Protein powders flunk
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Five protein powders among 37 nutrition powders and drinks reviewed by 1ConsumerLab.com contained more than the claimed amounts of sodium and cholesterol, according to an April 27 report by the online testing firm. GeniSoy Soy Protein Powder, Integrated Sports Science's ISS Complete Whey Power and NOW Foods' Now Eco-Green Protein Powder each contained more sodium than listed on their labels. Next Proteins' Designer Whey Protein and ON's Instantized 100% Whey Protein contained more cholesterol than listed. Products from Atkins, EAS, GNC and Met-Rx, among other brands, were approved in the report...
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