Good for adding to shakes, though they do have insoluble fiber in them. Don't believe the hype about them tasting magical, they are really bitter (as can be imagined), but if you're creative you can find many, many uses for them. I actually grinded them up and made hot chocolate with them using stevia (which was phenomenal), and ate the insoluble residue afterwards (yum).
Pretty much the only good thing about it. It doesn't taste too good and it also does not mix too well. It is grainy/sandy and unfortunately not taste-neutral in shakes.
Not much to say, it's a good source of EFA's and can be put into shakes. It's really healthy, but has a noticeable taste to it, even in shakes. It tastes better than flax, though.
Taste okay, good for salads and stuff. They are really healthy too.
They taste interesting, not sweet and not like any other berry I've ever tried. The health benefits make them worth the try.
I haven't used this product long enough to tell a distinctive difference in workouts or testosterone levels, but it does have a long documented history. One thing's for sure, this stuff does taste absolutely awful. I have to plug my nose while drinking it and after rinsing my mouth out and still notice a little after-affect. Hopefully it's doing something good...
This is a great protein source for anyone actually. It does have a distinctive taste, it really tastes like peas with a little aftertaste. The powder smells like wall paint. Then again, if you are looking on the market for something like this, health is obviously your priority to begin with. That being said, the taste is not too bad and I will definitely order it again.
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