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Myprotein chocolate whey?

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2011/03/15 18:53:19 (permalink)

Myprotein chocolate whey?

I remember a few years back I used to use this stuff and remember it being highly recommended on here.

I'm looking for a flavoured whey that tastes nice and will be moxing it with water as I'm on a cut. It's just going to be used PWO.

Cheers, Ryan.
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    m118
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/15 19:37:02 (permalink)
    i mix all my prot ein with water, and i found MP choc to be a little weak.
     
    strawberry is much better IMO.
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    Big Les
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/15 19:55:20 (permalink)
    I have 25g of this post workout in water and it shakes up really well in a shaker taste is good too.
     
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    Ryanm8655
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/15 20:49:31 (permalink)
    Cheers for the replies guys!
     
    What's the strawberry actually taste like? Is it nice?
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/15 20:56:33 (permalink)
    I have just purchased whey from BBW after years of myprotein, much thicker and nicer in my opinion.
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/16 15:22:17 (permalink)
    I use the MP Whey Isolate (90% Protein) - Mixes well just put the powder in after the water to stup lumps and give it a minute or two to settle the froth.

    A long way to go but i'll get there 
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    Calza
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/16 15:36:39 (permalink)
    I use this, have done for about 2 years.
     
    Flavour is just spot on for me and it mixes so easily in water.
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/16 15:39:50 (permalink)
    MP Whey Isolate Choc Smooth for me
     
    Mixability is really good, use to be a bit crap but not had a problem recently.
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/16 16:04:08 (permalink)
    just tried my first mp whey, choclate isolate. gotta say ive seen a few mixed reviews but im well impressed, mixed and tasted great!
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/16 16:21:03 (permalink)
    I bought a one hand blender from Argos for about £20, mixes up any shake in about 5 seconds and ensures there's no lumps in it at all.
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/16 16:27:48 (permalink)
    Choc mint, Mmmmmmmm
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/16 16:30:59 (permalink)
    Tom C

    I bought a one hand blender from Argos for about £20, mixes up any shake in about 5 seconds and ensures there's no lumps in it at all.


    Don't need it with the new MP formula.
     
    I just take powder to work now, no mixability issues with normal shakers.
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/16 18:02:29 (permalink)
    Glad you liking it guys! Not only does it taste great, but more importantly it is a high quality product that you can trust with no added fillers or thickeners! 
     
     
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    Re:Myprotein chocolate whey? 2011/03/16 19:04:50 (permalink)
    I mix my shakes in a smart shaker - and myprotein's whey mixed perfectly
    as does syntha6
    as does ProGram
     
    Personally I would be mighty hacked off if a whey didnt.
     
    Protein powders have come a long way from the sludge we had back when I started! (thats 94)
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