How many of you suffer from lactose intolerance?
Top lactose-free protein drinks
Many athletes are controlling their daily protein intake. We take proteins before, after, and even during our training sessions. I have seen tour rowers having their protein gels on board.
Well – what would I do if I suffer from lactose intolerance? What to do when my stomach feels funny after I mix my protein shake with milk? These were real questions I received a few weeks ago when we introduced the CHIEFS Protein Drinks a while ago.
You might suffer from lactose intolerance and think you cannot take protein drinks. You are looking for gluten-free products, low carb, and low calorie?
Many companies do intense research to follow the needs of us athletes. Low carb drinks, sugar-free shakes. Also, Chiefs does. Chiefs started as a Start-Up Company and launched its High-End Protein Drinks for Soccer Athletes. These are not generic, cheap drinks, with added protein. Not at all. These are sophisticated Protein Shakes, well suited for a modern nutrition and endurance sports.
As an example, have a look at these products:
Funny feeling in your stomach while rowing: check the market for top lactose-free protein drinks.
The good news is: Just because you’re lactose intolerant doesn’t mean you have to miss out on your daily protein drinks. Plus many different tastes are available. Around the world, ca. two-thirds of adults are likely to be lactose intolerant. The frequency and severity of lactose intolerance vary from country to country and from person to person. Our Milk Protein Drink is lactose-free and therefore well tolerated even with lactose intolerance. The products we have found lately in our stores in England and in Continental Europe showed these “features”. This is good news for us.
- Without preservative substances, the Milk Protein is gently sterilized by heat treatment and is therefore long-lasting outside the refrigerator.
- No added sugar, the Milk Protein contains no added sugar. Only the milk and whey components used and the processed fruits contain small amounts of their natural sugar.
- Gluten-free starch, Gluten-containing starches are often used in dairy products. Not with the Chiefs Milk Protein Drinks. That’s why high-end Milk Protein Drinks are also suitable for a gluten-free diet.
- low carb, the Milk Protein contains less than 3% sugar and other carbohydrates, making it ideal for a conscious, low-carbohydrate diet.
- Chiefs Protein Pretzel Snack
Before and during the race: Available in ournutrition shop Maybe as a snack at home