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Posted by SuperDave
on July 27, 2000 at 08:51:15:
In Reply to: Hey Steve & Super posted by Connie on July 26, 2000 at 11:16:15:
Yes, I agree about the study issue. Just because a study may indicate a particular result does not mean it is absolutely true. One must take information from any study with a grain of salt. Whenever I see or hear some new information, I usually test it out on myself to see what results it gives me for a few months and then decide if it is worth it. Immediately after a hard workout I began making and drinking what I call a "recovery milkshake". This consists of about 10 oz of skim milk, a tablespoon of peanut butter, a medium sized banana, and suger free (I figure the milk and the banana give me plenty of sugar) carnation instant breakfast. I have noticed wonderful results in the 3 months I have been doing this, even better than the results I got from traditional protein/carb supplementation products. I do admit that my experiment is far from scientific. There are more differences in my "milkshake" and products on the market than just fat content, and my body simply may have been ready to grow anyway after a few months of not growing. I would be very interested to hear anyone elses experiences along the same line, and I guess I should admit that I have really enjoyed the debating too.
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