You should not experience any bloating with your personalized protein powder, assuming you are not allergic to any of the ingredients in your blend.
If you experience bloating, you likely have an intolerance toward a specific ingredient. Oftentimes, lactose intolerance is the culprit. Thankfully, we can exclude any ingredient that causes you discomfort – you'll just have to indicate your dietary restrictions in your quiz or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Another potential reason for bloating is eating too much protein. It's definitely a good idea to include a protein food with your meals and snacks, but if you are eating too many grams of protein, it could cause bloating or other digestive issues. Eating a large portion of protein 6 or more times a day, for example, would be too much. Other foods can also cause bloating as well, such as high fiber or high fat foods, or certain vegetables. Also, if you drink too much or not enough liquid, that can also cause some bloating. Balance is key!
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