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    Can I put true protein in diet pepsi?!
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    damn she's getting into my bucket again.
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    • #3
      Re: true protein in diet pepsi??

      Originally posted by KidRok's Lady
      Can I put true protein in diet pepsi?!
      No...diet pepsi has aspartame in it...Don't do it...Please.....
      Heckman aka "WISE" OLD MAN

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      • #4
        not to sound like to much of a rookie but what wrong with aspartame.... i sometimes mix mine diet coke doesnt taste to bad

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Tyson23
          not to sound like to much of a rookie but what wrong with aspartame.... i sometimes mix mine diet coke doesnt taste to bad
          Tyson...you don't sound like a rookie..just an inquiring mind..go to the Articles Section and read the thread on the Aspartame Lawsuit. This is just the tip of the iceberg! Hope this helps
          Heckman aka "WISE" OLD MAN

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          • #6
            i have tried diet pepsi/coke and ion-exchange before. i like it if you shake the soda a bit and get the fizz out. it kind of tastes like a root beer float.

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            • #7
              TPC what are your thoughts on Aspartame?
              Anyone can become angry - that is easy, but to be angry with the right
              person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose,
              and in the right way, that is not easy.
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              • #8
                Re: Re: true protein in diet pepsi??

                Originally posted by Heckman
                No...diet pepsi has aspartame in it...Don't do it...Please.....

                I didn't, I was afraid it would fizz all over my desk &/or taste bad.
                I'll ck out the article.

                I did put it in my Pudding Pak :p KR bought some for the kids & they were just sitting there calling my name. So I rationalized that if I put protein powder in one, that I could eat it.
                It was pretty funny to watch me spooning in the powder, having it fall out onto my desk. Eat some......spoon some more in......

                LOL.....I got a 1/2 scoop into that lil thing.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by winnie
                  TPC what are your thoughts on Aspartame?
                  my thoughts are not the highest with it, but what really makes me laugh is the amount of people that use sucralose and think they are doing something better than aspartame. in my opinion sucralose has more sides and studies to give it a worse rep then aspartame. as well alot of the negative studies done with aspartame were dealing with individuals or animals who have taken alot of aspartame over a long time , and i mean alot more than any normal human would consume. if you guys could see, how little we use during the mixing of protein it is unreal, not much at all.

                  i personally use stevia, its all natural and adds no calories. we are also contemplating if we should start offering xylitol for a sweetener as well.

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                  • #10
                    I don't know about the protein but I have mixed a can of tuna in with a half a diet pepsi. I'll never do that again. The taste was manageable but the cleanup was terrible. I have a phobia of dirty dishes and no matter how much I cleaned that blender, it never seemed to be all the way clean.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by tpc
                      my thoughts are not the highest with it, but what really makes me laugh is the amount of people that use sucralose and think they are doing something better than aspartame. in my opinion sucralose has more sides and studies to give it a worse rep then aspartame. as well alot of the negative studies done with aspartame were dealing with individuals or animals who have taken alot of aspartame over a long time , and i mean alot more than any normal human would consume. if you guys could see, how little we use during the mixing of protein it is unreal, not much at all.

                      i personally use stevia, its all natural and adds no calories. we are also contemplating if we should start offering xylitol for a sweetener as well.

                      tpc
                      Interesting, thanks.
                      Anyone can become angry - that is easy, but to be angry with the right
                      person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose,
                      and in the right way, that is not easy.
                      -- Aristotle (384-322 B.C.)

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by jaywooly
                        I don't know about the protein but I have mixed a can of tuna in with a half a diet pepsi. I'll never do that again. The taste was manageable but the cleanup was terrible. I have a phobia of dirty dishes and no matter how much I cleaned that blender, it never seemed to be all the way clean.

                        That sounds really disguisting (I can't even spell it.)


                        I think I asked this in another thread.......what is stevias exactly & can you buy it at a store?
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by KidRok's Lady
                          That sounds really disguisting (I can't even spell it.)


                          I think I asked this in another thread.......what is stevias exactly & can you buy it at a store?
                          KRL...you did..check under the Aspartame Lawsuit thread
                          Heckman aka "WISE" OLD MAN

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by KidRok's Lady
                            That sounds really disguisting (I can't even spell it.)


                            I think I asked this in another thread.......what is stevias exactly & can you buy it at a store?

                            stevia is an herb from south america. it has been used for century's as a sweetener. it is considered a dietary supplement and not a sweetener by the FDA. this is solely based on the economics of all of our other favorite sweeteners (a totally different story in its self) and these companies worrying stevia will take away from their business, which it would if it ever passed as a food product. so with that being stated, you will not find this in a food store, but a health food store etc.

                            we offer it as a sweetener, and personally it is all i use. it is not chemically derived and only a little is needed to sweeten anything, as well it has a zero caloric value.

                            check your pm, krl.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by tpc
                              stevia is an herb from south america. it has been used for century's as a sweetener. it is considered a dietary supplement and not a sweetener by the FDA. this is solely based on the economics of all of our other favorite sweeteners (a totally different story in its self) and these companies worrying stevia will take away from their business, which it would if it ever passed as a food product. so with that being stated, you will not find this in a food store, but a health food store etc.

                              we offer it as a sweetener, and personally it is all i use. it is not chemically derived and only a little is needed to sweeten anything, as well it has a zero caloric value.

                              check your pm, krl.

                              tpc
                              Well stated True Protein! The operative company is Monsanto:angry:
                              Heckman aka "WISE" OLD MAN

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