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The company launches its Complete Whey and CytoGainer protein products in 1999, ushering on the protein revolution. Protein Powder of the 2000s During the first few years of the 2000s, protein taste, texture and mixability has substantially improved for decades past. Iron game historians will long be aware that Blair’s protein powder was the go to supplement for bodybuilders, average trainees and even Hollywood stars of the 1960s and 1970s.

It was one of the first protein supplements and was highly regarded by others in the industry including Vince Gironda. One of the earlier protein powders was Bob Hoffman’s Hi-Proteen in the early fifties. Hi-Proteen was made from soybean flour with sweeteners to mask the bitterness, primarily because soybeans were readily available and cheap. (4) Though ‘protein powders’ are a relatively recent phenomenon, the process of separating whey and casein from milk and then converting them into. A Brief History of Protein: Passion, Social Bigotry, Rats, and Enlightenment.

John McDougall M.D. Nutrition is an emotional subject and nothing arouses people’s passions more than the subject of protein. In the late 1930s a young pharmacist named Eugene Schiff developed a method of processing whey from milk for human consumption. He created Schiff Bio-Foods, a whey packaging company.

This was a half century before whey concentrates would emerge as a popular supplement in the bodybuilding scene. The Complete Guide to Protein Protein powder also works surprisingly well in many recipes for cooking and baking. In the past, shakes were something most people associated with bodybuilders or athletes. Today, they’re far more common, and everybody from.

Protein powders made into a shake or consumed however you like are getting more and more popular as a nutritional supplement. “It’s also a complete protein, so it’s got all those. Protein powders are powdered forms of protein that come from plants (soybeans, peas, rice, potatoes, or hemp), eggs, or milk (casein or whey protein). The powders may include other ingredients such as added sugars, artificial flavoring, thickeners, vitamins, and minerals.

The amount of protein per scoop can vary from 10 to 30 grams. Protein powders have a high concentration of the nutrient—more, in some cases, than even high-­protein foods such as chicken. Depending on the drink and the serving size, you may get more than.

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In 1922, another of the early pure-protein powders was produced by a professor at the University of Michigan’s School of Medicine.

“Muscle, Smoke, and Mirrors” by Randy Roach
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For example, Wilkinson et al. [47] conducted a study which the authors claim to be the first to show that the source of intact dietary protein (i.e., milk vs soy) is important for determining the degree of post-exercise anabolism.

“Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance: Muscle Building, Endurance, and Strength” by Debasis Bagchi, Sreejayan Nair, Chandan K. Sen
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by Debasis Bagchi, Sreejayan Nair, Chandan K. Sen
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Research conducted at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, and at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found that this protein resynthesis process takes several hours.

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Chittenden published his most influential book on the subject, The Nutrition of Man, in 1907, but the controversy over protein requirements raged for many years and indeed still continues.

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Morr and Foegeding (1990) and deWit et al. (1986, 1988) studied samples of whey protein concentrates and isolates from various countries and observed differences in the proportions of individual whey proteins and also individual minerals in the ash.

“Proteins in Food Processing” by Rickey Y. Yada
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by Rickey Y. Yada
Elsevier Science, 2004

For one, the researchers used whey as the protein source.

“Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy” by Brad Schoenfeld
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In the 1980s, three scientists Aaron Ciechanover and Avram Hershko of Technion, Israel and Irwin Rose of the University of California began researching into regulated protein degradation.

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Part I: History of modern soy protein products from origin to 1964.

“History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
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Throughout the experiment, the protein concentration (Lowry et al., 1951) and the whole-body, liver, and white-muscle weight were tracked.

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Tipton K, Elliott T, Cree M, et al: Ingestion of casein and whey proteins result in muscle anabolism after resistance exercise, Med Sci Sports Exerc 36:2073–2081, 2004.

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  • The only game changing ‘supplements’ are known as anabolic steroids. Anything else is pure unnecessary bullshit. It’s a massive con. None of them actually work. People should be sued.

