Biggest Loser protein powder is like Barbie vitamins. They put the name and photo on the product to get you to buy it, but what's inside the package is no different from any other vitamin (or protein powder.) If you need a protein supplement and the Biggest Loser brand intrigues you, read the label really carefully and you can probably find out who makes it. In fact, there's a really high chance that you can find the EXACT same product without the BL name on it, right next to it in the same store at half the price.
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116 4/27/09 10:36 P
I eat a scoop of protein powder with my cheerios in the morning.
I use whey protein powder occasionally after a workout. I make berry smoothies with it. I love EAS Vanilla Whey protein. Personally, I've tried the protein powder endorsed by The Biggest Loser and found it repulsing.
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60 4/27/09 5:10 P
What is this about? Does it help? I saw in the last episode I watched that Bob said you can put it in water, juice or yogurt?
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