Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: Sunny San Diego
It must be one of those high calorie weight gainers, which require that much more powder to get the listed calories per serving. It may have sounded smart-assed, but Fred is exactly right, cut it with water if you don't want the extra milk calories, or use less powder for x amount of milk. For reference, my regular whey protein is 2 scoops in 10 ounces, that would be 25 ounces for your 5 scoops given they are the same size. Mix it how you like it, and just know that the calorie count is different than the "per serving" listing.
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