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2005/08/03 13:06:06 (permalink)
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££money££

Hello guys,

Im just wandering how much money you spend on protein powder per month, it seems an area where the people selling it claim that its the best and most important thing that god has created, so we all go out and buy it in droves and line there pockets.

Do any of you use the cheaper stuff?,I have used pro lab for about the last 3 yrs,prob spending £80~£100 per month

Now on top of my monthly expenditure on AAS this adds up to a sizable sum of money

Id aprreciate to hear your opinions on how important you place supplement in your monthly allowance
post edited by PartyBoy - 2005/08/03 13:17:14

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    RE: ££money££ 2005/08/03 13:15:49 (permalink)
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    Hi mate,

    From a nutritional standpoint most protein powders are going to be the same protein quality etc. Pro-lab is good, but to be honest when you are using so much it can be expensive. Check out this superb deal:

    http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/ALL%2DiN1_Amazing_Offer%21%21_Exclusive_Offer_for_August%25_10lbs_Unflavoured_Whey_GIVEAWAY_PRICE_%21%21/m_636859/tm.htm

    A very very good price likely to save you ££.

    mcl

    ORIGINAL: fenian672000

    Hello guys,

    I know this may be seen as a nutritional post, but im looking for feedback from people that use AAS

    Im just wandering how much money you spend on protein powder per month, it seems an area where the people selling it claim that its the best and most important thing that god has created, so we all go out and buy it in droves and line there pockets.

    Do any of you use the cheaper stuff?,I have used pro lab for about the last 3 yrs,prob spending £80~£100 per month

    Now on top of my monthly expenditure on AAS this adds up to a sizable sum of money

    Id aprreciate to hear your opinions on how important you place supplement in your monthly allowance

    lubo1916
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    RE: ££money££ 2005/08/03 13:30:01 (permalink)
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    thanks m.c.l.........deff a saving there,cheers
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    RE: ££money££ 2005/08/03 13:33:10 (permalink)
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    THis is a real bugger for me .. I get really good gains from Pro-peptide .. much better then any other protein i have tried ( i have tried many expensive and cheap ) I really can't afford to keep shelling out on PP but I don't want to give up the gains .. any ideas ?

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    RE: ££money££ 2005/08/03 13:44:56 (permalink)
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    protein is protein, placebo effect methinks
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    RE: ££money££ 2005/08/03 13:48:39 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: cliff_vtr

    protein is protein, placebo effect methinks


    You may be right though it is supposed to be custom made etc etc ... maybe i just stop it , convince myself it is placebo and have done with it

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    RE: ££money££ 2005/08/03 14:08:42 (permalink)
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    do you notice different results if you eat chicken instead of tuna ??

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    RE: ££money££ 2005/08/03 14:14:53 (permalink)
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    yeah point taken .. It could be because it is a mix of quick and slow proteins and peptide bonded Glutamine though .. I have heard that Whey can be too fast and does not all get absorbed .. perhaps a switch to a cheaper blend will help .. a visit to myprotein customiser perhaps is the order of the day ?


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    RE: ££money££ 2005/08/03 14:19:12 (permalink)
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    http://www.wheyconsortium.com/ 38 quid for a 5kg tub lasts me just short of a month.
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    RE: ££money££ 2005/08/03 15:08:35 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: fenian672000

    I have used pro lab for about the last 3 yrs,prob spending £80~£100 per month


    Thats a lot of cash on protein. As trebor says whey consortium 38 quid for 5kilos cheap as chips quality protein.

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