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Hydrolysed beef protein
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Do you have intolerance to lactose, dairy or soy? Or simply fancy a change from your usual whey protein? Well, then CarniPro is for you.
It’s our hydrolysed beef protein, offering a unique nutritional profile that provides all the essential amino acids (EAAs). With an outstanding protein content of 96% – not only is it the purest beef protein on the market, but one of the purest protein sources available!
The high protein content per 24g serving contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass, while the low sugar and fat content ensures your hard work in the gym is never compromised.
Plus, it’s available in Unflavored or the delicious Chocolate Brownie.
From gym-goers and bodybuilders, to simply anyone looking to remove lactose, soy and dairy from their diet – it’s a fantastic alternative to traditional whey protein.
Anytime of the day, to give yourself a boost of protein when you need it most. For best results, we recommend consuming a 25g serving 30 minutes pre- or post-workout.
We recommend adding one large scoop (25g) to 150-250ml of water or milk in a Myprotein shaker 30 minutes before and/or after your workout. Alternatively consume any time of day to increase your daily protein intake.
Unflavoured: Hydrolyzed Beef Protein (99%), Thickener (Xanthan Gum)
Chocolate Brownie: Hydrolyzed Beef Protein (89%), Thickener (Xanthan Gum), Natural and Artificial Flavor (Cocoa Powder, Sweeteners (Sucralose, Acesulfame K), Salt)
|Serving Size 1 large scoop (25g)|
|Serving per container 40 (2.2lb)|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Value*|
|Calories||100||Calories from Fat 5|
|Vitamin A||0%||Vitamin C||0%|
|* Percent daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily
values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
|Total Fat||Less than||65 g||80 g|
|Sat Fat||Less than||20 g||25 g|
|Cholesterol||Less than||300 mg||300 mg|
|Sodium||Less than||2,400 mg||2,400 mg|
|Potassium||Less than||3,500 mg||3,500 mg|
|Total carbohydrates||300 g||375 g|
|Dietary Fiber||25 g||30 g|
|Protein||50 g||65 g|
Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of The Hut Group.
I love the taste but I had many clumps. It seems to be best for making pancakes. The mix was too thick for my taste and had too much protein that didn't want to mix in my shaker bottle.
I got the chocolate and unflavored thinking I would mix it with other drinks and liquids. Mixing is horrible as it clumps and sticks the lid, walls, and mixing ball . Had to use hot tap water and extra water than other protein mixes such as the whey. DO NOT use boiled water... my mixing bottle exploded with all the extra heat and steam and the protein went everywhere. Taste - the chocolate was fine, but slightly on the lighter side since I had to use extra water. The unflavored had a horrible smell of like burnt hair or burnt skin... if you ever had burned animal hide/skin on the BBQ... that's how it smelled, so i am sure it messed with the taste. I thought maybe I could use some hot coffee to help the mixing and taste... it made it worst. The ratio of fat, cholesterol, and sodium (Zero if i recall correctly) is what drew me, but not worth the hassle in my opinion. If somehow it would be mixed easier I would advise to stick with a flavored one. I accidentally discovered it mix well with half this CarniPro and Whey. I was using the Chocolate Whey Impact to supplement the unflavored CarniPro as I did not want it to go to waste and just throw it out cause of the smell and taste was so off-putting... somehow the whey helped it mix... go figure. Goes Well With:Whey
So for starters the smell is bad, it sticks to everything and it's a nightmare to mix, HOWEVER, I figured out a few things that can help some others. 1) It mixes much more easily when you try to dissolve it in soup, given that it's flavourless beef protein it actually goes surprisingly well in soup, heat in a saucepan, mix occasionally until dissolved, using a wooden spoon to flatten the chunks against the inner sides helps it dissolve faster. 2) Mixing in a blender works best but it works even better if you have one where the lid has a little hole at the top for adding things in while you mixing, as your blender is running(preferably in short bursts) just pour it into what it is your mixing it with and it will ensure that it will mix instead of just sticking to the inside... I'd even recommend making your omelettes this way but faire warning it will have a weird texture once cooked. 3) Mixing the powder with other types of protein powder does make it a little easier to work with That being said, it is high quality but it's really not easy to work with Goes Well With:-Soup -Eggs -More chocolatey and savoury flavours(banana is also good with this)
First of all, I love MyProtein. The value, the quality, the variety, is all amazing! I first tried a beef protein around 5 years ago. It was a different brand, fruit punch flavored and was horrible. I decided that technology has changed enough to give it another shot. I got the unflavored version. First of all, it doesn't mix well. If you double the amount of water that you use with whey, it's still not enough. Secondly, it stinks. It reeks of old, rotting beef. I used water for my first drink so that I could judge it's true flavor. Honestly, I could barely keep it down. Mind you, I can eat/drink almost anything! The smell, plus the salty, watered-down gravy taste over-flowing with foam was too much. I will try spooning in some cocoa mix and using milk next time. If you can't drink milk and beef protein is your only option, I suggest trying the chocolate version. I seriously dread having to drink the other 99 servings left in my 5.5 lb bag. But I'll do it, for the GAINZ!Goes Well With:Any liquid that could mask or overpower the salty, gravy taste of "unflavored".
I have tried all sorts of MyProtein over the years such as typical whey, isolate, casein, etc. Decided to try beef for the first time recently, it's great if you have a lactose issue but consider a few things before buying. 1. More expensive than Impact Whey (about the same as isolate) 2. Very sticky/gummy texture when mixed unless you use a high powered blender. 3. According to many articles, it's not the highest quality beef source (tendons, other cattle leftovers) 4. Lower Amino Acid amounts and quality compared to Impact/Isolate Whey. Just trying it out but planning to go back to Impact Whey as soon as this one is done. The taste is a bit sweeter than Whey, and has more salt also. Personally, somehow the thought of drinking liquidated beef tissue is kind of strange.
Affordable. effective beef protein product. Just does what it says for all us lactose intolerant people out there. Chocolate Brownie flavor is super niceGoes Well With:milk/water
So I ordered this protein powder along side Calcium Casinate, as they were both recently added to MP. I got hte unflavored version, because the choc one sold in a heartbeat. The unflavored powder literally tastes of beef. Seriously if you just add a little bit of water to this stuff and mix you basically have a high protein gravy. I used the powder while cutting fat, as I wanted the numerous fat-loss benefits that comes with the nonessensial proteins that comes with eatting beef. Worked like a charm. Alot of my muscle has been preserved and I feel i achieved a lower bodyfat due to the nonessensials like carniatine from the beef protein. Definitely A+ for the convenience, as I dont like buying and draining ground beef to stay lean and healthy.Goes Well With:A scoop of Whey for post workout. A scoop of Casein before sleep/between meals.