Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Richmond, VA... gross.
yeah, but 90% of people who buy supplements believe what they read on the labels, or what other people tell them. I work at a GNC, so believe me when I say that most people who come in to buy protein- even those who are "pro body builders" or athletes that play pro or semi pro sports have only a vague idea about how these products work. they go for what they know and for what they feel works, even if all they are really getting is a placebo effect.
MM doesnt have a massive amount of fat per serving, but it does have 2.5g of fat and i think 1.5g are sat. fats. its not gonna have an effect on your physical appearance, but if you dont pay close attention to your diet it could effect your cardio health. It also has a lot of cholesterol.
but my point is, NEVER go by what is popular. Don't believe stuff you googled on the internet. if you are getting info from a website that has ads on it, then the information is biased and not a very reliable source.
some websites that have advertising might cite info gained from a reliable source, but information can be manipulated in various ways. if you want to know how something works or how well it works then you gotta go with professional journals (many of which require a subscription).