Rate this Protein Powder!!

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  1. zackflavored

    zackflavored KingShit's Post #55!

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    Hey F&N,

    dont post much here but like to lurk around :o anyhoo was just wondering real quick of what you gurus think about this protein powder. any info about it would be great, IE any benefits it might have or what is worse/better about it compared to other powders. please dont judge this by personal means (such as you think its gay cause you love your muscle milk) and any thoughts would be awsome! and goes for about $35-40.

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    :bigthumb: thanks all
     
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    $35-$40 for 12 servings? :ugh:
     
  3. AaronOC

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    it seems like a good powder but the serving sizes are too big and you will be buying a new container every 2 weeks
     
  4. Sims.0

    Sims.0 New Member

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    Id go look for something else, ur taking 4 scoops and getting 12 servings and getting a decent amount of cholesterol in there
     
  5. el es dee

    el es dee ...through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain.

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    yea...where did you find it?
     
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    -Mordecai- New Member

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    those scoops must be fucking tiny, 73g for 4 scoops and only 12 servings per container. 260 cal per serv?

    Just go with ON Whey
     
  7. zackflavored

    zackflavored KingShit's Post #55!

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    hmmmm so it seems that the price/amount value isnt very good, how bout the potency? from what i know I use a precision engineered protein powder with 24g of protein and this one contains 50g in a serving? is this lacking any essential amino acids or nutrients of the sort?:greddy: sorry im not very knowledgable about nutrition
     
  8. Ceaze

    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    probably because the serving size is twice as big
     
  9. Chris3G

    Chris3G Bullshark Testosterone

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    not trying to be a dick, but this is not a matter of nutrition, it's simple weights and measures. Look at the serving size...this product contains 50g protein in 73g of powder. that doesn't mean it is more "potent", it's just a larger serving size. if they wanted to, they could decide 1 serving = the entire jug, and then each serving would have 600g of protein :eek3:
     
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    That would make my day :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
  11. Genghis.Tron

    Genghis.Tron New Member

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    My protein kinda looks like this one and it has normal serving sizes. Check out ProLab ProWhey, I got the chocolate one and it's great and it's also the cheapest I can get. :cool:
     
  12. AaronOC

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    I had that ON>Prolab. Also the prolab doesn't mix for shit
     
  13. Chris3G

    Chris3G Bullshark Testosterone

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    there is actually a product called "russian bear", which comes in 4lb tubs, and the recommended serving size is 1lb :rofl:
     
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