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This is the best protein out there.......
by Stewy69

All I can say is I just bought this product after reviewing a million and one online. I am 41 years old and have been working out off and on for 28 years and have taking a ton of different products over the years. From protein supplements, Mass and lean to creatine, carb additives and more. At this point in time I would have to say that there are way to many products out there that can confuse way to many people with there fancy words and advertising tools. A product can make a claim all it wants but without the right combination of ingredients and effective gains for which you are looking for then this product just falls short and flat on its face. 

I just started working out again a few months ago after being out of Commission for 2 years from a back injury I occurred at work. I am 5"10 and used to weigh 210lbs. After my injury and unable to work out any longer all I could do was sit on the couch or lay in bed and watch TV or play video games. I started to loose my muscle mass very quickly and after 2 years I had lost 50lbs and got down to 160lbs. I was ecstatic 3 months ago to know I was able to get up and get back in the gym and start lifting weights again and make some new goals and gains as fast as I could. There is one formula that I have always lived by when it comes to lifting and gaining muscle and that is having the right diet, supplements, and workout routine. 

Set your goals first and ask yourself what you want out of your body. do you want to just add a little muscle and strength? Do you want to gain mass and get as big as a house? If you want to go for the gold then you have to commit to everything and go for it. you need a good diet. Count your carbs, Fat, And Protein. The key to getting big and strong is protein, and lots of it. Break your meals down into 5 or 6 a day.

I eat 3 food meals and 3 supplement meals. For breakfast I eat oatmeal and egg whites with raisins or blueberry's with one scoop of a good protein powder mix for added protein. And always take a good Multivitamin with your breakfast in the morning, this is very important. Second meal is a Met-Rx 32gram protein plus bar or MHP Power packed pudding with 30 grams of protein 190 calories, sugar free, lactose free and low carbs. For lunch I eat a grilled chicken or tuna sandwich or grilled chicken salad with an apple. My fourth meal is a 2 scoop 44 to 50 gram protein shake. For dinner its either chicken, fish, lean beef with veggies, salad or brown whole grain rice. 

Before I work out I do take a creatien brand call AC-G3 by PMD. Then I work out from 1 1/2 to 2 hours which I include at least 45 minutes of cardio. My post workout meal is a 44 to 50 gram protein shake. I workout 4 days a week, Monday, Tuesdays, Thursday and Friday. Mondays are Back, ab's and cardio. Tuesday is shoulders, triceps, abs and cardio. Thursday is a full leg workout and cardio. And Friday is chest, biceps, abs and cardio. And remember the 2 most important and vital exercises you can do are dead lifts and squats, especially front barbell squats. These two exercises are so Vidal in that they build awesome overall strength and boost your metabolism through the roof. When doing these 2 great exercises you are using both your upper and lower body at the same time. You wont regret them I promise you.

Guys, Fats are not your enemy, Carbs are not your enemy. You need these in your body for energy and to live and survive. you just need to know how to put the right types of fats and carbs in your body and the right amount for what ever your weight and goals may be. If your a beginner at this then do this simple equation. Find out your exact body weight and use this formula and this will be your food intake for the day. 1 gram of protein per body weight. 1 gram of carbs per body weight. .22 grams of fat times body weight. Example: A 200 pound person= 200 grams of protein, 200 grams of carbs, 44 grams of fat. Now a more well rounded weight lifter or body builder would use this formula. 1.5 grams of protein per body weight. 1 gram of carbs per body weight and .20 grams of fat times body weight. 

Calculate all this up with your own personal body weight and divide it by either 5 or 6 meals per day, that way you will know exactly what you need to eat or drink at each and every meal throughout the day. You need to really examine and study this thoroughly if you want the results that you are looking for. There is a book out there that is very informative and gives you all the lowdown on diet and nutrition, cardio, fitness and weight training.

The book is called the Truth (the only fitness book you will ever need by Frank Sepe, A renowned body builder and personal trainer. It breaks it all down into the simplest forms for anyone to understand. It gives you the same formula, An in depth food chart with all your protein, carb, and fat needs. He shows you in depth cardio and weight training routines with all the excersizes for every body part in colored detail. 

All this being said lets get back to the article about Syntha-6. I have studied this supplement very thoroughly and the ingredients are all really good. Great whey protein isolate,concentrate, casein, digestive enzymes, fiber and the best flavor in a protein powder I have ever tasted. You want a protein powder that has both protein Isolate, concentrate, and with Casein so you get the benefit of a fast and long lasting protein. You want short Post workout and long for the rest of the day and night.

remember folks it takes your body a long time to break protein down in the body. That is a good thing so it keeps your metabolism running at all times so your body can break down all the fat and carbs you put in your body. And another thing about carbs and protein. Make sure you get enough carbs in whatever protein shake you take especially post workout. after workouts. Carbs increase insulin levels and can blunt protein breakdown after your workouts. This is the major reason why carbs are added with protein shakes.

