Best Lactose-Free Weight Gainer [Reviews and Comparison]

Best Lactose free weight gainer

More and more of us are experiencing sensitivities to certain food and drink ingredients these days, and one of the most common, alongside gluten, is a sensitivity to lactose.

For that reason, I’ve been searching out some of the best lactose-free weight gainer products, which enable weight and muscle bulk to be achieved, without upsetting any imbalances, and also giving a better overall health picture.

The market is full of such products, but it’s hard sometimes to know which work well and which are sub-standard. To help you out, and to give you some genuine advice and reviews, I’ve checked out five of the best, to give you honest advice to work with.

Let’s check them out.​

Lactose Free Gainer Comparison Chart

Supplement Name

Qtt.

Flavor 

Mr. Mass Rating

Vega Sport Performance Protein

Calories per serving: 130

Protein 25g

BCAAs 5000Mg

Namely vanilla

Vega Sport Protein Powder

Calories per serving: 160

Protein 30g

Fiber 3g

BCAAs 6g

Namely mocha

Chocolate

Berry Vanilla

Garden of Life Sport Organic Plant-Based Protein

Calories per serving: 80

Protein 30g

Sugar 1g

BCAAs 5g

Chocolate

Vanilla

Orgain Organic Protein Powder

Calories per serving: 150

Protein 21g

Fiber  5g

Carbs 3g

Six

Vega One Plant-Based Protein Powder

Calories per serving: 170

Protein 20g

Eight flavors

Reviews

1. Vega Sport Performance Protein

Vega Sport is a big brand name, and I’m going to be reviewing a few of their products, to help you find the best for your needs.

Product Info :

Calories per serving: 130

Features per serving:

Protein 25g

BCAAs 5000mg

Flavors: Namely vanilla

Optimal uses occasions: 45 minutes after working out

This particular protein powder comes in a 25 servings per tub size, so certainly enough for almost a month, and the cost isn’t particularly high either, which is always a bonus.

Only available in one flavor, namely vanilla, the taste isn’t over the top, so it can easily be adds to smoothies and other drinks/meals, without changing the taste too much.

There is no added sugar, or any other nasties included in the powder, and it is totally vegan, dairy, gluten and soy-free, so no worries about any intolerances coming to the fore. It is recommended that you take the powder around 45 minutes after working out, to aid with muscle repairs and recovery, and to make it easier you can simply add it to water and drink down in one.

In terms of nutritional information, each serving contains 130 calories, 25g of protein, and 5000mg of BCAAs, which is an important amino acid your body needs when working out and bulking up.

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2. Vega Sport Protein Powder

This is another in the Vega Sport range, and it has a few differences from the last product I reviewed.

Product Info :

Calories per serving: 160

Features per serving:

Protein 30g

Fiber: 3g

BCAAs 6g

Flavors: Namely mocha, chocolate, berry, and vanilla

The first difference is that there are a few flavor ranges with this particular product, namely mocha, chocolate, berry, and vanilla, and all can be mixed into smoothies or oatmeal, to enjoy and enhance the taste.

There are a few tub sizes on offer also, including 12 count, large, extra large, and sample size, so you can have a try before you really invest experience; I find that the best way to check that a product really works for you as an individual. The 12 count tub has an average of 20 servings included, just to give you an idea of how long it is going to last you.

As you would expect, this is a lactose and gluten-free choice, and it gives you a real hit of protein, at 30g per serving. In addition to that, you will also receive 6g of BCAAs, 3g of fiber, and 160 calories.

The ingredients work together to give you muscle growth, strength and support during recovery.

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3. Garden of Life Sport Organic Plant-Based Protein

The Garden of Life choice is a totally plant based option, which makes it as natural as it gets! Lactose and soy free, this is the ideal choice for anyone who needs to avoid dairy, and it also comes in two different sizing options, including a 12 count tub, and a canister.

Product Info :

Calories per serving: 80

Features per serving:

Protein 30g

Sugar 1g

BCAAs 5g

Flavors: Chocolate, Vanilla

There are also two delicious flavors to choose from, with chocolate and vanilla to decide between.

The vanilla option isn’t particularly sweet, which makes it ideal for smoothies, to give just a hint of an additional taste.

This is another option which gives you a very high protein punch, at 30g per serving, but it is low in calories also, at just 80 calories per serving, which really is an advantage for those who want bulk, but not fat! Other nutritional information includes 1g of sugar, and also a huge 5g f those all-important BCAAs.

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4. Orgain Organic Protein Powder

As the title would suggest, this is a totally organic product, and that means you can be sure that you’re not taking in anything false.

Product Info :

Calories per serving: 150

Features per serving:

Protein 21g

Carbs 3g

Fiber 5

Flavors: Namely sweet vanilla bean, creamy chocolate, iced matcha latte, natural unsweetened, peanut butter, and sweet vanilla bean.

There are four tub sizes on offer, including 2.03lb, 1.02lb, 2.74lb, and 1.59lb choices, so you can try with a smaller tub if you want to first, before investing in a larger supply.

There are a huge range of different flavors included in this product, namely sweet vanilla bean, creamy chocolate, iced matcha latte, natural unsweetened, peanut butter, and sweet vanilla bean.

Basically, there is something for everyone, and the unsweetened choice is a good option for anyone who isn’t a fan of a too sweet taste.

Made of plant-based protein, you can expect a 21g hit of protein with each serving, as well as 5g of fiber, 3g of carbs, and 150 calories per serving on average, but this does alter slightly depending on the flavor you go for.​

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5. Vega One Plant-Based Protein Powder

My final review choice is another Vega product, but this one is in the Vega One range, rather than Vega Sport.

Product Info :

Calories per serving: 170

Features per serving:

Protein 20g

Fiber  25% of your daily

Flavors:  Chocolate, coconut almond, French vanilla, mixed berry, mocha, natural, natural unsweetened, and vanilla chai.

This is another plant-based protein option, which means totally natural and organic ingredients no matter what flavor you go for. You can choose between chocolate, coconut almond, French vanilla, mixed berry, mocha, natural, natural unsweetened, and vanilla chai. The unsweetened option is again ideal for anyone who doesn’t have a very sweet tooth.

You can choose between three different tub sizes, including small, large, and 10 count, and a serving contains around 25% of your daily fiber allowance, as well as being packed with probiotics and antioxidants, which are necessary for overall good health, not just gain. Each serving also contains 20g of protein, and 170 calories on average, depending on the specific flavor you go for.

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Conclusion:

The five products I have reviewed are all fantastic choices for those who want to build muscle and gain weight as a result.

Of course, they are all subtly different in their own right, and they also have advantages and disadvantages, but my clear winner would be the Vega Sport Performance Protein.

The vanilla choice of this product is delicious, and isn’t overly sweet, whilst delivering a good punch of prote, at a huge 25g per serving. This one is definitely my clear winner.

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