Protein Powders Without Stevia
Looking for a healthy & affordable protein powder without stevia? It wasn’t easy but I’ve found multiple protein powders without stevia! One even helps with weight loss so stay tuned to discover what they are!
I know I’m not the only one.
I can tell that other people hate stevia too because the first search suggestion in Google when you type in “protein powders w” without is the first suggestion not with.
That could be for two reasons
1. Protein powders with stevia are ubiquitous.
Stevia is the healthy sweetener of choice for most protein powders.
So protein powders with stevia are not hard to find.
2. Stevia is well gross. At least to me.
It’s groddy. It ruins & overpowers everything that it’s in.
It leaves a bitter aftertaste that’s hard to escape.
Let’s face it…Stevia is dangerous to your tastebuds (or at least to mine)!
It’s the only one so far that I can tolerate.
Now I’m in search of a new one because although this is the best-tasting one I could find with a high protein count, I can no longer deal with.
I’m assuming if you’re reading this, you too are no fan of stevia.
Healthwise, stevia is a good choice.
It doesn’t spike your blood sugar which is dangerous but it’s just so hard for some of us to ignore the taste of it.
It’s awesome that I’m not alone in this.
It’s high time for stevia haters to unite and look for stevia free protein powders that will help us build muscles and make weight loss easier.
Also, just to note, I also searched to see if the protein powder helped the reviewers lose weight.
If the protein powder did, then I will mention that in my comments about the protein powder.
That way if that’s your ultimate goal you will know which ones to consider buying.
I will also say that protein powders have helped me lose weight.
However, when I drink protein shakes for weight loss I use them as a meal replacement…a true meal replacement.
I know some protein powders serve as a meal replacement and some are not.
Use your own judgment on whether or not these protein powders would work for you as a meal replacement.
Look at nutrient content on the package.
It needs to have some vitamins and minerals in it, not just protein.
I want you all to be safe and not try anything that is dangerous or extreme. Please be safe and smart.
And extreme dieting is not sustainable anyway. We are trying to make small changes that last forever. Not huge changes that you can only keep for a week.
Please keep that in mind!
If you have to eat something in addition to drinking the protein shake then that may not help you with the weight loss as much.
It’s just something to be aware of if you haven’t tried losing weight with protein powders before.
Ok so without further ado, let’s get to this list.
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Behold! Protein Powders Without Stevia!
The ingredients in my food are very important to me. That’s why I put this line of protein powders on the list.
In their chocolate protein powder, they have 3 ingredients: grass-fed whey, organic coconut sugar, and organic cacao…that’s it.
When you look at the ingredients in other chocolate protein powders they be having some cray cray sounding ingredients.
In fact, this is one of the benefits that the reviewers keep talking about in their comments.
If you want a protein powder with simple and organic ingredients then this is definitely one you should try.
Garden of Life is one of my favorite health food companies. I trust their products to be of high quality.
I haven’t tried this protein powder but one of the things I love about this protein powder is that it has probiotics and enzymes in it so you don’t have to take a separate pill to get those benefits.
That right there saves you money.
Plus it’s vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free. And with it being unflavored that means you can make it any flavor you like.
So if you wanted to put some cocoa powder in it you can or if you want to add strawberries to it you can do that and have it be strawberry flavored.
That’s one issue I have with some of the flavored protein powders. You can’t have the variety you want unless you buy 2 or 3 different tubs.
Who’s got the money for that. If unflavored protein powders are your jam then definitely check this one out.
Plus multiple people have reported that it has helped them lose weight.
Definitely a win.
Yay, we have another one that only has simple ingredients…2 in fact: whey protein and sunflower lecithin.
It’s gluten, soy, and hormone free and can be used by men and women.
And with only 130 calories and 25 grams of protein, it could definitely act as a meal replacement especially if you added fruit or peanut butter powder or seeds which I definitely would.
And this powder had people say it was helping with weight loss and weight gain depending on what your goals are.
This powder is free of stevia and I like that it’s organic and that the protein comes from a plant-based source.
However, I do wish it had a little more protein. I personally prefer my protein powders to have at least 25 grams of protein if it’s going to serve as a meal replacement.
You can add some peanut butter powder to it to up the protein content.
Unfortunately, no reports of weight loss with this powder but if you need a vegan protein source overall this would be a good choice.
Take a look at this vegan protein powder here!
I was excited to find this protein powder because it is lactose-free.
My sister is lactose intolerant and I know what she goes through when she eats or drinks foods with lactose.
It can be very painful so I’m glad those who are lactose intolerant have options for protein powders they can try.
This one meets my standard of having 25 grams of protein so it could work nicely as a meal replacement.
Plus they have a protein pancake recipe on their Amazon page that looks like it could be quite tasty.
The label also specifically states that it’s keto-friendly.
The other protein powders could also be keto friendly but this particular label makes that claim boldly whereas the others don’t so if that is important to you, you should consider giving this one a shot.
Another important thing to note is that the company says this product isn’t for weight loss.
It’s not a meal replacement protein powder. However, some reviewers still had success with it for weight loss.
But this needs to be supplemented with foods that have nutrients because this really just has protein.
Which Stevia Free Protein Powder Are You Going To Try?
If you’re looking for a meal replacement protein powder, the Garden of Life powder is probably your best bet on this list.
Regardless of what you pick, please come back and let me know which one you tried and if you liked it.
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Alright, that’s all from me today guys.
I’ll speak to you soon as I have a lot of posts planned to help you on your weight loss journey and to start switching to a more natural lifestyle.
P.S. If you want some more high protein meal ideas then read my post on high protein meals that will make your mouth water.