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24-Ct 8-Oz Carnation Breakfast Essentials Drinks (Rich Milk Chocolate) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 24-Count 8-Oz Carnation Breakfast Essentials Light Start Drinks (Rich Milk Chocolate) on sale for $22.88 - 5% when you checkout via Subscribe & Save - 15% when you 'clip' the coupon on product page = $18.31. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+.

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  • Each 8 fl oz serving is packed with 13 g of high-quality protein to help build & maintain muscle
  • Provides an excellent source of 21 vitamins & minerals
  • Contain 100% daily value (DV) of vitamin C and 50% DV of vitamin D, key nutrients for immune support
  • NO ARTIFICIAL flavors or colors. Also gluten free and kosher

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Men don't need to specifically avoid foods containing iron (it's an essential nutrient, but one we typically get enough of in our diet). They just should be careful about taking iron supplements, which tend to have several times the recommended daily allowance. This only has 20% of the USRDA of iron in each serving, so probably about 2 mg, which is hardly going to cause any issues. An OTC iron supplement might have 45 mg (250% USRDA), and a prescription one could have much more than that.
It's a food with 2 mg of iron. That is 20-25% of what an adult male is supposed to consume on a daily basis in order to be healthy. It's like 2 oz of steak. You're arguing that a 2 oz steak will cause an iron overdose?

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16 g carbs for all the ketoers
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Looks like this light version is the one with artificial sweetener compared to the regular one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Looks like this light version is the one with artificial sweetener compared to the regular one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
Yeah thanks for sending the comparison. the OP's has less carbs and more protein. People can do their own research on artificial sweeteners, but for me they are better for me than the amount of glucose syrup in the higher calorie one.
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Instant breakfast!
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I have to mention this whenever this stuff goes on sale, it contains IRON, which is not good for men, unless you have an iron deficiency.
Why not good for men?
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https://www.livestrong.com/articl...pplements/

The first paragraph;

"Iron supplements are beneficial for people with iron deficiency anemia, who don't get adequate amounts of iron in their diet or who simply need extra iron during a certain life stage. However, the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse, or NDDIC, states that men are more at risk for a hereditary condition that causes excess iron to build up in the vital organs. Adult men should not take iron supplements unless recommended to do so by a doctor."
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Quote from IMADMUN :
I have to mention this whenever this stuff goes on sale, it contains IRON, which is not good for men, unless you have an iron deficiency.
Men don't need to specifically avoid foods containing iron (it's an essential nutrient, but one we typically get enough of in our diet). They just should be careful about taking iron supplements, which tend to have several times the recommended daily allowance. This only has 20% of the USRDA of iron in each serving, so probably about 2 mg, which is hardly going to cause any issues. An OTC iron supplement might have 45 mg (250% USRDA), and a prescription one could have much more than that.
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Quote from IMADMUN :
https://www.livestrong.com/articl...pplements/

The first paragraph;

"Iron supplements are beneficial for people with iron deficiency anemia, who don't get adequate amounts of iron in their diet or who simply need extra iron during a certain life stage. However, the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse, or NDDIC, states that men are more at risk for a hereditary condition that causes excess iron to build up in the vital organs. Adult men should not take iron supplements unless recommended to do so by a doctor."
I carry the iron disease in my DNA but I don't have it
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This post is a supplement which contains iron, clearly stated as something to be avoided unless specified by a doctor. Are you a medical doctor? "Hardly going to cause any issues" is bad advice.
It's a food with 2 mg of iron. That is 20-25% of what an adult male is supposed to consume on a daily basis in order to be healthy. It's like 2 oz of steak. You're arguing that a 2 oz steak will cause an iron overdose?
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Quote from IMADMUN :
This post is a supplement which contains iron, clearly stated as something to be avoided unless specified by a doctor. Are you a medical doctor? "Hardly going to cause any issues" is bad advice.
Someone's having a bad day
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Why not good for men?
Exactly. Low carbs is good if you are a diabetic, and iron is bad if you have hemochromatosis. Plus it tastes so watery. I couldn't stand it. Stick with my Atkins for now.
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