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5kg Whey Protein Powder(Nutrisport - 90+ Protein) 37% off - £42.75 @discount-supplements.co.uk

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Whey Protein - Nutrisport - 90+ Protein 5kgs I think this is a January sale item and I'm not sure if it will remain this price after the 31st of this month. The price equates to £8.55/kg. … Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Whey Protein - Nutrisport - 90+ Protein 5kgs

I think this is a January sale item and I'm not sure if it will remain this price after the 31st of this month. The price equates to £8.55/kg.


I have never seen whey protein of this quality at this price before. It is 37% off, reduced from £68 down to £42.75 and free delivery too. You can't compare this to any old protein powder, this is 90% protein. Most other whey protein powders contain a much lower protein percentage. Anybody who knows about body building will understand the significance of that. The rule is usually higher the protein content the higher the price. But even when compared to the very cheapest and low protein content protein powders the price for this product is almost unmatchable anywhere.

Not only that but the more you buy the more they discount it. If you buy two units you end up paying £40.61 per unit which is 40% off the original price. Or if you buy four units the price drops to £38.48 per unit which is 43% off.

There is a choice between Chocolate, Strawberry, Banana, Vanilla and Rasberry flavour.

Nutrisport 90+ Protein helps to build and protect outstanding muscle growth. We all know that we need protein to build and repair muscles. But did you also know that new studies show that protein also maintains your muscle during periods when you can't workout as much as you would like? Keep what you have worked so hard to build with Nutrisport 90+ Protein!

Protein is an essential nutrient to the body. As well as aiding repairs to skin and body generally, it is vital for repair and growth of muscle tissue. When you want to bulk up, you need more protein than you can get from your normal diet. Supplementation is therefore required in addition to normal meals. Protein drinks should be taken daily between normal meals. It is also advisable to increase carbohydrates when supplementing with protein as this helps with absorption, as well as providing energy resources.

Nutrisport 90+ Protein has all the essential and nonessential amino acids and has been re-formulated with Micellar Casein. The combination of Micellar Casein and Whey ensure that you have a rapid yet prolonged release of protein into your body. 90+ is perfect for serious body builders, strength athletes and those on high protein diets.

Per 53g:
Calories: 199.2
Protein: 45.58g
Carbohydrates: 3.6g
Of which Sugars: 2.5g
Fats: 1.48g
Of Which Saturates: 1.48g
Fibre: 1.0g
Sodium: 0.047g
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#1
Woahhhh the cold voters are hitting this in their droves. No feedback of course...
1 Like #3
I bought 2 tubs of this months ago and I'm still not even finished with the first one! I paid about £90 for the 2 tubs so they must've been round about this price (I remember there was some sort of offer on them) and it mixes well and tastes good (I got Bananana flavour following people's feedback). Plus, you get a free shaker at the mo so a pretty good deal overall.

Protein deals are always voted down on here and of course, negative voters hardly ever leave feedback!! Have voted it hot as this is decent stuff and worth the cost - especially compared to the lower quality products out there - so at least my 8 points of heat will bring it back up a bit... (_;)
#4
Thanks for finding it cheaper deadhac, am pleased to say I am running low on supplies, little over a kilo left. So I'll probably be choosing one of the sites you suggested... :) Thanks for the heat davesherman. :P
#5
Nutrisport is rubbish quality. I used it when i started out coz it was the cheapest but soon learnt. This may be 90% protein but its not 90%whey its 65% whey and 33% casein. Buying protein is a risky business because some of the so called 'respectable' brands you pay mainly for gimmicks and marketing, ie maximuscle, but at the opposite end you get people who assume the cheapest is best, ie myprotein. The main thing to find out is where the company sources their protein from because not all protein is the same, and not even all whey is equal. If you're paying a decent amount and putting the effort in with training its not worth selling yourself short with nutrition.
1 Like #6
Just checked - I bought 2 tubs from Superfit back in Sept for £41.55 plus there was a £5 voucher floating about -so was £78.10 in total! :3 The price on these usually fluctuates round about the £40 - £45 a tub mark.

Superfit have a 10% off voucher at the mo (http://www.superfit.co.uk/10-Off-Offer?mode=grid&utm_source=onsite&utm_medium=thinbanner&utm_campaign=winterSale_further/) valid til Monday so if you buy 2 tubs it'd work out to £40.49 each (_;)
#7
peteh123
Nutrisport is rubbish quality. I used it when i started out coz it was the cheapest but soon learnt. This may be 90% protein but its not 90%whey its 65% whey and 33% casein. Buying protein is a risky business because some of the so called 'respectable' brands you pay mainly for gimmicks and marketing, ie maximuscle, but at the opposite end you get people who assume the cheapest is best, ie myprotein. The main thing to find out is where the company sources their protein from because not all protein is the same, and not even all whey is equal. If you're paying a decent amount and putting the effort in with training its not worth selling yourself short with nutrition.


Which do you recommend then?
#8
I buy in bulk direct from the manufacturer, but if i couldnt get that i would buy optimum nutrition gold standard whey. Im not saying theres only one good brand but that there are a lot of poor protein products around so try and do your research before buying.

Edited By: peteh123 on Jan 29, 2011 16:32
1 Like #9
peteh123
Nutrisport is rubbish quality.


