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USN Pure Protein Choc/straw 2280g Powder BBE June 17 at holland and barrett - £16.94 @ Holland and Barrett

£16.94 @ Holland and Barrett
Great price if you like this, bbe not really a problem. Choc/ strawberry both £19.99 Use code puregym that Chanchi32 posted in the free delivery thread for an extra 20% off brings to £16.94. If you… Read More
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3w, 21h agoFound 3 weeks, 21 hours ago
Great price if you like this, bbe not really a problem.

Choc/ strawberry both £19.99 Use code puregym that Chanchi32 posted in the free delivery thread for an extra 20% off brings to £16.94.

If you order 2 you'll get free C+C to shop or local newsagents. or free Standard Del. within 4 working days as its over £20. £31.98 for 2

Use WELCOME17 for free del

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1 Like #1
usn is great to get bigger belly lol
1 Like #2
Two scoops, that won't last long
1 Like #3
agree its low on the protein side at 70% ~
3 Likes #4
nokiafusion
Two scoops, that won't last long


two scoops was ace, he used to do the travelator with ease.
1 Like #5
Was £75.99??
False advertising much?
#6
Think the PUREGYM code has expired
#7
still working here, i think its because you cant use both codes. Someone else added the free del. code to the post


Edited By: dirtyrag on May 04, 2017 21:52
#8
thanks...
#9
Thanks.
For this price + topcashback worse a try.
#10
cheers, got two of these and they were 2018 dates
#11
get an extra 10% using the refer a friend code I used my account as the reference to my wifes account which gave me 2 tubs for £28.78
#12
What are peoples opinion on this protein powder?

EDIT: The 'puregym' code working for me, does not work with the welcome17 code though

Edited By: kashhassan94 on May 05, 2017 19:08: Adding to comment
#13
great deal
#14
nihill
Think the PUREGYM code has expired
think again


kashhassan94
What are peoples opinion on this protein powder?
EDIT: The 'puregym' code working for me, does not work with the welcome17 code though
http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/free-delivery-holland-barrett-2627653#post-comment
4 Likes #15
For those looking to add muscle mass (a lot of young guys out there will fall into this category), I would strongly suggest that you take your £17, buy 17 cans of salmon (which can be had in the pound shop) and instead of having protein shakes everyday, in addition to your normal diet, have 1 can of salmon/day. This will have the effect of adding more muscle and power to your body. If you are really serious, have lots of vegetables; add in a source of starch (rice, potato, pasta, etc) and focus on solid forms of protein (no powders).
These protein supplements really are a poor 2nd best compared to real food. And when I say 2nd best...I mean they are the worst method of adding protein to your diet.
Remember, the most potent way of getting big is by improving your diet (excluding supplements).
A caffeine based pre-workout and creatine are the only supplements which have genuinely added muscle to my body.
if you already have a great diet, then the next step is steroids.... NOT PROTEIN POWDER!

IMO protein powders should be banned, because they do virtually nothing to improve your physique, but people keep buying the stuff. And this is coming from someone who is now 42 years old and tried everything (except for steroids).

Here's how I look at it:
If you bought a TV which didn't work, wouldn't you want a refund? If you bought a toothpaste that did not clean your teeth, would you keep buying more? So why do people keep buying protein powders which don't work...and ignore solid food protein sources, which do work?
#16
rodman
nihill
Think the PUREGYM code has expired
think again
kashhassan94
What are peoples opinion on this protein powder?
EDIT: The 'puregym' code working for me, does not work with the welcome17 code though
http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/free-delivery-holland-barrett-2627653#post-comment

Yeah the welcome17 delivery code works, but it cancels out the puregym discount code.

I.e. One code or the other
#17
any refer a friend codes?
1 Like #18
Usn are decent got there 100% premium whey but you can't beat 'Gold standard' whey best there is period.
3 Likes #19
sunama
For those looking to add muscle mass (a lot of young guys out there will fall into this category), I would strongly suggest that you take your £17, buy 17 cans of salmon (which can be had in the pound shop) and instead of having protein shakes everyday, in addition to your normal diet, have 1 can of salmon/day. This will have the effect of adding more muscle and power to your body. If you are really serious, have lots of vegetables; add in a source of starch (rice, potato, pasta, etc) and focus on solid forms of protein (no powders).
These protein supplements really are a poor 2nd best compared to real food. And when I say 2nd best...I mean they are the worst method of adding protein to your diet.
Remember, the most potent way of getting big is by improving your diet (excluding supplements).
A caffeine based pre-workout and creatine are the only supplements which have genuinely added muscle to my body.
if you already have a great diet, then the next step is steroids.... NOT PROTEIN POWDER!
IMO protein powders should be banned, because they do virtually nothing to improve your physique, but people keep buying the stuff. And this is coming from someone who is now 42 years old and tried everything (except for steroids).
Here's how I look at it:
If you bought a TV which didn't work, wouldn't you want a refund? If you bought a toothpaste that did not clean your teeth, would you keep buying more? So why do people keep buying protein powders which don't work...and ignore solid food protein sources, which do work?

