Every manufacturer has their ownmarketing word for the protein concentration process but the only important thing is that it contains the word filter, it can be nano-filtered, cross-filtered, ultra-filtered, or scooby-filtered you get the idea. All filtering is done cold and without the use of anything that changes the PH so these all filtered products have excellent quality protein.In my book, the other thing that qualifies a protein powder for this Best Protein Powder list is being natural. There is a lot of garbage out there, read Consumer Reports article on protein powders if you want to see how bad it gets. It doesnt have to be organic, thats twice asexpensive but at least theingredients need to be clean. The ingredients of a good protein powder in my book looks like this Ingredients: filtered whey, sugar, lecithin thats it. Even better if the sugar is missing because whey is sweet by itself, it doesnt need sugar. I dont want creatine in it, I dont want caffeine in it, I dont want ephedrine in it, I dont want vitamins in it, I dont want it laced with pro-hormones I just want protein. If you want any of that other stuffthenbuy it separately so that you can control exactly how much you are getting. About Protein Powder Flavors You will note that all of the products I recommend are either unflavored or chocolate, there is a very good reason for that. A lot of times its the flavors that add incredible amounts of artificial junk and a nasty aftertaste which is the reason that I always choose unflavored or chocolate.
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I originally bought it because I wanted "maple flavoured" protein and this was the first to show up on an online search. Easy processing, and quick shipment. I'm not saying avoid the peanut butter, but on my next purchase on this site I wouldn't go back to the peanut butter. I will also be trying other flavours. 4 stars because although this is due to my personal taste, I find the chocolate milk flavour disgusting - which is why I also never buy MusclePharm but with these specs I'm willing to put up with it until I can order a different flavour. But the fact that this is a Canadian company with high reviews I gave it a try. Taste is good but not as expected Frank m. on 26/09/2016 If you dont like things to sweet then get the unsweetened one and a flavor packet so you can control the amount of sweetness you want Anthony C. on 25/09/2016 Tastes awesome, no chemical flavor at all. Jesse on 19/10/2013 Some dood mentioned canadianprotein.com and I said I wasn't interested because I only wanted unflavoured pure New Zealand whey protein. nz grass fed-Best unflavored whey Atiyya on 13/09/2014 When I tasted this I thought this has got to be magic in protein form lol ...This is the best tasting unflavored whey I have ever tasted. I will continue using this yummy tasting product. The service was great and they even threw in a few samples, but no shaker cup.
Will repurchase. It tastes pretty good not super artificial and mixes fairly well. Ozzie on 16/07/2013 A friend of mine recommended checking out CanadianProtein.Cm and was sceptical about there product as I've always been a 'brand-name' whore. I will be back for more. Really good product. This protein tastes fantastic and is super clean.” You have to mix it with a lot of liquid or its just to sweet to drink. I would recommend this to my closest friends any day.
Moore, Chief Executive Officer of Canada Rare Earth commented, "The four transactions are each a significant corporate milestone and are each perfectly reflective of our goal of establishing an international vertically integrated business within the global rare earth industry. The transactions demonstrate a solid and tangible step forming the beginning of Canada Rare Earth's commercial involvement in supplying rare earth products to industry consumers." Mr. Moore continued, "We are proud of the fact that we have, over the past several years, established ourselves as a recognized industry participant with in-depth knowledge and significant contacts and customer base." Peter Shearing, Chief Operating Officer of Canada Rare Earth added, "We have been placing greater emphasize on the trading of rare earths in various forms and are very pleased to enter into these transactions between three capable suppliers and four customers with distinct preferences and needs." On May 9, 2016 the Company announced the agreement, subject to certain conditions, to purchase 60% of the issued and outstanding shares of a company that owns a full capability rare earth refinery and, as part of the consideration for the agreement, the Company agreed to grant a warrant to purchase up to 40 million shares of the company for $0.25 per share. Subsequently the parties mutually agreed, for no consideration, to cancel the obligation to issue the warrants. A news release is expected within two weeks to provide an update on the rare earth refinery purchase initiative. On behalf of the Board Tracy A. Moore, CEO and Peter Shearing, COO ABOUT CANADA RARE EARTH CORP. Canada Rare Earth Corp. is developing an international vertically and horizontally integrated business within the global rare earth industry. Our key focus is to generate revenues and positive cash flow from a variety of profit centers in the rare earth production and sales chain by sourcing, adding value and selling rare earths in all stages and forms. We are in the process of establishing our own mining, concentrating and refinery capabilities in addition to working with affiliated and third party organizations.
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