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2005/08/04 21:36:39 (permalink)
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Instone High Protein Pudding

has anyone tried Instone High Protein Pudding? any good if so?
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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/04 22:37:37 (permalink)
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    apparently the best thing sliced bread

    yet to get my mitts on them but wont be too long
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/04 23:32:40 (permalink)
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    Ive gone through a tub of their strawberry intake whey, lovely stuff... can only hope the pudding is just as tasty!
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 10:31:07 (permalink)
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    I have read mixed reviews on it, taste wise people say its great but people are moaning about soy protein being in it and that you cant use that type of protein properly...I dont know enough about it..any thoughts?
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 13:16:39 (permalink)
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    I have the chocolate, it has a strange salty taste in it, best eaten chilled and with a chopped banana to sweeten it a bit.
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 13:32:09 (permalink)
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    soya protein has an excellent amino profile, really good to get different sources into your diet
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 15:56:08 (permalink)
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    protein pudding!...in a can?!...ready to eat!!! sounds to good to be true

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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 15:59:29 (permalink)
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    Product taste amazing it feels lie a cheat meal but its not, main reason I tried it was that sly endorsed it I know it sounds sad but its great but very pricey
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 16:16:11 (permalink)
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    looks amazing, only thing is price, 1.50 for 100cals of food makes it damm expensive, good for a healthy treat or for when on the move.

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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 17:16:48 (permalink)
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    just ordered my pudding form cheapsupplements.co.uk 24 for £38 might look expencive but hey.....it's chocolate pudding in a can and it is good for you....IMO BARGAIN!!!!

    bring it on BEEF CAKE!!!
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 17:19:35 (permalink)
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    Good stuff mate enjoy
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 20:50:23 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: cliff_vtr

    soya protein has an excellent amino profile, really good to get different sources into your diet



    i dont aggree with soya as beeing a worthy part of your diet, i have some maximuscle whey and it has a list on the back of it stating the BV rating of things like beef, pork, eggs, whey, milk, soya, tuna etc and soya is the lowest BV rated on the list

    the higher the BV rating the more of the protien your body will utilise, seens as though soya is one of lowest on the list ive always avoided it, u often get it in cheap foods in place of real meat or real yoghurt or somet

    it also states that maximuscle biomax whey contains no chep skimmed milk/whole milk powder, soya, egg or casien

    so i dont like soya products but eat em up guys they sound nice, good to have a low fat genuine pudding

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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 22:16:07 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: VENOM6PAK


    ORIGINAL: cliff_vtr

    soya protein has an excellent amino profile, really good to get different sources into your diet



    i dont aggree with soya as beeing a worthy part of your diet, i have some maximuscle whey and it has a list on the back of it stating the BV rating of things like beef, pork, eggs, whey, milk, soya, tuna etc and soya is the lowest BV rated on the list

    the higher the BV rating the more of the protien your body will utilise, seens as though soya is one of lowest on the list ive always avoided it, u often get it in cheap foods in place of real meat or real yoghurt or somet

    it also states that maximuscle biomax whey contains no chep skimmed milk/whole milk powder, soya, egg or casien

    so i dont like soya products but eat em up guys they sound nice, good to have a low fat genuine pudding


    again, dont agree

    soya has one of the best PDCAAS scores, it is a very valid part of any diet
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 22:46:55 (permalink)
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    i read something about products that state to have all the amino acids etc in them

    the thing i read was saying that ur body uses the full branched aminos better than ones all broken up into little bits so products with simply the aminos added isnt as good

    if ur aminos are bricks and your house is your muscle then your house will build slower if u have the bricks broken up better using bigger pieces lol

    making your body put together the aminos again would take longer and most times they are just not used as efficiently as when full branched aminos are present

    this backs up what the scientific BV rating states about the use of the protien by the body to a number, soya being the lowest

    so maybe it does hav the stuff in it but its all added? not natural full branched aminos?

    i dont know nothing factual just stuff ive read
    post edited by VENOM6PAK - 2005/08/05 22:49:51

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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 22:49:56 (permalink)
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    do you have a link?
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 22:51:34 (permalink)
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    sorry no it was just somet in my head that popped up when i read this thread, it is wot they were saying though roughly

    and a seperate place ( the back of the maximuscle carton ) also states soya as being one of the lowest

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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 22:52:38 (permalink)
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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/05 22:59:18 (permalink)
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    lol no that looks like a soy sales advert!

    it doesnt mention about how good it is in comparison to the natural (chicken,beef,tuna,egg)

    obviously soys fine but as good as?

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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/07 10:15:17 (permalink)
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    Explain what you mean in 'comparison' to chicken,beef,tuna,egg...there is no 1 'magical' food - all foods have their uses and variety is more important than sticking to certain foods

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    RE: Instone High Protein Pudding 2005/08/07 10:52:22 (permalink)
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    by in comparison i mean that soy does not get used by your body any where near as much as whey or chicken and tuna etc, its called a `bv rating` and soys bv rating is the lowest out of all the common protiens

    this is wot i mean by is it as good compared to chicken etc, its not because its bv rating is very low the higher a bv rating is the more your body will utilise the protiens in the food for muscle repair or growth

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