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Muscle Milk 100 Calorie Protein Powder Chocolate -- 1.65 lbs


Muscle Milk 100 Calorie Protein Powder Chocolate

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Muscle Milk 100 Calorie Protein Powder Chocolate -- 1.65 lbs

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Muscle Milk 100 Calorie Protein Powder Chocolate Description

  • Low-Fat Protein Powder
  • Satisfies & Sustains
  • 100 Calories Per Serving
  • Soy & Gluten Free
  • 0G Total Sugars Per Serving
  • NSF Safe For Sport

Muscle Milk® 100 Calorie Protein Powder is a low-fat protein with 0g Total Sugars. Each serving is 100 calories with 15 grams of high-quality protein. Use Muscle Milk® 100 Calorie Protein Powder to help aid in workout recovery or satisfy your hunger.


Directions

Mix 2 scoops (30 g) into 8 fl-oz water. Directions & Use: Muscle Milk 100 Calorie Protein Powder can be used either before or after workout, for a snack, or prior to bedtime. Mix 2 scoops (30 g) Muscle Milk 100 Calorie Protein Powder into 8 fluid-ounces water for a great tasting shake. You can also add Muscle Milk 100 calorie protein powder to pancakes, smoothies or other recipes to increase the protein content.
Free Of
Soy and gluten.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 2 Scoops (30 g)
Servings per Container: About 25
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories100
Total Fat2 g3%
   Saturated Fat0.5 g3%
   Trans Fat0 g
   Polyunsaturated Fat0 g
   Monounsaturated Fat1 g
Cholesterol Less than5 mg1%
Sodium110 mg3%
Total Carbohydrate9 g3%
   Dietary Fiber0 g0%
   Total Sugars0 g
     Includes 0g Added Sugars0%
Protein15 g30%
Vitamin D4 mcg20%
Calcium260 mg20%
Iron0.4 mg2%
Potassium280 mg6%
Vitamin A180 mcg20%
Vitamin C18 mg20%
Phosphorus250 mg20%
Magnesium840 mg20%
Other Ingredients: Milk derived protein blend (calcium sodium caseinate, whey protein isolate, milk protein isolate), soluble vegetable fiber, alkalized cocoa powder, non dairy creamer (sunflower oil, maltodextrin, sodium caseinate [a milk derivative], mono- and diglycerides, tocopherols), natural and artificial flavors, magnesium phosphate, canola oil, calcium phosphate, gum blend (cellulose gum, xanthan gum, carrageenan), potassium chloride, less than 1% of: acesulfame potassium, medium chain triglycerides, maltodextrin, ascorbic acid, sucralose, stevia extract, cholecalciferol, vitamin A palmitate.
Warnings

Notice: Use this product as a food supplement only. Do not use for weight reduction.

The product you receive may contain additional details or differ from what is shown on this page, or the product may have additional information revealed by partially peeling back the label. We recommend you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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Should You Wear Workout Gloves? Pros & Cons to Consider

If you’ve seen people wearing gloves – and others who don’t! – at the gym, you may have wondered: should I get a pair? Wearing gloves while lifting weights is really a personal choice and will depend on what you’re comfortable with and whether you think they’ll help or hinder your workout. Take a look at these pros and cons before picking up a pair. We’re here to give you a hand!

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Why Wear Weight Lifting Gloves?

The Pros:

1. Gloves protect hands from calluses and blisters When lifting weights, you can develop calluses, or small rough spots on your hands, from the friction of the weights repeatedly rubbing against your skin. Calluses aren’t unsafe, but they can be unsightly, rip open, crack or become painful if you continue exercising without protecting your hands. If your hands are hurting, this could also delay progress in your fitness program. Wearing gloves helps keep your hands protected so you can stay focused on your workout. 2. Gloves provide grip – no need for messy chalk! Sweaty hands can make it tough to keep a good grip on a dumbbell or barbell, and that can be dangerous. Wearing workout gloves helps keep your grip strong so you don’t accidently drop weights or workout bars. Some gym goers like using chalk to help lessen sweat and help with grip. However, chalk can be messy and tough to clean, and when chalk dust gets in the air – it’s tough to breathe. For a good grip, and less mess, try wearing gloves. 3. Gloves provide stability and wrist support Workout gloves can create a strong base of support around your wrists. Ultimately, this helps with your lifting movements. A good workout glove adds a thin stable platform around your hands (think of it like an extra ligament and tendon) which helps to increase grip stability and the ability to hold onto weights longer. This can lead to an enhanced grip strength and increased strength movements. 4. Gloves relieve pressure When lifting heavy weights, gloves can help relieve the pressure that is placed on your hands. Wearing workout gloves will help increase the amount of pressure your hands can handle. This means you will be able to lift a heavier weight than you might with just bare hands.

The cons:

1. Gloves can be stinky and bacteria can grow No one wants to be noticed in gym because they stink! Workout gloves can develop odors because of bacteria growth resulting from sweaty hands. Besides creating a stink, the bacteria can cause skin irritations and rashes. Unfortunately, washing gloves doesn’t seem to help much (it’s hard to clean inner creases and crevices). Plus, washing often tends to break down the fabric. If you go with gloves, you might find yourself buying replacements often. 2. Gloves can aggravate skin issues If you suffer with skin issues, wearing workout gloves isn’t the best idea. Eczema is a common skin issue that’s aggravated by sweating. With no room to breathe, your hands may be affected by sweat-moisture trapped between the fingers and palms of the gloves – and eczema can worsen. 3. Gloves can be habit forming Once you start wearing gloves, you could become dependent on them. If you always feel that you need gloves to work out, you may never increase your grip strength naturally. Mentally you may also feel you can only do certain exercises with your gloves, when in reality you can get through your workout on your own. 4. Gloves can be inconvenient Workout gloves should be tight to your skin (like a second skin). When you wear them at the gym, you’ll need to take them off and put them back on a lot. This can be a pain because they’re tight (and remember, your hands will be sweaty and a little puffy from increased blood flow). This process can break up your routine and rest periods. Depending on how often you do this, you may want to consider if it’s really worth it to wear them. 5. Gloves are not long-lasting If you decide workout gloves are for you, be prepared to buy a lot of them. With all the finger holes, stitching, Velcro, zippers, and sweating, workout gloves are pretty fragile. And with constant use, they tend to not last very long.

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