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I will continue using this yummy tasting product. Health Canada Recommended Dose powder: Adults: 1 Scoops 1 times per day. I take 2-4 scoops a day and ave made all kindssss of gains. milk chocolate tastes amazing, I refuse to buy protein from anyone else! The liquid is then filtered, pasteurized, and processed etc, until you are left with the protein powder supplement that you know and love. It has no after-taste and I prepare my smoothies as I please. Thank you Elena F. on 25/08/2016 I accidentally ordered this product instead of the isolate..... not a fan. Price is right. AD on 18/11/2015 I've ordered this twice, both vanilla flavoured.

I will never in my life buy another type of protein and would recommend that everyone should try it and see for themselves.” You will not regret it. In fact, I also give it to my 3 kids who also love it. The Vanilla is not overpowering so if your somebody who likes consuming Protein-Smoothies, Vanilla is a good choice. Very happy with this purchase and will purchase 25lb in bulk soon! It has more of a vanilla flavour with a slight coffee after taste. I will also be trying other flavours. 4 stars because although this is due to my personal taste, I find the chocolate milk flavour disgusting - which is why I also never buy MusclePharm but with these speck I'm willing to put up with it until I can order a different flavour. A huge mention to the waste reduction if everyone bought bagged and boxed protein, personally I got tired of throwing large plastic tubs to a landfill. 5! Adam on 16/06/2015 It tastes great, really smooth, and there is no soy!

About Protein Powder Flavors You will note that all of the products I recommend are either unflavored or chocolate, there is a very good reason for that. A lot of times its the flavors that add incredible amounts of artificial junk and a nasty aftertaste which is the reason that I always choose unflavored or chocolate. Chocolate is easy, you just add natural cocoa powder. Cocoa powder is virtually nonfat, its natural, and its good flavoring easy peasy. Unflavored whey also tastes really good but note that unflavored does NOT mean vanilla. Vanilla typically tastes horrible in my experience and almost always has a horrible aftertaste, again, because of the artificial flavors. Back to unflavored whey, it tastes amazingly good. Unflavored, unsweetened whey has a very pleasant neutral flavor that is slightly sweet and if you add it to water it tastes a lot like well, milk. Milk that is 90% protein instead of 5% protein.

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The results of our annual Sustainability Survey for Fisheries are online for the first time, so Canadians can now monitor the progress we are making on managing 159 of our key fish stocks. In addition, because of new investment in oceans and freshwater science, the department is receiving an additional $24 million each year that will be devoted exclusively to science activities that support healthy fish stocks. This enables the department to do more stock assessments on commercial species and species at risk. Fisheries and Oceans Canada is also building new, important partnerships with academia, environmental groups, and other organizations to ensure that we have the best available science to support our decisions. For example, the department is providing more than half a million dollars to Ocean Networks Canada to organize its Pacific fisheries, mammal and ocean data. The pilot project supports open science, with the end goal of making our data more accessible and user-friendly for stakeholders, academia and Canadians. Quote "We have already taken concrete steps to improve how we manage our fisheries and to make our information more accessible to the public. We are making progress-but there's still a lot more work to do. I strongly believe in the important role played by our environmental partners, such as Oceana Canada. Together, we can work to ensure Canada's fisheries thrive for generations to come." The Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard Quick Facts The Sustainability Survey for Fisheries consists of 17 questions on various aspects of fisheries management for 159 major fish stocks ranging from stock status and bycatch to lost gear and species at risk.

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