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Lactose Free Protein Powder


Lactose Free Protein Powder

If you're a person with dairy allergies or intolerance, you know the importance of having quality protein sources that don't cause adverse reactions. Luckily, there are many lactose-free protein powders available to suit every dietary need.

Dairy-free protein powder is ideal not only for vegans, some vegetarians and people who can't consume dairy, but also for athletes and fitness enthusiasts who want extra protein without the side effects of lactose, which can be bloating and digestive discomfort.


The #1 source of lactose-free protein powder in Australia

Elite Supplements is Australia's favourite store for health and fitness supplements, and we stock a wide range of lactose-free and vegan protein powders to suit every need.

As one of the first online suppliers of protein supplements in Australia, we have built a reputation for quality products and excellent customer service. This is the reason why many of Australia's most prominent influencers in the health and fitness industry choose to partner with us rather than our competitors.

We only stock the best protein powders from leading brands, so if you want to buy lactose-free protein powder online or visit one of our stores, you can shop with confidence.

We also run regular sales and promotions in addition to offering competitive prices. Our aim is to help you achieve your health and fitness goals, even if you're on a tight budget.

If you have any other special dietary requirements (for example, you're following a keto diet, you're gluten-intolerant, or you're trying to lose weight), we encourage you to contact us for personal advice on the products that would suit you best.


Plant-based and dairy-free protein powder

Whether you're looking for a vegan protein powder, you're intolerant to lactose, or you simply find that whey protein doesn't agree with you, we have a great selection of dairy-free protein shakes and powders to choose from.

Our dairy-free and vegan protein powders are made from a variety of high-quality protein sources, including pea, rice, and various nuts and seeds. Our options include fat-burning protein, meal replacements, and other specialist protein powders. Organic protein supplements are also available.

These protein powders are perfect for men and women who want to increase their protein intake without consuming any animal products.


Lactose-free whey protein isolate

For those individuals who have lactose intolerance but still want to enjoy the benefits of whey protein, we have a range of lactose-free whey protein isolate products.

These protein powders have had the lactose removed during the manufacturing process, making them easier to digest for people who are sensitive to lactose.

FAQ's

What type of protein powder is lactose-free?

While the most common type of protein powder is made from whey, there are many different types of protein powder that are naturally lactose-free. These include vegan protein powders made from plant sources such as soy, rice, and pea. There are also many lactose-free protein powders made from whey, which have had the lactose removed during the manufacturing process.

Is whey protein powder lactose-free?

Most whey protein powders and mass gainers do contain lactose, as they are made from dairy protein and lactose naturally occurs in dairy. However, whey isolate protein products are processed to remove the lactose, making them suitable for those who are intolerant or sensitive to dairy.

Is casein protein powder lactose-free?

Casein protein powder is made from milk, so it does contain lactose. Casein is a popular choice for those wanting a slow-release protein powder, but it's not the best option for those who are lactose-intolerant.

Do all protein powders contain dairy?

Not all protein powders contain dairy. There are many plant-based protein powders available that do not contain any animal products. Whey isolate is a popular type of protein powder for lactose-intolerant people as it is processed to remove the whey. There are also protein powders made from eggs, collagen, and beef. These protein supplements are an excellent choice for anyone who is lactose intolerant but prefers animal sources of protein.

Is whey protein vegan?

Whey protein is not vegan, as it is made from dairy. However, there are many plant-based protein powders available that are suitable for vegans. Check out our blog for more nutrition advice if you're vegan.

Are plant-based proteins as good as whey protein?

Plant-based proteins are a great alternative to whey protein for vegans and people who are intolerant to dairy. However, whey protein is considered to be a complete protein as it contains all of the essential amino acids. Plant-based proteins often include several sources of protein in order to get a full spectrum of amino acids.

Studies comparing the effectiveness of whey and plant-based protein powders have found that there is no significant difference in terms of strength and muscle growth (1, 2, 3).

Are there any side effects from using lactose-free protein powders?

There are no known side effects from using lactose-free protein powders. However, as with any dietary supplement, it is always best to speak to a qualified healthcare professional before starting any new supplement regimen.

Why does whey protein make me bloated?

Whey protein is a dairy product and, therefore, may be more difficult to digest for people who are sensitive to dairy. The lactose content in whey protein can cause bloating and other digestive issues in some people, as well as an uncomfortable full feeling in the stomach (4, 5). If you experience these side effects after using whey protein powder, it may be best to switch to a lactose-free option.

How do I know if I’m lactose intolerant?

If you experience bloating, gas, or other digestive issues after consuming dairy products, it is possible that you are lactose intolerant. You may also experience these symptoms after using whey protein powder. If you are unsure whether you are intolerant to dairy, it is best to speak to a qualified healthcare professional.

What is the best lactose-free protein powder?

There is no one "best" lactose-free protein powder, as different people may prefer different types of protein. Some people prefer the taste and texture of whey protein, while others find plant-based protein powders to be easier to digest.

It is also important to consider your dietary needs and goals when choosing a protein powder. For example, vegans will want to opt for a plant-based protein powder, while lactose-free whey powder is an acceptable choice for non-vegans. Check out our FAQs and get in touch with our team for more advice on choosing the best protein powder for you.

References

1. Banaszek, A., Townsend, J. R., Bender, D., Vantrease, W. C., Marshall, A. C., & Johnson, K. D. (2019). The Effects of Whey vs. Pea Protein on Physical Adaptations Following 8-Weeks of High-Intensity Functional Training (HIFT): A Pilot Study. Sports (Basel, Switzerland), 7(1), 12. https://doi.org/10.3390/sports7010012

2. Lynch, H. M., Buman, M. P., Dickinson, J. M., Ransdell, L. B., Johnston, C. S., & Wharton, C. M. (2020). No Significant Differences in Muscle Growth and Strength Development When Consuming Soy and Whey Protein Supplements Matched for Leucine Following a 12 Week Resistance Training Program in Men and Women: A Randomized Trial. International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(11), 3871. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17113871

3. Messina, M., Lynch, H., Dickinson, J. M., & Reed, K. E. (2018). No Difference Between the Effects of Supplementing With Soy Protein Versus Animal Protein on Gains in Muscle Mass and Strength in Response to Resistance Exercise. International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism, 28(6), 674–685. https://doi.org/10.1123/ijsnem.2018-0071

4. LOMER, M.C.E., PARKES, G.C. and SANDERSON, J.D. (2008), Review article: lactose intolerance in clinical practice – myths and realities. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 27: 93-103. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2036.2007.03557.x

5. Di Rienzo T, D'Angelo G, D'Aversa F, Campanale MC, Cesario V, Montalto M, Gasbarrini A, Ojetti V. Lactose intolerance: from diagnosis to correct management. Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci. 2013;17 Suppl 2:18-25. PMID: 24443063. https://www.europeanreview.org/article/6306