  • Love the snickerdoodle, love the lack of bs marketing plan using honesty, and I really love how they have 2 dollars sample sizes you can buy on their site to try flavors.

  • Mike O’Hern was born in 1969. That particular add with Arnold ran in Muscle Builder Power magazine. for 4 years (1974_1977) which means he would have only been 8 years old……Mike is Full of Shit!

  • Joe Weider was very deceptive when it came to the supplements he sold. His products used sub par ingredients that did very little to enhance a person’s health or build muscle. There was no research clinic or latest nutrional breakthroughs. Remember FRAC and dibencozide. This shit would cost 30 bucks a bottle and did zero. You may as well have taken a sugar pill There would be no difference. But Weider sold this bogus shit knowing full well it did nothing but waste peoples money. As long as he was getting g rich that’s all that mattered. The man in many ways was nothing but a snake oil salesman. Very deceptive to the point where he got into a lot of trouble a few times with FDA due to his deceptive claims. This should also be mentioned when videos or docos are made about weider supplements. We shouldn’t celebrate that aspect of Joe’s empire. The man was brilliant in many ways but when it came down to honesty and fairness he was way behind in these human attributes.

  • I have no idea how I found your channel, I saw a video on my home screen and I continued watching because your videos are unique and informative and fun to watch.

  • I was hype on the Blondie too, expecting a vanilla/brown sugar mix. The flavor that I get is a chocolate/caramel flavor. Like a candy bar or something. I guess that since in the picture, the blondie has chocolate chips and is covered in caramel, that’s the flavor they went for.

  • To this day, when I read the old magazines, I’d really like a can of Super Pro 101. I know it was just crappy soy protein and sugar and the vitamin content made it taste horrible. But those ads made you want to believe it was something special. And that was enough.

  • Great video dude…I myself remember looking at the muscle magazines…seeing Joe Weider’s Dynamic Muscle Builder Protein…that stuff was hard to mix…I didn’t have a blender at the time…I just dirty bulked��..that stuff was like wallpaper paste…the good old days…then quickly I found out…the truth about the supplement industry

  • i don’t think you actually liked that vanilla flavor as much haha idk though cus I’m not you but you look like you were telling yourself “just tough it out and say it taste great, cus this taste like crap” love your videos man

  • I found your channel when looking for random full days of eating.I kept watching and subscribed because you have good content, it’s entertaining, and the recipes are awesome.

  • What’s the chemistry class for? I clicked on this to see which one makes you lose weight. This video is way out of topic and misleading.

  • I don’t think protein powder should be compared to real food. Are use protein powder so I can get a meal replacement when there is not time to eat something healthy and I don’t want it to be too high in carbs but if I don’t have time to cook I just want to get nutrition I will use protein powder however nothing is better than Cooking real nutritious food. I would sure rather drink a protein powder shake then eat a bowl of ice cream or stop at McDonald’s even if it might taste better if you just as quick. Take as a matter of how much to use and what you’re eating when you’re not using protein powder. Moderation!

  • I’m doing intermittent fasting, and I do exercises before I start eating. If I drink a protein shake after my last meal, will the protein still help me gain muscle?

  • Hey Travis! I found you on Josie Mai’s channel and subscribed to yours because I love your personality, recipe ideas and advice! The 10,000 calorie challenge and “Eat like a bachelor” videos were hilarious and I also LOVED this review!

  • Interesting information. I have always used 3 tablespoons of hemp seed as my protein source. Curious to know your opinion if this would be a complete protein for a woman over 50

  • I used to get the chocolate protein powder and mix it with just regular milk ( although almond milk would’ve been a better choice) and it sometimes it gave me a little bit of acne, but it was delicious so I couldn’t help but to keep drinking it..

