Earlier in the year Maryland Industrial Partnerships program sent out a press release claiming a new brand of chocolate milk helped high school football players and their cognitive development over the course of a season, the more interesting tid bit they included, the milk even helped after concussions.
Recently after, healthnewsreview.org posted a unsanctioned blast. Claiming in the title of the article that the release making the claim was out of bounds. In their article they claim the beverage named, 5th quarter fresh, has nearly as many calories drop for drop, as a coke. As well as disputing the release lacked facts or statistics to back its baseless claims.
Say it ain't so. I havent read the press release or the study that it was based on. What I have read is what the negative nancies over at healthnewsreview.org call an article. They say a lot of shit in a minimal amount of words. Since I havent read the release or the study, I'm kinding siding with them. If they say it works and they took tests, then it must work.
Why put 5th quarter in a name if it doesn't help athletes after games? That just dont make no sense. Come on healthnewsreview.org, stop picking on the little guy, take their word for it. How about talking to the students who were involved? they might have some insight into how they felt. Kids don't lie, everyone knows that.
Its got protien, its fat free, it says natural muscle refuel. Its got everything you need. Let me ask you a couple more questions healthnewsreview.org, Why don't you guys take it out and do a field test? Get some of your employees, field a high school football team, make them play through a season and look at the results, they may surprise you, they might not. You guys won't do that though, you ain't got the balls. The Tribune is down for any challenge set before us. We don't back down, we back up.
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