Bio Synergy whey better 400g Protein Powder - £4.25 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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About 20 vairious tubs still available in Edmonton Green Tescos N9
Was £16.99
Best before 09/12

Award winning, easy to mix protein shake, providing over 25g of protein per 30g serving, along with all essential amino acids. Zero fat, zero carbs and low calorie. Ideal sports nutrition for anyone looking to supplement their diet with additional protein for health, strength, performance or weight management. Suitable for ages 18+.

Banana, chocolate, strawberry or vanilla.
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#1
looks decent
#2
Why the negatives?
#3
Anybody know a decent protein (+creatine maybe) powder without artificial sweeteners?
#4
Dommett
Anybody know a decent protein (+creatine maybe) powder without artificial sweeteners?


Dunno if this will do the trick for your:

http://www.discount-supplements.co.uk/sports-supplements-whey-protein-sci-mentor-twister-1-5kg
Has Creatine, uses sucralose, does not use aspartame & acesulfame-k
#5
ramraideruk
Why the negatives?


Because it's still relatively expensive for a whey protein. I'm paying around £8 per kilo. This works out at over £10 per kilo.

Original price of £16.99 for 400g is just taking the p*ss

Edited By: BritishDragon on Mar 11, 2011 10:50
#6
Dommett
Anybody know a decent protein (+creatine maybe) powder without artificial sweeteners?


http://www.myprotein.com/uk/products/hurricane_xs

If you want a "mass" product ie. includes carbs too.

If you just want whey then:

http://www.myprotein.com/uk/products/impact_whey_protein

and gobble 5g creatine separately
#7
Dommett
Anybody know a decent protein (+creatine maybe) powder without artificial sweeteners?

Because maybe eating healthily is a better option than pumping supplements and steriods into your body?
#8
UncleWilly
Because maybe eating healthily is a better option than pumping supplements and
steriods into your body?


That is indeed the comment from somebody that knows little on the subject, do you read the Daily Mail by any chance?
#9
UncleWilly
Dommett
Anybody know a decent protein (+creatine maybe) powder without artificial sweeteners?


Because maybe eating healthily is a better option than pumping supplements and steriods into your body?

How do you equate whey protein with steroids? This is an idiotic statement of epic proportions.

Edited By: ramraideruk on Mar 11, 2011 12:39
#10
lol @ Daily Mail reader. Bloody typical.
#11
This is a very good deal. Unfortunately it must be store specific as there's none in my local store at this price - they're all full price.

I just paid £12.99 plus £2.95 delivery for 1kg. This works out £12.75 for 1.2kg so a bargain if you can get it.

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