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50% Off 3kg Impact Diet Whey Protein @ MyProtein.com and others. £17.49 with code plus del

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Found 18th Jan 2015
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Was after the deal from last week but got it pulled, now back even better, but get in fast before it goes again!

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Original Poster

Quite gutted because had to order from elsewhere Friday as previous deal expired, ended up paying £23 for only 2.5kg.

Would like to get this now it's even cheaper, anyone know what the use by/best before is like on these? I don't often have more than 3 servings a week

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Good price! Maxcovergold, I've still got a pack knocking around from an order mid-July last year, was manufactured 09/07/14 with a best before date of 04/15

2% quidco for sales orders.

Good protein. Good taste and mixes OK. Don't need non atm but a good offer. Heat

Make sure you put a shaker in your basket as well, the spring loaded ones are the best for mixing.
Great deal OP!

latte taste good?

ordered the chocolate mint one.... i hope its nice

Ordered Cookies and cream as I've not tried any others

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CrispyUK

Good price! Maxcovergold, I've still got a pack knocking around from an … Good price! Maxcovergold, I've still got a pack knocking around from an order mid-July last year, was manufactured 09/07/14 with a best before date of 04/15


Cheers, ill put in an order then

Trying cookies and cream for a change usually get the strawberry.

Just ordered Strawberry. Thanks OP

An excellent deal. Even if it ends up not tasting nice, for that price I'll grin and bear it. Heat added.

arma_gera

ordered the chocolate mint one.... i hope its nice



That's my preference, think liquid mint Aero...

went for vanilla cookie I had cookies and cream last time. I like to blend it with skimmed milk and blueberries

Had the diet whey stuff before....not great!
Always get my whey from MP and the diet stuff tastes different to the normal whey . Has lots of bits in it, and it's not because I didn't shake it enough. Taste was ok but not the same as the normal whey and that's why they find It hard to sell obviously and often discount it.

Cheap, but only 61% protein.

Good deal, but just wondering how good is diet whey protein? Its only 60% protein compared to the 80% of normal whey protein. Is there more carbs so it will help more with bulking or what?

rodman

latte taste good?


i have 3kg of latte, have it around 10am every morning, not all at once. i look foward to it, pretty damn tasty if you ask me!

glennhoward007

Had the diet whey stuff before....not great!Always get my whey from MP … Had the diet whey stuff before....not great!Always get my whey from MP and the diet stuff tastes different to the normal whey . Has lots of bits in it, and it's not because I didn't shake it enough. Taste was ok but not the same as the normal whey and that's why they find It hard to sell obviously and often discount it.



Agreed! It has a bitty texture like tiny bits of chewy rubber... but throw in a banana and its all good!

Can't understand why a "diet whey" actually has more carbs than standard, if you're losing fat you want to get your energy from as much protein and as few carbs as possible. This way you lose maximum fat but minimum muscle.

deal but shame about the carb content for those who are dropping carbs to lose weight

Ordered. Great deal.

my thoughts exactly

CountFilth

Can't understand why a "diet whey" actually has more carbs than standard, … Can't understand why a "diet whey" actually has more carbs than standard, if you're losing fat you want to get your energy from as much protein and as few carbs as possible. This way you lose maximum fat but minimum muscle.


maxcovergold

Quite gutted because had to order from elsewhere Friday as previous deal … Quite gutted because had to order from elsewhere Friday as previous deal expired, ended up paying £23 for only 2.5kg.Would like to get this now it's even cheaper, anyone know what the use by/best before is like on these? I don't often have more than 3 servings a week


if you are only taking three servings a week i honestly would NOT bother buying any supplements at all . if you are serious about getting results and gaining/holding an extra stone or so of muscle ( natural not chemical) then you are going to have to supplement a healthy protein rich diet PLUS three or four servings a DAY of fast acting proteins (breakfast/ after training ) and slow release (bedtime)
if you stick to just having the odd shake here and there its going to do zilch for you . you need protein in your body every three hours to keep a positve nitrogen balance and not go into a catabolic state which is basically what happens to 99% of hard gainers as the little gains in muscle are canabalised to feed the bodys need for protein to repeat the repair process ,.
supplements are very very expensive if you want to do it properly( take them frequently every single day !!!) otherwise just stick to a healthy solid food diet chicken / fish . meat plus carbs and healthy fats on a regular basis will build you sound physique .
by the way great price op. working out at just under £6.50 a kilo delivered
Edited by: "cadmus" 18th Jan 2015

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2% quidco for sales orders.



