Instead, an actual nutrient lab organisation get back to me. I'm using the anabolic gold. I'm not looking for a heavy gainer shake I prefer to get my calories from food. Do you guys take submissions by consumers for products to test? Internally, it's always a major challenge to weigh the benefits of adding more data against the risks of alienating the average consumer.
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Any company that sells a Whey isolate "90", or is "microfiltrated" or "cold filtrated", is probably relying on one of 2 US suppliers. Again, I would not have jumped to this conclusion if I had seen which test types were conducted on the products. They'll spike protein counts using BCAA's in this case, mostly glutamine. They add their marketing phrases, they make their label claim, and the rest is marketing and product branding. Thanks, I had a feeling something was up but I don't have that experience in the field. Since the final product has the water included, including the water weight for the lower percentage is more "honest", right? I ordered and had delivered mine today.
I'll add this product to our long-term testing pipeline. This year, we will likely focus exclusively on US-based supplements, since our scientists still have so many products and categories to cover.
We are still recording these requests and measuring which other countries we're hearing from the most. Hope to have new data for you soon! This is why I love reddit. Post about a protein quality, expect a lot of broscience. Instead, an actual nutrient lab organisation get back to me. While Labdoor is an interesting site, I don't like it that they have "buy it now" links with their own referral codes to the sellers. To me, that looks like it's marketing disguised as complex test results.
I'd personally prefer the raw data. I believe you can buy a higher level of access to the data. Also, there is consumerlab. For paying dollars, you could get about 10 protein assay tests gone through a 3rd party lab. It also looks like that site stands to gain affiliate-sales through the amazon sellers by a code specific to the labdoor website.
I think that is a for-profit company pretending to be for the consumer, when they're really ripping off a little bit. Definitely understand the skepticism. Our goal is to keep as much key consumer-focused data outside of the paywall without making the site too complex for the average consumer.
What specific data would you like to see published outside the paywall? Regarding the affiliate links, we've always been very clear about why we sell products. A link to that page sits next to every "Buy it now" button on our site. FYI — Accurate protein testing is very expensive.
The current industry standard is nitrogen-based protein assays, which don't account for protein spiking. The only solution is to use amino acid profiles. LabDoor has completed amino acid profiles on 60 protein supplements, and will be releasing these results in September. After spending about 45 minutes on your site, I respect what you doing a lot more than my initial impression.
I first thought you were doing simple, cheap testing and passing on oversimplified data for a high cost; but it now looks much more extensive than I previously thought. As it currently looks, protein per serving seems to be from a kejdal assay. I'm seeing this from "Protein per serving". I only thought this because It did not tell me what test type was used.
It might help to tell what kind of testing they would get on the "insiders view" amino acid profiling , what test types were used; or how the algorithms take that raw data to determine their product scores. This is not passing along any of the raw data which is behind the paywall; it's only telling more about what is on the other side. Again, I would not have jumped to this conclusion if I had seen which test types were conducted on the products.
Instead of seeing just "12 tests I will be passing on your site to my higher-ups. I'm guessing you're trying to reach a wider audience by keeping the displayed data look clean and simple -- It would behoove technical types like me to see a little more on the conducted test types, what kind of raw data they see on the inside. Thanks so much for taking a deeper look. Internally, it's always a major challenge to weigh the benefits of adding more data against the risks of alienating the average consumer.
Should have brand-new reports out for these products by mid-September. Do you guys take submissions by consumers for products to test? There are a couple protein powders I use that I'm curious about their claims. Let me know what protein powders you're interested in, and I'll be sure to add it to LabDoor's long-term testing pipeline.
I'm not defending them Just a resource out there. There's a reason why there's only one consumer reports; there isn't a strong economic model to do expensive testing without either subscriptions or commercials affiliate links. Food supplements are the wild west. I agree with you though bro, If I wasn't familiar with what the industry does, I wouldn't know either.
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Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Hi guys, so I use Matrix Anabolic Gold protein powder at the moment. I'm tempted to go back to Matrix again because of two things: So, my questions are: Is there any good, independent quality analysis of Matrix Anabolic gold available that I've managed to not find?
If not, are there any alternative brands that come close to the quoted figures? Want to add to the discussion? You'll save about bucks this way if you get a good deal on the proteins. I work a "Quality Assurance Manager" for a supplement manufacturer. Both are acceptable references for label claim.
Thanks for the clarifications. You are a font of knowledge: Might stick with myprotein whey isolate or impact whey, in that case. I'll keep my eyes peeled. I don't see that subscription fee justifying the test range they're using. I'm sticking with whey. Tastes so grainy but better than no protein at all.
Tend to agree though you get what you pay for. Would love to know if the nutritional info is correct. I'm using it at the moment and I'm still growing the same as I did with Gaspari Myofusion which is 3 times the price.
Supplement companies don't spend so much time on there's boards for no reason, they all want you to buy there stuff so of course the more premium brands are gonna try and convince people they need to pay more for better results. Maybe if you lived off shakes there may be a slight benefit to the more expensive stuff but I eat a lot of food and have 2 shakes a day so I buy whatever's on offer when I need to buy some. I'd be tempted to buy it, if they revealed the percentages of each ingredient.
The smooth coconut and the ice cream sunde taste like crap but the banana, strawberry and chocolate arent too bad IMO. Im a student mate so am penny pinching haha, tbh if i could afford it i would definatley go with either the protein works or my protein, its not much more expensive and tasted REALLY good. I just got some of this protein myself since i know a few who use it and say it's as good any any they've had in the past.
Soy protein is used by vegetarian bodybuilders and they do well so why the big fuss if it's in this and many other blends!!! I think soy increases oestrogen levels, although I've been using this protein for over a year and haven't grown bitch tits yet lol. A blend which still contains Soy protein You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
Sign up for a new account in our community. Already have an account? Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. Posted March 14, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. I ordered and had delivered mine today. Will do for a while! You get what you pay for.
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I agree with you though bro, If I wasn't familiar with what the industry does, I wouldn't know either. Maybe if you lived off shakes there may be a slight benefit to the more expensive stuff but I eat a lot of food and have 2 shakes a day so I buy whatever's on offer when I need to buy some. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Im a student mate so am penny pinching haha, tbh if i could afford it i would definatley go with either the protein works or my protein, its not much more expensive and tasted REALLY good. Register a new account.
I'm using it at the moment and I'm still growing the same as I did with Gaspari Myofusion matrix anabolic gold 2.5kg is 3 times the price. Stabilisers Citric Acid, Malic Acid. I work a "Quality Assurance Manager" for a supplement manufacturer. I don't see that subscription fee justifying the test range they're using. I agree with you though bro, If I wasn't familiar with what the industry does, I wouldn't know either. They add their matrix anabolic gold 2.5kg flavoring sold to them from flavoring companies. I believe you can buy a clenbuterol negative side effects level gpld access to the data.
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