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Detailed comparison of AST VP2 Whey Isolate and Betty Lou's Low Glycemic Protein Shake Protein Powder. Side by side look at similarities and differences in nutrition data like calories, total carbohydrates, fat composition, protein, cholesterol, vitamins,
There are 64 differences and 2 similarities between AST VP2 Whey Isolate, Betty Lou's Low Glycemic Protein Shake
 
Basic Details
Model #   Vp2 Whey Isolate vs   Low Glycemic Protein Shake  
 
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Brand   Ast vs   Betty Lou's  
 
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Description   Enhanced Absorption Formula!* Pure Hydrolyzed Isolated Whey Protein For Supporting Muscle Growth!* vs   Lactose, Gluten, Sugar And Hormone Free! Weight Control Support And Glucose Management!*  
 
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Category   Protein Powder vs   Protein Powder  
 
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Serving Size   1 Scoop (28 G) vs   2 Level Scoops (43 G)  
 
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Container Size   2 vs   15 Servings  
 
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Servings per Container   
32
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Flavor   Citrus Splash vs   Chocolate  
 
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Available Flavors and Sizes   2 Lbs. - citrus Splash | 2 Lbs. - creamy Vanilla | 2 Lbs. - double Rich Chocolate | 2 Lbs. - fruit Punch | 2 Lbs. - mocha Cappuccino vs   15 Servings - chocolate | 15 Servings - orange Cream | 15 Servings - vanilla  
 
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Directions   Directions For Vp2 Whey Isolate: Add One Heaping Scoop To 8 Ounces Of Your Favorite Cold Liquid (water, Milk, Etc.). Vp2™ Starts Dissolving Instantly. Just A Few Turns With A Spoon Or Shakes In A Shaker Bottle And It's Completely Mixed And Ready To Drink. When To Use: Take 1 Serving Of Vp2 30 Minutes Before Training And Another Serving Immediately After Training. On Non-training Days Use Vp2 Two To Three Times Daily. vs   Directions For Low Glycemic Protein Shake: Mix 2 Level Scoops In 8-10 Oz. Of Cold Water (recommended) Or Milk. For Best Results, Shake For 30 Seconds. Use Up To 3 Times A Day For Healthy Glucose Management. For Delicious Shake Recipes Please Go To Www.bettylousinc.com.  
 
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Allergen   Contains Milk And Soy. vs     
 
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Warnings   Warnings: Use This Product As A Food Supplement. Do Not Use For Weight Reduction. vs   Warnings: It Is Recommended That Anyone Involved In Any Weight Loss Or Weight Control Program Should Consult Their Physician. Keep In A Cool, Dry Place. Keep Out Of The Reach Of Small Children.  
 
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Other Ingredients   100% Hydrolyzed "oligopeptide" Isolated Whey Peptide Fractions Consisting Of Precision Engineered Whey Peptide Isolate Fractions (beta-lactoglobulin, Alpha-lactalbumin, Immunoglobulin, Proteose-peptone, Glycomacropeptides (gmp), B.s.a., Lactoferrin, Immunoglobulin, Lactoperoxidase, Relaxin, Lactollin, Beta-microglobulin), Citric Acid, Natural And Artificial Flavors, Beta-carotene (for Color), Lecithin, Aminogen Enzyme, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose. vs   Low Glycemic Protein Blend (whey Protein Concentrate, Milk Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate), Organic Brown Rice Powder, Fibersource Plus (fibersol2, Glucomannan Fiber, Cargeenan Fiber, Acacia Fiber, Chicory Root Fiber, Guar Gum Fiber), High-oleic Sunflower Oil, Conjugated Linoleic Acid (cla), Vitamin And Mineral Blend [calcium Citrate, Ascorbic Acid (vitamin C), Magnesium Citrate, Potassium Chelate, Vitamin K, D-alpha Tocopherol (vitamin E), Niacinamide (vitamin B3), Pantothenic Acid, Riboflavin (vitamin B2), Pyridoxine Hcl (vitamin B6), Thiamin (vitamin B1), Iron Chelate, Vitamin A (as Beta Carotene), Phosphorus, Folic Acid, Biotin, Chromium Chelate, Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12), Cholecalciferol (vitamin D)], Stevia, Lo Han Extract, Xylitol, Digestive Enzyme Blend (amylase, Cellulase, Lipase, Protease), Probiotic Blend (acidophilus, And Bifidus), Omega 3 Fatty Acids (efas), Cocoa Powder, Natural Flavors, Citrus Bioflavonoids, Naturally Occuring Sea Minerals*.  
 
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Supplement facts
Protein   
23 g
vs   20 g
 
 
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Calories   
110
vs   180
 
 
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Total Fat (lipids)   
vs   3 g
 
 
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Saturated Fat    vs   1 g
 
 
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Cholesterol   
vs   58 mg
 
 
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Sodium (Na)   
75 mg
vs   185 mg
 
 
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Calories From Fat   
vs   27 Cal
 
 
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Dietary Fiber    vs   5 g
 
 
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Total Carbohydrates   
3 g
vs   10 g
 
 
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Calcium (Ca)   
100 mg
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Potassium (K)   
120 mg
vs   250 mg
 
 
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Iron (Fe)   
0.1 mg
vs   1 mg
 
 
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Vitamin A (IU)   
35 IU
vs   2,500 IU
 
 
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Vitamin C (total ascorbic acid)   
0.3 mg
vs   300 mg
 
 
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Glycine    vs   360 mg
 
 
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Tryptophan    vs   300 mg
 
 
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Lysine    vs   2,140 mg
 
 
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Methionine    vs   420 mg
 
 
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Alanine    vs   1100 mg
 
 
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Magnesium (Mg)    vs   250 mg
 
 
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Tyrosine    vs   490 mg
 
 
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Arginine    vs   550 mg
 
 
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Histidine    vs   440 mg
 
 
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Aspartic acid    vs   2,100 mg
 
 
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Proline    vs   1220 mg
 
 
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Serine    vs   1200 mg
 
 
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Phenylalanine    vs   680 mg
 
 
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Phosphorus (P)    vs   0.32 mg
 
 
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Glutamic acid    vs   3,400 mg
 
 
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Biotin    vs   60 mcg
 
 
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Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol)    vs   35 IU
 
 
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Probiotic Blend (8 Bill. Units)    vs   30 mg
 
 
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Chromium    vs   40 mcg
 
 
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Theronine    vs   1.31 g
 
 
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Vitamin B6    vs   2 mg
 
 
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Pantothenic acid    vs   10 mg
 
 
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Vitamin B12    vs   7 mcg
 
 
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Folate (As Folic Acid)    vs   300 mcg
 
 
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Xylitol    vs   400 mg
 
 
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Isoleucine (BCAA)    vs   1100 mg
 
 
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Valine (BCAA)    vs   1200 mg
 
 
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Vitamin D    vs   150 IU
 
 
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Leucine (BCAA)    vs   2 g
 
 
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Niacin (As Niacinamide)    vs   20 mg
 
 
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Vitamin K (phylloquinone)    vs   105 mcg
 
 
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Soluble Fiber    vs   4 g
 
 
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Vitamin B2    vs   2 mg
 
 
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Vitamin B1    vs   1.8 mg
 
 
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Digestive Enzyme Blend    vs   100 mg
 
 
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Monounsaturated Fat    vs   2 g
 
 
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Aminogen™   
125 mg
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Calcium (as citrate)    vs   300 mg
 
 
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