Top cashback - 16.65% new customer purchase and 2.22% otherwise

Diet whey contains oats blending throughout, hence the lumps you can't get rid of while shaking.
Also read several articles from professionals on how the cheaper proteins are a waste of money but hey for beginners why not! Gold standard and PhD are great products

Good proce but terrible company to deal with, after ordering the last deal of 5kg chocolate mint whey protein, I was sent the complete wrong order, someone elses items, two weeks later they have still not given me a sensible solution, the only solution they have given me is to return it by taking it to my local click and collect shop for a refund, which is 2 mile away from me and I do not drive, and they refuse to either send a courier to collect from me or to exchange for the items I actually ordered, saying they can only refund. All I can say is stay well clear from them, apsolute bunch of jokers!

cadmus

if you are only taking three servings a week i honestly would NOT … if you are only taking three servings a week i honestly would NOT bother buying any supplements at all . if you are serious about getting results and gaining/holding an extra stone or so of muscle ( natural not chemical) then you are going to have to supplement a healthy protein rich diet PLUS three or four servings a DAY of fast acting proteins (breakfast/ after training ) and slow release (bedtime) if you stick to just having the odd shake here and there its going to do zilch for you . you need protein in your body every three hours to keep a positve nitrogen balance and not go into a catabolic state which is basically what happens to 99% of hard gainers as the little gains in muscle are canabalised to feed the bodys need for protein to repeat the repair process ,. supplements are very very expensive if you want to do it properly( take them frequently every single day !!!) otherwise just stick to a healthy solid food diet chicken / fish . meat plus carbs and healthy fats on a regular basis will build you sound physique . by the way great price op. working out at just under £6.50 a kilo delivered



Keep it simple. Concerning yourself over time frame and hours in the day is for professionals only. Take between 0.68 to 0.81grams per pound of protein a day if you're a really serious athlete/bodybuilder. From the studies/evidence I've looked at I see no reason to go mental such as 2 grams / lb on the amount of protein intake in a day.

Remember supplement companies make money by selling their products to you, so they will provide sponsored studies to 'prove' you need to consume this amount of protein or creatine when in fact you don't require the amounts they suggest you do.

"You're not doing loading phase with Creatine, you're not eating 1-2 g / lb protein, you're not giving us enough £$!"
Edited by: "fishmaster" 18th Jan 2015

beltabry

Good proce but terrible company to deal with, after ordering the last … Good proce but terrible company to deal with, after ordering the last deal of 5kg chocolate mint whey protein, I was sent the complete wrong order, someone elses items, two weeks later they have still not given me a sensible solution, the only solution they have given me is to return it by taking it to my local click and collect shop for a refund, which is 2 mile away from me and I do not drive, and they refuse to either send a courier to collect from me or to exchange for the items I actually ordered, saying they can only refund. All I can say is stay well clear from them, apsolute bunch of jokers!



I used to use MyProtein 6 or 7 years ago. Their customer support on the phone was atrocious. At the time there was some lady answering that really couldn't give a s#%t, customer service is essential to bring in the most revenue and offer the customer the best support possible. They might well have changed now however my experience of their customer service then made me change to other suppliers.

tastes ok, but you have its 2-3 scoops i think so wont last as long as whey, plus as mentioned not the best protein wise.

Flavour wise, all of these are 8-10/10, recommend strawberry shortcake.

