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Best protein powder?

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Toodles
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2006/07/19 00:03:55 (permalink)
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Best protein powder?

Hey guys.

Been body building for a while now, and have been having meals straight after work outs but lately this hasn't always been ideal and I have found myself often going without enough protein.

So I wanna invest in some protein powder or a protein shake but I wanna know which is the best? I'm willing to buy over the Internet too.

Thanks.

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    wiffers
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    RE: Best protein powder? 2006/07/19 00:08:45 (permalink)
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    don't worry about brands etc

    I'd just get unflavoured stuff, in bulk, online from somehere like www.myprotein.co.uk

    cheap, cheerful, all works the same, then you can flavour as you wish

    If you want, could also buy maltodextrin to add to make a good post workout shake

    I flavour with nesquik or sugar free crusha

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    RE: Best protein powder? 2006/07/19 02:29:12 (permalink)
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    Ive tried Reflex and am currently using PhD Nutrition, their chocolate cookie flavour has such a great taste,
    Reflex was good too, lasted a long time

    theyre both about £32 from monstersupplements.com, great site
    stone14
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    RE: Best protein powder? 2006/07/19 11:16:35 (permalink)
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    i like reflex but im using all-in-one now you cant beat it for quality and price imo

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