Gold Standard Whey 2.24 kg £36.07 with code - proteinlifestyle
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Gold Standard Whey 2.24 kg £36.07 with code - proteinlifestyle

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Found 1st Jun 2015Made hot 2nd Jun 2015
This is by far the cheapest online. I ordered chocolate mint. Granted there isnt all of the flavours available but Im sure you wont mind with this price. It is normally £43.99 but with 18% off with code ONWhey18 it brings it down to £36.07. Now the delivery is normally £2.15 but when I went to checkout it didnt apply this and said £0.00. Doubt you will find this cheaper anywhere else. Im nearly sue the code will work to 27/7/15. This stuff has gone up in price recently for some reason and normally sells for £50+

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Ooh! I thought they stopped doing this as I couldn't find it locally. The chocolate mint flavour is absolutely delicious in milk (obviously not relevant to super fitness freaks!).

Great price, heat added

Great price for this specific product

nothing wrong with milk bro

Great price and agreed with dap33, nothing wrong with milk

Code doesn't work

Original Poster

Code is ONWhey18

do u even lift bro?

what's the exp date

do you even lift bro

Much cheaper & better whey products around.

Original Poster

Name them Simon and i'll gladly buy them. Regardless this is still a great price for a premium whey which is usually £50+

Very good price from a quality brand and also very low carb. Thanks Op. Heat added

Excellent protein. I won't drink any other. ON are a quality brand, expensive but quality.

simonhawking

Much cheaper & better whey products around.



o really ?? where ?

simonhawking

Much cheaper & better whey products around.


Yes there are cheaper, and possibly better nutritional products out there. But a product like this guarantees a good taste and easy mixing. I've been bitten several times by deals that seemed a bit too good. Ended up throwing the lot, many kilos, of the powder as I just couldn't stomach it.

ONWhey18 Doesn't appear to be working for me.

What's expiry ??? I bet they expire pretty soon so flogging off cheap ?

Idealyoulongtime

ONWhey18 Doesn't appear to be working for me.



same here, didn't work with any of the flavours available in 2.24kg.

Coupon code "ONWhey18" is not valid.

yrreb88

It's a good price for this but you are paying for a brand, protein is … It's a good price for this but you are paying for a brand, protein is protein. You can get double for about the same price. Pure Whey Protein unflavoured 5kg £37.43 20%OFF @ Bulk Powders


Exactly.

yrreb88

It's a good price for this but you are paying for a brand, protein is … It's a good price for this but you are paying for a brand, protein is protein. You can get double for about the same price. Pure Whey Protein unflavoured 5kg £37.43 20%OFF @ Bulk Powders



You cant argue with that.

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simonhawking

Much cheaper & better whey products around.


You haven't a clue. Do your research.
ON is up there with the best. Fact.

adeelmpk

Coupon code "ONWhey18" is not valid.


SAME HERE

Comment[quote=yrreb88]It's a good price for this but you are paying for a brand, protein is protein.

You are wrong, protein is not protein. It's measured in biological value and there are lots of different variations including using other ingredients to bring up the overall protein content. Do your research before commenting

starbidder

CommentYou haven't a clue. Do your research.ON is up there with the best. … CommentYou haven't a clue. Do your research.ON is up there with the best. Fact.



lol...

yrreb88

It's a good price for this but you are paying for a brand, protein is … It's a good price for this but you are paying for a brand, protein is protein. You can get double for about the same price. Pure Whey Protein unflavoured 5kg £37.43 20%OFF @ Bulk Powders



True you're paying for a brand, same is true for most things in life! But you're wrong in saying protein is protein. BCAA profiles differ, carb / sugar content etc etc. ON is renowned to be one of the best in that regard but is stuffed with sweetners given its American.

Hi can any one give advice to a protein newbie ?
I have started taking the gold standard whey but im unsure if im taking it right times and right amount
I weight train around 4 times a week and my goal is to lose body fat and gain lean muscle
I have started taking a mixer before workout containing one scoop of gold standard whey /water and post workout of one scoop whey with 5g of creatine
Does this sound a adequate mix and should i be taking also before bed and upon waking ?
Any advice appreciated as ive googled and so many different answers
Edited by: "kaiser051" 2nd Jun 2015

I have also been told to add dextrose to my mix but seen bad reviews of gaining fat ?

This stuff tastes superb. Brilliant if your stomach can't handle the cheaper protein makes with lower % protein.

And protein isn't protein...

kaiser051

I have also been told to add dextrose to my mix but seen bad reviews of … I have also been told to add dextrose to my mix but seen bad reviews of gaining fat ?



Dextrose is sugar also known as Glucose so work that one out

It's automatically assumed that if you workout you need to supplement protein, this is false. Most people unless they're in to bodybuilding will get enough protein from their diet, as long as their diet is balanced. Don't take more supplements than you need. For too many people protein shakes are used because the person doesn't know how to cook properly, how to form a proper diet or is just lazy.

examine.com will give you an idea of what works.


