Protein Powders

Protein, Meal, and Diet Powders, Shakes, and Drinks Tested by ConsumerLab.com

Find the best protein powders and drinks, including whey, casein, soy, egg, rice, pea, hemp, cricket, and see amounts of protein, carbohydrates, fats, sodium and calories in popular brands. Plus evidence and dosage for maintaining muscle muscle mass, improving insulin response, and tips for storing and using. All testing done independently by ConsumerLab.

Protein Powders Review

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Extra Protein Improves Strength

Whether you are trying to add muscle or just maintain it, a new report suggests that additional protein leads to further gains from resistance-type training. The analysis of 22 clinical studies shows that both young and old individuals who received additional protein from supplements or high-protein foods experienced significantly greater increases in muscle mass and strength than those not getting additional protein. Get the details, as well as our tests and reviews of protein powders and drinks, in the updated Protein Powders and Drinks Review (Including Sports, Nutrition, and Diet Products). More >>

Diabetes Cured With Low Cal Diet

A recent study found that type 2 diabetes was reversed in 40% of people who followed an 8-week, very low calorie diet consisting mainly of a diet shake. Get details about the study in the "What It Does" section of the Protein Powders and Drinks Review – for Body Building, Sports & Dieting >>