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ForGoodnessShakes Recovery Powder Free Sample

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Free sample of their post workout/exercise recovery powder, just add water!
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Free sample of their post workout/exercise recovery powder, just add water!
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#1
Yummy.Thanks.
#2
Somehow I've had this before or as they put it - We hate spam, just like you.

Charming. Would of liked to try but now, no chance will they get any shot at my custom with automated messages like that.
#3
nice 1!
#4
Can't wait to see Mrs fjentes face when she receives this.Thanks
#5
This was available last summer too. Didn't receive anything then and won't let me claim another sample.
#6
thank you
#7
I took part in a taste sample with these guys, last summer, sent me two full size bottles of banana shake and asked me to do taste test and fill online report. worth a go.
#8
I have had this before. The stuff tastes horrible!
#9
got my free sample last time around. used after 100 mile cycle and worked as well as other recovery drinks.
#10
This stuff is great. seems nicer as a powder mixed with water than the pre-mixed drinks. Plus it's free ;)
#11
Thanks
#12
This stuff is a joke, got the free sample last time and it is literally just skimmed milk powder with sugar. All this rubbish about world class recovery and these so called world leading companies in sports nutrition jump on the protein bandwagon and think that by selling powdered milk as a high protein drink this constitutes a recovery drink!! Lucozade did it recently with their sports nutrition range, a real let down for a scientifically advanced company. Similar to the 'Maximuxcle Maxi-milk' deal on here a while back- again just milk and sugar.
#13
Got this stuff last time it was posted... very nice, but doesn't compare to myprotein products!
#14
peteh123
This stuff is a joke, got the free sample last time and it is literally just skimmed milk powder with sugar. All this rubbish about world class recovery and these so called world leading companies in sports nutrition jump on the protein bandwagon and think that by selling powdered milk as a high protein drink this constitutes a recovery drink!! Lucozade did it recently with their sports nutrition range, a real let down for a scientifically advanced company. Similar to the 'Maximuxcle Maxi-milk' deal on here a while back- again just milk and sugar.

What did you expect it to contain in powdered form a couple of bananas and some oats? They do contain vitamins and nutrients as do the other products you've mentioned. I suggest if you want a more protein packed drink make your own.
#15
do_you_over
What did you expect it to contain in powdered form a couple of bananas and some oats? They do contain vitamins and nutrients as do the other products you've mentioned. I suggest if you want a more protein packed drink make your own.


Yes that's what I want it to contain, the perfect high protein foods - oats and a banana! X)

This is a deals site, granted this is a free sample so in this respect one can't really complain, but my comments are on the product as a whole, and I stand by what I say. As a, and I quote, "world first" in sports nutrition this is a very poor product. Anyone who knows anything about nutrition will tell you that skimmed-milk powder and 52.4g of sugar (and, yes, in this case it is mostly sucrose) does not constitute a world-leading sports nutrition product, regardless of whether it contains 'vitamins and nutrients'. You would be no worse off if you just bought a Frijj milkshake and took a multivitamin, and you'd save yourself a bit of money on these overpriced products. Or even to take it one step further, buy 4 pints of milk and a bag of sugar and you're sorted- by this example that would also be a world first in sports nutrition!!

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