  • I found you when I was in my last few weeks of prep watching people do food challenges �� I stayed because 1. I love how straight up you are 2. Funny as hell 3. You live close to where I’m from (holla) 4. You get me through fasted cardio 5. And every single video makes me smile. Love you and your channel ❤️❤️

  • As someone who’s avoiding walking/running outside (it’s winter here where I am) I was wondering what your opinion is on implementing core sliders into a workout routine?

  • I raise laying hens. So I try to use my resources. I substitute protein powder with 4 raw eggs. I’ve been doing this for months. Now I ran across your video and I’m wondering if I should be trying something different?

  • Trurly hope I have time this weekend to fully dedicate my full attention in this film.
    Sounds very promising since I first heard about it ✊

  • Can you comment on Protein supplements and kidney disease? I have stage 3 kidney disease and my doctor has said to limit my protein intake.

  • Great video. After losing 72 pounds (82 goal) I added a plant based protein powder and it slowed my weight loss because really all it did was up my calories. It’s not the protein powders fault, it’s not what I needed. I cut it out 4 weeks ago and I’m losing again. I still use the protein powder but on the weekend only as a meal replacement. That’s why it’s working for me now. Again great, great video, thanks.

  • Hi Autumn! For people who only walk, is it okay to have a protein shake?

    I’ve started to follow your videos right when I decided to start intermittent fasting, two months ago. And I think I’ve made a mistake, i currently walk 11km (2hrs) every afternoon… it took me a while to get to 10k but once I achieved that I started drinking protein and it’s been a week and a half and I’ve noticed I started gaining weight.
    I do something like this:
    12:30pm breakfast (avocado toast, chia, boiled egg and homemade tumaca [shredded tomato with olive oil and salt])
    3:30pm lunch with the family (this is the biggest meal in my family and I usually eat fish cooked with lemon and olive oil, steamed brócoli and a whole avocado) and I might eat dark chocolate or nuts when I crave some.
    Until here I was okay, loosing weight, until I started drinking 1 scoop of isopure and 250ml of unsweetened almond milk at 8:30pm right after my 2 hour walk.
    I don’t understand why I’m gaining weight.

  • Yooo Travis your the man appreciate your love and passion with fitness and for your fans I’ve been watching for a while just got that 30% off! PES

  • Need help!!
    Love youre channel and actually started my intermittent fasting journey. Still trying to figure out some things but I guess it settles in soon.
    This morning I started off with my keto coffee and water etc… After my yoga and home circuit I had an omelett (2,5 eggs) with eggplant, mushroom, spinach and capsicum. On the side I had some hummus.
    As I were packing my things to go to the library to study I crashed and just feel so tired aprox 30 min after finishing my meal.
    Do you have any tips on how to avoid this? It is so annoying because it happens often! xxx

  • Plot twist: plant based proteins contain the most heavy metal. I don’t see metal heads as being vegans, but according to science, they should be

  • Vivo Life is a great vegan one who does test for heavy metals and is not the cheapest so that may be why it’s not in the Consumer Reports. I like to supplement with protein poweder in a smoothie but most of my protein as a vegan comes from my leafy greens, peas, lentils, beans, tempeh, etc. so I think I do ok most day. I feel satiated so I must be doing something right.

  • It is my understanding that Spirulina (sp?) has the highest protein content on the planet. Can you share your knowledge on this. Thanks so much!

  • You make my day! I don’t use protein powder because I get plenty of protein mixing keto with intermittent fasting. I do love how informative you are! Thanks for sharing and caring!!

  • I really hate all protein powders but I bought snicker doodle using your discount of course and it doesn’t suck. To make it better I added cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg to a shake.

  • Chlorella protein powder…what do you think? The nutrient profile seems impressive but it is a vegan source…. What are your thoughts?

  • Bought some peanut butter cup PES because of the 50% off discount for Cyber Monday. Very excited to try it because I love peanut butter and peanut butter cups. Bought my first protein a few months ago, optimum nutrition’s cookies and cream from GNC. Absolutely hate it. The mixability and taste are both awful. Hopefully PES will be better

  • What is your opinion on intermittent fasting and testosterone levels? Estrogen levels? And what do you recommend in dietary changes to keep levels in the good range?

