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GENEPRO Medical Grade Protein 60 Servings $41

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Haven't tried this stuff before, but seems well reviewed. Also the lowest it's been according to Camel:

The combination of the Tri-Protein and the way it is processed along with the addition of protease enzymes, allows for the equivalent of a 30gram serving of protein with only about 1 TBSP serving size.

https://www.amazon.com/GENEPRO-Me...%2B60&th=1
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What makes protein "medical grade?"
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What makes protein "medical grade?"
No clue, I'd like to imagine all proteins sold for human consumption are "medical" grade. Smilie

30g in a Tbsp seems awesome. I'm not sure what the protein is based on though, I know there's some controversy around Soy. Not much info on Amazon though.
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I only put industrial medical grade protein into my body.
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If this was weapon grade, it would be a good deal.
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If this was weapon grade, it would be a good deal.
Ballistic protein, for those wild high-impact Crossfit folks.
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31g serving has 30g protein yet the ingredients list is long. So 1g for taste and texture?
Doubtful.
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This kind of "medical grade" crap marketing give the industry a bad name.
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What is this made of? It says it is suitable for vegetarians, but I couldn't find the ingredients list
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So I've been doing research on this product today and found that another protein manufacturer sued Musclegen about its claims. A judgment was made on Dec 12/2017: https://www.pacermonitor.com/publ...earch,_Inc
"IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, Defendant MuscleGen Research, Inc. shall recall and remove all products and printed materials that include a claim as set forth above."

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Unjury Unflavored Protein Powder:
-21 g of protein per serving size
-Serving size is about 2 tablespoons (Container has 15 servings)
-90 Calories per serving

FYI, Price is $38 as of 1/10/18
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What makes protein "medical grade?"
MuscleGen's claim that its GenePro product has 30 grams of protein in a 1 tablespoon serving size and its use of the term "medical grade" are likely to mislead and cause confusion among consumers in that the stated protein amount is false, and there is no "medical grade" protein standard provided by the protein powder industry or the FDA. Further, SI03 faces irreparable harm, as the continuing false advertising of MuscleGen's products that compete with SI03's products poses a risk to SI03's sales and reputation. Conversely, MuscleGen has no protectable interest in continuing to falsely advertise its GenePro products. Finally, the Court finds that the public interest is served by preventing Defendant MuscleGen from misleading consumers to believe that a one tablespoon serving size of GenePro contains 30 grams of protein when the actual amount of protein is 10 grams or less. In addition, the public interest is advanced by preventing MuscleGen from misleading consumers by advertising that the protein is "medical grade." See Lawsuit [leagle.com]
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Sorry for dupe post. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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Last edited by MarthaL8699 February 17, 2018 at 12:24 PM. Reason: posted 2x
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So I've been doing research on this product today and found that another protein manufacturer sued Musclegen about its claims. A judgment was made on Dec 12/2017: https://www.pacermonitor.com/publ...earch,_Inc [pacermonitor.com]
"IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, Defendant MuscleGen Research, Inc. shall recall and remove all products and printed materials that include a claim as set forth above."
Keeping my eyes out for a class action or recall.
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