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TOPIC: Protein Hazards
Created by: 2ofUs99
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Anyone read the CR magazine report on the hazards of protein drinks? They may contain larger than acceptable concentrations of arsenic, cadium and other bad stuff.
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I wish I could rely on "real food" but I cannot eat enough to maintain my weight. Also age has revealed the recuperative assist from creatine.

I rely on an arsenal of natural supplements - Whey protein Isolates (69g protein daily), creatine and nitric oxides with a heavy jolt of caffeine. Nine eggs - scrambled but extremely runny with 3 regular meals. Still fighting to keep my weight at 170lbs.

I believe the vascularity gains of nitric oxides is a natural way of gaining the effects of Viagra.

The NO-xplode has made me a coffee addict during the off month as the lack of caffeine causes constant headache and drowsiness.

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Personally I would rather just get my protein from EATING real food (like steak, poultry, eggs, etc). And my lattes. - h

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That article was aiming towards two companies. i believe it was muscle milk and myloplex. I go my the old school rules...read the ingredients and if it has more then 3 i don't buy it. Just getting a simple protein powder is fine. Get your vitamins from food.

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That article was aiming towards two companies. i believe it was muscle milk and myloplex. I go my the old school rules...read the ingredients and if it has more then 3 i don't buy it. Just getting a simple protein powder is fine. Get your vitamins from food.

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The benefiets of high quality microfiltered whey concentrates and isolates far outweigh any risk, IMHO.

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Apparently the quantities are small enough or the because of the lack of gov regulations they do not have to list them. Makes you really think about some of the stuff that is on the health food shelves and whether they really are healthy. Guess it's back to plain old milk

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Anyone read the CR magazine report on the hazards of protein drinks? They may contain larger than acceptable concentrations of arsenic, cadium and other bad stuff.

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TOPIC: Protein Hazards