Muscle Provider Review

Created by Beverly Nutrition, Muscle Provider is the formula that will help you to finally get a premium, fast acting blend of ingredients.

With Muscle Provider, you will get the top blend of natural proteins and other ingredients to help you to see the greater digestibility as well as the results that you want as a whole to change your body and ultimately speaking, your life.

But how does Muscle Provider actually work? Does Muscle Provider really have the high quality proteins and effective amounts?

About Muscle Provider

When it comes to Muscle Provider, you are going to get about 21g of protein and 1g of sugar. That’s not a bad balance considering the idea is to get more protein and less sugar to counteract its effects and benefits. There are even just 110 calories, a pretty low amount compared to some protein shakes that contain upwards of 300 calories—and those are still lauded for being low-calorie meal replacements, so you know you’re getting a minimal amount of calories here. It’s also low in sodium, another common concern with protein shakes.

This being said, even though they only have 1g of sugar— that is not actually enough to counteract the fact that they don’t have enough protein. And their protein is only of the lowest quality possible variety, derived from milk, soybeans, and eggs. So obviously enough, Muscle Provider will not come through.

How to Use Muscle Provider

According to manufacturers, the best way to prepare a Muscle Provider shake is by pouring eight ounces of cold water into a blender and adding one scoop—or 29 grams—of Muscle Provider powder. Blend the mixture until the texture is smooth. If you want a thinner shake, add more water. Or, if you want a thicker and sweeter shake, try reducing the amount of water just slightly and added three or four small ice cubes.

Beverly Nutrition recommends that you use Muscle Provider within an hour before or after lifting weights. You can even take it both times. If you aren’t training that day, have a shake first thing in the morning or right before bed. Manufacturers say there isn’t a wrong time to have a Muscle Provider shake.

What Do Customers Think?

Reviews of Muscle Provider have been mostly positive. However, the positive reviews center mainly around things like a great taste compared to other protein shakes. Hardly any customers say the product works, and many express dissatisfaction with the high price.


We would not recommend bothering with Muscle Provider. It does not have the right ingredients, it does not have the right amounts, and it is just a waste of time and money.

Muscle Provider is again more likely to cause side effects than results, and these proteins cannot actually be absorbed into the body. So we would definitely recommend using something else, perhaps something that contains whey protein.

It will likely help you bulk up, however, so if gaining weight is your only concern and you can afford Muscle Provider, it wouldn’t be a bad bet—we just think you can find similar satisfaction with a less expensive product.

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Muscle Provider User Reviews

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  1. Comment

    i have been taking Muscle Milk and i noticed you do not have a review of the product, i am curious as to what your thoughts are on the product for weight loss and muscle gain?
    thank you

    steve jacobson
    June 3, 2010 at 4:32 am
  2. Comment

    Your comments are WAY off. I have no clue who wrote this, but they are bias and full of BS. Muscle Provider is meant to be taken immediately before or after a workout for maximum absorption. There Ultimate Muscle Protein is meant for a sustained absorption rate. YOU MUST CHECK YOUR FACTS AGAIN!

    February 10, 2011 at 3:27 am

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