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Old 08-11-2009, 02:49 PM   #1
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Why is 1fast400 leucine so light? I need a couple tbs of the powder for 5 grams. When I bought BCAA's from another brand (supplement direct) there was a smaller scoop with more grams of leucine than the 1fast400 powder. The BCAA powder also had other aminos. So why is the 1fast400 powder so light? It canít be less dense than the other powder because I canít compress it. The 1fast400 powder also has a very glossy texture. I heard that 1fast400 gets its powders from china and that it was sued for bad quality. Should I ditch my 1fast400 leucine powder? 1fast400 also had nothing to back its quality.
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Maybe the other brand wasn't legit. I've never heard anything bad about 1Fast400's stuff from people that use it. I would actually prefer their stuff or nutraplanet's over anyone else.

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