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    Calorie Drinks

    Whats that boost or Boast crap, it says its some kind of nutritional drink, but I looked on the back and it's jammed with calories, like 300 or something, which sure would help me with bulkking, anyone know anything about these drinks or use em?

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    metal not good

    mix your own drinks

    quality powders will get you alot further

    at large makes a good MRP

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    boost, slimfast, and the like are full of sugar. Maybe they'd be good pre-workout, but I wouldn't drink them on a regular basis
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    i jumped the gun and baught some already, I think it was a bad move, not only do you guys make good points, its about 22$ CDN for 12 cans, not to wallet friendly. Here's the Nutritional facts

    (Calorie Plus Boost)
    Energy - 360
    Protein - 15g
    Fat - 14g (Holy sh*t)
    Cholesterol - 7mg


    AH well, a can every other day will help a bit with the bulking, after that I guess I would not recommend these, and I've never tasted a$$ before, but if i did, I'm sure it would taste like these drinks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bentkarnes
    I've never tasted a$$ before, but if i did, I'm sure it would taste like these drinks
    ROFL.
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    Yeah, that's a good one bentkarnes, I just might add that to my sig line.

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    I think they are also supposed to have higher calories since they are considered MRS.

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    all you need to class as MRP is vitamins and minerals

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    Vitamins and minerals dont amount to a hill of beans if there are no calories. You can't sustain yourself on vitamins and minerals. You need calories, God damn it.

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    yeah there should probably be a caloric minnimum, but there isn't

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    If it's cals you're going for - Drink Sunny Delight in a can....roughly 200 cals per can and alot cheaper. I used to drink those when I wasn't meeting my cals for the day.

    Alot of sugar yes.
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    What are you talking about? I've never heard of a meal replacement product that had no calories. Vitamins and minerals are crap! I demand satisfaction!

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