Mila and sports

June 3, 2009 at 10:12 pm Leave a comment

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In his 10 years as an assistant gymnastics coach for the University of Missouri, Jeff Conner learned a thing or two about athletes and drug testing.

“We were constantly warning our gymnasts against certain foods and prescription drugs,” said Conner. “Even though they seemed safe or were prescribed legally, they could trigger a positive drug test and restrict them from competing.”

As a distributor who knew the benefits of Mila firsthand, Conner was sure that the protein, fiber, antioxidants and omega 3s could help all athletes, both amateur and professional alike. With his background in college athletics and the knowledge that athletes could be subjected to random drug testing, he set out to do an informal test of his own to prove that Mila was safe.

To do this, Conner used Mila as directed for a three-month period. He then went to an independent drug testing facility and asked to be tested in the same manner that athletes were. He learned that most athletes were tested on a 5-panel test, which checks for the presence of amphetamines, marijuana, cocaine, opiates and phencyclidine (PCP). He was also informed of an even stricter 10-panel test which also checks for barbiturates, benzodiazepines, methadone, methaqualone and propoxyphene.

Conner decided to be tested on the stricter 10-panel test and was pleased when the results came back negative.

“I have a couple of athletes taking Mila now,” said Conner. “And they are experiencing terrific results.”

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