  • I don’t want this to sound like bad (idk the word right now but I think you know what I mean) but will there be another giveaway also for people living for example in Europe? Thanks:)

  • You need healthy fat for the brain however to be in good shape. Avocado and nuts in small amounts are more important than high protein. Green vegetables as well. Sugar and bread are not great for you however and alcohol is a toxin.

  • I found your channel through the Macro Magic group on facebook. They were talking about some Travis guy on youtube with crazy food and recipes, so of course I had to see what that was all about.

    I enjoy the channel and keep coming back because of your candor and great advice regarding both food and life! Oh and if you happen to need any tiebreakers for choosing a winner of the giveaway, as of today I’ve officially finished catching up and have watched every single one of your videos! That’s dedication!

  • you should do a weekly of eow video on a specific recipe or a meal so we dont have to scroll through every15mins video to find out about some food inspiration.

  • Again you look awesome especially your eyebrows. Thank for your information about protein consumption in muscles building. Thank you very much.

  • I’m training for my second half Iron Man distance, and just switched over to a plant-based way of eating! Can you help me with a form of nutrition and hydration for this event and I have just recently been diagnosed with high blood pressure which is why I got off the animal products

  • 25g max absorption. This is a myth touted around for years based on outdated research. If this was true the people who have been on OMAD for years would have withered away and died by now.

  • I found your channel I believe on a shout out in a Health For Thought video long ago watched a couple videos and really enjoyed them and can relate when working full time but dedicating so much to fitness.

  • I first found your channel by accident and was immediately hooked lol. You’re so entertaining! Idk what It is dude lol. And out of all the protein powders Ive ever had in my life PES is by far the best tasting and thats a big deal for me! Unfortunately its really expensive so I’m saving my two tubs for last lol

  • your videos are perfectly timed!! i’ve been researching about protein powders over the past few weeks and trying to find out if i really need them!

  • I found your channel when I was looking for recipe videos and I stayed because of videos like this. You genuinely like to entertain your supporters and you try to help us too.

  • This is so insightful! It’s crazy how we have become obsessed with protein! There are so many misconceptions regarding how much protein our bodies need, this really helped to clear things up. Thank you!

  • I found your channel because of the full days of eating (literally just found you haha) but I stayed (happily) because you are such a fun and down-to-earth personality on YouTube. Your food is awesome, you talk to your viewers like a real conversation, and to me, I feel like you show a lot of balance in your lifestyle (not letting fitness and macros take over your life). Thank you and PEScience for this giveaway!

  • Got impressed by the progress of making the product, however, when i wanted to order it i checked the ingredients and found sucralose, why don’t you just use stevia instead?

  • I’ve read anecdotally that caloric restriction can lead to hair loss (some months after weight loss), but I’ve also read service being given to make sure to have ‘enough’ protein to prevent this do you know if this advice is founded in science?

  • Thank you making this! There really is problem with our perception of how much protein we need or if our protein is “high quality” when that should be the least of our concerns. Athletes need more protein, but they also need more calories so if they’re eating a balanced diet their protein intake should go up effortlessly. Great video!

  • I found your channel from Matty Fusaro and I stay because you honestly remind me of my friends who lift. you have corny jokes but they are still funny! also because like you I have a full time job and try to find time to workout and improve myself

  • I found your channel through watching FDOE’s and videos by Emily Duncan and Marie Wold. I honestly just think your channel was “Suggested” to me. I stuck around because you’re funny, I like how honest you are (candor), and you have overall great content when it comes to food and workouts. By the way, I am using those high-pause squats in my workout tomorrow!

  • always enjoy the vids Travis. I believe I found your channel through watching other youtubers. (RZfitnessTV, EriktheElectrik, etc). I stick with you because your videos are relaxed and it’s simply a daily vlog! super entertaining and relaxing to watch. motivational too. keep it up!

