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    Meal replacemnets

    I am looking for a good meal replacement, I am trying to cut down and am looking for a high protien low card meal replacement.

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    SCAN DIET soy-based meal replacement.
    fat 3g
    carb 21g
    protein 18g
    26 vitamins and minerals
    Pretty tasty, i do the chocolate.

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    I do this the cheap way and make my own.They are basically protein powders with extra cals so i just add skmmed milk powder to a protein shake.They are all fortefied with extra vits and minerals and a lot cheaper.

    Don,t rely on MRP if you can help it

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    i use a MRP during the day, and a whey protein shake immediatly after working out. i have been using ultramet by champion nutrition for a couple years. IMO it's the best tasting MRP out

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    Originally posted by Billy Boy
    I do this the cheap way and make my own.They are basically protein powders with extra cals so i just add skmmed milk powder to a protein shake.They are all fortefied with extra vits and minerals and a lot cheaper.

    Don,t rely on MRP if you can help it


    Ohhh phewwwy....you make MRPs with tuna and oats....mmm the other white meat!

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    wouldn't that be pork?

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    Exclamation Damn you, always got to bust my flava...hah???

    Now that's the other, other white meat. Like the baby from Austin Powers.

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    Just trying to help you out and make this board free of all errors

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    Oh, well isn't that nice.




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    If you want a high protein low carb MRP just use a good high grade protein and add half a packet of Instant Breakfast. Mix it with water, as milk and protein compete for absorbtion.

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    Milk vs Protein

    Really,
    I didn't know that they competed for absorption.
    so for the best protein absorption use water.

    I was told that any artifical flavors or colors could also
    block absorption of nutrients and the artificial color and flavors stick around in you system alot longer.
    have you heard of this?

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    Re: Meal replacemnets

    Originally posted by firedup
    I am looking for a good meal replacement, I am trying to cut down and am looking for a high protien low card meal replacement.
    Optimum nutrition makes the Protein diet MRP@ 35gms protein and 3 gms carbs

    Twin labs makes the Fuel Plex @ 25 gms protein and 6 gms carbs

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