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Which of the two cytosport muscle milk or cytosport muscle milk is advisable?

which one is better of thease You have 2 types of CytoSport Muscle Milk supplement: (1) CytoSport Muscle Milk(Original Muscle Milk) More calories. Contains more fat, more sodium and less protein . With two scoops(75 g serving), you can get 32 grams of protein. (2) CytoSport Muscle Milk Light Less calories(44% fewer than Original Muscle Milk). Contains less fat, less sodium and more protein. With two scoops(50 g serving), you can get 25 grams of protein. So with 75 g serving, this gives you 25/50 * 75 = 37.5 grams of protein.
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response
Well it really depends on what your need is , if you are plannning to pack on raw mass original muscle milk would be good , where as if your idea is to put on lean muscle mass then i would reccomend you to take the light muscle milk, so it totally depends on your goals.
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