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Best protein for losing weight?

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2012/06/16 23:06:46 (permalink)

Best protein for losing weight?

Hello, can anyone recommend the correct type of protein I should be looking for? There's so many different types I'm getting confused. I want to lose weight and tone up rather than bulk. Also any advice on the best tasting ones & best value ones would be great, thanks 
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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/17 00:41:45 (permalink)
    the best type of protein is the 'get your diet and training sorted out' protein.
     
    once you've got that, just get a regular bog standard whey from any of the bulk sponsors in the following list
     
    bulkpowders
    bodybuilding warehouse
    myprotein
    oneon
     
    others are available, but if you just need a bog standard whey protein, you don't really need to go further than any of the 4 above


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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/17 07:56:51 (permalink)
    Add **** to that above list....some of the best prices & good offers on all the time, currently free 1kg tub of 90 plus pro nitrogen when you spend over £60.
    Just choose something low in carbs, sugar & fat.
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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/17 09:53:29 (permalink)
    faipdeooiad

    the best type of protein is the 'get your diet and training sorted out' protein.

    once you've got that, just get a regular bog standard whey from any of the bulk sponsors in the following list

    bulkpowders
    bodybuilding warehouse
    myprotein
    oneon

    others are available, but if you just need a bog standard whey protein, you don't really need to go further than any of the 4 above


    THIS.


    for branded protein Reflex get my vote.

    get something that fits your pocket and taste buds. the rest of your diet will dictate results

    nice tasting, although taste is subjective so what i like you might hate;
    reflex instant whey, choc mint or banana
    bilkpowders whey, choc mint
    bulkpowders blend, choc cookie
    myprotein, any of their whey products in most flavours are fine. they have impact whey, impact blend and true whey. impact blend is whey conc and whey isolate blend, its the one i used to always buy.

       
       
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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/17 09:55:40 (permalink)
    Infact in reality - you dont need any of these, they are just a convienient form of food, so dont get hung up on it.

    Sort your diet out

       
       
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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/17 10:02:23 (permalink)
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    Add **** to that above list....some of the best prices & good offers on all the time, currently free 1kg tub of 90 plus pro nitrogen when you spend over £60.
    Just choose something low in carbs, sugar & fat.

     
    ignore this advice stick with Reflex
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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/17 10:10:59 (permalink)
    Just go to the diet section and state your goals and post up your current diet, like this..
     
    7am - 4 eggs scrambled, 2x wholemeal bread, fruit
     
    10am - X1 can of tuna, pitta bread, mixed salad with olive oil
     
    something like that.....be honest though and people will help you and put you right.
     
     
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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/18 08:16:05 (permalink)
    Reflex diet protein is fantastic in either strawberry, banoffee or chocolate. Fewer carbohydrates dictate if it is diet worthy or not!
     
    Give it a try, they now ship it in the same tubs as the instant whey so you don't need to worry about the bag not closing as has happened to me on occasion. Echo Supplements do a great deal on Reflex, check them out.
     

     
     

    No amount of training can undo a bad diet.  
    Knew macro update 100% backed with science and gentics at least twice per weak, accuratelity dosed for more digest able protien synthesis, defiantly recommend.   


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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/18 10:08:35 (permalink)
    Mate, You will not lose weight with Protein. Protein is for recover the muscles when they break down. 
    I was 80Kg when I started the gym. Now I am 64Kgs after about 8 months and stay at same weight. I used to run about 4-6 Kms (and other cardio about 45 mins) everyday and then weights after that. Protein helps to recover and not lose weight. I say you do more cardio and proepr diet. Taking protein and lose weight is not true. "Patience" is more important to lose weight.
     
    Wish you good luck in Losing weight and getting tonedup!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/18 10:15:27 (permalink)
    Any protein powder that offers carbs under 5-6g per serving...
     
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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/18 10:48:10 (permalink)
     
    All you need is less cals going in than you need to maintain.
     
    With the above in mind get a pwoder thats suits that alongside your diet.

     
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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/18 10:55:47 (permalink)
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    All you need is less cals going in than you need to maintain.

    With the above in mind get a pwoder thats suits that alongside your diet.

    agreed, but for those who are not anally intune with their macro needs to maintain, its easier to say pick the lowest carb protein powder you can afford and then find your way with the diet and cardio to keep weight loss going.
     
    to find out how many cals are needed to maintain needs a lot of trial and error, for the simple gym goer.... just pick a low carb protein powder.
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    Re:Best protein for losing weight? 2012/06/18 11:07:25 (permalink)
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    mick_the_brick


    All you need is less cals going in than you need to maintain.

    With the above in mind get a pwoder thats suits that alongside your diet.

    agreed, but for those who are not anally intune with their macro needs to maintain, its easier to say pick the lowest carb protein powder you can afford and then find your way with the diet and cardio to keep weight loss going.

    to find out how many cals are needed to maintain needs a lot of trial and error, for the simple gym goer.... just pick a low carb protein powder.

     
    But you're doing the same exercise..
     
    One with less carbs (everything else being the same in the product is less cals) is less cals.
     
    6 and 2 x 3 I guess


     
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