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About ANACONDA and MAG-10

So, when you go to the ANACONDA Protocol page, http://www.T-Nation.com/free_online_program/sports_body_training_muscle_anaconda/anaconda_protocol#4-8211-anaconda-protocol/protocol-2 , it says that in 2 scoops of ANACONDA, there are 60g of protein meaning that there are 30g of protein per scoop, and that there are 19g of protein in one scoop of MAG-10. But then, if you go to the supplement page, https://www.T-Nation.com/free_online_store , and check the labels for each product, it says there are only 10g of protein per scoop in each product. So, my question is, which one of the two is the actual content of the products?

I believe there is the 10g of protein, and there is ~21 grams from the MAG-10 Anabolic pulse (casein hydroslate) which is added as well?

[quote]myself1992 wrote:
So, when you go to the ANACONDA Protocol page, http://www.T-Nation.com/free_online_program/sports_body_training_muscle_anaconda/anaconda_protocol#4-8211-anaconda-protocol/protocol-2 , it says that in 2 scoops of ANACONDA, there are 60g of protein meaning that there are 30g of protein per scoop, and that there are 19g of protein in one scoop of MAG-10. But then, if you go to the supplement page, https://www.T-Nation.com/free_online_store , and check the labels for each product, it says there are only 10g of protein per scoop in each product. So, my question is, which one of the two is the actual content of the products?[/quote]

There are 60 grams of amino acids + protein per 2 scoops of Anaconda, with 20 grams of this being intact proteins.

For MAG-10, there are 19 grams of amino acids + protein, with 10 grams of intact protein per scoop.

Even though they contribute to the nitrogen content, the FDA does not allow amino acids to be included in the protein contents in the Supplemental Facts.

Thanks for the answer