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Ruthless
04-22-2003, 05:22 AM
the drink is called nurishment and comes in a 420g can, and they sell it in almost every shop in london for about 0.99p, it tastes very nice and has different flavours

typically provides per 420g can

energy (kj/kcal) 1782/422
protein (g) 21.0
carbohydrates (g) 61.3
-of which sugars (g) 61.3
fat (g) 11.0
-of which saturates (g) 6.7
fibre (g) nil
sodium (g) 0.33
vitamin A (ug) 800 (100%)
vitamin D (ug) 5.0 (100%)
vitamin C (mg) 60 (100%)
thiamin (mg) 1.2 (84%)
riboflavin (mg) 1.3 (84%)
Niacin (mg) 15.1 (84%)
vitamin B6 (mg) 1.7 (84%)
folacin (ug) 168 (84%)
vitamin B12 (ug) 0.8 (84%)
Calcium (mg) 714 (84%)
iodine (ug) 126 (84%)

% rda

they also sell a light version with reduced fat and kcal

so what uses do you guys see for this drink?

bradley
04-22-2003, 05:39 AM
Well it looks like some sort of weight gainer shake with a lot of extra vitamins added in. I would say it would be good postworkout but then again it has 11g of fat. Could use it as a meal replacement but I am not a big fan of taking in that much sugar unless it is postworkout.

GhettoSmurf
04-22-2003, 05:51 AM
i agree with Bradley. its kind of hard to tell where it would be good in a diet. PWO - but it has quite a bit of fat, as a MRP - but it has a lot of sugar. personally i think there are better things then that drink that you could probably find IMO.

Ironman8
04-22-2003, 10:48 AM
Maybe it would be a good breakfast replacement when you're on the go.

Ruthless
04-22-2003, 04:11 PM
hey the breakfast replacement is not a bad idea. they also have a light version of this drink with:
fat 3.4
-saturated fat 1.4 g
carbohydrate 41 g

Ironman8
04-22-2003, 04:40 PM
Is that 41g of carbs all sugar?

Ruthless
04-23-2003, 02:58 AM
yes, 41 g of sugar

bradley
04-23-2003, 03:35 AM
Well if I was going to go out and buy an MRP I would find something that contained less sugar. There are many products that get their carbs from low GI sources which would be better IMO.

Ironman8
04-23-2003, 10:49 AM
Well, with all that sugar, maybe it would make a good post-workout drink, and it's pretty low in fat.

bradley
04-23-2003, 01:52 PM
Originally posted by Ironman8
Well, with all that sugar, maybe it would make a good post-workout drink, and it's pretty low in fat.

Although it probably would not matter that much but I was wondering what type of protein the drink contained? Just got to thinking since Ironman8 brought up postworkout. What I mean is it whey, caisen, soy, etc?