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2011/03/30 08:17:19 (permalink)
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Repetitive protein question - sorry

Have the majority of the time used MRPs to bulk up, but currently sitting at 103kg which is where I want to be.
 
Switching over to whey alone now, and I would just like a heads up of the cheapest trusted supplier out there.
 
Dont want to spend too much, maybe 40-50£ but would like as much as possible for that lmao.
 
Any help will be appreciated

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    EnfantTerrible
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    Re:Repetitive protein question - sorry 2011/03/30 08:32:53 (permalink)
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    The most likely answer will be to use the pricematch at myprotein against bodybuildingwarehouse and get 5kg for about £40.
     
    However, I've started having Nutrisport 90+ which was also 5kg for £40 and it's a blend so a mix of fast and slow release protein. Doesn't taste as nice as MP or BBW protein but I'm not in it for the taste.
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    Re:Repetitive protein question - sorry 2011/03/30 08:45:34 (permalink)
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    Do Nutrisport still put pea protein in their 90+
     
    You will get a number of recommendations for a bulk whey supplier - the big players in the game are reputable. May be worth getting some samples and finding a flavour/supplier you like.
     
    Between meals I use a blend myself, usually go for a low carb one but again mix it up - having hard and fast rules only works so far I have found.
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    Re:Repetitive protein question - sorry 2011/03/30 08:51:30 (permalink)
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    Big Les
    Do Nutrisport still put pea protein in their 90+

    Not as far as I know. There's a Vegan version which is made up of pea protein but regular 90+ is Whey, Micellar Casein and a load of amino acids.
    S777
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    Re:Repetitive protein question - sorry 2011/03/30 13:55:30 (permalink)
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    not interested in brand, just after as much whey as possible for my money!
     
    Keep hearing people getting 5kg for 50 quid, stuff like that, from where?
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    Re:Repetitive protein question - sorry 2011/03/30 14:22:59 (permalink)
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    S777

    not interested in brand, just after as much whey as possible for my money!

    Keep hearing people getting 5kg for 50 quid, stuff like that, from where?

    As mentioned above, did you try price matcher?
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    Re:Repetitive protein question - sorry 2011/03/30 14:52:49 (permalink)
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    Big Les

    Do Nutrisport still put pea protein in their 90+

    You will get a number of recommendations for a bulk whey supplier - the big players in the game are reputable. May be worth getting some samples and finding a flavour/supplier you like.

    Between meals I use a blend myself, usually go for a low carb one but again mix it up - having hard and fast rules only works so far I have found.

     
    Last time i checked they listed pea fibre in the ingredients.


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    Re:Repetitive protein question - sorry 2011/03/30 15:03:44 (permalink)
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    The Graduate

    Big Les

    Do Nutrisport still put pea protein in their 90+

    You will get a number of recommendations for a bulk whey supplier - the big players in the game are reputable. May be worth getting some samples and finding a flavour/supplier you like.

    Between meals I use a blend myself, usually go for a low carb one but again mix it up - having hard and fast rules only works so far I have found.


    Last time i checked they listed pea fibre in the ingredients.

    Ah, oui.
     
    Undenatured Cross-Flow Microfiltered Whey Protein Isolate (65%), Isolated Undenatured Micellar Casein (33%), Stabiliser (Pea Fibre), Sweetners (Cyclamate, Saccharin), Natural Flavour.
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    Re:Repetitive protein question - sorry 2011/03/30 15:16:05 (permalink)
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    is there something dodgy with pea protein then?
     
    i use to have nutrisport 90+ a few years back excellent value for the money, not the best tasting in the world but its drinkable and imo tasted ok
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    Re:Repetitive protein question - sorry 2011/03/30 15:20:45 (permalink)
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    I don't think the pea is being used as a protein source...
     
    You're right Bulldog, it's not amazing but tastes OK and does the job.
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