Chicken has chicken in it (boring) so let's move to the ingredients of Core Power. Core Power is basically milk and sugar and some synthetic compounds. Not sure where the extra protein comes from because I can't see anything in the ingredient list that could contribute to extra protein compared to regular milk. Any ideas readers? Core Power also brags about having Vitamin D which you can get by going outside.
Carrageenan is an interesting one. Researchers have reliably linked dietary carrageenan to harmful inflammation. Read the latest full independent report. The body is already inflammed after exercise and I'm thinking the fact "Carrageenan so reliably causes inflammation that scientists actually use it to induce inflammation in biological experiments" would not be so super.
Core Power costs about $3 a bottle and that tiny amount of organic chicken would cost about $1.50.
So I'm going to side with the chicken but facing off against Crowie and these dominators is tough.
If you wish to support the fight for chicken to become a sports recovery beverage, please buy a chicken coop...