Edited by: "fishmaster" 2nd Jun 2015

fishmaster

Dextrose is sugar also known as Glucose so work that one out


Yeah thats what worries me i think il give it a miss is a scoop of creatine advisable to take post workout with the whey ?

mdjsilverfox

Comment[quote=yrreb88]It's a good price for this but you are paying for a … Comment[quote=yrreb88]It's a good price for this but you are paying for a brand, protein is protein. You are wrong, protein is not protein. It's measured in biological value and there are lots of different variations including using other ingredients to bring up the overall protein content. Do your research before commenting



Do my research? No offence but I think you need to do some more. Let me make it a bit more clearer.

Whey protein is whey protein.

Can you show me the different biological values of different brands of protein? Can you show me how much better this brand is compared with the myprotein impact whey is at least?

I think you are confusing the amino acid spiking scandal in the USA where supplements are not regulated in the slightest.



Edited by: "yrreb88" 2nd Jun 2015

saul08

True you're paying for a brand, same is true for most things in life! But … True you're paying for a brand, same is true for most things in life! But you're wrong in saying protein is protein. BCAA profiles differ, carb / sugar content etc etc. ON is renowned to be one of the best in that regard but is stuffed with sweetners given its American.



Whey protein is whey protein. If you can show me that double the price for the same amount of protein will make a significant difference, I will change my mind. Amino acids, carb/sugar content (shouldn't be high anyway but if it's flavoured what do you expect) are usually insignificant considering most proteins powders on the market are about 80% protein. If anything, I'd wish all the flavoured ones did have sweeteners in so there's much less sugar.

Amino acids profiles, BCAA's etc, are another form of marketing, if you are not getting a complete amino acid profile from your diet then your diet is wrong. BCAA's are plentiful in meat and eggs for example. If you are worried about missing out on a gram or so of an amino acid in a shake which is going to be a fraction of your daily protein intake then you're being pedantic and probably falling for some marketing.

fishmaster

It's automatically assumed that if you workout you need to supplement … It's automatically assumed that if you workout you need to supplement protein, this is false. Most people unless they're in to bodybuilding will get enough protein from their diet, as long as their diet is balanced. Don't take more supplements that you need. http://www.examine.com will give you an idea of what works.


I totally agree with you but i only take the shakes as i find it hard to have a balanced diet that includes enough protein i weigh 80kg so i need 160g of protein daily according to a few articles ? Or is that rubbish ? Im new to this so im both gullible and ill informed lol

kaiser051

Yeah thats what worries me i think il give it a miss is a scoop of … Yeah thats what worries me i think il give it a miss is a scoop of creatine advisable to take post workout with the whey ?



Take whey protein and creatine if you're serious about bodybuilding otherwise just eat properly and workout. I don't take many supplements as I'm not in to bodybuilding just keeping fat level down and keeping muscles toned. If I decided I want to bench press 100KG then I'd add in Creatine and increase protein in my diet first.

kaiser051

I totally agree with you but i only take the shakes as i find it hard to … I totally agree with you but i only take the shakes as i find it hard to have a balanced diet that includes enough protein i weigh 80kg so i need 160g of protein daily according to a few articles ? Or is that rubbish ? Im new to this so im both gullible and ill informed lol



You need what works for you, how are you sure you need 160 grams of protein? Because some formula says you do, that's not real world. I always believe in keeping things simple, so intake the lowest amount of protein that makes you gain. I weigh 83KG and there's no way I need 160 grams of protein to build muscle. I would try 90-120 grams of protein a day along with Creatine if you're bodybuilding and see if you make gains. You could look at Beta Alanine as it has a possible synergistic effect with Creatine. You have to be careful with supplements, once you start, you can add another one here another one there and soon you're on loads of them. I take L-Theanine as it helps me relax and then I can drink caffienated drinks without flipping out, the two work together, although you can end up with a tolerance to Caffiene. Anyway that's me rambling on there. I'm always researching some supplement or other almost every day.




Edited by: "fishmaster" 2nd Jun 2015

yrreb88

Whey protein is whey protein. If you can show me that double the price … Whey protein is whey protein. If you can show me that double the price for the same amount of protein will make a significant difference, I will change my mind. Amino acids, carb/sugar content (shouldn't be high anyway but if it's flavoured what do you expect) are usually insignificant considering most proteins powders on the market are about 80% protein. If anything, I'd wish all the flavoured ones did have sweeteners in so there's much less sugar.Amino acids profiles, BCAA's etc, are another form of marketing, if you are not getting a complete amino acid profile from your diet then your diet is wrong. BCAA's are plentiful in meat and eggs for example. If you are worried about missing out on a gram or so of an amino acid in a shake which is going to be a fraction of your daily protein intake then you're being pedantic and probably falling for some marketing.


Yeah but before you said "protein is protein" not "whey protein is whey protein".

Believe it or not but peanuts are probably the best source of BCAA's.
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