  • My question to vegans..
    If cows aren’t to be feasted upon…
    What are we supposed to do with them?
    Keep them as pets?
    I want those vegans who refer to a nice juicy Rib Eye as “Animal Flesh”
    To move a cow or two onto their home since they cherish the animal so much..
    Try potty training the beast..
    Kiss it on the mouth the whey you do to your pet poodle��

  • I remember watching one of your food challenge videos and I thought they were awesome I love your personality, you’re funny and I watch every video now:)

  • I supplement with an organic, vegan, non-GMO protein powder. I just switched this month bc it was on sale. So far, I’m liking it. It’s not chalky and and tastes good. My protein powders last me a few months bc I only use them like maybe 3 days a week and I’ll use a scoop and a half, instead of 2, bc I also use chia seeds, walnuts, pecans, and almond milk in my smoothies. It’s convenient, quick, easy to take with me, and I can also guage my intake better of macros, calories etc. (not that I count, but I know what I’m putting into it), and I don’t feel hungry for hours!:) I checked and it was not on the list of high-metal ones too. Oh, I’m not a vegan, I also eat lots of salmon, some chicken, and grass-fed beef, but like I said I supplement. Meats expensive, so I wonder if protein powder really costs more. It seems like it saves me money really

  • The seal of this lab, Chromadex, is no longer present on the bpi protein container. After removing and disappearing the lab seal, this protein is no longer the same as before. Rather, it has become very bad and its quality is very poor

  • Whey protein comes from the left over scraps of cheese. It’s all a marketing scam. Just eat real food, humans have been doing it for thousands of years, and managed to be physically fit without powder in a plastic jug

  • this is all good but do you check for mad cows disease?

    this disease seems to pop up now and then and im wondering if your company is aware of this and do you check for it?

  • I found your channel through the related videos to a Maxx Chewning video. I stuck around because you seemed really down to earth and honest about stuff, no spouting PS about “clean foods” and whatnot. Also, it’s entertaining, and you have a good taste in music.

    Warning these cows are not really on the field eating grass. They are in-house standing amongst their own piss and shit getting antibiotics and hormones injected into them.
    The reason they have to raise the calfs like this is exactly this reason, the mother is in the PRISON getting her tits pulled on.

  • Pea protein isolate wins hands down giving us better gains. Look at the science and get with the times guys!! ������‍♂️ I feel like you should know this….

  • Really interesting. I upped my protein the last year and it’s really helped with my recovery with running. But this is really interesting to consider!

  • I found your channel while scrolling through high-calorie challenges. It was during my cut and I found your personality witty and genuine unlike many YouTubers out there who “sell out”. I appreciate the videos man, keep up the good work!

  • I can get 1lb of 80% whey concentrate for 1.98 a pound. How the hell you charging $30 for something that costs less than $$2. And I bet you get it for a fraction of the dollar since you buy bulk

  • I don’t even know how I found your channel but it has some of the best quality videos, no nonsense/real and entertaining content! Also, Blondie is supposed to be like a caramel flavor. I usually make pancakes with it and add walden farms caramel syrup. Good Combo!

  • i found your channel randomly by chance clicking on a recommended video

    i stuck around because of how different this channel was from other fitness channels. I learned that i didn’t have to deprive myself of good foods and that was pretty important

  • I found your channel through related videos when I was just getting into IIFYM! I subscribed because you are so genuine and hilarious! I also love to torture myself by watching you eat tons of food haha

  • Hey there… so 1. The Macro Experiment mentioned you so I had to check you out 2. I stayedafter watching a few vids that gave me awesome tips even though I’m just starting out…. thanks!

  • great video! Agree you should eat properly and supplement with protein powder if needed. I have used extensively over the years and protein powder is good if cutting calories; otherwise, eat a well balanced diet. Thanks for video!

