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41 grams of sugar in every 100 grams. This is not good for you.
Good price so not voting cold but I don't understand the point of mass gainers. Unless you are taking steroids, there is only so much muscle you can build in a given amount of time. Most people taking these products just end up developing a gut. Just add Bananas, Oats and Peanut butter in your protein shake and it will have pretty much the same effect.
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Hi and welcome along with your first post. ..
Im right in guessing this is protein and for the amount / £ I think there is better to be had ..
Oh just looked and you have posted the wrong deal. The deal is 1900g for £10..
Change this and expect so heat. It is now a great deal.. well done.
Edited by: "nokiafusion" 24th Aug
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Plus spend £40 and get £10 off using code BANKHOLIDAY. so if you buy 4 your getting 7.6kg of protein for £30.. that’s a ridiculous price. Wowzer
41 grams of sugar in every 100 grams. This is not good for you.
This needs to be changed and it will get heat straight away!!
Zaphod9924/08/2019 19:13

41 grams of sugar in every 100 grams. This is not good for you.


BuT iT's ChEaP pRoTeIn
9.5% TCB, can use with voucher. Also £2.50 bonus on TCB.
Update the title OP and include the word "protein" to catch people who have protein as a keyword alert and this would go very hot!
Zaphod9924/08/2019 19:13

41 grams of sugar in every 100 grams. This is not good for you.


35g per serving. The same as a can of coke. Its not *that* bad...
Good price so not voting cold but I don't understand the point of mass gainers. Unless you are taking steroids, there is only so much muscle you can build in a given amount of time. Most people taking these products just end up developing a gut. Just add Bananas, Oats and Peanut butter in your protein shake and it will have pretty much the same effect.
Will these help the size of my chappy?
An actual good deal on protein in overpriced h and b. Amazing. Heat.
saucymonk24/08/2019 21:35

Will these help the size of my chappy?


Yes but it will give you diabetes so might not be such a chipper chappy!
gazdoubleu24/08/2019 22:02

Yes but it will give you diabetes so might not be such a chipper chappy!


Thanks for the advice!
Zaphod9924/08/2019 19:13

41 grams of sugar in every 100 grams. This is not good for you.


You do not know what you are talking about! Guzzle these down willy nilly yes I agree it won't do you no favours.
However used at the right times of day with the correct diet and it's bloody good value that I doubt will be beat anywhere else.
Is it correct to say this isn’t really a “protein shake” as it only has 27g of protein per 100g VS Whey protein around 80g per 100g - I.e not much use for muscle recovery?
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I don't think people realise what sugar does to insulin or hormones in regards to muscular development in here.

Stay away from sugar filled powders if you actually want to make "gains".
barryl8525/08/2019 10:08

I don't think people realise what sugar does to insulin or hormones in …I don't think people realise what sugar does to insulin or hormones in regards to muscular development in here. Stay away from sugar filled powders if you actually want to make "gains".


I'm not sure you do either with a comment like that.
Scott120725/08/2019 08:18

Is it correct to say this isn’t really a “protein shake” as it only has 27g …Is it correct to say this isn’t really a “protein shake” as it only has 27g of protein per 100g VS Whey protein around 80g per 100g - I.e not much use for muscle recovery?


Yes it's a protein shake diluted with sugar etc which costs way way less than protein and which is why this is so cheap
Bargainhunter_1325/08/2019 11:36

I'm not sure you do either with a comment like that.


Why don't you enlighten us, always good to learn new things
Not a single poster understands what a mass gainer is. This isn't a protein shake it's made to help you boost your calorie count in order to build mass. You can't build mass without a calorie surplus. Never ised these myself but its for people who want to bulk up
Badatch25/08/2019 12:28

Not a single poster understands what a mass gainer is. This isn't a …Not a single poster understands what a mass gainer is. This isn't a protein shake it's made to help you boost your calorie count in order to build mass. You can't build mass without a calorie surplus. Never ised these myself but its for people who want to bulk up


Lol thanks for that insightful information.
What I've forgot about in regards to building muscle I doubt you've learnt yet.
Forget all this c** and get it all from food.
If you have to use an actual protein shake then hydro whey.
Most expensive per gram but your body will digest it better therefore allowing your body to concentrate on getting the best out of it.
MentalFloss25/08/2019 12:15

Why don't you enlighten us, always good to learn new things


Or an hour on Google and you'll understand the basics
I've better things to do then write an essay to the lazy or uneducated.
I might of made a few basic points but I'm about to board a plane.
Happy researching
Bargainhunter_1325/08/2019 12:39

Lol thanks for that insightful information.What I've forgot about in …Lol thanks for that insightful information.What I've forgot about in regards to building muscle I doubt you've learnt yet.Forget all this c** and get it all from food.If you have to use an actual protein shake then hydro whey.Most expensive per gram but your body will digest it better therefore allowing your body to concentrate on getting the best out of it.


