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Floydy
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2015/02/19 00:39:07 (permalink)
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Protein shake that mixes properly

I'm sick and tired of spending money on protein shakes which do not mix fully. They leave bits and 'dry powder' in the shaker.
So I'm looking for a reasonably-priced shake which is easily mixed with high protein content but very low in fat.

I realise that brand names may not be allowed to be posted so I'm asking kindly if you could PM me? Thanks.
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Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 02:42:27 (permalink)
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Brands can be posted - no problems within that.

I can send you some samples of our whey concentrate 80 and ProBlend 5 products if you like? Fire your address over in a PM if so
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Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 02:59:40 (permalink)
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Brands can be posted - no problems within that.

I can send you some samples of our whey concentrate 80 and ProBlend 5 products if you like? Fire your address over in a PM if so

Thanks mate. Very kind, but I'm looking for something in the price range of no more than £40 for a 2kg tub, which is what I usually pay via Amazon. Can you match that?
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Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 03:01:28 (permalink)
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I use optimum nutrition hydrolised whey, it dissolves very easily.  Their normal 100% whey does too.  The casein is a little gritty though, but I think that's just what casein is like.  TBH I've never had many problems with protein not dissolving from any brand (in the last 10 years)... what brands are you buying?
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Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 03:03:16 (permalink)
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Using DY Tempro at the minute and it mixes like a dream. Tastes good too.
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Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 04:09:23 (permalink)
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These sound good guys. I'm only just returning to taking protein shakes after a long lay off and the one I'm currently using is Matrix which was half price (I won't say which supplier), and although it's tasty and seems to work, it doesn't mix at all.
I'll take all your advice and price them up at the weekend. Thanks.
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Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 07:42:33 (permalink)
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Brands can be posted - no problems within that.

I can send you some samples of our whey concentrate 80 and ProBlend 5 products if you like? Fire your address over in a PM if so

Thanks mate. Very kind, but I'm looking for something in the price range of no more than £40 for a 2kg tub, which is what I usually pay via Amazon. Can you match that?



Match it? Nah. Beat it comfortably? Yes!

http://gonutrition.com/gn-whey-protein-80 - Go Whey 80, £31.19 for 2.5kg flavoured (or £26.49 unflavoured)

http://gonutrition.com/problend-5 - Pro Blend 5 - £43.49 for 2.5kg

There's often deals on the whey 80 for 2 x 2.5kg bags for £49, so a smidge under £10/kilo
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Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 07:45:18 (permalink)
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Brands can be posted - no problems within that.

I can send you some samples of our whey concentrate 80 and ProBlend 5 products if you like? Fire your address over in a PM if so

Thanks mate. Very kind, but I'm looking for something in the price range of no more than £40 for a 2kg tub, which is what I usually pay via Amazon. Can you match that?




Reflex Peptide Fusion perfect 33/33/33 blend mixes perfect & Choc peanut butter tastes amazing...!!!! 78% per 100g
Its all ive drank for over 18 months now..!!!! ill never go back to just straight whey now i find these blends fill me up more..!!!!
 
https://www.reflex-nutrition.com/shop/high-protein/peptide-fusion
 
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Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 09:23:18 (permalink)
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This just me, but I don't buy anything that contains a "proprietary blend", (this is an excuse to list a bunch of ingredients and not tell you the quantities.  The only reason not to say what it is is because they are under-dosing you)
Also I don't buy anything without a full amino profile.  Spiking protein full of non-essential aminos/proteins like collagen, taurine or glycene is one tactic to boost your overall grams of protein per serving.  
 
Taste and mixing is secondary.
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Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 09:51:59 (permalink)
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I have been using BSN syntha 6 for years now, mixes perfect, not too thick, tastes great, £35-£39 for 2.2kg
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Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 10:01:33 (permalink)
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£40 for 2kg? I just purchased 2.5kg for £23 from MP, though unflavoured.  The flavoured variety is slightly more.
 
