Protein powders are concentrated forms of protein that are naturally sourced from animals and plants.
We would not recommend using protein powder after it's expiration date, as protein efficiency is compromised after this date.
Of course! Human beings can have allergies or intolerance to any given substance. Fortunately there is a wide variety of protein powders from many sources.
Yes you can cook with protein powder. Protein can denature with heat, but this happens when you digest protein anyway!
No, in most cases it's not advisable to supplement the diet of kids with protein powder. If a child has a healthy diet they will meet their protein requirements.
Protein shakes do provide for slow digestion when compared with carbohydrates. This reduces the chance of a blood sugar spike.
Protein powder itself is not a cause for acne, but there is anecdotal evidence to suggest that whey protein powder can increase acne in some people.
When protein powder goes bad it can change color, clump, take on an odour and will taste different.
The answer is a little complicated. Some protein powders are classified as supplements which are not eligible and some as food items, which are eligible.
Protein powder should not cause headaches in most cases, unless you have an allergy or intolerance. Allergy or intolerance can cause a sinus headache.