Maximuscle protein shakes £4.33 boots bexleyheath
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Maximuscle protein shakes £4.33 boots bexleyheath

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LocalFound 17th Apr
Had £6.50 sticker scanned at £4.33 expires 2019 980g and 840g
Usually around £20 a tub
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Absolute bargain.
Sell by date?
Any other boots selling them?
Shinobei19 m ago

Any other boots selling them?


Im not sure its worth checking, as these were on normal shelf reduced last week then on clearance today
Not the greatest supplement on the market plus the sugar content is high! Bargain at this price though.
pointless, you can get all the protein you need from everyday food, do your research, your body will only take a certain amount the rest , comes out in your urine, you are literally pishin it up against a brick wall
fozzy171 h, 56 m ago

pointless, you can get all the protein you need from everyday food, do …pointless, you can get all the protein you need from everyday food, do your research, your body will only take a certain amount the rest , comes out in your urine, you are literally pishin it up against a brick wall


Excess protein is stored as fat, it does not come out in urine. "Do your research".
fozzy172 h, 31 m ago

pointless, you can get all the protein you need from everyday food, do …pointless, you can get all the protein you need from everyday food, do your research, your body will only take a certain amount the rest , comes out in your urine, you are literally pishin it up against a brick wall


You can get protein from every day but at what cost?

Buy a some chicken breast, it'll cost you £2 for some 40g on protein. That's 20g per pound.

With supplements, you tend to get 400g protein for around £10. That's 40g per pound.

It's simply more cost effective, let alone the effort of food preparation.
smellyonion21 m ago

You can get protein from every day but at what cost?Buy a some chicken …You can get protein from every day but at what cost?Buy a some chicken breast, it'll cost you £2 for some 40g on protein. That's 20g per pound.With supplements, you tend to get 400g protein for around £10. That's 40g per pound.It's simply more cost effective, let alone the effort of food preparation.


How about eggs though?
Thebobwil17th Apr

How about eggs though?


Eggs are really good interns of cost per protein which is why they tend to get devoured by gym goers. It wouldn't beat this deal tho.
Do not use protein supplements as a replacement for food. Yes, normal eating habits give you enough protein but if you are training and hard then protein supplements come into their own.

I'm not going to get into the battle of whether Maximuscle is VFM or not but at this price its a bargain.
fozzy173 h, 44 m ago

pointless, you can get all the protein you need from everyday food, do …pointless, you can get all the protein you need from everyday food, do your research, your body will only take a certain amount the rest , comes out in your urine, you are literally pishin it up against a brick wall


u couldnt be more wrong... but thats ok..
fozzy174 h, 23 m ago

pointless, you can get all the protein you need from everyday food, do …pointless, you can get all the protein you need from everyday food, do your research, your body will only take a certain amount the rest , comes out in your urine, you are literally pishin it up against a brick wall


You're the only one who needs to be doing your research.....
smellyonion2 h, 34 m ago

Eggs are really good interns of cost per protein which is why they tend to …Eggs are really good interns of cost per protein which is why they tend to get devoured by gym goers. It wouldn't beat this deal tho.


Interns? You mean 'in terms'!
And ok, thanks. To be honest Ive just been eating peanuts, and I havent minded their fat because I wanted some more weight. Their salt is annoying though. Shame I cant get this deal at my local!
Thebobwil7 h, 53 m ago

Interns? You mean 'in terms'! And ok, thanks. To be honest Ive …Interns? You mean 'in terms'! And ok, thanks. To be honest Ive just been eating peanuts, and I havent minded their fat because I wanted some more weight. Their salt is annoying though. Shame I cant get this deal at my local!


Have you considered buying the unsalted ones!
OllieSt4 h, 23 m ago

Have you considered buying the unsalted ones!


