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Cytosport - Muscle Milk Genuine Collegiate Calorie Replacement Drink Mix Cookies 'N Creme - 5.29 lbs. (2400 g)
CytoSport Cookies 'N Creme Genuine Muscle Milk Collegiate is a calorie replacement drink mix. Muscle Milk Collegiate is an excellent source of premium proteins, complex carbohydrates, and fats designed to help you increase lean body mass, prevent overtraining, and aid in reducing injury from nutrient deficiency, and increase oxygen delivery to working muscles.
CytoSport has developed the Muscle Milk Collegiate line to meet the unique needs for Collegiate Athletics as outlined under NCAA bylaw 220.127.116.11 for nutritional supplements. Muscle Milk Collegiate Cookies 'n Creme
40 g Lean Protein per 2 scoops College Ratio Compliant 20 Vitamins & Minerals CytoSport's Philosophy Proper nutrition based on sound scientific principles is one of the tenets of optimum athletic performance. They have long encouraged student athletes to take responsibility for their decisions about proper nutrition, and they hope that their choices are made becasue they are well-informed and guided by principles of fair and equal competition. Muscle Milk Collegiate Cookies 'n Creme But merely encouraging today's multi-tasking, time-constrained student athlete to eat to win often isn't enough. Consuming three square meals a day that contain all the important food groups in sufficient quantities to ensure optimum nutritional support of athletic performance is often difficult - if not impossible.
Since CytoSport was founded in 1998, they've been dedicated to working with sports scientists, coaches and trainers to redefine protein enhanced products for active lifestyles and serious athletes - supporting performance when it matters.
Over the years, CytoSport has expanded to create a comprehensive line that encompasses the athletic experience from preparation, to hydration, to recovery. Muscle Milk Collegiate Cookies 'n CremeCytoSport's products are among the very few that are manufactured in a NSF International GMP for Sport Registered facility Their facilities are also inspected and regulated by the FDA. They carefully manufacture their powder products and ready-to-drink pre-blends onsite at their corporate campus in Benicia, California.
Making efficacious products for athletes and active lifestyle individuals requires responsibility on all fronts. As their business has grown, so has their footprint. CytoSport has made environmental sustainability a focus and driver in everyday decision-making. For more, please visit their website. Through it all, CytoSport has been committed to one thing, building athletes from the inside out.
CytoSport Muscle Milk Powder Frequently Asked Questions
What is Muscle Milk? Muscle Milk is a protein-enhanced formula designed to promote increased strength, lean muscle growth and fast recovery from exercise. Muscle Milk contains high quality, complete proteins well absorbed and utilized by the body in maintaining a healthy immune system as well as muscle rebuilding and recovery from exercise. Muscle Milk Collegiate Cookies 'n Creme Muscle Milk also contains functional fats called medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), which are more likely metabolized for muscle fuel than stored as body fat. Muscle Milk is also trans-fat free and contains 25% of the Daily Value for 20 different vitamins and minerals in each serving. Use Muscle Milk as a meal replacement or snack as part of a meal plan that includes vegetables, fruits, whole grains and other wholesome foods.
Does Muscle Milk contain creatine? Creatine, a compound naturally made in the body and critical during energy metabolism in muscles, is not added to any of the Muscle Milk products. Research supports that creatine supplements may enhance and strength gains resulting from resistance exercise (e.g., with weight training.) However, the safety of taking supplemental creatine both short and long term is not clear. Therefore, Muscle Milk products do not contain added creatine.
Does Muscle Milk contain monosodium glutamate (MSG)? MSG, or monosodium glutamate, is used as a flavor enhancer in many processed foods. Muscle Milk does not contain MSG. Some individuals may react with asthma-like symptoms to MSG in foods so for clarification and a detailed explanation of MSG versus glutamate as part of food protein, please read the following statement:
The Truth on Mono-Sodium Glutamate (MSG) and Milk-Based Proteins Recently there has been a great deal of confusion with regards to Mono-Sodium Glutamate (MSG) and milk-based proteins. Muscle Milk Collegiate Cookies 'n Creme MSG is used as a flavor enhancer in many processed foods. Muscle Milk does not contain MSG. Below is an accurate, straight-forward explanation to clarify this question for consumers.
About 10% of the protein in a glass of milk is glutamic acid; however there is no MSG in milk-based proteins. Muscle Milk and MONSTER MILK product formulas contain only milk-based proteins.
MSG is the sodium salt of free-form glutamic acid. Glutamic acid that is bound to a protein is not the free-form amino acid, therefore cannot exist as MSG. In milk-based proteins all glutamic acid is bound to other naturally occurring amino acids that form the proteins of milk. Additionally, about 10% of the protein in Muscle Milk and MONSTER MILK is glutamic acid, however there is no MSG in Muscle Milk or MONSTER MILK. All glutamic acid in Muscle Milk is bound (non free-form) to the naturally occurring amino acids that form the milk-based proteins. Individuals sensitive to MSG do not react to proteins that contain bound glutamic acid (i.e. milk-based proteins). Furthermore, free-form, unbound glutamic acid is not added to any Muscle Milk or MONSTER MILK products therefore MSG is not present.
