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I believe this is true for everything that is non-vegan. I buy a raw vegan protien powder that has absolutely no crap in it so I know what im putting into my body. Even though I use one of the most "pure" protein powders, I understand it is completely unnecessary and i only use it on hard work out days.

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I used hemp protein. Whey made me terribly sick. I won't go into detail..

 

Anyways I started using hemp before even going vegan because I heard good things about it from Bif, who is a raw food vegan herself. She also told me about Vega haha

 

Anyways, hemp is great. After a tough workout.. I just have some and I feel energetic and revitalized. Plus it doesn't hurt my tummy.

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Some of it is true, some of it is way exaggerated and some is just plain false or never proven.

 

The best part of the article:

 

The guys today are competing at 250, 260... Even 297 POUNDS! But, if you actually look closely at the muscle bellies... Does any guy have a larger bicep or chest than Arnold? Does anyone have bigger legs than Tom Platz? The biggest GROWTH I see, occurred right in the midsection...
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Some of it is true, some of it is way exaggerated and some is just plain false or never proven.

 

The best part of the article:

 

The guys today are competing at 250, 260... Even 297 POUNDS! But, if you actually look closely at the muscle bellies... Does any guy have a larger bicep or chest than Arnold? Does anyone have bigger legs than Tom Platz? The biggest GROWTH I see, occurred right in the midsection...

 

 

Yeah.. Lol. I've seen lots of pro bodybuilders who use whey and are fantastic looking. Although, I have no doubt it's damaging to your colon. It made me pretty ill when I used it.. but I have a dairy allergy. If someone has a dairy allergy and continues to use whey they're just an idiot.

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If someone has a dairy allergy and continues to use whey they're just an idiot.

 

I actually don't think that is uncommon!

I have known of a few people to complain of digestive troubles with dairy proteins and then go off and buy another brand of the same protein.

All I can do is shake my head in disbelief!

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