I'm considering adding a protein powder to my diet. I have trouble eating enough for my activity level because of my IBS so I'm a bit underweight.
I don't have the patience/energy to do bone broth every day and the Great Lakes gelatin I use sometimes doesn't sit well with me. I seem to do ok with oysters and liver, but couldn't eat those for breakfast.
I'd like to find something that I could incorporate into a morning smoothie.
Jini Patel Thompson's Absorb Plus shakes (http://www.absorbplus.com/) would be tempting to try if they weren't insanely expensive.
I really like Whey Cool by Designs for Health. Great product.
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I understand your need to want to get more protein, but whey may potentially irritate your gut, you'd be better off eating high quality real proteins.
I had the same thought initially and tried it and my IBS got worse, and I got a clean product of high quality (added 1 shake per day). If you are eating 3 meals a day you should be ok to get your proteins in.