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Old 11-20-2012, 02:19 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by MC View Post
I don't like throwing in the use of protein powders or shakes in the reported results. It makes it seems as if protein shakes/powders are related to steroid use when, IMHO, they are more related to wanting to be "fit" in some shape or form.
I agree. There is nothing wrong with the protein powders or shakes. If they are taken correctly then that should not have been a factor in this study.
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