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They have always eaten grass and will always find the green stuff when allowed too moo-ve freely. Brett on 12/09/2013 O, this could be the perfect choice for whey, however, it's sweetened with Sucralose, and way to much of it. Didn't know 'new Zealand' protein existed and I'm happier taking this than the other stuff. Our New Zealand Whey Protein Isolate is sourced from cattle that graze freely on the lush, green, open pastures of New Zealand, thereby providing you with the peace of mind of a high quality product. First time it tasted great, but I think this time around they sent me the unflavoured instead, even though it says vanilla on the bag. It also helped with reassuring my parents about it because they think protein is steroids aha. It tastes like candy and not banana at all. The chocolate powder is super fine and mixes very well a couple shakes in a shaker cup and your good to drink, whereas the peanut butter powder is stickier and clumps.

Its distinctly clean, culinary-inspired package design, personalized retail partnerships and social media programming are taking protein powders to a new level. Consumers are embracing the companys dedication to balanced nutrition, ethical ingredient sourcing and great taste. It is the only New Zealand sourced grass-fed whey protein with complete nutrition on the shelf today. Kura Balanced Nutrition Kura Protein Smoothie Powders, available in vanilla, chocolate and berry, have 14 grams of protein sourced from grass-fed New Zealand dairy. Research has indicated that there are two- to five-times the CLA (Congugated Linoleic Acid) in dairy which is sourced from grass-fed rather than grain-fed cows. CLAs are a type of fat that are believed to assist with immune support, balancing inflammation, maintaining healthy blood sugar and increasing lean body mass. Kuras protein powders are free from GMOs, hormones, antibiotics and gluten. The 26 vitamins and minerals include 100 percent RDA of vitamins C, D, B6, B12, Riboflavin, Niacin, Selenium and others, and 90 percent RDA of vitamins A and E. The brand has also incorporated an omega blend of golden flax seed, marine algae oil, mixed tocopherols, sunflower oil and lecithin. The protein powders include prebiotics from chicory root that nourish the probitotics, and 4 billion probiotic CFUs (bifidobacterium lactis, lactobacillus acidophilus). There is no added sugar and nothing artificial in the product.

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Peanut butter, taste like chocolate, but its good ho! Tried three flavours, chocolate,vanilla, and strawberry. Order Grass-Fed New Zealand Whey from Canadian Protein for these numerous benefits listed below: All Canadian Protein New Zealand Whey is grass-fed whey. I only wish Canadian Protein sold a plastic container that fit 2.5 lbs. of powder. Erjon on 12/01/2016 I've consumed upwards of 30 lbs of CanadianProtein whey over the past 2+ years. Quality product from a quality company. Shipping was fast ordered Sunday night got it Wednesday morning. Dennis on 12/12/2014 The natural unflavoured protein is delicious, filling, and certainly gives me the energy to perform exercises, recover quickly afterwards, and control the desire to overeat other foods. ON etc sell for 80 bucks a 5lb pop and they aren't NZ whey.

cents * Bond prices higher across the yield curve By Fergal Smith TORONTO, Oct 25 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar strengthened against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday but sharp gains made after its official close on Monday were mostly pared after the central bank clarified remarks made by Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz. Addressing lawmakers on Monday, Poloz explained that it was not clear cut that the bank should try to speed up closure of the output gap - the economy's spare capacity - by cutting interest rates as it would leave the bank very close to using unconventional tools. The Bank of Canada said on Oct. 19 it expected the output gap to close and the economy to return to full capacity around mid-2018, six months later than previously expected. "The uncertainties, they are multi-dimensional, so we just have to take, we do a fresh judgment every time and we can't plan it out that way, but our best plan right now we think is to wait for the next 18 months or so," he said on Monday. However, the remarks that were reported in some media on Monday were interpreted by the market as conveying that the central bank is on hold for 18 months. The bank later clarified those remarks in an email. "My statement concerning the need to wait 18 months was in reference to the time frame over which the output gap is expected to close," Poloz said in an email. "It was not intended as a reference to the bank's monetary policy." At 11:38 a.m. EDT (1538 GMT), the Canadian dollar was trading at C$1.3327 to the greenback, or 75.04 U.S.

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