Question - For My Experts!!!!!
- 07-24-2006, 11:05 AM
Question - For My Experts!!!!!
I have a question for you!!!!! What are BBers looking for in a Meal Replacement Shake? ie - Muscle Milk, as an example.
I am curious as to what qualities that you feel are the most important?
If you don't mind taking a moment to let me know, I would appreciate it.
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- 07-24-2006, 11:10 AM
Low fat, good taste without the follow up after taste. solid amount of vitamins and no filler ingrediants.
- 07-24-2006, 11:56 AM
Muscle Milk is absolutely horrible.
Design one like Instone Intake Performance, or Prolab's Lean Mass Matrix.
You'll surely have a winner.
07-24-2006, 01:11 PM
40 /60 ratio of protein to carbs, low sugar, low fat, needs to taste good and be inexpensive.
07-24-2006, 01:18 PM
I would have to say, for me, it would need:
Quality Protein Source: (WPI, Micellar Casein, WPC, etc.) Just a good mix of both fast and slow absorbing protein
Good Taste:There's really no need to go exotic with these, just about any flavor ATW has come up with would suffice
Good Carbs: No Malto or Dextrose. Carbs coming from oat or brown rice sources. Also a healthy serving of fiber.
Good Fats: Just a good amount of flax or omega-3s. Only a couple grams for those watching fat intake.
Also, it would need to have a Macro breakdown of 40/40/20 P/C/F
Just me and my 0.02.
07-24-2006, 02:44 PM
Originally Posted by andhen2003
I agree with UHCougar05 as well. You don't want empty cals like sugar.
07-24-2006, 11:07 PM
Built-in oats and flax? I'd buy that in a heartbeat. Just about the only two things I consistently add to my whey now.Originally Posted by UHCougar05
07-25-2006, 12:09 AM
A replica of Prolabs Lean Mass Matrix cinnamon oatmeal at a better price, with no iron and you will rule the earth
07-25-2006, 01:42 AM
He doesn't lift enough to strain...Originally Posted by andhen2003
(I kid because I know him)
I think a decent MRP shake has to have carbohydrates which are low in GI, not proccessed, and aren't constituted fully by various types of gums (xantham, guar, etc.,) Couple that with a high quality protein and you'd make alot of people happy.
(Not me, I don't like shakes)
07-25-2006, 02:59 AM
I like the idea of basing it on a 40-40-20 split
- quality range of proteins (starting with isolates and ending with caesen)
- quality carbs (oatmeal, supercarb-esque)
- fiber (insoluble and soluble)
- quality fat (flax-also adds fiber, enova)
- digestive enzymes
- a nice BCAA mix would be good
Now I say the above, basically a cheaper version of ergopharm - mass meal
07-25-2006, 03:35 AM
Add some anti oxidents and you'll have a winner above the rest, i know i'd stock up!Originally Posted by DaveB
07-25-2006, 04:01 AM
I seperate my protein by absorbtion rates. I like to use a fast absorbing standard 50+gram (high in BCAAs) pure whey protein like Isopure during the day to get quick results, however before bed, absorption rates are less relevant, so I like to use a whey/egg albumen mix like Optimum Pro Complex due to the fact that it covers a more broad spectrum of amino's. Also I really like flavors that give you the option of mixing with either water or milk.
All in all though, these are the standards that I use.
(1) High amounts of protein (50+)
(2) High quality extraction/isolation methods.
(3) No Aspartame. (Sucralose is fine)
07-25-2006, 10:35 AM
If a greens+ type product could be squeezed in as well
07-25-2006, 12:46 PM
low fat, 30+g of low GI carbs and 20+g of protein would be a good start.
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