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Same here. I have been using protein powders on and off since I was 21. I am 38 now and never had an acne out break. It's possible that someone could be allergic to ingredients in powders. I love my GNC Soy vanilla protein. I think it is $36 for a container of 55 servings. I ran out and have not replaced it yet so don't quote me on servings. I also have a GNC gold card so I save 20% on everything. It has

Calories 130
protein 25
Cholesterol 0
Sodium 290
Carbs 3
sugar 0
is wheat,gluten and yeast free as has a ton of amino acids in it, I was getting a tad bit tired of the same thing after 10 year I add strawberries and or bananas and stevia.

I'll still drink the GNC one but the Isopure is a good treat. It's like having a snowball for protein drink but with out the ice. For a container it's $56.99 without the 20% discount and has 22 servings

Nutrition Facts: for pineapple/orange/banana flavor
Serving Size 2 scoops per 12 ounces
Calories 210
Fat Calories 0
Total Fat 0
Cholesterol 10mg
Sodium 340mg
Potassium 810mg
Carbs 0
Fiber 2
Sugars 0
Proteins 50
plus all your vitamins and amino acids. However it is produced in a facility with soy,dairy,egg,wheat ingredients, peanuts and tree nuts. After you mix the powder in water you let it sit for 10 to gain thickness. The drink is see through. Different flavors are different colors but you can see through the glass after it's mixed.

EDIT: there are more than that are cheaper but I look for the ones that have less cholesterol. It runs high in my family. Whey protein like the GNC chocolate has 69 cholesterol and 21 protein. The RDA is less than 300 mg of cholesterol