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3 replies, 3 voices Last updated by Angela Hensley 6 years, 4 months ago
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    Lady Jr
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    i see repeated recommendations for quest protein powder in the various forums on this site but it uses sucralose, which appears to go against the ps1000 literature. there are several on the market now that have 0 carbs too (isopure) but also contain sucralose. many of the others mentioned meet criteria but also have added artificial chemicals/sucralose/soy/or the words ‘natural [vanilla] flavors’ which means there is really nothing natural about it. if one doesn’t like pea protein and doesn’t want to purchase any kind of processed beef product in their protein powder, then it’s truly a challenge. on iherb.com they have the best prices (and w/ free ship) overall and bob’s red mill whey and hemp protein powders with only sunflower lecithin as the other ingredient – but only 15g protein.

    if it’s ok to have sucralose then please let me know so i can order the quest. thank you.

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    Lauren
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    Hi there,

    We do recommend Quest Protein powder as the one to use!

    Best,
    Lauren

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    Lady Jr
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    Ok then – good to know sucralose is ok on this program.
    Thank you!

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    Angela Hensley
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    Just started the program and received my first order of Quest Protein Powder. I was surprised to see Sucralose as an ingredient. The book says to avoid artificial sweeteners as it could interupt weight loss. I’m a little confused about this. Is it because the quantity is negligible?

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