Procel

Last Update February 9, 2016
Procel is a dietary supplement.
Uses: Procel is approved for Weight Issues and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. In addition, Body builders use It for Pain and Weakness, although this is not an approved use. Read More
Other brands: Protein Supplement
Category: Dietary supplement
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Positive 7 "I ordered 2 cans of Procel (doctor recommended) and it is good, flavorless and mixes into anything, but one scoop is only 5 grams of protein. Has anyone tried those little tubes with 42grams... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 2 "I found some site that talk about Procel alternative treatment. ...http://alternativecancer.us/protocel.htm this site promotes Procel, has some very interesting info--needs to be taken every 4 hours,... "Read more negative discussions
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What does Procel treat?
Alchohol warning on Procel
There may be a negative interaction between Procel and alcohol.
What dosages are available?
Powder
Ingredients
Protein Supplement
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