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Old January 6th 04, 08:19 PM
JimmySmith
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A number of studies show that cocoa might be good for us and a number of
studies show that whey protein powder might be good for us. Because cocoa
might be good and it is already an in some flavors of protein powder, should we
just try to buy those protein powders?
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Old January 6th 04, 08:53 PM
John M. Williams
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"JimmySmith" wrote:
A number of studies show that cocoa might be good for us and a number of
studies show that whey protein powder might be good for us. Because cocoa
might be good and it is already an in some flavors of protein powder,

should we
just try to buy those protein powders?


Why? Buy whey protein that suits your purposes.
Use good quality cocoa. Add hot water, limit the
sugar (or use Splenda/sucralose), and add whey.
Easy.



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Old January 7th 04, 12:29 AM
Mistress Krista
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"John M. Williams" wrote in message
...
"JimmySmith" wrote:
A number of studies show that cocoa might be good for us and a number of
studies show that whey protein powder might be good for us. Because

cocoa
might be good and it is already an in some flavors of protein powder,

should we
just try to buy those protein powders?


Why? Buy whey protein that suits your purposes.
Use good quality cocoa. Add hot water, limit the
sugar (or use Splenda/sucralose), and add whey.
Easy.



Even better, make it with milk. Use good quality cocoa, as John says. Dump
the powdered cocoa in a saucepan, and add about 1/4 to 1/3 cup of water, as
well as your desired quantity of sugar/sweetener. Heat over medium heat,
stirring with a whisk until the cocoa sort of dissolves and the mixture is
well blended. This should only take about a minute. Then pour in the
desired amount of milk. I like to throw in a little vanilla and cinnamon
too. If you're using whey, blend with the milk before it pouring into the
pot, because otherwise it'll make little whey pooplets. Heat to the desired
temperature, pour into a mug, drink. Tastee and a nice treat on cold
nights.


Krista

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Old January 7th 04, 01:24 AM
MJL
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On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 00:29:12 GMT, "Mistress Krista"
wrote:


"John M. Williams" wrote in message
...
"JimmySmith" wrote:
A number of studies show that cocoa might be good for us and a number of
studies show that whey protein powder might be good for us. Because

cocoa
might be good and it is already an in some flavors of protein powder,

should we
just try to buy those protein powders?


Why? Buy whey protein that suits your purposes.
Use good quality cocoa. Add hot water, limit the
sugar (or use Splenda/sucralose), and add whey.
Easy.



Even better, make it with milk. Use good quality cocoa, as John says. Dump
the powdered cocoa in a saucepan, and add about 1/4 to 1/3 cup of water, as
well as your desired quantity of sugar/sweetener. Heat over medium heat,
stirring with a whisk until the cocoa sort of dissolves and the mixture is
well blended. This should only take about a minute. Then pour in the
desired amount of milk. I like to throw in a little vanilla and cinnamon
too. If you're using whey, blend with the milk before it pouring into the
pot, because otherwise it'll make little whey pooplets. Heat to the desired
temperature, pour into a mug, drink. Tastee and a nice treat on cold
nights.


You're turning me on.


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Old January 7th 04, 06:02 AM
Proton Soup
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Default Cocoa and whey protein powder healthy?

MJL wrote in message . ..
On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 00:29:12 GMT, "Mistress Krista"
wrote:


"John M. Williams" wrote in message
...
"JimmySmith" wrote:
A number of studies show that cocoa might be good for us and a number of
studies show that whey protein powder might be good for us. Because

cocoa
might be good and it is already an in some flavors of protein powder,

should we
just try to buy those protein powders?

Why? Buy whey protein that suits your purposes.
Use good quality cocoa. Add hot water, limit the
sugar (or use Splenda/sucralose), and add whey.
Easy.



Even better, make it with milk. Use good quality cocoa, as John says. Dump
the powdered cocoa in a saucepan, and add about 1/4 to 1/3 cup of water, as
well as your desired quantity of sugar/sweetener. Heat over medium heat,
stirring with a whisk until the cocoa sort of dissolves and the mixture is
well blended. This should only take about a minute. Then pour in the
desired amount of milk. I like to throw in a little vanilla and cinnamon
too. If you're using whey, blend with the milk before it pouring into the
pot, because otherwise it'll make little whey pooplets. Heat to the desired
temperature, pour into a mug, drink. Tastee and a nice treat on cold
nights.


You're turning me on.


I don't think she meant anything by it. Sometimes a pooplet is just a pooplet.

Proton Soup
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Old January 7th 04, 02:47 PM
Top Sirloin
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On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 08:14:54 -0500, John M. Williams
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I think Mike finds pooplets to be very erotic.


You'd think he wouldn't bash powerlifting so much then.


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Old January 14th 04, 11:43 AM
Willem
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"Mistress Krista" wrote:


"John M. Williams" wrote in
message ...
"JimmySmith" wrote:
A number of studies show that cocoa might be good for us and a number
of studies show that whey protein powder might be good for us.
Because

cocoa
might be good and it is already an in some flavors of protein powder,

should we
just try to buy those protein powders?


Why? Buy whey protein that suits your purposes.
Use good quality cocoa. Add hot water, limit the
sugar (or use Splenda/sucralose), and add whey.
Easy.



Even better, make it with milk. Use good quality cocoa, as John says.
Dump the powdered cocoa in a saucepan, and add about 1/4 to 1/3 cup of
water, as well as your desired quantity of sugar/sweetener. Heat over
medium heat, stirring with a whisk until the cocoa sort of dissolves and
the mixture is well blended. This should only take about a minute.


this will also work while it is cold.

Then
pour in the desired amount of milk. I like to throw in a little vanilla
and cinnamon too.


cinnamon has other positives effect (apart from enhancing the taste) as
well. Apart general things (Colic, Indigestion and heartburn, Menorrhagia
(heavy menstruation), Poor appetite, Yeast infection) there is also the
rumour that it improves the action of insulin...

http://www.mycustompak.com/healthNot...b/Cinnamon.htm

If you're using whey, blend with the milk before it
pouring into the pot, because otherwise it'll make little whey pooplets.
Heat to the desired temperature, pour into a mug, drink. Tastee and a
nice treat on cold nights.


or nuke it in the microwave, straight in the mug.

Krista




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Old January 15th 04, 07:09 AM
JimmySmith
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Default Cocoa and whey protein powder healthy?

How do you know if the cocoa is high quality or not? My protein powder just
says cocoa.

Disagree with the Ephedra ban?
Email the FDA -

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