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14 Dec 2006

HI Fitness Doc

I started exercising 1 hour per day for 6 days per week (gym) cardio, little bit of weight-training, aerobics etc.

I would like to loose fat and built muscle - do you think this will help me, if used in conjunction with kilojule controlled diet ? and adequate water intake etc etc


USN Diet Fuel represents the newest and most revolutionary nutritional technology for rapidly reducing body fat and maintaining lean muscle tissue. This unique meal replacement formula contains vital nutrients like L-Carnitine, Chromium, Picolinate, HCA, Boron and Selenium to accelerate the fat burning process and to ensure that high levels of micro nutrients are maintained when on a strenuous exercise program.USN Diet Fuel delivers a variety of high quality protein substrates for improving protein synthesis and overall health. Just enough carbohydrates are used to fuel your workout, replenish depleted glycogen and push your metabolism into hyper drive.

Nutritional Information
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (50g) or 1 Sachet Amount per Serving
Energy 198 Calories
Protein 25g
Carbohydrates 20g
Fat 2g
Sodium 198mg
Potassium 344mg

USN Diet Fuel is a complete meal that is very low in fat, great tasting and easily digestible. Directions for use
As a dietary supplement, add one level scoop to 300ml of cold water. Use a blender or a shaker for about 30 seconds. Have 2 to 3 servings daily. Diet Fuel is also available in a convenient 50g sachet.
Nutritional Information
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (50g) or 1 Sachet Amount per Serving
Energy 198 Calories
Protein 25g
Carbohydrates 20g
Fat 2g
Sodium 198mg
Potassium 344mg
Percentage of US RDA (Per 3 servings) % DV Amount per Serving
Protein 60% 50g
Vitamin A 25% 1250IU
Vitamin B1 25% 7.5mg
Vitamin B2 25% 8.5mg
Vitamin B6 25% 1mg
Vitamin B12 25% 2mcg
Vitamin D3 25% 100IU
Vitamin C 25% 15mg
Vitamin E 25% 7.5IU
Niacin 25% 5mg
Pantothenic Acid 25% 2.5mg
Folic Acid 25% 100mcg
Biotin 25% 75mcg
Calcium 25% 248mg
Magnesium 6% 25mg
Phosphate 34% 273mg
Potassium 30% 344mg
Protein Blend: Consists of Whey protein, calcium caseinate, soy protein isolate and egg albumin powder, Maltodextrin, MCT (Medium Chain Triglycerides), Cocoa powder (only in chocolate flavour), CLA (Conjugated linoleic acid), L-Carnitine, Boron, Selenium, Fructose, Calcium Phosphate, Sodium Chloride, Aspartame (sweetener), Stabiliser, Vitamin Blend, Chromium Picolinate, Flavourants
Pack size: 1kg and 2kg (Also available in sachets)
Flavours: Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Choc mint and Banana toffee
Content type: protein powder mix/ Flavoured

Who should use it?

Training and non-training individuals wanting to lose body fat while retaining or gaining lean muscle
Anyone wanting to replace a meal while following a calorie restricted diet.
Any competitive athlete who wants to have a higher protein-to-carb intake
Any individual whose main goal is to lose body fat fast
Any person wanting to eliminate lactose and sugar from their diet

Who should not use it?

Diet Fuel is a versatile meal replacement formula and can be taken by anyone except for people wanting to eliminate animal products from their diet.

Important Notice :

As with all exercise and nutritional programmes, please consult your physician first. Do not use if you are pregnant or lactating or if you have any medical condition. If anxiety, dizziness and depression are a result, lower dosage or stop use. Remember that an adequate state of hydration must be maintained when using this product. Have at least 8 - 10 large glasses of water per day. For best results. Taking more than the recommended dose will not improve results and may cause adverse reactions. For best results a sensible diet should be followed.

Answer 50,279 views

01 Jan 0001

hi there

Quite honestly, I think that you will be far better off spending your money on actually going to see a dietician and having a diet drawn up that is solely yours, and one that is based on really sound scientific principles. The supplement industry is notoriously unregulated, and their interest is selling products. They throw all these impressive sounds names at you, promising fat burning etc. and it's all completely wrong. There is zero evidence that their claims are even partly true. So my advice is that no one should use it - it's marketing, that's all. And until they can actually provide evidence for the claims they make, I won't endorse the diet. I think it's a waste of money.

Rather see a dietician and get a proper diet, and that will work, and will be safe!

Good luck
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