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May 30, 2010



thanks, herc, i'm done with that crap... $3.99 a bottle too.

Shawn Patrick

Yea, I don't mean to say I told you so... But I told you so a year ago, muscle milk was junk. It's designed to make you bigger, fatter, and have higher fat and chlorestrol levels. Maybe if you are very underweight or a professional bodybuilder.

In long term health, muscle milk is BBBBAAAADDDD


Be kind to your liver.

Jeff B.

For clarification on the consumer reports article and information on the independent, quality assurance testing certification Muscle Milk has earned from NSF International, view the following link http://www.cytosport.com/news/press/state-by-greg-pickett-founder-cytosport-inc

Muscle Milk is a protein-enhanced nutritional beverage that provides high-quality proteins (caseinates, milk protein isolate, whey), low-sugar carbohydrates, functional fats (MCT's, polyunsaturated, monounsaturated, plus 20 vitamins & minerals in a lactose free formula.

Melissa George

Thankful for AdvoCare !!! Safety is the first consideration for every AdvoCare product. Each product is backed by more than 270 years of combined experience and expertise from the Scientific & Medical Advisory Board - Check out https://www.advocare.com/09053215/Products/SciMed/




Jeff, uh oh, you won't want to read this one...


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The samples of Muscle Milk Chocolate powder we tested contained all four heavy metals, and levels of three metals in the product were among the highest of all in our tests. Average cadmium levels of 5.6 µg in three daily servings slightly exceeded the USP limit of 5 µg per day, and the average lead level of 13.5 µg also topped the USP limit of 10 µg per day. The average arsenic level of 12.2 µg was approaching the USP limit of 15 µg per day, and the average for mercury was 0.7 µg, well below the USP's 15 µg-per-day limit. Three daily servings of Muscle Milk Vanilla Crème contained 12.2 µg of lead, exceeding lead limits, and 11.2 µg of arsenic. A fourth product, Muscle Milk Nutritional Shake Chocolate (liquid), provided an average of 14.3 µg of arsenic per day from three servings, approaching the proposed USP limit.

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Yes. The Muscle Milk they tested had , IIRC, something like 50% excess Lead (among other metals) above the RDA.

Thing is a majority of products have trace levels of these metals...

We would be surprised if we had everything we ate/drank analyzed.. but that just isn't feasible.

I think armed with the knowledge you should err on the side of caution and use another brand entirely for this type of supplement. On the otherhand, you could also use the same logic and get worried about drinking your tap water, and never drink it again!

It is proven heavy metals aren't good for us in EXCESSIVE amounts,.. but just what is excessive, especially per day, is very debatable.

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