On your website the suggested serving size for your recovery drink is 2 scoops but on the product label under the directions it says three overflowing scoops… so which is the recommended serving size?
I can understand your confusion. When I launched Mike’s Mix I assumed a customer base of mostly endurance athletes: performance driven individuals with workout durations typically greater than one hour. The current label on the container reflects this population with a suggested serving size of 100 grams (3 scoops). Since the inception of Mike’s Mix my customer base has shifted to include a significant number of people seeking weight loss or general fitness. Although intense, their workouts tend to be of a shorter duration and they are also often trying to reduce daily caloric intake. The new minimum serving size recommendation of 66 grams (2 scoops) is to accommodate these athletes. I have already adjusted the labels on the Mike’s Mix bags to reflect this change, but it may be a few months before I can complete this transition when I have container labels reprinted.
Serving size should be customized for gender, goals, workout duration and intensity. A couple of sentences on a label is not sufficient to adequately address these issues. Therefore, I have put together a serving size chart to accommodate the many different athletes that use Mike’s Mix: http://mikesmixrecoverydrink.com/serving-size-recommendations-recovery-drink/ . I encourage you to use this chart to determine the serving size that is right for you.