you are thinking about giving your 15 month old child supplements?
if he isn’t eating go to a doctor, they’ll know what to do
and maybe you should seek one too for even considering such a idiocy[/quote]
Whey protein is food. So is creatine (even though he was kidding). Probably better for the kid than nasty baby formula.
well that baby formulas pretty much are designed for babies. Unless you aren’t talking about some cheap ass crap baby food I’m pretty sure those are better suited for a baby than a whey supplement[/quote]
Designed for babies? really? How bout designed to make money. Better go scope some ingredients in baby formula their champ. How bout a shit ton of soy protein, free-glutimates, and until very recently lots of sweet as trans fats. check out the health profiles of populations recently introduced to formula [ie. africa] before you spit that obvious science. High quality protein vs. consistently low-quality formula.
Please tell me how baby formula is any more a “food” and not a “supplement” than protein powder.
Also the kid is not a baby, dude is 15 MONTHS OLD.
I vote Metabolic Drive cookies will go down like a shot. Formula has done a great job of making a generation of label-believing soy boys, take a swing in the other direction.
I couldn’t agree any more…kids are being fed total garbage these days, and I highly doubt many doctors out there have been, or care to, follow up on research in nutrition trends and their effects on kids, besides the obvious stuff of course. Yes, it could just be an issue of the kid having trouble because of the teething, but I don’t see how whey protein could be even imaginably bad for him.
I had a hard time watching my nephew, who’s about the same age, down bottle after bottle of that soy-loaded crap…but he is still a cool dude