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Muscle Milk is not exactly considered the "healthiest" of whey protein out there, but for a dollar per serving, I'd consider buying it if I wasn't good on protein. Not the "same" product, but for reference: https://labdoor.com/review/muscle-milk regards to what I'm talking about.

Also, for those on a low carb diet...avoid this one.
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Muscle milk isnt technically a whey protein. It is a milk protein isolate which is 70% casein and 30% whey. It is a better protein overall if you do a morning and/or bedtime shake. It's not ideal for pre or post workout though where conventional thinking recommends a faster protein like 100% whey.
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Muscle milk isnt technically a whey protein. It is a milk protein isolate which is 70% casein and 30% whey. It is a better protein overall if you do a morning and/or bedtime shake. It's not ideal for pre or post workout though where conventional thinking recommends a faster protein like 100% whey.
I checked the ingredients and nutritional infor... It says whey isolate as first ing and casein as second so I think it's 30% casein and 70% when but I could be wrong....

Decent price for 5lbs though
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I checked the ingredients and nutritional infor... It says whey isolate as first ing and casein as second so I think it's 30% casein and 70% when but I could be wrong....

Decent price for 5lbs though
Actually, whey concentrate is the first ingredient. To me, although this is some tasty stuff, a serving is two scoops at 280 calories and 32 grams of protein. If you get gold standard instead, 120 calories gets you 24 grams of protein.

Half a serving of MM is 16 grams of protein and 140 calories. Yes, I am aware there is a difference between milk protein concentrate and whey concentrate or isolate.

Still, if not bulking Or in need of the extra calories and "fillers" I would opt for something else.
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Hmm never seen the "genuine" label before, what's that supposed to mean? Muscle Milk has always been leaps and bounds the best tasting protein powder in the market IMO. Used to get this all the time as a college athlete,
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Good deal , priced better then gnc
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Muscle Milk is not exactly considered the "healthiest" of whey protein out there, but for a dollar per serving, I'd consider buying it if I wasn't good on protein. Not the "same" product, but for reference: https://labdoor.com/review/muscle-milk regards to what I'm talking about.

Also, for those on a low carb diet...avoid this one.
Prevention magazine had a handful of protein powders tested in a lab and they found traces of arsenic in Muscle Milk. Turns out that because it is a supplement and not food it is passable by the food and drug association. MM just has to put a disclaimer not to drink more than two servings a day because any more can do kidney damage.
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Prevention magazine had a handful of protein powders tested in a lab and they found traces of arsenic in Muscle Milk. Turns out that because it is a supplement and not food it is passable by the food and drug association. MM just has to put a disclaimer not to drink more than two servings a day because any more can do kidney damage.
Shouldn't be taking more than two servings of any protein powder a day or you probably aren't eating right anyway
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Casein and whey make me nauseous. Am I lactose intolerant?
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Prevention magazine had a handful of protein powders tested in a lab and they found traces of arsenic in Muscle Milk. Turns out that because it is a supplement and not food it is passable by the food and drug association. MM just has to put a disclaimer not to drink more than two servings a day because any more can do kidney damage.
Traces of arsenic can be found in many foods. What matters is how much.
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u can make a much better tasting protein with any low calories whey protein add ur own stuff to make it 200+ calories. 1 scoop whey 24g 120 calories. one cup almond milk. 30 calories. fruits strawberry,bluberry, half banana around 100 caloria, xtra tbs of vanilla, cineamon powder. 2/3 packs of splenda. you have a great tasting protein milk shake.
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Casein and whey make me nauseous. Am I lactose intolerant?
Can you drink milk? Sounds more like your protein powder intolerant...Course if you were drinking My Protein crap I can see why, that stuff is nasty. This is more of a mass gain bulking drink. Hence the fillers and some peeps favorite "protein drink"
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