Is Muscle Milk gluten free? Gluten is a protein that comes from wheat and products made with wheat ingredients such as flour. Some individuals are sensitive to gluten protein, referred to as gluten intolerance, and may respond with digestive symptoms, including diarrhea. Seek the advice of a physician or registered dietitian to determine if you have gluten intolerance and to obtain appropriate dietary advice. Muscle Milk Collegiate Cookies 'n Creme Muscle Milk is gluten free, except in the following flavors: Cookies 'n Creme, Chocolate Malt, Chocolate Banana Crunch and Chocolate Mint Chip.
Is Muscle Milk lactose free? Lactose is the sugar (carbohydrate) found naturally in milk. Some individuals have an intolerance to lactose and do not fully digest this milk sugar and may experience intestinal symptoms of bloating, gas and diarrhea as a result. Muscle Milk is lactose free and can be consumed by people with lactose intolerance.
Does Muscle Milk contain milk? Muscle Milk does not contain milk. Muscle Milk contains dairy-based proteins (calcium & sodium caseinate, milk protein isolate, whey) that are derived from cow's milk. These protein are specially prepared to be free of lactose, the sugar found in milk. Muscle Milk Collegiate Cookies 'n Creme
Does Muscle Milk Contain animal ingredients? Muscle Milk does use dairy-based proteins from cow's milk. Muscle Milk does not contain any other animal ingredients.
What type of proteins are in Muscle Milk? Muscle Milk contains a blend of dairy-based proteins: calcium & sodium caseinate, milk protein isolate and whey. These proteins have been highly filtered to remove lactose and are naturally very low in fat & cholesterol. These proteins are considered to be "complete" proteins, meaning they provide all essential amino acids. Additionally, the proteins in Muscle Milk are high quality and well absorbed and utilized by the body.
Does Muscle Milk contain colostrum? Colostrum is the "first milk" produced by cows, humans and other mammals within a day of giving birth. Colostrum contains protein, vitamins and other nutrients along with antibodies and special growth factors critical for newborns. All Muscle Milk products are free of colostrum from any source. Muscle Milk Collegiate Cookies 'n Creme
Does Muscle Milk contain sucralose? Muscle Milk uses sucralose to achieve a naturally sweet taste without the extra calories of added sugar. With over 100 scientific studies and the approval of the Food and Drug Administration, sucralose is proven safe for use as a zero calorie sweetener in foods and beverages. Sucralose is not linked to any health problems or risks such as cancer and is considered safe for children's health.
Does Muscle Milk offer a natural version? For individuals looking for a version of Muscle Milk with natural sweeteners, there is Muscle Milk Naturals - free of artificial sweeteners but with the same great tasting formulation. Muscle Milk Collegiate Cookies 'n Creme Muscle Milk Naturals contains Stevia and Lo Han as natural sweetening agents. Muscle Milk Naturals is also lactose and gluten free.
Family Roots CytoSport was founded in 1998 by the father/son team of Greg and Mike Pickett. Since then it has grown into a premier manufacturer of sports-oriented nutritional products that address the needs of athletes and active lifestyle individuals at every level. With every product and every decision, they pursue quality and taste with the athlete in mind.
Keen Awareness When industry experts and scientists bring them an idea, they listen. When your performance inspires them, they act. CytoSport is about innovation. Taste is at the forefront of everything they do. People expect CytoSport products to work and taste good. That's become a CytoSport promise. CytoSport listens to their bodies and, knowing you listen to yours, they listen to you.
Grateful Contributor At CytoSport, they feel fortunate to be a part of your success! To help you do what you do best. To help you achieve goals. To help you live healthy. To help you get a better time. Muscle Milk Collegiate Cookies 'n Creme To finish the race. To put up more weight. To have a "good run." To leave the gym or practice feeling like there is still more in you. CytoSport's motto at CytoSport is "Driven by Science - Inspired by Performance"; CytoSport relies on science to create the best products they can. Thank you for inspiring them to do so. Be safe. Play hard. Keep it up. CytoSport will do the same.
Quality Ingredients CytoSport's 150,000 sq ft. state-of-the-art manufacturing facility is where they produce all of their powder products and pre-blends for ready-to-drink products. It is also where they exercise complete control over their brands - from what goes into the mix to what goes into the package.
This setup provides a critical speed to market advantage over the competition. And it gives CytoSport's devoted following of consumers - high school, college, pro athletes and coaches alike - peace of mind knowing the safety, efficacy, and authenticity of the CytoSport brands is a given.
Unmatched Confidence CytoSport products are a completely safe, effective, and legal alternative trusted by athletes worldwide who demand the highest level of performance from themselves and from the nutritional support products they use.
Mike Bottom, Former Co-Head Men's Swimming Coach at the Cal-Berkeley, who coached athletes from five different countries in the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney, stands behind CytoSport products. His athletes medaled seven times at the Sydney games. Mike's athletes have also won NCAA championships and have been tested by the NCAA drug testing board. His athletes have been training with CytoSport products since their inception.
Dr. George Brooks, Ph.D. sits on the board of advisors for CytoSport. During his graduate studies at the University of Michigan, his extensive research in the areas of "Oxygen Debt" and "Anaerobic Threshold" lead to several hypotheses and fundamental revisions in the understanding of the metabolic response to exercise. The knowledge gained in these efforts led to the invention of PolyLactate and the formulation of the original Cytomax.
Dr. Brooks was recognized for his lifetime of outstanding scientific contributions related to sports medicine and exercise science at the 2007 Awards and Tributes Committee of the American College of Sports Medicine. He was awarded the Honor Award at the Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. The ACSM Honor Award is the highest award of the College given to only one individual each year.