I have to disagree, protein powder is a great way of supplementing your diet to get enough protein in. Yes whole foods should be 90-95% of your intake but for me at 220lb for me to get 220g + if i'm cutting.. of protein in a day is expensive for one and so i 'supplement' that is the key word, with a protein shake after a workout. Not to mention the fact that whey along with milk is easily and quickly absored to replenish my glycogen levels, waiting 30/60 minutes for a steak to cook and digest is not only inconvenient but expensive everyday.

You're not wrong in what you're saying but protein powders are in no means bad and can be effective if you don't have the time or expenses.
1 Like #20
WitnessTheFitness
sunama
For those looking to add muscle mass (a lot of young guys out there will fall into this category), I would strongly suggest that you take your £17, buy 17 cans of salmon (which can be had in the pound shop) and instead of having protein shakes everyday, in addition to your normal diet, have 1 can of salmon/day. This will have the effect of adding more muscle and power to your body. If you are really serious, have lots of vegetables; add in a source of starch (rice, potato, pasta, etc) and focus on solid forms of protein (no powders).
These protein supplements really are a poor 2nd best compared to real food. And when I say 2nd best...I mean they are the worst method of adding protein to your diet.
Remember, the most potent way of getting big is by improving your diet (excluding supplements).
A caffeine based pre-workout and creatine are the only supplements which have genuinely added muscle to my body.
if you already have a great diet, then the next step is steroids.... NOT PROTEIN POWDER!
IMO protein powders should be banned, because they do virtually nothing to improve your physique, but people keep buying the stuff. And this is coming from someone who is now 42 years old and tried everything (except for steroids).
Here's how I look at it:
If you bought a TV which didn't work, wouldn't you want a refund? If you bought a toothpaste that did not clean your teeth, would you keep buying more? So why do people keep buying protein powders which don't work...and ignore solid food protein sources, which do work?

I have to disagree, protein powder is a great way of supplementing your diet to get enough protein in. Yes whole foods should be 90-95% of your intake but for me at 220lb for me to get 220g + if i'm cutting.. of protein in a day is expensive for one and so i 'supplement' that is the key word, with a protein shake after a workout. Not to mention the fact that whey along with milk is easily and quickly absored to replenish my glycogen levels, waiting 30/60 minutes for a steak to cook and digest is not only inconvenient but expensive everyday.

You're not wrong in what you're saying but protein powders are in no means bad and can be effective if you don't have the time or expenses.


Im a vegetarian who finds it difficult to get enough protein on a regular basis, so this is something I'm looking at incorporating. I'm losing weight but my friend advised me to keep my protein intake to the RDA else my body might eat the muscle I already have too.
1 Like #21
Thats aload of crap mate the rda is what 0.36 per pound? I'd make no gains... protein is the most important thing to have when weight training!
I would find it hard as a veggie i mean beans and fish? nuts etc definitely recommend a protein powder 1-2 a day, if you're not bothered about it being cheap get ON its my favourite and argueably the best around.
#22
More protein the better as you're muscles need protein I'm currently having around 150grams a day but I go gym most days and weight train and I'm on a cut so yeah you need the at-least RDA if you're doing more like gym you need 150-200g a day
#23
zan87
WitnessTheFitness
sunama
For those looking to add muscle mass (a lot of young guys out there will fall into this category), I would strongly suggest that you take your £17, buy 17 cans of salmon (which can be had in the pound shop) and instead of having protein shakes everyday, in addition to your normal diet, have 1 can of salmon/day. This will have the effect of adding more muscle and power to your body. If you are really serious, have lots of vegetables; add in a source of starch (rice, potato, pasta, etc) and focus on solid forms of protein (no powders).
These protein supplements really are a poor 2nd best compared to real food. And when I say 2nd best...I mean they are the worst method of adding protein to your diet.
Remember, the most potent way of getting big is by improving your diet (excluding supplements).
A caffeine based pre-workout and creatine are the only supplements which have genuinely added muscle to my body.
if you already have a great diet, then the next step is steroids.... NOT PROTEIN POWDER!
IMO protein powders should be banned, because they do virtually nothing to improve your physique, but people keep buying the stuff. And this is coming from someone who is now 42 years old and tried everything (except for steroids).
Here's how I look at it:
If you bought a TV which didn't work, wouldn't you want a refund? If you bought a toothpaste that did not clean your teeth, would you keep buying more? So why do people keep buying protein powders which don't work...and ignore solid food protein sources, which do work?