Why don't you use a bulk supplier?  I've never had a problem with any whey or casien products from any of the suppliers listed here regarding not dissolving.

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Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 10:07:37 (permalink)
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Another vote for Reflex Peptide Fusion, mixes well, is around your price point and tastes good too. Good rep for quality as well.
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Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 10:28:56 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby Bodybuilding Warehouse 2015/02/19 12:10:13
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BBW for me, isolate mixes very very easily over concentrate mate so if that's your main concern then for a bit more cash i'd look at this. 
 
There concentrate is very well priced, has a wide variety of flavours and there is a discount code usually around. 
 
Also on a side note, what type of shaker are you using? I've found the ones with the metal ball inside work 100x better than the ones with a plastic sieve or plastic ball inside.
 
I presume you also do put the water/milk in first followed by powder as this could be the cause for sticking!
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Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 10:41:12 (permalink)
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Peptide fusion does not mix well compared to some, a great product but certainly not the best for mixability their is.

Branded I'd go optimum or dymatize, dymatize you can stir it mixes that good and the taste is great, especially choc fudge and cafe mocha.

Having gone through all the bulk suppliers protein which were all good in their own right, I started using smart protein a few months ago now and haven't looked back.

Taste of all the flavours, choc straw vanilla and banana certainly cannot be beaten and it's has good quality whey, not just concentrate, so they get my vote, on the site you can get samples to try first that's what I did then plunged in with a big order, really enjoy it.

If you love something let it go,if it comes back to you it's yours,if it doesn't it never was.
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Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 13:33:35 (permalink)
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Floydy
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Brands can be posted - no problems within that.

I can send you some samples of our whey concentrate 80 and ProBlend 5 products if you like? Fire your address over in a PM if so

Thanks mate. Very kind, but I'm looking for something in the price range of no more than £40 for a 2kg tub, which is what I usually pay via Amazon. Can you match that?


ANYONE can match that your paying way over.
 
Do you not read the supplements section?
 
You can post what names you want there are no restrictions at all on what you can post. In fact it will be helpful to show what you already buy so we can suggest something just as good with the same profile you like for a better price.
post edited by redwing - 2015/02/19 13:48:07



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Re: Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 14:37:55 (permalink)
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Brands can be posted - no problems within that.

I can send you some samples of our whey concentrate 80 and ProBlend 5 products if you like? Fire your address over in a PM if so

Thanks mate. Very kind, but I'm looking for something in the price range of no more than £40 for a 2kg tub, which is what I usually pay via Amazon. Can you match that?



Match it? Nah. Beat it comfortably? Yes!

http://gonutrition.com/gn-whey-protein-80 - Go Whey 80, £31.19 for 2.5kg flavoured (or £26.49 unflavoured)

http://gonutrition.com/problend-5 - Pro Blend 5 - £43.49 for 2.5kg

There's often deals on the whey 80 for 2 x 2.5kg bags for £49, so a smidge under £10/kilo

This is all a bit overwhelming! So grateful for all your replies lads and I now have so many options to think about.
I'll be in touch. Cheers.
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Re: Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 14:48:18 (permalink)
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I personally have found Go Nutrition mixes better with less water then Myprotein but shake it for a second or two more and both are equally the same for me.
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Re: Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 14:55:05 (permalink)
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On a totally different note what shaker you using? I find the wire balls are a lot better than the ones with a grid. More effective.

 
 
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Re: Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 14:57:25 (permalink)
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On a totally different note what shaker you using? I find the wire balls are a lot better than the ones with a grid. More effective.




I actually don't even use the grid or wire balls - I just shake the **** out of it for 5-10 seconds really hard...oooo yeah. Tip -put the milk / water in your shaker first 250ml or whatever you want and then add the scoop. I find if you add the scoop of whey first yes you will get clumps etc.
post edited by Ravi H - 2015/02/19 14:59:12
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Re: Re: Re: Protein shake that mixes properly 2015/02/19 14:59:59 (permalink)
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Can see why BUT funky as fcuk faip only answering a question there 
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