Originally Posted by MarkI
Is dymatize any better or worse than ON? I'm down to switch it up, but from all the research i've done it seems like ON is the best protein powder on the market.
It's probably the most widely available protein powder that's the cheapest for the quality you get, but there are better ones out there.
But when I say "better" it's marginal. As long as you aren't allergic to anything, the cheapest one is the "best" one.
Unfortunately, I need to get custom blends of beef/pea/rice proteins because I'm allergic to dairy and dairy byproducts.