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MRP Plus Supps In One

I am going to post the ingrediants of a supplement that I am considering w/o posting the manufacturer to get unbiased opinions on its formula. I am looking to gain quality size. My diet follows John Beradi’s ME and I am doing west side for skinny bastards. I may pick up the 7lb container for 60 bucks. Or should I stick with Metabolic Drive Complete?

The formula is as follows:

No Artificial Preservatives, Ethoxyquin, Colorings, Flavorings, Extenders, Fillers, By-Products, 4-D, Condemned, Rejected, Denatured or Feed-Grade Nutrients.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein Minimum 33%
Crude Fat Minimum 29%
Crude Fiber Maximum 7%
Moisture Maximum 7%

Serving Size:
4 Tablespoons or 1 level 60 cc scoop (26 grams) per 25 lbs of weight.

Servings Per Container:
1? lb Container 25 Servings
4 lb Container 70 Servings
7 lb Container 122 Servings
15 lb Container 265 Servings
30 lb Container 522 Servings

Amount Per Serving:
Calories 124
Calories from fat 67
Protein 8.9 grams
Carbohydrate 6 grams
Fiber 1.7 grams
Sugars 0.1 grams
Fat 7.5 grams
Saturated Fat 1.2 grams
Cholesterol 5 milligrams

Research Proven Nutraceuticals:
Glucosamine HCL & Chondroitin Sulfate, Muscle Repair & Growth Factors “Missing” Digestive Nutrients, Lactic Acid Buffers, “Wild” Meat Factors, 6 Way Protein System, Expanded Trace Minerals, Anti-Stress Nutrients.

A (IU) 860, D (IU) 91, E (IU) 6, C 10,000mcg, Thiamin 227mcg, Riboflavin 570mcg, Pantothenic Acid 2,270mcg, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride 250mcg, Niacin 2,552mcg, Folic Acid 46mcg, Biotin 2mcg, B12 6mcg.

Calcium 31mg, Phosphorous 96mg, Potassium 272mg, Sodium 96mg, Magnesium 93mg, Iron 7.4mg, Copper 0.7mg, Zinc 8.2mg, Iodine 0.14mg.

Cooked chicken powder, flax seed powder, pork stock, maltodextrin, canola oil, silica powder, glycerine powder, potassium citrate, creatine monohydrate, salt, magnesium oxide, calcium lactate, ferrous fumarate, dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate, ascorbic acid, Ester C?. zinc oxide, copper gluconate, d-calcium pantothenate, niacin, vitamin A palmitate, L-leucine, medium chain triglycerides, L-arginine aspartate, phos-phatidylserine,stabilized dry fish oil concentrate, taurine, L-histidine, pyridoxine alpha ketoglutarate, L-arginine, ornithine alpha ketoglutarate, milk protein isolate, L-gluta-mine, lactobacillus acidophilus, kelp, papain, bromelain, D-glucosamine hydrochloride, chondroitin sulfate, fungal cellulase, fungal protease, lactobacillus carodophilus, L-carnitine, stabilized rice bran, cellulose powder, lactobacillus bifidus, alpha amylase, fungal lipase, sprouted barley juice powder, crociferex vegetable complex, fruc-tooligosaccharide, carnosine, vanadyl sulfate, D-ribose, psyllium husk, potassium bicarbonate, potassium succinate, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, riboflavin, egg white solids, whole egg solids, pyridoxine hydrochloride, thiamin hydrochloride, vita-min D3, corn syrup solids, potassium iodide, folic acid, sodium caseinate, mono and diglycerides, cyanocobalamin, and biotin.

*We’re sorry we cannot give the exact amounts of each ingredient as this is proprietary information.

Recommended Use:
With Meals: Take recommended dosage at meal mixed with water. Can be taken dry, or mixed with 1-2 cups of sports drink to make a delicious supercharged meal.
After Workouts (optimal): To get maximum effect feed a *********** Shake (**** + ? to 2 cups water) no later than 30 minutes following a workout. Feeding a ********** shake during this “window of opportunity” period restores 40% more energy and will greatly increase recovery and tissue repair. This feeding will enhance recovery and recuperation to a major degree, leaving the body fresher for the next workout. Take *********** at dosage recommended with ? to 2 cups of water no later than 30 minutes after the workout.

Is this animal feed or dog food? That’s what the ingredients look like along with the specifications of max/min for crude protein/fat/moisture

Thats exactly what I was thinking when I read the post… its animal food! Lets play a game now and try to guess the brand!

Wait… I just found it! Whoo hoo for me!


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