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Myprotein 3kg impact diet whey protein powder (35g protein per serving) - £20.99

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Use discount code FOUR at checkout. Delivery is £1.99. Total £22.98. Myprotein’s Impact Diet Whey has been carefully and intelligently designed by an experienced and innovative team of experts to s… Read More
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Use discount code FOUR at checkout. Delivery is £1.99. Total £22.98.

Myprotein’s Impact Diet Whey has been carefully and intelligently designed by an experienced and innovative team of experts to support all of your training goals. It contains a unique blend of Whey Protein and Milk Protein Concentrate, which are combined with carbohydrates. Complimentary ingredients, including Green Tea Extract, Acetyl-L-Carnitine and Essential Fatty Acids have been added.

What are the Key Benefits?

Each serving (2 large scoops) provides you with 35g of high-quality protein. All of your organs and muscles are essentially built from proteins. These are the body’s building blocks, which contribute to the growth, maintenance and repair of lean muscle mass.Beta-Glucans (derived from the added oats) will contribute to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels.Available in 6 delicious flavours that can be mixed with Greek yoghurts, smoothies, pancakes and even desserts.
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#1
Total Oats and Whey Strawberry Cream 5kg for £17.99 + p&p with discount code FOUR
#2
doesn't help much, how big is a serving.....
I imagine its the 80% stuff? good price if it is.

unless its like the maxi nutrition stuff and its 40-60% which is naff
#3
djames108
doesn't help much, how big is a serving.....
I imagine its the 80% stuff? good price if it is.
unless its like the maxi nutrition stuff and its 40-60% which is naff

it says DIET whey... usually a word diet means the protein % is lower than regular wpc. in this case as far as I remember it has around 60% of protein content
#4
djames108
doesn't help much, how big is a serving.....
I imagine its the 80% stuff? good price if it is.

unless its like the maxi nutrition stuff and its 40-60% which is naff


Think it's 70%
#5
modestasm
djames108
doesn't help much, how big is a serving.....
I imagine its the 80% stuff? good price if it is.
unless its like the maxi nutrition stuff and its 40-60% which is naff

it says DIET whey... usually a word diet means the protein % is lower than regular wpc. in this case as far as I remember it has around 60% of protein content


Yep, 58%.
#6
so isit good or not, i've been going gym for 2 months now and need protein
#7
hasj2
so isit good or not, i've been going gym for 2 months now and need protein


id go for the isolate 80% or even the 90% stuff
#8
hasj2
so isit good or not, i've been going gym for 2 months now and need protein


For £7 it isn't too bad! Just add milk to up the protein content per serving.
#9
hasj2
so isit good or not, i've been going gym for 2 months now and need protein
would be cheaper to buy eggs, chicken, fish, peanut butter, cottage cheese etc from supermarkets :)
#10
hasj2
so isit good or not, i've been going gym for 2 months now and need protein


In my opinions better than isolate..

Contains green tea extract which aids fat metabolism, also contains some oats which is good at filling you up and great for having a snack throughout the day and in work and provides energy!
#11
hasj2
so isit good or not, i've been going gym for 2 months now and need protein


Always best to have a supplement aswell as food to increase needed protein. 2 egg Omellette is 20g of protein. Ideally you need 1-1.5g of protein for every pound of bodyweight. So shakes do help aswell as food intake. Remember to use creatine before or after workout. :)
#12
Good price but I'd just go for their impact whey, not much difference in price once you factor in the protein content.
#13
how does this compare with the USN (hardcore all-in-one) and Maxi (max sustain and rebuild)?
#14
This stuff doesn't mix well, definitely not as well as the impact whey. I went for this the last time it was on offer and won't get it again.

The impact whey is high protein content and mixing great as well.
#15
just get impact whey. I've been taking it with creatine for many years and got good results.

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