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OUT OF DATE PRODUCTS ?

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2009/07/13 15:57:22 (permalink)

OUT OF DATE PRODUCTS ?

I have some Glutamine, milk protein concentrate and leucine supplements that are out of date by about 10 months and was wondering are they still ok to take or should i just dump them ?

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    Mobster
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    Re:OUT OF DATE PRODUCTS ? 2009/07/13 16:06:49 (permalink)
    The first and the last are more likely to have degraded some but the middle, under ideal conditions should be ok.

     
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    Re:OUT OF DATE PRODUCTS ? 2009/07/14 00:43:22 (permalink)
    the worst they can do is not work ... right ??
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    Deep Blue Supplements
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    Re:OUT OF DATE PRODUCTS ? 2009/07/14 11:08:50 (permalink)
    It depends - generally it is the 'added' ingredients (flavourings etc.) added that go 'out of date' rather than the actual ingredient itself - best off contacting the manfacturers! The worst thing would probably be upset stomachs if anything had gone off
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    Re:OUT OF DATE PRODUCTS ? 2009/07/14 16:07:50 (permalink)
    I personally would not fret too much mate. I have on occasion had items that were three or four years past there best before.

    I think you will know fairly quickly if a product has turned so to speak.

    As was said if stored in a dark, cool place with not too much temperature change or excessive humidity then they should all be fine.

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