No it's not. It is not stating that it is whey. It is stating it is protein. That can be made up from whey concentrate, whey isolate, casein, milk protein etc etc


This may be 90% protein but its not 90%whey its 65% whey and 33% casein.


And that is undesirable because? Please don't reply stating rate of absorbtion because I'll just reply with a host of clinical studies which will condradict any that you find to suggest that whey alone is superior in terms of synthesis.


Buying protein is a risky business because some of the so called 'respectable' brands you pay mainly for gimmicks and marketing, ie maximuscle


agree


but at the opposite end you get people who assume the cheapest is best, ie myprotein.


Good value but proving "best" or otherwise would be unbelievably hard.


The main thing to find out is where the company sources their protein from


Good luck with that! I really can't see a supplier stating where their whey is sourced, whether it is Vydex, suppleform or whoever. Bottom line, if you are that bothered that you are not getting what you paid for, then send it for testing to ILS, RSSL, Eclipse Scientific or whoever.
#10
Just FYI I do not use 90+
#11
Alright I wasn't trying to flame anyone or anything I'm just saying from my experience (I started my own protein company a few years back) it opened my eyes to a lot of the business side of it and the way in which many companies who the general public perceive as respectable or even good value are in fact ran with no concern for the product and how it works, just the business and profit, ie. the cheapest protein one can source in order to provide the highest mark-up. Now I'm not sayin all are like this and that all products are bad just that it is extremely hard to really know what to trust and what not to trust. I admit me saying "this product is rubbish" was a bit harsh,more that I would say there are better products worth looking at. I'm not claiming to have infinte scientific wisdom to back up all I say just that as a consumer i think this site exists to advise people against getting 'ripped off', so to speak, and i felt what i have seen of the business side of the sports supplement market, that I should advise people to try and do what reasearch they can before buying. Clearly you've made your point that researching sources and getting lab tests is not realistic, but what do you suggest, that people just buy the cheapest product and be done with it? Instead of arguing against me can you not shed any light on how the consumer could make the right choice? Apologies if i sound sarcastic, I'm genuinely asking for your input because you sound as if you know your stuff so any advice would be helpful to the discussion.

And in response to the casein argument, I am in no way against casein, I see it as important as whey in supplementation, I was just making the point that in terms of value casein is a lot cheaper than whey, so I feel if you buy the two seperately it represents better value for money than simply the gimmick of a company selling a high protein product at whey-isolate prices that has a considerable percentage of casein. And you are also able to consume whey at times when you may want whey without casein.


Edited By: peteh123 on Jan 29, 2011 17:51
#12
peteh123
but what do you suggest, that people just buy the cheapest product and be done with it?


No. My advice would be to look at respected companies that are ISO certified that can provide regular independant lab tests for the whey that they sell. When you have a shortlist, then compare prices. For the record I use myprotein as they have the necessary requisites in place yet do not have 'big brand' marketing budgets to fulfill. As such, I can get 5KG of flavoured/sweetened whey concentrate (I do not consider isolate worthy of the considerable extra £££) for under £40.

As a glaring comparison (they are comparable products), the same 5KG of maximuscle Promax will set you back a staggering £166. Even with the current 33% discount, the price is still a remortgage forcing £116

And in response to the casein argument, I am in no way against casein, I see it as important as whey in supplementation, I was just making the point that in terms of value casein is a lot cheaper than whey, so I feel if you buy the two seperately it represents better value for money than simply the gimmick of a company selling a high protein product at whey-isolate prices that has a considerable percentage of casein.


Last time I checked calcium caseinate was at similar prices to isolate, but if it has nove-dived I take your point as I am too in favour of only paying and consuming what you want, not what a manufacturer thinks you want (or need).
#13
I thought protein was the most important thing, not where you get it from. If it's chicken breast, pork scratchings or whatever. Just as long as you consume enough of it. Is that not right?
#14
davesherman
Just checked - I bought 2 tubs from Superfit back in Sept for £41.55 plus there was a £5 voucher floating about -so was £78.10 in total! :3 The price on these usually fluctuates round about the £40 - £45 a tub mark.Superfit have a 10% off voucher at the mo (http://www.superfit.co.uk/10-Off-Offer?mode=grid&utm_source=onsite&utm_medium=thinbanner&utm_campaign=winterSale_further/) valid til Monday so if you buy 2 tubs it'd work out to £40.49 each (_;)


Thanks for the 10% voucher!
#15
NUMBER8GAMESTER
I thought protein was the most important thing, not where you get it from. If it's chicken breast, pork scratchings or whatever. Just as long as you consume enough of it. Is that not right?


The diet as a whole is the most important thing, not a supplement which supplements the diet. Try to obtain protein from different sources, so chicken, tuna, beef, eggs, turkey, some oily fish for fats etc etc. Then add a decent protein supplement to fill in the gaps: A whey shake is convienient :-)
#16
I'm not qualified to argue with anyone and I am not any kind of body builder - I run maybe 20 miles a week split over 4 sessions and add in a few sit ups, press ups etc - but I bought some of this

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/9251087/Trail/searchtext%3EPROTEIN.htm

from Argos while it was on a 3 for 2 offer - so £20 for 4.5kg.

I haven't tried any other brand but I will say that it mixes well with water, is a pleasant enough drink and works out cheaper than powdered milk shake.

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