Protein Synthesis: Carbs can increase insulin levels and slightly increase protein synthesis. Bottom line, I really like Syntha-6 so far but we will see after a few more months. It is the best tasting protein powder I have ever had by far. The only bad thing I guess I can say about this product is that the cholesterol might be a little high, but not enough to keep this off my shelf.

Over all this is a great product that I would recommend to anyone just starting out or if you are a seasoned veteran too. Another great protein powder is Amplify xl by PMD at GNC. It is kind of pricey but a great product. A new product on the market is XPI Myotein which is mainly a Protein Isolate but you can always ad Casein. And this product has gotten great reviews.

Anyways I am sure I have written a book here so far so I will let you go for now. Just remember guys with a great protein supplement comes a great diet and workout routine. Keep working hard my friends..... 




I love my protein.....
by Chris Steward

All I can say is I just bought this product after reviewing a million and one online. I am 41 years old and have been working out off and on for 28 years and have taking a ton of different products over the years. From protein supplements, Mass and lean to creatine, carb additives and more. At this point in time I would have to say that there are way to many products out there that can confuse way to many people with there fancy words and advertising tools. A product can make a claim all it wants but without the right combination of ingredients and effective gains for which you are looking for then this product just falls short and flat on its face. 

I just started working out again a few months ago after being out of Commission for 2 years from a back injury I occurred at work. I am 5"10 and used to weigh 210lbs. After my injury and unable to work out any longer all I could do was sit on the couch or lay in bed and watch TV or play video games. I started to loose my muscle mass very quickly and after 2 years I had lost 50lbs and got down to 160lbs. I was ecstatic 3 months ago to know I was able to get up and get back in the gym and start lifting weights again and make some new goals and gains as fast as I could. There is one formula that I have always lived by when it comes to lifting and gaining muscle and that is having the right diet, supplements, and workout routine. 

Set your goals first and ask yourself what you want out of your body. do you want to just add a little muscle and strength? Do you want to gain mass and get as big as a house? If you want to go for the gold then you have to commit to everything and go for it. you need a good diet. Count your carbs, Fat, And Protein. The key to getting big and strong is protein, and lots of it. Break your meals down into 5 or 6 a day.

I eat 3 food meals and 3 supplement meals. For breakfast I eat oatmeal and egg whites with raisins or blueberry's with one scoop of a good protein powder mix for added protein. And always take a good Multivitamin with your breakfast in the morning, this is very important. Second meal is a Met-Rx 32gram protein plus bar or MHP Power packed pudding with 30 grams of protein 190 calories, sugar free, lactose free and low carbs. For lunch I eat a grilled chicken or tuna sandwich or grilled chicken salad with an apple. My fourth meal is a 2 scoop 44 to 50 gram protein shake. For dinner its either chicken, fish, lean beef with veggies, salad or brown whole grain rice. 

Before I work out I do take a creatien brand call AC-G3 by PMD. Then I work out from 1 1/2 to 2 hours which I include at least 45 minutes of cardio. My post workout meal is a 44 to 50 gram protein shake. I workout 4 days a week, Monday, Tuesdays, Thursday and Friday. Mondays are Back, ab's and cardio. Tuesday is shoulders, triceps, abs and cardio. Thursday is a full leg workout and cardio. And Friday is chest, biceps, abs and cardio. And remember the 2 most important and vital exercises you can do are dead lifts and squats, especially front barbell squats. These two exercises are so Vidal in that they build awesome overall strength and boost your metabolism through the roof. When doing these 2 great exercises you are using both your upper and lower body at the same time. You wont regret them I promise you.

Guys, Fats are not your enemy, Carbs are not your enemy. You need these in your body for energy and to live and survive. you just need to know how to put the right types of fats and carbs in your body and the right amount for what ever your weight and goals may be. If your a beginner at this then do this simple equation. Find out your exact body weight and use this formula and this will be your food intake for the day. 1 gram of protein per body weight. 1 gram of carbs per body weight. .22 grams of fat times body weight. Example: A 200 pound person= 200 grams of protein, 200 grams of carbs, 44 grams of fat. Now a more well rounded weight lifter or body builder would use this formula. 1.5 grams of protein per body weight. 1 gram of carbs per body weight and .20 grams of fat times body weight. 

Calculate all this up with your own personal body weight and divide it by either 5 or 6 meals per day, that way you will know exactly what you need to eat or drink at each and every meal throughout the day. You need to really examine and study this thoroughly if you want the results that you are looking for. There is a book out there that is very informative and gives you all the lowdown on diet and nutrition, cardio, fitness and weight training.

