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Exercises will help more - there are some good ones in the book Bulletproof Your Shoulder that can help prevent a tear too.
By John on August 26, 2013
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I'm sorry, but dietary cholesterol has virtually no affect on the bodies cholesterol levels, and modern science supports this.
Like most (mis)information, this "dietary cholesterol bad" myth was probably instituted by a study sponsored by the cereal/grain companies or something back in the 70's or 80's.
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I'm sorry, but dietary cholesterol has virtually no affect on the bodies cholesterol levels, and modern science supports this.
Like most (mis)information, this "dietary cholesterol bad" myth was probably instituted by a study sponsored by the cereal/grain companies or something back in the 70's or 80's.
Just like the whole "fat is bad" fad that took off during the 80's when low/no-fat everything came out. What happened next? Add in the processed fructose (corn syrup). Why corn syrup? Because corn is/was subsidized the US Govt (our tax dollars) and they put a tariff on imported sugar cane, making corn syrup the de'facto sweetener in American processed food.
And why did that "fat is bad" thing take off? Because companies used the absolute cheapest forms of fat (hydrogenated vegetable oils). And what's cheaper than hydrogenated fats and that can be flown into foods under the radar? Processed fructose. see less

By Ringo on February 18, 2012
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Absolutely, man. Whey is one of the highest quality protein out there. Take it after your workouts and you won't feel as sore. After a week or two start taking after your workouts and before bed with some milk. Obviously you're going to have to diet and excersize but ya whey will definitely lean you out.
By Carlos on October 4, 2013
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2lbs = 29 servings. Roughly, 5 days/week with a 4 week month is about 20 servings (excluding weekends). That leaves you with roughly 9 servings for the month left. I work out everyday but only take a shake after a workout. 2 lbs lasts me about a month. 5 lbs = 75 servings. For me, a 5 lb tub would easily be 2 months ma… see more 2lbs = 29 servings. Roughly, 5 days/week with a 4 week month is about 20 servings (excluding weekends). That leaves you with roughly 9 servings for the month left. I work out everyday but only take a shake after a workout. 2 lbs lasts me about a month. 5 lbs = 75 servings. For me, a 5 lb tub would easily be 2 months maybe 2.5. If you plan on staying with ON, it's more cost-effective to purchase the 5 lb tub depending on the vendor. Hope this helps. see less
By Ted K. on January 14, 2014
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If there was a way to put pictures on here, you could see, but I lost 44 lbs of fat and added roughly 2 lbs of muscle since January with one scoop a day. If you put in the work, you'll get the results you want. Here's a link to my results, dunno if it will work. http://imgur.com/QBhZDaL
By Chris Hair on June 5, 2014
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Eating more protein will not make you bulk up. Eating, lifting heavy and resting will bulk you up. This is ideal for eating after your run. You should also eat some sugar (like tossing a handful of M&M's into the blender) to replenish your glycogen. Another good idea is to have some of their casein protein right be… see more Eating more protein will not make you bulk up. Eating, lifting heavy and resting will bulk you up. This is ideal for eating after your run. You should also eat some sugar (like tossing a handful of M&M's into the blender) to replenish your glycogen. Another good idea is to have some of their casein protein right before you go to bed. Whey is good first thing in the morning and after a workout (it is fast digesting) and casein is good before bed. see less
By Amazon Customer on May 26, 2014
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they package by weight, so the containers are never full. and the scoop is usually at the bottom.
By steph gas on October 19, 2013
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It is not a miracle worker by any means. However, it is difficult for me to get enough protein in my regular diet so this really helps, especially if you have a good workout regimen. After cleaning up my diet AND adding whey protein, i have lost about 5 pounds in the last month.
By Katlyn Newcomb on June 5, 2013
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Per scoop (8 oz serving):
120 calories
1g fat… see more
Per scoop (8 oz serving):
120 calories
1g fat
3g carbs
24g protein see less

By Mark on September 15, 2013
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Increasing muscle mass is all about genetics, work ethic, and nutrition. If you have poor muscle mass in family history it's hard to fight that and I know. If you lift strictly and follow some routine there will be muscle growth. Nutrition is the key to bodybuilding. If aren't eating right then there's not much to be d… see more Increasing muscle mass is all about genetics, work ethic, and nutrition. If you have poor muscle mass in family history it's hard to fight that and I know. If you lift strictly and follow some routine there will be muscle growth. Nutrition is the key to bodybuilding. If aren't eating right then there's not much to be done. This is a life style and can't be changed easily over night. This product does provide you with better protein synthesis as it is a clean form of protein and can be absorbed quicker than most protein filled foods. see less
By Dan Tarchala on September 8, 2015