Tempted but already dropped 1/2 stone through healthy eating

fishmaster

Keep it simple. Concerning yourself over time frame and hours in the day … Keep it simple. Concerning yourself over time frame and hours in the day is for professionals only. Take between 0.68 to 0.81grams per pound of protein a day if you're a really serious athlete/bodybuilder. From the studies/evidence I've looked at I see no reason to go mental such as 2 grams / lb on the amount of protein intake in a day. Remember supplement companies make money by selling their products to you, so they will provide sponsored studies to 'prove' you need to consume this amount of protein or creatine when in fact you don't require the amounts they suggest you do.



im only speaking from experience and i know everyones body's react differently and its down to the individual to find their own sweet spot and what gives them their desired results. but seriously try the high protein approach for at least three months and im sure the subject would be much happier with their results than the much lower end protein taker.
if you work it out what i was advising its not that much protein as three or four shakes wont even push you over 100g protein . and one has to get around double that which the remainder 100g or so would be from solids so my advice was not overboard .
so bump up your protein intake for three months or so (every single day) .... then see the results oO ....you wont know if you dont give it a try

arma_gera

ordered the chocolate mint one.... i hope its nice

tastes well gold. Like a after 8!!

Just ordered 10kg of pea protein using the 20 percent code lol.

I do not lift

CountFilth

Can't understand why a "diet whey" actually has more carbs than standard, … Can't understand why a "diet whey" actually has more carbs than standard, if you're losing fat you want to get your energy from as much protein and as few carbs as possible. This way you lose maximum fat but minimum muscle.



I totally disagree with this, when dieting it's important to keep a balanced level of macros in what you eat, eating as few carbs as possible is going to mean a carb deficient diet. Regardless of whether you're dieting or not carbs are important and necessary.

Ordered. Thanks OP!

cadmus

im only speaking from experience and i know everyones body's react … im only speaking from experience and i know everyones body's react differently and its down to the individual to find their own sweet spot and what gives them their desired results. but seriously try the high protein approach for at least three months and im sure the subject would be much happier with their results than the much lower end protein taker. if you work it out what i was advising its not that much protein as three or four shakes wont even push you over 100g protein . and one has to get around double that which the remainder 100g or so would be from solids so my advice was not overboard . so bump up your protein intake for three months or so (every single day) .... then see the results oO ....you wont know if you dont give it a try



Where's the evidence that you need 200grams of protein a day as a bodybuilder? Does anyone need it? Does everyone need it? It's not based on science, rather just an amateur experiment where the existing empirical data is not supportive. Your usual diet should get you around 50 - 60 grams of protein a day.

"You won't know if you don't give it a try" doesn't sound very scientific to me.

I'd stick with 0.81 grams per lb. For example I'm 13 stone which is 182 lbs using that formula I'd require 147 grams protein. However I'm overweight, my real protein needs are based on the weight I desire to be which is around 140 lbs which is 113 grams protein a day. However I'm able to make gains on around 95 grams per day. If anything I'd be looking for the lowest amount of protein I could take in a day whilst still making gains. The opposite means you just want or rather don't care giving money away to supplement companies. More protein the merrier = more money for the supplement companies.

fishmaster

Where's the evidence that you need 200grams of protein a day as a … Where's the evidence that you need 200grams of protein a day as a bodybuilder? Does anyone need it? Does everyone need it? It's not based on science, rather just an amateur experiment where the existing empirical data is not supportive. Your usual diet should get you around 50 - 60 grams of protein a day. "You won't know if you don't give it a try" doesn't sound very scientific to me. I'd stick with 0.81 grams per lb. For example I'm 13 stone which is 182 lbs using that formula I'd require 147 grams protein. However I'm overweight, my real protein needs are based on the weight I desire to be which is around 140 lbs which is 113 grams protein a day. However I'm able to make gains on around 95 grams per day. If anything I'd be looking for the lowest amount of protein I could take in a day whilst still making gains. The opposite means you just want or rather don't care giving money away to supplement companies. More protein the merrier = more money for the supplement companies.



Plus people don't seem to realise that consuming ridiculously large amounts of protein is putting a big strain on your kidneys, I see gains on a moderate intake of protein around 100g a day.
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