  • You should do an updated review on your favorite flavors (if they’ve changed) �� or maybe if they come out with a new flavor soon. I need a new flavor in my rotation haha. I have cookies and cream and snicker doodle right now! Or do a video on what flavors you like best for certain recipes!

  • I found your channel via Brandon “BBC” Campbell’s channel and continue to watch for the awesome food and relatable training footage and commentary. srs.

  • We generally don’t need more protein but we don’t distribute it evenly. Research shows at least 20g is needed at breakfast to help prevent sarcopenia as we age. Most people have trouble getting that in the morning but double up at dinner for no benefit.

  • Found you when Campbell featured you on his channel. Stayed because I could relate to you. Just a regular guy with a job going to the gym. Not pushing clothing, online coaching and supps (except for now ; ) ). Great content.

  • I found your channel looking for great iifym recipes. I think that you are very unique, because you make great meals, but the main reason is your personality. You are always positive and honest to us…Keep the great work up.I might not win this giveaway, but i did not write the text only to win the Protein powder, but to let you know that you are great and an Inspiration to many People sharing the same life/Fitness philosophy as we do.btw greetings from germany

  • Love this video/your channel and most importantly love all of your insights on what a natural, balanced diet should consist of. I’ve always had a strong passion for food, and experienced my own weight loss journey in high school simply from eating less fatty/processed foods and increasing my vegetable and water intake. I also RARELY ate red meat. Becoming more healthy with my food choices and seeing the effects on my body made me decide to major in nutrition and dietetics in college. I graduated with my degree but did not move forward to become an RD. Everything I’ve learned throughout my college studies and the past 4 years that I have been out of college (I’m always researching something/new trends/etc) has been mildly discouraging. Discouraging in the way that America sees food, treats food, produces (too much) food, and consumes food. I’ve been very moderately experimenting with intermittent fasting lately (fast for 14 hours, eat for 10 or fast for 16, eat for 8 but always doing whatever my body tells me tooif i’m hungry then the fast doesnt matter and just eat something!). Any how, the point i’m trying to get to here is that with my past experiments/research finding over the past couple months I’m starting to realize that my body really does not need as much food as I was raised to think or even as I was taught in college would be the recommended amount for myself. Hearing/seeing all of these CRAZY fasts people do now-a-days actually does not seem all that crazy and has lead me to conspire that over time, humans have TRAINED themselves to consume more and more along with all of the mass production and the money being made from it. I strongly feel that humans would be better off consuming less. I’m not saying fast for multiple days at a time, but I’m sure hunters and gatherers survived long lengths of fasting when they couldn’t find food in the wilderness which is most likely due to the fact that they didn’t consume nearly as much as we do now. But we were brought up in a world where it is important to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner, with some snacks, and meeting a certain caloric intake rather than JUST LISTENING TO OUR BODIES. If Americans trained/taught themselves to consume less, food production industries would suffer while animals, our environment/planet, and our health would prosper, which is unfortunately not what the government wants for us, which is why they continue to provide misinformation and promote all these foods, products, substances that give us disease; all of the which leads me to worry about what they teach nutrition students and then we are possibly giving out the wrong information as well. I’m sorry this is EXTREMELY lengthy, I’ve been battling for a long time now of how to put this all into words. Just curious of your thoughts about a world where we ate more minimally and also maybe if you could do a video about intermittent fasting? I’ve been seeing a lot of information about fasting & its healing properties which has been fascinating to me!! Your thoughts on anything would be great!:)

  • Your channel takes me back to my teenage years in the mid-1960s and so those dreams and magazines and personalities of those time live again in my conscience. Alive are the visuals and smells and positive attitude of being young. Thanks.

    But, you are a scientist and we are all adults now. What I wish you would do is to do a video on the Russian and Bulgarian methods of nitrogen testing for their strength athletes and how they used this to prescribe individual diets and supplementation for their Olympic athletes to always keep them in a positive nitrogen balance.

