I recently went back to the gym after allowing myself to get pretty damn fat....417ibs. Since going back i've gotten down to about 370. I'm 6'5" so i don't look as bad as many would at this weight; never-the-less still a fat "A". I've researched many Protein powders, and have decided on "Isopure Zero Carbs." For what i can tell, this seems to be just what i'm looking for for now.
My wife has also gone back to the gym the last couple of months, and have hit a "wall." Despite all her knowledge of the gym (both of us having been heavily into body building before the kids) she's starting to have debts etc due to not loosing weight as fast a i am. She already knows men loose faster, etc, etc, but still she's upset. We've yet to start working out together (which i know she's looking forward to doing like old times), but i think a good protein powder would do well for her also.
We both want to loose weight, and gain more muscle.
Q: I know women can use most proteins that are "made for men", and i also know there are a few that maybe better for women. I know that less carbs, and more vitamins are better in proteins for women. That being said, would Isopure Zero Carbs be perfect for my wife as well, or is there another one that would be better for her?
Thanks for your help