Same Day Dispatch for orders before 12pm
5% DISCOUNT on all orders over $300
AFTERPAY Pay Later
FREE FREIGHT on orders over $99

Lactose Free Protein Powder

Sort By 1 - 23 of 23
Filter
BNRG Proto Whey
 
63 (0 reviews)  
$59.95
$109.95
45% OFF
Designer Physique Pea Protein Isolate
 
47 (1 reviews)  
$59.95 - $149.95
$77.14 - $229.31
22% - 35% OFF
Balance Plant Protein
 
1 (0 reviews)  
$59.95
$74.95
20% OFF
Amazonia RAW FIT Performance Protein
 
1 (0 reviews)  
$45.00 - $99.95
$45.00 - $109.00
0% - 8% OFF
Amazonia RAW Slim & Tone
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$34.95 - $59.95
$49.95 - $79.95
30% - 25% OFF
Amazonia RAW Protein Isolate
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$34.95 - $59.95
$44.95 - $69.95
22% - 14% OFF
Amazonia RAW Paleo Fermented Protein
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$34.95 - $59.95
$42.95 - $69.95
19% - 14% OFF
ATP Science Noway Protein
 
3 (0 reviews)  
$69.95
$89.95
22% OFF
AST VP2
 
73 (1 reviews)  
$74.95
$89.95
17% OFF
Prana On Natural Mass
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$59.95 - $154.95
$79.00 - $169.95
24% - 9% OFF
Prana On Power Plant Protein
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$69.95 - $189.00
$69.95 - $189.00
-0% OFF
EHP Labs Blessed Protein
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$59.95
$89.95
33% OFF
Maxines Pure Protein
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$49.95
Ghost Vegan Protein
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$74.95
$109.95
32% OFF
Natures Best Plant-Based Protein
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$44.95
$49.95
10% OFF
Prana On Phyto Fire Protein
 
2 (1 reviews)  
$78.95 - $199.95
$79.00 - $210.00
0% - 5% OFF
Switch Nutrition Protein Switch Review your favourite Switch product to go in the draw to win a Switch Pack
 
1 (1 reviews)  
$74.95
$89.95
17% OFF
Review your favourite Switch product to go in the draw to win a Switch Pack
Veego Plant Protein Free Veego Bar with Veego Protein
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$69.95
$79.95
13% OFF
Free Veego Protein Bar with Veego Protein
White Wolf Plant Protein Blend
 
0 (0 reviews)  
$74.95
$79.95
6% OFF

About Lactose Free Protein Powder

Lactose is a low glycemic index disaccharide sugar composed of glucose and galactose that is naturally found in milk and some milk products. It has been suggested that around 65% of people after infancy have difficulty digesting lactose. The lactose-digesting enzyme, lactase, is synthesized in larger quantities during infancy in order digest the lactose contained in breast milk. Lactase enzyme synthesis reduces after this life stage when milk is not the primary source of nourishment.

 

Lactose intolerance is quite a common digestive condition that can result in diarrhoea, flatulence, bloating and abdominal pain. This condition does not involve the immune system like an allergy or sensitivity, yet is simply caused by an inability to digest milk sugar to a large degree. Once the individual tolerance is exceeded from lactose-containing foods, signs and symptoms develop. Depending on how sensitive you are to lactose, you may be able to consume very little or perhaps more than ten grams without symptoms.

 

There are a great range of lactose-free protein powders available, such as brown rice, pea and egg, and even lactose-free whey protein powders that can suit the lactose intolerant. Lactose-Free Protein Powder is just as good as a regular protein powder. Th absence of lactose in no way affects the bioavailability of the amino acids. In fact, if anything, removing the lactose will increase the protein powder's bioavailability for the lactose intolerant. However, this is an individual response, and goes to show just how different we all are. It is also reasonable to conclude that the bioavailability of protein powders will differ from person to person, depending on that individual's ability to digest and immunologically "accept" the protein chains.

 

As with most things in life, some experimentation is necessary to ascertain the best course of action for you, as the unique individual that you are. If you are experiencing some of the aforementioned lactose intolerance signs and symptoms, it might just be worth giving a lactose free protein powder a go, in addition to removing all lactose from the diet for a trial period of a couple of weeks. If your digestive issues improve, yet worsen with the introduction of lactose, this may be some indication that you are lactose intolerant and will benefit from lactose free protein powders.

MENU