You're not asking the right question. The answer is completely dependent on how much protein you are getting from those 5 other sources and how much you need each day. If you are getting enough from the other sources, then you don't need M-Drive. If you aren't, you should be taking in as much as you need to make up the difference. That could mean 1/day, 2/day, 3/day, etc. Make sense?
Thanks for all the help. I think I'll leave the milk out and try and add more fats. Just harder that way being they're at the end of the day when I hate eating. But I also know I can probably mix them in with my other meals too. so maybe I'll just do that.
If money were no problem I would be having three servings of Metabolic Drive along with other protein sources. (Can't get enough of the banana and vanilla) Thats only 60 grams of protein. Thats maybe 1/3 of most body builders protein requirements.
Most people when talking about a "serving" of Metabolic Drive are talking about a two-scoop shake. That is fairly standard. So I was assuming you were getting 6 scoops (or 120g) a day. 3 scoops a day, spread out, is perfectly fine and a damn good idea even with food. Keep doing what your doing, but still look at getting some extra healthy fat in there.
well can it be clarified if you are taking Metabolic Drive low carb, or Metabolic Drive Complete? because at least on my Metabolic Drive Complete bottles, it says 3 scoops for 1 serving, at 16 servings a bottle. Then for the low carb it says 1 scoop for 27 servings/bottle.
Also, 1 scoop in Metabolic Drive Complete would be 27.66 grams, as opposed to 1 scoop of Metabolic Drive low carb which is 29grams.
Anyone mind explaining how 1 scoop is 20 grams of either, which one this lady is talking about, and why when most people talk about a "serving" they are talking about a two scoop shake? Also, according to the grams/scoop on both, it'd be well over 120g a day.