Impact Whey Protein Buy 1 get 1 half price 1kg £23.68 @ myprotein
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Impact Whey Protein Buy 1 get 1 half price 1kg £23.68 @ myprotein

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Found 30th Mar 2014
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Impact Whey Protein, Choc Nut, Pouch, Size: 1kg x2 £31.58
Discount: -£7.89
£23.68

Nutritional Information

Per 25g:
Energy: 98.3Kcal
Energy: 414.0kJ
Protein (dry basis): 20.5g
Protein (as-is): 19.6g
Fat: 1.7g
Carbohydrates: 1.5g
Calcium: 125.0mg
Cholesterol: 0.5mg

Please note this nutritional information is taken from the unflavoured version. When choosing a flavoured version it will reduce the protein content by approximately 3% for most flavours, however chocolate, due to the added cocoa, will reduce it by approximately 8%.

21 Comments

Buy 1 Get 1 Half Price - Not Free

looks like op make mistake. still quiet good deal if buy 2x5kg but Im stocked from previous glitches from ebay I zavii

feridil

looks like op make mistake. still quiet good deal if buy 2x5kg but Im … looks like op make mistake. still quiet good deal if buy 2x5kg but Im stocked from previous glitches from ebay I zavii



How many did you get? I heard they had like 2 months of date left?

feridil

looks like op make mistake. still quiet good deal if buy 2x5kg but Im … looks like op make mistake. still quiet good deal if buy 2x5kg but Im stocked from previous glitches from ebay I zavii



Only applicable to 1kg pouches.

I just ordered 4 x 1kg pouches and effectively got one free using the code..

I also added 150ml of Omega 3 Liquid to my order to make it £51.88, which then qualifies you for free delivery too..

5.25% TopCashBack as well so can't complain ... Thanks OP!

cheaper to just buy 2.5kg bags...

2.5kg= 31.19

ldunkerley

cheaper to just buy 2.5kg bags... 2.5kg= 31.19



How? At £23.68 makes it £5.92 per 0.5 kg that works out £29.60 per 2.5kg

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ldunkerley

cheaper to just buy 2.5kg bags... 2.5kg= 31.19



nutricentresports.com/p-5…spx

£32 for 3kg here ...

(buy three products, cheapest one is free ... deal was posted on hotukdeals yesturday)

That's out of stock mate.

Right, obviously got some knowledgeable people on here and there seems a ridiculous amount of options and favourites.

I'm presuming the diet whey proteins are lower in calories but do they have less protein in their servings than non-diet options.
Plus how does the calories compare generally?

I'm in the position where I'm training regularly and have done ok with the weights but want to now drop weight whilst building definition and keeping the muscles.
I'm guessing I need the diet whey protein but also planning to incorporate creatine - any thoughts on this?

Sorry for all the questions just trying to gauge opinions as google seems to tell me they are all brilliant.

jon19783

How? At £23.68 makes it £5.92 per 0.5 kg that works out £29.60 per 2.5kg



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jon19783

How? At £23.68 makes it £5.92 per 0.5 kg that works out £29.60 per 2.5kg



very true! Apologies to the OP too, didn't do the maths properly XD.


snake-hips

Right, obviously got some knowledgeable people on here and there seems a … Right, obviously got some knowledgeable people on here and there seems a ridiculous amount of options and favourites.I'm presuming the diet whey proteins are lower in calories but do they have less protein in their servings than non-diet options.Plus how does the calories compare generally?I'm in the position where I'm training regularly and have done ok with the weights but want to now drop weight whilst building definition and keeping the muscles.I'm guessing I need the diet whey protein but also planning to incorporate creatine - any thoughts on this?Sorry for all the questions just trying to gauge opinions as google seems to tell me they are all brilliant.



Buy normal whey over diet! It's not worth the price increase (my opinion)

The main difference is that they put fat burning ingredients (L Carnitine and green tea) in the diet whey where as the normal 80% stuff has just protein.

Because of the added ingredients in the diet whey there's also a higher carb count.

I would just buy some regular Whey (zero carb stuff) and buy green tea bags! far cheaper

snake-hips

Right, obviously got some knowledgeable people on here and there seems a … Right, obviously got some knowledgeable people on here and there seems a ridiculous amount of options and favourites.I'm presuming the diet whey proteins are lower in calories but do they have less protein in their servings than non-diet options.Plus how does the calories compare generally?I'm in the position where I'm training regularly and have done ok with the weights but want to now drop weight whilst building definition and keeping the muscles.I'm guessing I need the diet whey protein but also planning to incorporate creatine - any thoughts on this?Sorry for all the questions just trying to gauge opinions as google seems to tell me they are all brilliant.



You might find bodybuilding.com more useful than HDUK for training advice though!

JJMPSP

How many did you get? I heard they had like 2 months of date left?


not true with date. first one on ebay i get 4 x 5kg with date till 09/2014. now i get same 4x5kg with 12/2014 i still have 6 bags left as im using casein too

Kr4t0z

Only applicable to 1kg pouches.


so not such a good deal. now i want to get some casein in decent price as i have just 3kg left

snake-hips

Right, obviously got some knowledgeable people on here and there seems a … Right, obviously got some knowledgeable people on here and there seems a ridiculous amount of options and favourites.I'm presuming the diet whey proteins are lower in calories but do they have less protein in their servings than non-diet options.Plus how does the calories compare generally?I'm in the position where I'm training regularly and have done ok with the weights but want to now drop weight whilst building definition and keeping the muscles.I'm guessing I need the diet whey protein but also planning to incorporate creatine - any thoughts on this?Sorry for all the questions just trying to gauge opinions as google seems to tell me they are all brilliant.



if your trying to get lean which is sounds like you are, these proteins are best as they have less sugars and stuff in usually leaving the whey protein extremely high compared to others where you would have a ton of sugars sweetners addatives in giving you more calories and less protein per 25g etc. if you arnt short of money go for Whey Isolate as this is more or less pure protein. the next step of course is called Hydrolyzed if my mind is correct this is about as pure as you can get but be prepared to pay hefty.

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