I have to disagree, protein powder is a great way of supplementing your diet to get enough protein in. Yes whole foods should be 90-95% of your intake but for me at 220lb for me to get 220g + if i'm cutting.. of protein in a day is expensive for one and so i 'supplement' that is the key word, with a protein shake after a workout. Not to mention the fact that whey along with milk is easily and quickly absored to replenish my glycogen levels, waiting 30/60 minutes for a steak to cook and digest is not only inconvenient but expensive everyday.

You're not wrong in what you're saying but protein powders are in no means bad and can be effective if you don't have the time or expenses.


Im a vegetarian who finds it difficult to get enough protein on a regular basis, so this is something I'm looking at incorporating. I'm losing weight but my friend advised me to keep my protein intake to the RDA else my body might eat the muscle I already have too.


More protein the better as you're muscles need protein I'm currently having around 150grams a day but I go gym most days and weight train and I'm on a cut so yeah you need the at-least RDA if you're doing more like gym you need 150-200g a day
1 Like #24
sunama
For those looking to add muscle mass (a lot of young guys out there will fall into this category), I would strongly suggest that you take your £17, buy 17 cans of salmon (which can be had in the pound shop) and instead of having protein shakes everyday, in addition to your normal diet, have 1 can of salmon/day. This will have the effect of adding more muscle and power to your body. If you are really serious, have lots of vegetables; add in a source of starch (rice, potato, pasta, etc) and focus on solid forms of protein (no powders).
These protein supplements really are a poor 2nd best compared to real food. And when I say 2nd best...I mean they are the worst method of adding protein to your diet.
Remember, the most potent way of getting big is by improving your diet (excluding supplements).
A caffeine based pre-workout and creatine are the only supplements which have genuinely added muscle to my body.
if you already have a great diet, then the next step is steroids.... NOT PROTEIN POWDER!

IMO protein powders should be banned, because they do virtually nothing to improve your physique, but people keep buying the stuff. And this is coming from someone who is now 42 years old and tried everything (except for steroids).

Here's how I look at it:
If you bought a TV which didn't work, wouldn't you want a refund? If you bought a toothpaste that did not clean your teeth, would you keep buying more? So why do people keep buying protein powders which don't work...and ignore solid food protein sources, which do work?


Go home Roger...
#25
Referred by a friend 10% off works on top of 20% puregym
#26
zan87
WitnessTheFitness
sunama
For those looking to add muscle mass (a lot of young guys out there will fall into this category), I would strongly suggest that you take your £17, buy 17 cans of salmon (which can be had in the pound shop) and instead of having protein shakes everyday, in addition to your normal diet, have 1 can of salmon/day. This will have the effect of adding more muscle and power to your body. If you are really serious, have lots of vegetables; add in a source of starch (rice, potato, pasta, etc) and focus on solid forms of protein (no powders).
These protein supplements really are a poor 2nd best compared to real food. And when I say 2nd best...I mean they are the worst method of adding protein to your diet.
Remember, the most potent way of getting big is by improving your diet (excluding supplements).
A caffeine based pre-workout and creatine are the only supplements which have genuinely added muscle to my body.
if you already have a great diet, then the next step is steroids.... NOT PROTEIN POWDER!
IMO protein powders should be banned, because they do virtually nothing to improve your physique, but people keep buying the stuff. And this is coming from someone who is now 42 years old and tried everything (except for steroids).
Here's how I look at it:
If you bought a TV which didn't work, wouldn't you want a refund? If you bought a toothpaste that did not clean your teeth, would you keep buying more? So why do people keep buying protein powders which don't work...and ignore solid food protein sources, which do work?
I have to disagree, protein powder is a great way of supplementing your diet to get enough protein in. Yes whole foods should be 90-95% of your intake but for me at 220lb for me to get 220g + if i'm cutting.. of protein in a day is expensive for one and so i 'supplement' that is the key word, with a protein shake after a workout. Not to mention the fact that whey along with milk is easily and quickly absored to replenish my glycogen levels, waiting 30/60 minutes for a steak to cook and digest is not only inconvenient but expensive everyday.
You're not wrong in what you're saying but protein powders are in no means bad and can be effective if you don't have the time or expenses.
Im a vegetarian who finds it difficult to get enough protein on a regular basis, so this is something I'm looking at incorporating. I'm losing weight but my friend advised me to keep my protein intake to the RDA else my body might eat the muscle I already have too.

