• Yes. I know someone who drinks it, and they have no muscle.
  • Whoa, whoa whoa. Muscle Milk is a really effective gainer!! It has 42g of protein which is like a McDonald's Quarter Pounder and you can add an extra 10g if you mix it with milk instead of water. It also packs a lot of fat (more than most, if not all protein drinks) without filling you up. It's for people who -do heavy weightlifting AND -have reached full potential and want to gain bulk or -need help gaining weight/bulk because of high metabolism DON'T SUBSTITUTE IT FOR A MEAL IF YOU WANT TO GAIN.
  • 1 scoop is actually 35g, just itself.
  • 4-23-2017 You need to read some books about nutrition and learn how to eat right. Protein shakes are made of powdered milk, soy flour, sugar, and flavor. They cost about $1.25 for the amount of protein you get in a quarter's worth of milk. Your body needs 4/10 gram of complete protein per pound of weight, about 65 grams for a female and 90 grams for a male. You do not need more because you exercise or less because you loaf. For convenience you only count 6 grams per egg, 12 grams per glass of milk, and 24 grams per quarter pound of meat. If you eat more than the body needs, the excess is burned as ordinary but expensive calories. If you really think you need more protein, get powdered milk and mix it into your food.
  • I don't think so.

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