  • My younger brother +EnragedViking™ recommended this channel to me! I watched a couple of your videos and I like em so far. Keep up the good work. I appreciate how you try your best to be honest and how in your videos you just try to have fun with it.

  • Hey Travis! I found you through Josie’s channel when you did your guest video on her page! I loved your personality on that video and really enjoy all your content. I find it inspiring that you’re able to balance making videos, working out, and having a full time job! Just goes to show that if you love something you’ll make time for it! Anyways, great channel, keep it up!:)

  • I found this channel while looking for ways to eat healthy as well as build muscle as I’ve struggled to lose weight and just started an Insanity program. I think I’ll keep watching because you have interesting topics and give good advice!

  • Just entered the giveaway by following PES on Insta as well (followed you before this anyways) but i couldn’t find a giveaway post or so? I found your channel through youtube recommendations and i have been following and watching every video for quite a while now! (not trying to collect brownie points here but) I truly like how natural and honest you are in your videos and thats whats keeping me coming back to your channel! I always was curious for PES protein since you introduced it in your channel and seemed to like almost every flavor, but i could never effort to buy one, so I really hope to be picked within this giveaway <3 Thanks to you Travis for this chance!

  • Simple they are supplements the key word supplement!! can’t eat or have time for real food supplement it with a shake 30g of protein from tuna chicken or beef is no different from 30g of protein from a shake but food is always better

  • definitely would love some insight on amino acid utilization! i am just starting to lift weights and this would be super useful. it doesn’t make sense to eat protein that ends up just being excreted out. I eat mainly from whole foods(boiled fish and chicken breast), but even then, there could be a difference in the quality of protein being consumed etc.
    Really was super surprised about the bioavailability of protein powder though.

  • The 0.83 g/kg protein intake recommended by the WHO is based on protein sources with a protein digestibility-corrected amino acid score (PDCAAS) of 1.0. So its probably better to aim for at least 1 1.2 g/kg to make up for lower scores of plant foods.

  • Outa here with that shit, name your cows, bro this ain’t wagyu whey. I could literally scoop the pretentiousness with one of your protein scoops and use it as a mass gainer, rethink your marketing, just be real and someone like me might just trust your brand. C’mon my guy, do better

  • Most people have no idea how expensive the piping and other engineering systems can be in a food processing plant. Those jobs aren’t very exciting, either.
    Many people talk about “The Workers” ideologically, but they have no appreciation for what “The Workers” do to improve their lives.

  • Once used Vega vanilla flavour protein powder. It tasted horrible and really irritated my bowel. I thought it was helpful to making smoothies satisfy me for longer. I won’t use another protein powder ever and use smoothies as snacks or desserts.

  • Found your channel through Matty Fusaro! He recommended to watch you in one of his videos a while back, and I’ve stuck with watching you because you and your content are great!

  • ewe people still drink protein shakes haha I love my protein waffles after workout I gotta check how can I get this protein in Canada,thanks for the video:)

  • I hope my local supplement shop has pes protien or else I’m going to order. I’ve been on the fence with this brand or syntha-6. I think this has convinced me.

  • I don’t remember how i found your channel but i’ve been watching for a while.I stuck around cause i like your full day of eating vids & your funny!

  • Hey travis, did you guys discontinue the white chocolate peppermint protein powder, because I cannot seem to find it on your PES?

  • These ads definitely had a big influence on my early supplementation choices. For once I discovered how horrible tasting and utterly unmixable the products were I stuck to milk, eggs and meat!

  • I just saw something about the people living in blue zone areas. They have a longer life span. They also don’t consume much protein. So I approve this message.

  • Found you through Josies channel. You have an awesome personality and make interesting vlogs that hooked me, especially through food! Haha

  • Can you send me a link with the research showing the body can only utilize a max of 25 g in a sitting? Are u quoting one particular study? Thanks ��

  • One day I just stumbled over you’re account and it was the first fitness YouTube video I ever watched. I watch a bunch of fitness YouTubers now, but you are still, by far, my favorite because you have the best personality and have the most exciting and interesting videos �� I always look forward to your videos when I workout.

