I’m currently on the MAG-10 pulse fast. Can anybody please enlighten me as to the actual total weight of MAG-10 I need to mix in to each bottle?
I’m currently on the MAG-10 pulse fast. Can anybody please enlighten me as to the actual total weight of MAG-10 I need to mix in to each bottle?[/quote]
However, instead of going by scoops, for the new MAG-10 product simply go by servings(2-scoops = 1-serving of new MAG-10.
Here is the link to find the label for the new MAG-10 which will tell you everything you need to know about how much each serving weighs if you’re weighing everything out…
A lot of local shops and webshop (in Belgium and Holland) are still selling us (next to whey (post-workout) and micellar casein (before sleep)) combined ‘time-release’ formulas with whey protein concentraat and whey protein isolaat, micellar caseïne, calcium caseinaat, gehydroliseerd whey protein. Different types of protein that are digested at different rates to give this time-release effect.
This seems to me in contrast to the Mag-10 pulses, gives spikes in protein delivery.
(I use Mag-10 myself)
Is there any point in using the combination protein powders?
Why do they still advertise them?
Has science proven one way (pulses) or the other (slow time-release), or do both work well?
I wanted to check in to see how the Pulse Fast is going for you? I am starting the Pulse Feast tomorrow. Currently 264, want to drop down to 220. Was 252 in April 2016, but cut out excessive cardio and focused on weights, protein/nutrition. Now 264.
Any pointers? Insight?
Because if you’re wanting a protein shake as a mid day meal you want it to stay in you for a bit. Mag-10 is great, but it’s a different approach for different goals.
AS a MRP your protein is best coming from blended whey/casein versus just casein or just whey. IMO