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    Default Beef protein VS Whey protein??

    which one do you think is better?

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    for what application?
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    Beef, but its not too easy to mix it up in a shaker cup!
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    i heard somewhere that the protein in red meat is poorly absorbed?

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    for working out purposes.

    bought the Carnivor by muscle meds yesterday at GNC and wondered if it's better than whey.. tried doing research through the web on my own but didn't find much info on the topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WisconsinBB View Post
    Beef, but its not too easy to mix it up in a shaker cup!
    not if ya get dem dere flex wheeler beef aminos. lulz

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    here is the write up they have on it...

    BEEF-UP WITH CARNIVOR ³THE WORLDıS FIRST BEEF PROTEIN ISOLATE² It has long been known that bodybuilders and strength athletes consume high amounts of beef to help build muscle and increase strength. The muscle building power of beef cannot be disputed. Ask any bodybuilder and they will tell you that they make their biggest muscle gains and feel their strongest when they eat beef. Now, thanks to the development of an advanced bioengineered beef protein, MuscleMeds has formulated the most sought after muscle building protein ever created. CARNIVOR is unlike any other protein in existence.
    The Worldıs First All Beef Protein Isolate is More Concentrated Than Whey:
    Using new advanced extraction, clarification, hydrolysis and isolation technologies CARNIVORıs Beef Protein Isolate delivers the muscle building power of beef with higher amino acid levels than all other protein sources used in supplements including: whey, soy, milk and egg. Carnivor Beef Protein Isolate is even 350% more concentrated in anabolic muscle building aminos than a prime sirloin steak!
    Anabolic Nitrogen Retention Technology? (ANRT) Recycles Aminos and Minimizes
    Ammonia:
    ANRT is a major muscle building breakthrough in protein supplementation.
    While protein is critical for muscle growth, paradoxically, protein can sometimes actually decrease performance and muscle growth if nitrogenous waste products like ammonia are not recycled back into anabolic tissue building pathways or otherwise neutralized. ANRT is specially designed to allow the recycling of aminos back toward the muscle building pathway and prevent the build-up of debilitating toxic scavengers such as ammonia. ANRT nitrogen retention factors contained in Carnivor include: GKG
    (Glutamine-alpha-
    ketoglutarate), OKG (Ornithine-alpha-ketoglutarate), AKG
    (alpha-ketoglutarate) and KIC (alpha-ketoisocaproate).
    20 Times the Creatine Content of Steak:
    One of the attributes of eating beef is its naturally high creatine content.
    Beef is one of the best natural sources of creatine. To push the anabolic activation and cell volumizing effects of creatine even greater, each serving of Carnivor supplies 20 times more creatine than whole beef food sources to saturate your muscles for explosive strength and growth.
    Added BCAA for Increased Anabolic and Anti-Catabolic Effects:
    To further boost the anabolic muscle building action of Carnivor, additional Branch Chain Amino Acids are added to the purified Beef Protein Isolate. The enhanced BCAA levels promote a positive nitrogen balance, increase protein synthesis, decrease catabolism, improve workout performance and reduce muscle fatigue.
    Through history, the ravenous appetite that ³men of muscle² have for top quality beef has become as legendary as their super-human feats. Ancient warriors, Greek Olympic athletes, strongmen like Sandow and even Roman gladiators craved and consumed pounds of beef per day to build muscle to boost their combat prowess. Now, in modern times this muscle building nutrition tradition carries on in the bodybuilding world with CARNIVOR!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WisconsinBB View Post
    Beef, but its not too easy to mix it up in a shaker cup!
    the carnivor is really i mean really... easy to mix up. i would say that its just as easy as mixing isopure

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigAy14 View Post
    the carnivor is really i mean really... easy to mix up. i would say that its just as easy as mixing isopure

    I'm confused as to how the fuck they turned beef protein into a powder. If you don't mind me asking, how much did this stuff cost you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WisconsinBB View Post
    I'm confused as to how the fuck they turned beef protein into a powder. If you don't mind me asking, how much did this stuff cost you?
    cost me $42.99
    it tastes awesome to.. blue raspberry beef protein Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigAy14 View Post
    cost me $42.99
    it tastes awesome to.. blue raspberry beef protein Lol

    Pleeeeeeeeeeease tell me $42.99 wasn't the price of a 2lb bucket?
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    Beef Protein ISO by TP.com

    http://www.trueprotein.com/Product_D...id=22&pid=6888


    03.18.2009

    True Protein Newsletter


    Brace yourself for a new revolution that is about to take hold of the protein powder market: Beef Protein Isolate!! This groundbreaking new product has been in development for nearly a year as we perfected the manufacturing process and thoroughly tested the material, but it is finally ready to hit the shelves and deliver the absolute best protein and amino content per serving for the price!! We want to reiterate that there is absolutely nothing else like it on the market. It is easy to mix, great tasting, completely milk and dairy-free, and 96% protein, but that's not all... We are able to offer this unbelieveable pricing that easily competes with any Whey Protein Isolate currently on the market!

    Beef Protein Isolate
    As Low As: $10.44/lb!!

    Be sure to check out the macronutrient content and amino acid profile in the link above, you will be amazed!! True Protein has stocked a limited quantity of this material for the initial run, so be sure to place your orders quickly during this limited time offer. After the launch, we will be stocking the product in massive volumes, so expect this to take charge of the market and drastically change how people take their protein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WisconsinBB View Post
    Pleeeeeeeeeeease tell me $42.99 wasn't the price of a 2lb bucket?
    well he DID say he got it from gnc... so a very likely price to pay there. i personally hate how carnivore isn't mentioned anywhere on the musclemeds website AND my supp shops dont have it yet.


    EDIT nevermind ofcourse two days later. it's up there

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    I read about that in the magazines and was wondering if it was any good also. It seems to be pretty good so far. Blue raspberry beef sounds awful haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronk View Post
    I read about that in the magazines and was wondering if it was any good also. It seems to be pretty good so far. Blue raspberry beef sounds awful haha.

    There is Beef Protein ISO and Lean Beef Aminos

    so which one?

    I think the OP is mixed up as well

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    100 gramms contains 5.2 grams of leucine??thats pretty poor if correct..most protiens..egg..soya...milk..hemp..beat this...

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    Talking about the one form Musclemeds.

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