The book is called the Truth (the only fitness book you will ever need by Frank Sepe, A renowned body builder and personal trainer. It breaks it all down into the simplest forms for anyone to understand. It gives you the same formula, An in depth food chart with all your protein, carb, and fat needs. He shows you in depth cardio and weight training routines with all the excersizes for every body part in colored detail. 

All this being said lets get back to the article about Syntha-6. I have studied this supplement very thoroughly and the ingredients are all really good. Great whey protein isolate,concentrate, casein, digestive enzymes, fiber and the best flavor in a protein powder I have ever tasted. You want a protein powder that has both protein Isolate, concentrate, and with Casein so you get the benefit of a fast and long lasting protein. You want short Post workout and long for the rest of the day and night.

remember folks it takes your body a long time to break protein down in the body. That is a good thing so it keeps your metabolism running at all times so your body can break down all the fat and carbs you put in your body. And another thing about carbs and protein. Make sure you get enough carbs in whatever protein shake you take especially post workout. after workouts. Carbs increase insulin levels and can blunt protein breakdown after your workouts. This is the major reason why carbs are added with protein shakes.

Protein Synthesis: Carbs can increase insulin levels and slightly increase protein synthesis. Bottom line, I really like Syntha-6 so far but we will see after a few more months. It is the best tasting protein powder I have ever had by far. The only bad thing I guess I can say about this product is that the cholesterol might be a little high and so might the fat content, but not enough to keep this off my shelf.

Over all this is a great product that I would recommend to anyone just starting out or if you are a seasoned veteran too. Another great protein powder is Amplify xl by PMD at GNC. It is kind of pricey but a great product. A new product on the market is XPI Myotein which is mainly a Protein Isolate but you can always ad Casein. And this product has gotten great reviews.

Anyway's I am sure I have written a book here so far so I will let you go for now. Just remember guys with a great protein supplement comes a great diet and workout routine. Keep working hard my friends..... 



syntha-6 is the best!!!
by Anonymous

syntha-6 is one of the greatest protein drinks out there! It taste awsome, even better tasting then MuscleMilk, Freak Fix, and ON 100% whey gold standard. Syntha-6 is also a great meal replacement that will not give you stomach aches.


luv syntha-6
by tammy

love the syntha-6 mocca as a gastric bypass patient have to get in my protein and not loads of sugar.fabulous taste.


I love Syntha-6.
by John

Syntha-6 is a sustained release formula designed to provide protein to muscle tissue over an extended amount of time. You get a nice blend of ultra-filtered protein concentrate, caseins, micro-filtered whey isolate, egg albumen,& calcium caseinate. You get 200 calories, 22 grams of protein, 15 grams of carbs mostly from the lower glycemic sugar polydextrose, 5 grams of fiber, & only 6 grams of fats. Syntha-6 has a smooth taste & a nice mix of ingredients. Try it ,you'll like it.


very good
by Jr

This is one of the best proteins I have ever tasted. It is not too thick when u put 2 scoops in 8 ounces of milk and it tastes like a milk shake! It also tastes very good mixed with water not to mention it does help build muscle and I haven't felt bloated. I'd recomened it if you are willing to spend the money because it is a little expensive.


Great Protein Overall
by Ross

This is my personal favorite of the higher end brands. It is a little thick, as mentioned in other reviews, but the overall taste is not bad at all, especially after a bit of getting used to. I prefer this over GNC's premier protein as it seems to have yielded better results over the past few months, and the aforementioned taste issue.


REVIEW
by Kevin

One of the best tasting proteins EVER. Nice and thick, but goes down smooth. I take it once a day, post-workout with about 2 scoops of instant Gatorade for some fast carbs. Syntha-6 has a bout 30 carbs in two servings so that gives me about 60 carbs immediately post-workout. Then I have a chicken breast and cup of brown rice an hour later. Check out www.scotttrout.com and give his diet a try. I have put on 35 lbs this off-season by following his diet and training on his website.


Bang for your buck
by Sean

I'm always in the gym and I'm picky about my protein, I understand that it's a little expensive but if you want great results and a fine tasting protein then you shouldn't opt out on a lower-grade product. I've been using it for about 4 months now and things are looking up since I switched from my other stuff.


My Husband's Favorite
by Rachel B

My husband is a fitness nut and spends hours in the gym daily. When he feels like splurging on protein powder, he orders this.
It's pretty expensive, but worth it at least as far as flavor is concerned. I can't tell you about the nutritional information, as I'm not a bodybuilder...but I have taste tested a few brands and this one is by far the best.


High Quality
by L. S

Very effective product. A little pricey, though.




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take it from the pros
by Kris

synthia 6 has been a big deal for protein consumers. it is sponsered by some of the worlds best mma professionals and other athletes, this protein is highly biologically available and will give you the nutrition that hard gainers and serious athletes require.