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I have the 3 lb package, which has 22 servings when using 2 scoopfuls of the protein powder per serving. I think the 1 lb package is "similar" in that it uses 2 scoopfuls of protein powder per serving so it would be 7 servings per 1 lb package (if memory serves me correctly from when I had purchased the 1 lb package).
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I have the 3 lb package, which has 22 servings when using 2 scoopfuls of the protein powder per serving. I think the 1 lb package is "similar" in that it uses 2 scoopfuls of protein powder per serving so it would be 7 servings per 1 lb package (if memory serves me correctly from when I had purchased the 1 lb package).
By the way, I only use 1 scoopful of protein powder per serving because I am happy to have "only" 25 g of protein per serving (i.e. 1 scoopful), and it helps make the protein powder last... so I get "double" the servings suggested on the packaging by only using 1 scoopful of protein powder.
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I have the 3 lb package, which has 22 servings when using 2 scoopfuls of the protein powder per serving. I think the 1 lb package is "similar" in that it uses 2 scoopfuls of protein powder per serving so it would be 7 servings per 1 lb package (if memory serves me correctly from when I had purchased the 1 lb package).
By the way, I only use 1 scoopful of protein powder per serving because I am happy to have "only" 25 g of protein per serving (i.e. 1 scoopful), and it helps make the protein powder last... so I get "double" the servings suggested on the packaging by only using 1 scoopful of protein powder.
Hope this info helps. :)

Stine
· May 14, 2014
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I have only had two flavors, Creamy Vanilla which is really good. On a scale of 1 to 10 ,assuming 5 is average and 10 is sickeningly sweet. I would give it a 3 5/8.
The other flavor I had was cookies & cream. It has to be the grossest thing to ever touch my taste buds, too nasty for the scale.

Annie
· May 13, 2014
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It says Total Carbohydrate 300g. for a 2,000 Calorie diet and for a 2,500 Calorie diet, it says 375g??? This is for a two scoop serving though and I only do one scoop in my coffee to give me an extra 25 grams of protein. :-0) You have to stir it in fast so it doesn't clump.
Damian Mrakuzic
· October 12, 2014
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Yes, it contains soy lecithin.
mommy4
· July 13, 2016
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210. ( I had my husb look- he's the one who uses it.)
M/E Aaron 1 of 2
· December 30, 2013
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Vanilla and creamy vanilla are the best flavors and it mixes best with water. After mixing with water you can add milk if you want and mix again.I have done that. I have found it is best to mix with water first,before adding fruit or anything else too.
Annie
· December 27, 2013
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I've tried a couple and like the espresso the best. The brand itself isn't sweet so don't expect it to taste like ice cream. Think of a watered down flavor and that's close to what these taste like.
Sskinner
· January 15, 2016
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Yes, it does. It may be a different measurement size than other proteins. Each brand has their own size scoop, so use the one it comes with.
LeslieD
· January 9, 2019
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The protein powder will taste best when mixed into 6 to 8 ounces of very cold water or milk. It can be mixed into warm milk, but don't put warm or hot fluids in a shaker cup.
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Manufacturer · December 3, 2018