I'm not sure when I started doing this, but I've definitely noticed that it's easy to get slightly screwed going by the suggested serving of "one scoop" with different supplements/proteins
For Example, right now, I've rotated proteins to IDS Multi-Whey (as an aside, it comes in a kick-ass paint-bucket style container that's great to put bags of True Protein into). The serving size is 34 grams, but 1 scoop is about 25 grams.
Same with Surge. Serving size for the Raspberry is two scoops (98 grams), but when I weigh out two scoops, it's around 112 grams (not heaping scoops, but leveled off).
TP scoops are kind off by a few grams as well.
When something says 1 tbsp/1 tsp (peanut butter, metamucil, creatine, fish oil, etc), it's always off by a few grams too.
In fact, the only scoop that I've found that's proven to be accurate without weighing is the Myogenix Pro-Fiber/Enzyme scoop.
I know a few grams here and there doesn't seem like a lot, but over time, this can be a negative impact on your wallet (using too much per serving) or your physique (too little nutrients per serving when you are trying to be exact with your diet).
Anyone else notice this? Am I being too anal with my powders?