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In the innocent old days, people looking to grow their muscles would suck back mugs filled with raw eggs, sometimes laced with heavy cream. (Think Sylvester Stallone as Rocky Balboa, or Arnold Schwarzenegger.) In recent years, however, more efficient means of getting protein have emerged in the form of myriad supplements, bars and powders. These products allegedly help do what the eggs of yesteryear managed: get you ripped.

Cans of protein powder can cost between $30 and $100, and they come with amazing claims: you'll quickly increase the mass and size of your muscles and gain the strength and power to work even harder. Gym denizens buy into these claims. According to an industry…

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