Gaspari Myofusion Elite Protein 4 lbs.

Gaspari Myofusion Elite Protein 4 lbs.
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Gaspari Myofusion Elite Protein 4 lbs.
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Time to check out the product page and let’s learn all about gaspari nutrition and “excellent” reviews (8.4 out of 10.0) over at bodybuilding.com

On a personal note, a few years ago I used Gaspari Nutrition products exclusively when I was training 5-6 days a week. Very quality product (but was very pricey) and I had zero complaints with the company. This is a great price.

How come the chocolate has 49 servings and the vanilla has 52 servings but they are the same size container?

Additional reviews at GNC and VitaminShoppe (smaller container)

I’ve always been a fan of chocolate, but according to bodybuilding.com vanilla got 9.1 out of 10 for taste.

I’m no doctor nor do I pretend to be one, but when I was doing research on what types of protein powders to buy I came across some interesting info on Acesulfame Potassium or Ace K. one of the ingredients listed in this product.

If you are trying to stay away from artificial sweeteners, you might want to check out the link.

http://www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/nutrition/healthy-eating/top-number-most-dangerous-artificial-sweeteners.html

I agree. But it looks like the cookie dough does not contain these, and still has low sugar. Why even use the artificial ones when they have a bad after taste?

Just a follow-up…if you go to the Gaspari Website…

http://www.gasparinutrition.com/products/myofusion-elite/

…and click on the “supplement facts” button under the pic of the smiling guy in the upper right corner, the ingredient list seems to show Acesulfame Potassium and Sucrose listed there…

The Peanut Butter Cookie Dough is the best flavor and the price is great… I’m finding it for over $40.00 everywhere else w/o shipping added.

There’s partially hydrogenated soybean oil in this “health” drink.

Gaspari has established a pattern of making a good product, then discontinuing it and making worse substitutes while keeping the price the same. They used to sell IntraPro, a whey isolate which had very few funny ingredients (maybe the artificial sweetener) and in chocolate, would have still tasted good even if it were bad for you. Eventually they discontinued it.

MyoFusion has gone the same route. First they had original MyoFusion, which was decent (but not as great as IntraPro). Then they gradually discontinued original MyoFusion and made MyoFusion Probiotic, which was too thick to drink, and the probiotics were dead by the time you opened the jug anyway. Now they make protein powder with partially hydrogenated soybean oil.

In 10 years:

Gaspari SOOPER XXX MuscleFission PRO DELUXXX

now with special Pb2+ and Hg2+ ionic complexes for that 2+ to your workout!

Worse than that (higher in the ingredient list), is the partially hydrogenated soybean oil (trans fat). It’s labeled as 0g per serving but it doesn’t take an entire gram per serving to add up quickly if you’re drinking these multiple times per day.

Here is the review that alerted me to look for it http://www.amazon.com/review/R17A7N73B7J18E/ref=cm_cr_pr_viewpnt#R17A7N73B7J18E

Here is a relevant post from a forum with some quality health-related links about trans fatty acids: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=151672003&p=1021605753&viewfull=1#post1021605753

I about to have gastric sleeve surgery and they recommend drinking protein drinks. Would anyone recommend this one?

Does anyone know the shelf life on these?

Good question, I’m waiting to hear back from our buyers on this. I’ll update you when I have an answer.