View Full Version : 25 cubic centimetres of whey, how much does it weigh?
02-14-2007, 11:01 AM
The ever so vague description of a serving of whey on the side of the tub is quite confusing. It says "two scoops (approx 25g)", I'd always read that to mean that each scoop was 12.5g, but the scoop says 25cc (cubic entimetres) on it, and I really can't tell whether it's 12.5g or 25g. I would weigh it, but I don't have accurate scales. It's quite important for calorie calculations when you are having three shakes a day.
02-14-2007, 11:09 AM
You can pack whey so you will never get a good answer to that. Get a scale, it's worth the money.
02-14-2007, 11:11 AM
If one serving= 2 scoops
One serving= 25g
One scoop = 12.5g
Look on the nutritional lable on the back for the exact serving size.
02-14-2007, 11:17 AM
Or check the grams of protein per serving. If one serving is two scoops and has around 23 grams of protein, then each scoopful is probably 12.5 grams of powder.
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