Bulking and a quality diet costs money. Not everyone can afford it or stomach it. This is for those who can't afford or can get enough food. Yes quality matters but i see people day in day out look the same because they dont eat nearly enough and only look at protein as their main priortiy.
Badatch25/08/2019 12:28

Not a single poster understands what a mass gainer is. This isn't a …Not a single poster understands what a mass gainer is. This isn't a protein shake it's made to help you boost your calorie count in order to build mass. You can't build mass without a calorie surplus. Never ised these myself but its for people who want to bulk up


But what happens when you gain that weight and your maintainence calorie requirement increases proportionately? Keep taking this? It's better and more sustainable to change your diet and add more calories if you want to bulk up
Badatch25/08/2019 12:57

Bulking and a quality diet costs money. Not everyone can afford it or …Bulking and a quality diet costs money. Not everyone can afford it or stomach it. This is for those who can't afford or can get enough food. Yes quality matters but i see people day in day out look the same because they dont eat nearly enough and only look at protein as their main priortiy.


At lidl, 1kg of instant oats cost 75p. Peanut butter is 3.9 quid for a kg and Bananas are 10-15p per piece. Not that expensive for anyone to afford
MentalFloss25/08/2019 12:58

But what happens when you gain that weight and your maintainence calorie …But what happens when you gain that weight and your maintainence calorie requirement increases proportionately? Keep taking this? It's better and more sustainable to change your diet and add more calories if you want to bulk up


Nothing wrong with boosting your calorie count with something this calorie dense. I'd be surpirse if you need a really huge amount more calories than before after a finishing a bulk to maintain.
MentalFloss25/08/2019 13:02

At lidl, 1kg of instant oats cost 75p. Peanut butter is 3.9 quid for a kg …At lidl, 1kg of instant oats cost 75p. Peanut butter is 3.9 quid for a kg and Bananas are 10-15p per piece. Not that expensive for anyone to afford


Yeah fairly affordable to be honest always forget about glorious oats. But its the peanut butter than will give your calories here
paulcdf24/08/2019 20:28

35g per serving. The same as a can of coke. Its not *that* bad...



If you're comparing health food to a can of coke, it probably is pretty bad...
EndemicAlarm25/08/2019 14:53

If you're comparing health food to a can of coke, it probably is pretty …If you're comparing health food to a can of coke, it probably is pretty bad...


fair comment.

I'm not an expert obviously. But I don't drink sugary drinks (until I start having this once a day, occasionally twice) and eat pretty well >75% of the time.

I've recently lost a couple of stone, regularly burn 3500-4000 cals a day and don't want to lose any more weight, but don't want to cut down my cardio. However I would like to build a bit of muscle.

You can't buy that much chicken for £30 and my routine means it's not easy to take meals/snacks for after the gym.

Yes, ideally it wouldn't have as much sugar in it. But for the price, and given all of the above, it seems a decent option.
Edited by: "paulcdf" 25th Aug
paulcdf25/08/2019 15:19

fair comment.I'm not an expert obviously. But I don't drink sugary … fair comment.I'm not an expert obviously. But I don't drink sugary drinks (until I start having this once a day, occasionally twice) and eat pretty well >75% of the time.I've recently lost a couple of stone, regularly burn 3500-4000 cals a day and don't want to lose any more weight, but don't want to cut down my cardio. However I would like to build a bit of muscle.You can't buy that much chicken for £30 and my routine means it's not easy to take meals/snacks for after the gym.Yes, ideally it wouldn't have as much sugar in it. But for the price, and given all of the above, it seems a decent option.


You burn 4000 calories a day? What do you do? That's like running a full marathon
MentalFloss25/08/2019 22:53

You burn 4000 calories a day? What do you do? That's like running a full …You burn 4000 calories a day? What do you do? That's like running a full marathon


38334321-4Fick.jpgThis is pretty normal. I walk to and from work, walk at lunchtime, run 7k on the treadmill, do spin classes and use weights machines.
Bargainhunter_1325/08/2019 11:36

I'm not sure you do either with a comment like that.


If you don't know the benefits of insulin sensitivity in regards to muscle building then do some research. Don't call me out without your own input.
barryl8526/08/2019 08:15

If you don't know the benefits of insulin sensitivity in regards to muscle …If you don't know the benefits of insulin sensitivity in regards to muscle building then do some research. Don't call me out without your own input.


Be quiet! I don't have explain myself. I am fully aware and have plenty of first hand experience as well as putting insulin protocols in place for pca athletes (For free I must add)
You probably aren't even aware its the most anabolic hormone there is or the simple fact of it been a fat storage hormone.
Edited by: "Bargainhunter_13" 26th Aug
Bargainhunter_1326/08/2019 12:22

Be quiet! I don't have explain myself. I am fully aware and have plenty of …Be quiet! I don't have explain myself. I am fully aware and have plenty of first hand experience as well as putting insulin protocols in place for pca athletes (For free I must add)You probably aren't even aware its the most anabolic hormone there is or the simple fact of it been a fat storage hormone.


I think for someone to understand insulin sensitivity thats the fundamental and first thing to learn.
barryl8526/08/2019 20:17

I think for someone to understand insulin sensitivity thats the …I think for someone to understand insulin sensitivity thats the fundamental and first thing to learn.


Taken in the correct circumstances with an extremely clean diet it can work wonders for bodybuilders. Most notably in my experience recovery.
I advise only short blasts, followed by Metoformin to increase sensitivity post usage.
However it is a very dangerous drug to be using if you are not 100% on the bio mechanics and what it's capable of.
Certainly only bodybuilders who seek to be elite should be thinking about using.
I think I had a stroke reading the comments
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