On July 1, 2014, a consumer class action complaint was filed in the Federal District Court for the Central District of California against Body Fortress alleging that two of their whey protein products were misleading consumers as to protein content. Protein content is indirectly determined by testing the nitrogen content of the product. The complaint alleges that in an effort to cut costs, cheaper free form amino acids and non-protein ingredients were purposely added to the product to inflate the nitrogen content. This “nitrogen spiking” resulted in testing, labeling and marketing that deceived consumers as to the real protein content, which according to the complaint was 30% less than claimed.
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At first I thought this crossfit thing was kinda cool but the longer I think about it and the more ridiculous injuries I hear about the more I am thinking of starting some kinda of "anti-crossfit" revolution, you know kinda like crossfit but without all the incorrect movements and lifts. What really got me going was all the pregnant people doing the absolutely ridiculous kipping, spasm, convulsing "pullup" type movements, wtf are these things? They are bad enough for a fit person but they put a tremendous amount of strain on the midsection which is obviously something a sain person probably wouldnt want to do when pregnant. I am aware that crossfit cults will try to defend saying its perfectly fine which goes to show they are just as delusional as smokers.
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