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wolfx5
07-29-2003, 05:20 PM
says 120 calories per scoop...
so if i have it in 250ml of skim milk which has 91 cals is the total 211calories?

or is the 120calories in the 100%whey including the beverage you put it in?

sorry if this seems ignorant, but im new to this calorie counting.

Greg_SD
07-29-2003, 06:45 PM
The nutrition info is the product itself. Add anything you add to it to the total besides water :p.

AJbuilder
07-29-2003, 06:57 PM
Originally posted by wolfx5
says 120 calories per scoop...
so if i have it in 250ml of skim milk which has 91 cals is the total 211calories?

or is the 120calories in the 100%whey including the beverage you put it in?

sorry if this seems ignorant, but im new to this calorie counting.

the total is 211 calories .


but are you sure 250 ml of skim milk has only 91 calories?? I think that's just one cup cause 4 cups of skim milk is equivalent to 250ml also, so that 91 calories could just be part of the 250 ml, if you drank the whole 250 ml you would be getting around 360 calories instead, and add that to 120 and it'll be 480 calories . the 91 calories could just be per serving of the 250ml skim milk, know what i'm sayin?? but i gotta check, i might be wrong.

Greg_SD
07-29-2003, 07:26 PM
1 cup = 240ml. 240ml of non-fat milk is 90 calories so thatís about right.

wolfx5
07-29-2003, 07:32 PM
Originally posted by AJbuilder
the total is 211 calories .


but are you sure 250 ml of skim milk has only 91 calories?? I think that's just one cup cause 4 cups of skim milk is equivalent to 250ml also, so that 91 calories could just be part of the 250 ml, if you drank the whole 250 ml you would be getting around 360 calories instead, and add that to 120 and it'll be 480 calories . the 91 calories could just be per serving of the 250ml skim milk, know what i'm sayin?? but i gotta check, i might be wrong.

"I think that's just one cup cause 4 cups of skim milk is equivalent to 250ml also, " I dont know what your saying, and i dont think you do either...

4 cups of milk(240 or 250ml each) is about 1 litre roughly, as a gallon is 3.78 litres.

thanks Greg_SD , that helps, although your statment isnt very clear... lol

Greg_SD
07-29-2003, 07:36 PM
Ok, The nutrition info is FOR the product itself. Better? Lol.

wolfx5
07-30-2003, 07:06 PM
Originally posted by Greg_SD
Ok, The nutrition info is FOR the product itself. Better? Lol.

yes its better ...

but do you think yelling the word FOR makes it easier to understand? :)

BigTraps
07-30-2003, 08:38 PM
Originally posted by wolfx5
yes its better ...

but do you think yelling the word FOR makes it easier to understand? :)

I'm pretty sure he typed FOR, unless you honestly think Greg yelled at the screen at that instant. :D

Greg_SD
07-30-2003, 08:41 PM
I didnít add ďforĒ the first time. I thought that was the reason it wasnít understood.

AJbuilder
07-30-2003, 08:45 PM
Originally posted by Greg_SD
1 cup = 240ml. 240ml of non-fat milk is 90 calories so thatís about right.

oh ****, your'e right man! I must've dozed off last night when i posted, forget what i said. my mistake.

wolfx5
07-31-2003, 12:26 AM
Originally posted by BigTraps
I'm pretty sure he typed FOR, unless you honestly think Greg yelled at the screen at that instant. :D

well "supreme sig" , caps usually says that someone is yelling, and with your natural instincts to correct people, and assume you know what everyones sig is all about, why didnt you know this?