Serving Size: 11 fl oz
Serving Per Container: 4
A: That is way to complicated a situation to answer completely; however, simply adding a protein shake alone will not do anything but add calories and protein to your diet. If you are on an exercise program and are trying maintain or grow muscle mass--especially during weight loss--then adding this to your diet right after exercise will provide a boost in protein that your body needs for lean muscle development. This is also dependent on the types and amounts of exercise as well as the the components of the rest of your diet. Do your research or talk to a dietician (or your primary care physician) about your specific situation rather than just adding a protein drink to your diet. You don't want to be Beefcake Cartman.
A: Adding protein to a diet will affect individuals differently, consult a Doctor or dietician if you have specific concerns with weight or mass management.
A: Protein shakes are not meant to replace a meal. Their role is to supplement your diet and make it easier to meet your daily protein requirements when you're active. Ideally, these beverages should be consumed before and/or after exercise. Whey protein shakes are best for fuel lean muscle tissue growth.
A: This is for meal replacement
A: Please check with your state Department of Human Services as it could vary by location
A: There is 650mg of Calcium per serving. On product page you can click on "Label Info" and it will show all ingredients and contents of the shake.
A: Yes it contains milk that contains lactose.
A: Yes it does.
A: 210mg per shake Premier Chocolate Shake
A: 5g total carbs per shake