  • Thanks for this awesome video review Carlos!! And thank you especially for all your collaboration in the project. Bigger things ahead my friend.

  • pb cup is best, cookie and cream comes 2nd. Chocolate makes excellent beltsander brownies. Select protein is on the thicker side that only beat every1 else on the market. With PES you’re pretty sure the flavor has been worked on very much, aside from amazing blondie they are all top flavors.

  • im not going to enter the challenge but ill still answer the questions
    1) i found your channel from the 10,000 calorie vid
    2) i stuck around and subscribed because i found out you were the youtuber I’ve been looking for, for years:) keep up the awesome vids bro!!

  • Autumn, I have a question,. I started taking a protein powder a couple weeks ago because my trainer said I wasn’t getting near enough protein. One scoop about 3-4 times a week. I will link the product. Since then, my sparse eyebrows (I’m 60) have gotten way worse. I can’t think of any other reason for them falling out. Could it be the PP? TIA

  • I randomly jumped on to your channel and find it good.
    Here in India this brand is not available.., looking forward to try this one. Hope to win this giveaway ��

  • I think I found your channel while watching one of Maxx Chewnings videos. I stuck around because your sense of humor is really appreciated in my books!

  • I found you through recommended videos generated from YouTube about 5 months ago, obviously I’m still here and love you videos! So jealous of all the crazy food creations you make though:/
    Pes is next on my list of proteins to try, I honestly just can’t afford to buy tons of it and like you said there’s so much out there so I’ve been doing my own research and trying a few different ones and haven’t found one that just blows me away yetwould LOVE to win!!

  • I remember the Joe weider’s Tiger’s Milk protein bars back when I was a teenager in the late 70s he also sold them through the 80s and the 90s they went away for awhile then they came back recently without the Joe Weider name on them.

  • This is so good. Thanks for sharing this!! I’m always telling people this but it’s so deeply ingrained that we need more protein, more protein, more protein. I’ll send people your way to check this out.

  • I found your channel when one of your original junk bowl pictures showed up on my youtube home page. I keep watching your videos because you like to change up your videos and you actually care what the people are looking for in videos…. keep up the good work.

  • You must try the protein pudding with vanilla and pistachio pudding mix. Sounds weird but it is amazing! Chocolate fudge + chocolate PB cup and some PB2 is also a great one!

  • If you have cancer, eat at least 30 to 50 grams of whey protein with phosphorus. Whey protein has been shown to lower the high glutathione levels in tumor cells which reduces their ability to grow. Studies show that it helps cancer patients. High whey protein diets also make chemotherapy work better.

  • Pretty sure I found your channel thru the suggested videos off to the side. You’re different than a lot of the other fitness channels because you’re easier to relate to so of course I’m still watching your videos. Oh and I’m also here for the FOOD!

  • How did i meet the TRAVIS “BEEFY GAINS” S…… I was totally in the whole bro diet tuna chicken potatoes nothing else… even though i still love them i need something new….. So stumbled on your FUCKING CRAZY CREATIONS! and then… i simple asked my mother that i’m going to marry a man name TRAVIS S.. on youtube….

  • 1. From the first feature on Brandon Campbell’s channel. 2. You are the realest youtuber out there. P.S. Saipan, CNMI is where I live. Am I international to you? lol

  • id rather lose fat and gain muscle but yeh:/ lol i cant remember how i found your channel brian or o2b i think. lol i cant win as i’m out of the US boo. i stuck around because i enjoy you and your videos! have seen every single video since i started watching! (at least six months now!)

  • This is very interesting! Which then begs the question on protein powder. It seems to be in everything (including plant-based) and makes me wonder if it has the same detriments.

  • Hello ok I’m trying to buy Avvatar whey protein from your website.. but after completing registration process.. when I’m going to login… there comes a message that your account under approval or provide customer care number.