Be careful as a lot of these protein powder are not vegetarian friendly
#27
sunama
For those looking to add muscle mass (a lot of young guys out there will fall into this category), I would strongly suggest that you take your £17, buy 17 cans of salmon (which can be had in the pound shop) and instead of having protein shakes everyday, in addition to your normal diet, have 1 can of salmon/day. This will have the effect of adding more muscle and power to your body. If you are really serious, have lots of vegetables; add in a source of starch (rice, potato, pasta, etc) and focus on solid forms of protein (no powders).
These protein supplements really are a poor 2nd best compared to real food. And when I say 2nd best...I mean they are the worst method of adding protein to your diet.
Remember, the most potent way of getting big is by improving your diet (excluding supplements).
A caffeine based pre-workout and creatine are the only supplements which have genuinely added muscle to my body.
if you already have a great diet, then the next step is steroids.... NOT PROTEIN POWDER!
IMO protein powders should be banned, because they do virtually nothing to improve your physique, but people keep buying the stuff. And this is coming from someone who is now 42 years old and tried everything (except for steroids).
Here's how I look at it:
If you bought a TV which didn't work, wouldn't you want a refund? If you bought a toothpaste that did not clean your teeth, would you keep buying more? So why do people keep buying protein powders which don't work...and ignore solid food protein sources, which do work?

True, a pack of nuts has more protein than most supplements, protein bars etc.
#28
Use my refer a friend name - Dpd Parcel - for an extra 5% off
#29
zan87
WitnessTheFitness
sunama
For those looking to add muscle mass (a lot of young guys out there will fall into this category), I would strongly suggest that you take your £17, buy 17 cans of salmon (which can be had in the pound shop) and instead of having protein shakes everyday, in addition to your normal diet, have 1 can of salmon/day. This will have the effect of adding more muscle and power to your body. If you are really serious, have lots of vegetables; add in a source of starch (rice, potato, pasta, etc) and focus on solid forms of protein (no powders).
These protein supplements really are a poor 2nd best compared to real food. And when I say 2nd best...I mean they are the worst method of adding protein to your diet.
Remember, the most potent way of getting big is by improving your diet (excluding supplements).
A caffeine based pre-workout and creatine are the only supplements which have genuinely added muscle to my body.
if you already have a great diet, then the next step is steroids.... NOT PROTEIN POWDER!
IMO protein powders should be banned, because they do virtually nothing to improve your physique, but people keep buying the stuff. And this is coming from someone who is now 42 years old and tried everything (except for steroids).
Here's how I look at it:
If you bought a TV which didn't work, wouldn't you want a refund? If you bought a toothpaste that did not clean your teeth, would you keep buying more? So why do people keep buying protein powders which don't work...and ignore solid food protein sources, which do work?
I have to disagree, protein powder is a great way of supplementing your diet to get enough protein in. Yes whole foods should be 90-95% of your intake but for me at 220lb for me to get 220g + if i'm cutting.. of protein in a day is expensive for one and so i 'supplement' that is the key word, with a protein shake after a workout. Not to mention the fact that whey along with milk is easily and quickly absored to replenish my glycogen levels, waiting 30/60 minutes for a steak to cook and digest is not only inconvenient but expensive everyday.
You're not wrong in what you're saying but protein powders are in no means bad and can be effective if you don't have the time or expenses.
Im a vegetarian who finds it difficult to get enough protein on a regular basis, so this is something I'm looking at incorporating. I'm losing weight but my friend advised me to keep my protein intake to the RDA else my body might eat the muscle I already have too.


Try beans good for protein !!! Will make you fart but such is life
1 Like #30
Thanks to those who've replied to my post. I'll keep an eye out for non veggie ones. Also, if I eat more beans or chickpeas, I'll go crackers
2 Likes #31
Yes you may go crack-Ass lol
#32
Beans beans the more you eat the more you fart and that'll be the start!! oO
#33
oos
#34
received mine today dated 09/17 cheers

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