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chris

Guest
Sounds like real evidence to me folks!

There you have it, "...It seems to do what it is advertised to do!"

Sorry man, that was pretty classic.

CH

It seemed to do what it is advertised to do.
>
> I prefer the fruit punch flavor.
>
> Andy
 
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chris

Guest
Sounds like real evidence to me folks!

There you have it, "...It seems to do what it is advertised to do!"

Sorry man, that was pretty classic.

CH

It seemed to do what it is advertised to do.
>
> I prefer the fruit punch flavor.
>
> Andy
 
C

chris

Guest
Sounds like real evidence to me folks!

There you have it, "...It seems to do what it is advertised to do!"

Sorry man, that was pretty classic.

CH

It seemed to do what it is advertised to do.
>
> I prefer the fruit punch flavor.
>
> Andy
 
C

chris

Guest
OT, but I actually read the ingredients for Accelerade today. The top
2:

Sucrose and Whey concentrate.

I find it funny how some drinks tout they have no sucrose, others load
their drink with it, and some use something else.

While I use sucrose in my drink (its cheap and harmless/appropriate),
I would think that accelerade would try to put something fancier in
there to make up for the cost ...then again it does have whey...

Sidenote, I've tried adding whey to drinks but can't lose the copper
taste.

CH

"Rick Roof" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> Powerbar recovery or Endurox R4? What about Accelerade vs. Powerbar
> hydrate. Anyone have experience with any of these products. Taste?
>
> Thanks
 
C

chris

Guest
OT, but I actually read the ingredients for Accelerade today. The top
2:

Sucrose and Whey concentrate.

I find it funny how some drinks tout they have no sucrose, others load
their drink with it, and some use something else.

While I use sucrose in my drink (its cheap and harmless/appropriate),
I would think that accelerade would try to put something fancier in
there to make up for the cost ...then again it does have whey...

Sidenote, I've tried adding whey to drinks but can't lose the copper
taste.

CH

"Rick Roof" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> Powerbar recovery or Endurox R4? What about Accelerade vs. Powerbar
> hydrate. Anyone have experience with any of these products. Taste?
>
> Thanks
 
C

chris

Guest
OT, but I actually read the ingredients for Accelerade today. The top
2:

Sucrose and Whey concentrate.

I find it funny how some drinks tout they have no sucrose, others load
their drink with it, and some use something else.

While I use sucrose in my drink (its cheap and harmless/appropriate),
I would think that accelerade would try to put something fancier in
there to make up for the cost ...then again it does have whey...

Sidenote, I've tried adding whey to drinks but can't lose the copper
taste.

CH

"Rick Roof" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> Powerbar recovery or Endurox R4? What about Accelerade vs. Powerbar
> hydrate. Anyone have experience with any of these products. Taste?
>
> Thanks
 
C

chris

Guest
OT, but I actually read the ingredients for Accelerade today. The top
2:

Sucrose and Whey concentrate.

I find it funny how some drinks tout they have no sucrose, others load
their drink with it, and some use something else.

While I use sucrose in my drink (its cheap and harmless/appropriate),
I would think that accelerade would try to put something fancier in
there to make up for the cost ...then again it does have whey...

Sidenote, I've tried adding whey to drinks but can't lose the copper
taste.

CH

"Rick Roof" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> Powerbar recovery or Endurox R4? What about Accelerade vs. Powerbar
> hydrate. Anyone have experience with any of these products. Taste?
>
> Thanks
 
C

chris

Guest
OT, but I actually read the ingredients for Accelerade today. The top
2:

Sucrose and Whey concentrate.

I find it funny how some drinks tout they have no sucrose, others load
their drink with it, and some use something else.

While I use sucrose in my drink (its cheap and harmless/appropriate),
I would think that accelerade would try to put something fancier in
there to make up for the cost ...then again it does have whey...

Sidenote, I've tried adding whey to drinks but can't lose the copper
taste.

CH

"Rick Roof" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> Powerbar recovery or Endurox R4? What about Accelerade vs. Powerbar
> hydrate. Anyone have experience with any of these products. Taste?
>
> Thanks
 
C

chris

Guest
OT, but I actually read the ingredients for Accelerade today. The top
2:

Sucrose and Whey concentrate.

I find it funny how some drinks tout they have no sucrose, others load
their drink with it, and some use something else.

While I use sucrose in my drink (its cheap and harmless/appropriate),
I would think that accelerade would try to put something fancier in
there to make up for the cost ...then again it does have whey...

Sidenote, I've tried adding whey to drinks but can't lose the copper
taste.

CH

"Rick Roof" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> Powerbar recovery or Endurox R4? What about Accelerade vs. Powerbar
> hydrate. Anyone have experience with any of these products. Taste?
>
> Thanks
 
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h squared

Guest
John Forrest Tomlinson wrote:
>


> When I got out of college no one in apartment I was living in had a
> lot of money. But one of my housemates did deliver high-end icecream
> as his job. So every few weeks he would bring home one of those big
> drums of ice cream, usually some sort of chocolate.
>
> We ate that a lot -- for breakfast, snacks, whatever. One way was
> with oatmeal..


with hot oatmeal?? that might actually be good. maybe we can get dan to
test it as a recovery product for us.

h
 
J

John Forrest Tomlinson

Guest
On Fri, 17 Sep 2004 23:17:00 GMT, h squared
<[email protected]> wrote:

>
>
>John Forrest Tomlinson wrote:
>>

>
>> When I got out of college no one in apartment I was living in had a
>> lot of money. But one of my housemates did deliver high-end icecream
>> as his job. So every few weeks he would bring home one of those big
>> drums of ice cream, usually some sort of chocolate.
>>
>> We ate that a lot -- for breakfast, snacks, whatever. One way was
>> with oatmeal..

>
>with hot oatmeal?? that might actually be good. maybe we can get dan to
>test it as a recovery product for us.


I think it was mainly with cold cooked oatmeal, but sometimes warm or
even hot.

I think we even on occasion used "quick" oats w/o cooking them -- they
soaked up enough moisture to be tolerable. But that was definitely
not "delicious."

JT

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