Lactose Free Protein Powder

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Curious about lactose-free protein? We’ve got plenty.

Lactose-free protein is an excellent choice if you’re lactose intolerant or sensitive to lactose. So, what is lactose? Basically, lactose is a type of sugar that is found in milk products. If you struggle to digest lactose, you’re not alone; lactose intolerance can trigger digestive issues from abdominal pain to vomiting and nausea.

Across our ASN stores, we offer a range of lactose-free protein powders that can help you avoid the adverse effects of lactose.


Don’t worry; you don’t have to completely cut out dairy. Lactose-free products, including protein powders, are still made with real dairy, but the lactose is neutralised. If you’re looking to cut dairy out completely, lactose-free proteins can still suit that goal, as there are plenty of plant-based protein powders that are also lactose-free.

If you can’t say no to whey protein, you can still enjoy lactose-free options like Switch Nutrition WPI. There are lactose-free whey proteins, but it is important to check the packaging to ensure you have picked up the right one.  For a plant-based option, Macro Mike Plant Protein is an ever-reliable formula.


Don’t let a lactose intolerance stop you from enjoying the benefits of protein. From whey isolates to plant-based formulas, ASN can fuel you with the best lactose-free protein powders on the market.

As a leading supplement retailer in Australia, our team at ASN are proud to stock a comprehensive range of high-quality lactose-free protein powders. From Switch Nutrition to White Wolf and Happy Way, you can rest assured that you’re consuming the best proteins available.

If you need help finding the best lactose-free protein powders to support your goals, our friendly team can help you out. Reach out online or visit us in-store to get started.

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What is Lactose Free Protein Powder?

Lactose-free protein powders are free of the lactose properties from milk that can cause digestive issues and impact people who are lactose intolerant or sensitive to lactose. Lactose-free protein powders can support your performance and recovery, helping you develop lean muscle and strength while supporting weight loss and nutrient uptake.

What are the ingredients in lactose free protein powder?

While there are lactose-free whey isolates on the market, you will find that most lactose-free protein powders use pea, rice, and hemp as the most common protein sources. Other sources include pumpkin seed, watermelon seed and sunflower seed, among others. These formulas generally contain amino acids, vitamins and minerals to support your performance and health.

What are the benefits of lactose free protein powder?

Lactose free protein is more suitable for those with a sensitive stomach and can support your protein intake and training goals. Whether you’re trying to lose weight, build lean muscle, increase your strength, recover after training or sustain yourself with an effective meal replacement, a lactose-free protein can provide results while reducing the risk of any digestive issues.

Who should use lactose free protein powder?

Anybody who is lactose intolerant or has a sensitivity to lactose should opt for a lactose-free protein. Don’t worry; these proteins are just as effective as a protein containing lactose and can help you achieve your weight and training goals.

How does lactose free protein powder compare to regular protein powder?

The key difference is simply that lactose-free proteins don’t contain lactose. Most whey proteins are very low on lactose anyway and are about 90% protein or higher (Gunnars, K. 2023). While most whey proteins will still contain low amounts of lactose, there are still lactose-free whey isolates available. However, the most common lactose-free proteins are plant-based and vegan-friendly.

How much lactose free protein powder should I take?

It is important to check the nutritional panel on your lactose-free protein powder for instructions on how much you should consume per day, as different products may vary.