[quote]Professor X wrote:
Professor X wrote:
Why is anyone recommending that a guy who doesn’t even know if he should drink a protein shake everyday should buy any supplements at all before they learn how to eat?
In fact, anyone who would do that makes me question their own progress.
Very good point, but will having a protein shake really destroy him? Yes, he should learn to make better choices, but a protein shake isn’t going to set him back, unless he thinks he can totally rely on them, which would be a bad thing.
It very well could destroy his future progress by making him one of the many who rely on supplements more than they rely on food intake.
We see these types of newbies daily. They aren’t making much progress but are spending upwards of 200 bucks a month on supplements that are clearly not doing much.
His FOOD INTAKE should be his greatest concern, not a protein shake. Someone his size doesn’t even need one. If someone that size can’t get enough protein from food, they have a serious problem.[/quote]
Your point is noted X, but I see many people who’s regular diet is so crappy that if at a minimum they got one quality protein shake in a day it would be quite an improvement.