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Purus Labs MyoFeed Chocolate Cookie Crunch 1.9 lb

UPC: 855734002437     SKU ID: 11500
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$54.95
$27.99
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  Name Old Price Price  
Purus Labs MyoFeed Chocolate Cookie Crunch 1.9 lb $54.95 $27.99
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Purus Labs MyoFeed Mom''s Strawberry Milkshake 1.7 lb $54.95 $27.99
Purus Labs MyoFeed Homemade Vanilla Wafer 1.8 lb $54.95 $27.99
Purus Labs MyoFeed Maple Buttermilk Pancake 4.2 lb $94.95 $56.99
Purus Labs MyoFeed Homemade Vanilla Wafer 4.4 lb $94.95 $56.99
Purus Labs MyoFeed Mom''s Strawberry Milkshake 4.4 lb $94.95 $56.99
Purus Labs MyoFeed Vanilla Peanut Butter 1.9 lb $59.95 $29.99
Purus Labs MyoFeed Chocolate Peanut Butter 2 lb $59.95 $29.99
"Protein Spiking," or "Amino Spiking," has recently become a common deceptive practice throughout the sports supplements industry. In efforts to combat diminishing profit margins due to relentlessly rising protein prices, companies are slashing the amount of true, whole protein and replacing with cheap, free-form amino acids such as taurine, glycine, alanine or even arginine. They get away with this because they exploit a loophole whereby using these nitrogen rich amino acids, they fool the benchmark Kjeldahl methods for testing protein content. Functionally, this test relies on and measures nitrogen content to determine the amount of protein within a given sample; therefore, deceptively nitrogen-rich free form amino acids will not only register as whole protein gram for gram, but they register as far more protein than this allowing companies to use even LESS protein in their products. They mask these modifications by masquerading like they are adding extra amino acids, when in fact, they are substituting them for the whole protein you are paying for.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 Scoop
Servings Per Container 25
 
Amount Per Serving
 
   Serving  % DV*
Calories 120   
 
Calories from Fat 15   
 
Total Fat 2 g 2.0000 %
 
Saturated Fat 1 g 5.0000 %
 
Cholesterol 55 mg 25.0000 %
 
Sodium 135 mg 6.0000 %
 
Total Carbohydrate 4 g 1.0000 %
 
Dietary Fiber 1 g 4.0000 %
 
Sugars 2 g   
 
Protein 22 g   
 
Calcium 139 mg 14.0000 %
 
Iron 0 mg 1.0000 %
 
 
*percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
 


Consuming enough complete protein throughout the course of the day is an essential part of a healthy diet and active lifestyle. MyoFeed has been specifically formulated to provide an enhanced amino acid profile over many whole food sources and is an invaluable addition to your daily diet. For best results, spread your desired protein usage between several smaller meals throughout the day. SHAKER BOTTLE: Add your desired amount of protein to a shaker with 6-8 oz of water per MyoFeed serving and shake vigorously. Adjust your water usage to achieve your preferred sweetness level. If possible, always add MyoFeed into a shaker already filled with to ensure solubility.
Contains Milk and Soy
Protein Blend (Whey Protein Concentrate, Micellar Casein, Whey Protein Isolate), Chocolate Cookie Pieces [Unbleached Enriched Flour (Wheat Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin {Vitamin B2}, Folic Acid), Sugar, Palm and/or Canola Oil, Cocoa (Processed with Alkali), High Fructose Corn Syrup, Leavening (Baking Soda and/orr Calcium Phosphate), Cornstarch, Salt, Soy LEcithin, Artificial Flavor, Chocolate], Cocoa Powder, Natural and Artificial flavor, Prebiotic Dietary Fiber (VitaFiber-IMO From Corn or Tapioca Starch), Guar gum, Xanthan Gum, Sucralose, Salt, Sucralose, Aminogen (Proteases)
"Protein Spiking," or "Amino Spiking," has recently become a common deceptive practice throughout the sports supplements industry. In efforts to combat diminishing profit margins due to relentlessly rising protein prices, companies are slashing the amount of true, whole protein and replacing with cheap, free-form amino acids such as taurine, glycine, alanine or even arginine. They get away with this because they exploit a loophole whereby using these nitrogen rich amino acids, they fool the benchmark Kjeldahl methods for testing protein content. Functionally, this test relies on and measures nitrogen content to determine the amount of protein within a given sample; therefore, deceptively nitrogen-rich free form amino acids will not only register as whole protein gram for gram, but they register as far more protein than this allowing companies to use even LESS protein in their products. They mask these modifications by masquerading like they are adding extra amino acids, when in fact, they are substituting them for the whole protein you are paying for.