Suggested packet-based protein supplement
July 5, 2012 9:32 AM Subscribe
Need a suggestion on a protein supplement that tastes good, has the right ingredients, and doesn't cost more than a new car. Complication: I need it to be in packets.
posted by Thistledown to health & fitness (3 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
I am enjoying my weight training routines and I'm getting some early results. I've tried a number of supplements in the past and I've found a few that I like.
The problem is that I need one that comes in packets. I travel a lot for my job, and I need something I can transport easily in my suitcase or carryon. Liquids are a non-starter, and bagging my own supplements gets me the hairy eyeball from TSA. Sealed pouches are ideal.
I've used Monster Milk before and liked it, but it's really expensive in packets, (and hard to find, apparently) so I'm trying not to break the bank, either.
I'm looking for something that has a high-protein/lower-carb mix, creatine is a plus but not a requirement, and doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Does such a thing exist?