Shamrock Farms Rockin' Refuel Muscle Builder - Chocolate (4 pack)

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The Great Tasting Way to Build Muscles

Rockin' Refuel is a first-of-its-kind protein-fortified, flavored milk designed to help athletes develop lean muscle mass.

  • 30 grams of natural high quality protein to help build muscles
  • Great Taste!
  • Only 8 grams net Carbs
  • Made with Real Milk
  • Shelf Stable packaging, which means no refrigeration needed!
  • Lactose free - easy to digest

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Creatine or Whey? What’s Best for a Body Builder Looking for a Boost?

Creatine or Whey? What’s Best for a Body Builder Looking for a Boost?
Expert Advice from Suzanne Dixon, MPH, MS, RD
Creatine or Whey? What’s Best for a Body Builder Looking for a Boost?: Main Image
Supplementing with whey supports performance on short-term, intense cycling exercise—while creatine supports activites such as weight lifting
Muscles are made of protein, so for athletes seeking an edge, this is often the first nutrient of interest. But what kind of protein should you use, and how much? The answer depends on your goals.

Finding your whey

Whey and casein are the two main proteins in dairy foods: whey tends to be faster-digesting, casein is slower to break down. All protein sources provide the body with amino acids, the building blocks of the protein in your muscles, and for many people, whey is simply another type of protein that can add variety to the choices available. Whey is a common ingredient in many meal replacement and “refueling” products designed to provide maximum protein with minimal calories.

Some controlled trials suggest supplementing with whey supports better gains in lean body mass, some measures of strength, and better performance on short-term, intense cycling exercise, compared with people who use other protein supplements, such as casein.

The body best absorbs protein in amounts of 15 to 30 grams in a meal or snack. Unless you’re a serious body-builder, there’s no benefit to eating more than 30 grams of protein at one time. Whey protein seems to make its way into muscles most efficiently when taken immediately after a workout. Recommendation: ideally within 30 minutes, 1 gram of whey protein (up to 30 grams total) for every 2 to 4 grams of carbohydrate.

Whey protein is considered safe for most people, though people with dairy allergies should avoid it.

Considering creatine

Creatine is found in many tissues in the body, and is best known for supplying energy for muscles during short, intense bursts of exercise, such as sprinting or weight lifting. Creatine may improve muscle mass, rather than muscle efficiency, so it’s not taken by most endurance athletes. It may be used in an initial “loading period” of up to 20 grams per day for several days, followed by smaller amounts of 2 to 5 grams daily long term.

Numerous controlled trials support that creatine improves performance of single or repetitive bouts of short-duration, high-intensity exercise lasting under 30 seconds each, suggesting it may be most beneficial for people engaging in speed and power training regimens. While some controlled trials do not show benefit of creatine supplementation, health experts have noted this may be because elite athletes do not benefit from creatine supplementation, while untrained people do.

Creatine appears to be safe for most people, though it has been linked to individual cases of kidney problems; people with existing kidney disease should not use creatine. The most commonly reported side effects of creatine are diarrhea and muscle cramping, which seem more likely to occur with higher levels of supplementation.

Final protein pointers

Be sure you eat a good-quality, well-balanced diet, because without this foundation whey and creatine supplements won’t do any good. Nutrients don’t work well in isolation; aim to create a nutrient network in your body.

Suzanne Dixon, MPH, MS, RD, an author, speaker, and internationally recognized expert in chronic disease prevention, epidemiology, and nutrition, has taught medical, nursing, public health, and alternative medicine coursework. She has delivered over 150 invited lectures to health professionals and consumers and is the creator of a nutrition website acclaimed by the New York Times and Time magazine. Suzanne received her training in epidemiology and nutrition at the University of Michigan, School of Public Health at Ann Arbor.

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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 11 fl. oz. (325 ml)
Amount Per Serving %DV
Calories 190
Calories From Fat 35
Total Fat 4 g 6%*
Saturated Fat 2.5 g 13%*
Trans Fat 0 g  
Cholesterol 30 mg 10%*
Sodium 280 mg 12%*
Potassium 260 mg 7%*
Total Carbohydrate 11 g 4%*
Dietary Fiber 3 g 13%*
Sugars 6 g **
Protein 30 g 60%*
Vitamin A   15%
Vitamin C   0%
Calcium   70%
Iron   8%
Vitamin D   35%
Thiamin   2%
Riboflavin   10%
Phosphorus   50%
Iodine   0%
Magnesium   6%
Zinc   2%
Copper   10%
*Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
**Daily Value (DV) not established.

Ingredients: Water, Skim Milk, Milk Protein Concentrate, Cream, Cocoa (Processed with Alkali), Soluble Corn Fiber, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Sodium Hexametaphosphate, Dipotassium Phosphate, Corn Starch, Salt, Sucralose, Carrageenan, Lactase Enzyme, Vitamin A Palmitate, Vitamin D3.

*Not found in regular milk


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No refrigeration required, simply chill before refueling

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