecithin, silica, sucralose, sunflower lecithin, xanthan gum, xylitol
Most protein powders also contain protein isolates, foods stripped of everything but the protein. Unlike real foods, protein isolates are missing the healthy fats, complex carbohydrates, and other nutrients that make food taste good. They have a chalky aftertaste.
Protein isolates are listed on the ingredient list as “whey protein,” “pea protein,” and “soy protein,” as opposed to “milk,” “peas,” and “soybeans.”
Sick of protein powders that upset your stomach and taste like chalk? Switch to Drink Wholesome. It is better for you and better tasting. Our happy customers include athletes of all ages, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, people with lactose intolerance, and people with sensitive stomachs.
Why egg whites?
Egg whites, as a source of protein, have a lot going for them. The bioavailability of the protein in eggs is second only to that of whey protein. Bioavailability is a measurement of how efficiently your body uses a specific type of dietary protein. In essence, the higher its bioavailability, the more efficiently a protein source is used by the body and the more bang you get for your nutritional buck! Eggs are also a complete source of essential branched-chain amino acids, which means that they contain all of the amino acids that the body needs, but cannot produce on its own. This makes eggs one of the best ways to boost your protein intake.
Product Information – 14 servings, 20 grams of protein per serving. Made by hand in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Refund Policy – Drink Wholesome does not issue refunds or accept returns, but if a product arrives damaged or spoiled we will send a replacement at no cost to you.