I would except I havent seen any, in any supermarket ive been it.
andyb8317th Apr

You're the only one who needs to be doing your research.....



keep throwing your money away, sheep!
splitvox17th Apr

u couldnt be more wrong... but thats ok..



well I argue to differ, i have read plenty on this, but keep throwing your money away
smellyonion17th Apr

You can get protein from every day but at what cost?Buy a some chicken …You can get protein from every day but at what cost?Buy a some chicken breast, it'll cost you £2 for some 40g on protein. That's 20g per pound.With supplements, you tend to get 400g protein for around £10. That's 40g per pound.It's simply more cost effective, let alone the effort of food preparation.



I agree with that but you only need 0.8 gram of protein anything else does nothing, I but turkey breasts, but there are plenty of other foods to get your 0.8 grams, what I am saying is there is no need, people just buy them because they think they need them, fashion to turn up at the gym with a shake, energy drinks are the same, they are just sugar and salt
AsherDG17th Apr

Excess protein is stored as fat, it does not come out in urine. "Do your …Excess protein is stored as fat, it does not come out in urine. "Do your research".



I have its goes out of your urine, you need to read up, I have, there are lots of findings that to much protein is bad for you, I suggest you read up on it
Edited by: "fozzy17" 19th Apr
one egg is 6g of protein you only need 0.8
fozzy1716 m ago

one egg is 6g of protein you only need 0.8


This is for people who want to gain muscle, not your average Joe. Obviously, it will do nothing if you don't workout! 0.8 is just a recommended daily intake..if you think bodybuilders only need 0.8 then you are an idiot....

Next time don't just read the first article your find on Google and claim you are an expert
Edited by: "KCooperman" 19th Apr
fozzy172 h, 32 m ago

keep throwing your money away, sheep!


I thought at first maybe you were trolling, but actually you really are that uneducated.
fozzy175 h, 57 m ago

I agree with that but you only need 0.8 gram of protein anything else does …I agree with that but you only need 0.8 gram of protein anything else does nothing, I but turkey breasts, but there are plenty of other foods to get your 0.8 grams, what I am saying is there is no need, people just buy them because they think they need them, fashion to turn up at the gym with a shake, energy drinks are the same, they are just sugar and salt



OMG....this is hilarious..mate...just start reading muscle mag. u remind me of the guy the call his wife on the highway saying ": there's a lot of cars travelling on the wrong side of the road"...
splitvox17 h, 55 m ago

OMG....this is hilarious..mate...just start reading muscle mag. u remind …OMG....this is hilarious..mate...just start reading muscle mag. u remind me of the guy the call his wife on the highway saying ": there's a lot of cars travelling on the wrong side of the road"...



your leaving in dream land, you get your advice from a muscle mag? I rest my case
andyb8321 h, 31 m ago

I thought at first maybe you were trolling, but actually you really are …I thought at first maybe you were trolling, but actually you really are that uneducated.



well I argue to differ, do your research and don't look in a muscle mag, been training for 20 years and was once like you, stopped 8 years ago and there is no difference at all, apart from I have a lot more money, anyway your choice
KCooperman23 h, 41 m ago

This is for people who want to gain muscle, not your average Joe. …This is for people who want to gain muscle, not your average Joe. Obviously, it will do nothing if you don't workout! 0.8 is just a recommended daily intake..if you think bodybuilders only need 0.8 then you are an idiot....Next time don't just read the first article your find on Google and claim you are an expert



anything more than that and it come out of your urine, btw its not google although I have looked into it I have read research on it and decided to try it, anyway knock yourself out.

believe what you want
Your kidneys filter waste products from your blood while retaining what your body needs — including proteins. However, conditions allow proteins to pass through the filters of your kidneys, causing protein in urine.

Conditions that can cause a temporary rise in the levels of protein in urine


fools
fozzy171 h, 34 m ago

well I argue to differ, do your research and don't look in a muscle mag, …well I argue to differ, do your research and don't look in a muscle mag, been training for 20 years and was once like you, stopped 8 years ago and there is no difference at all, apart from I have a lot more money, anyway your choice


Trust me, you're wrong. I don't read "muscle mag". My research consists of holding a degree in sports science, various qualifications in sports nutrition and also many years ago training with Stuart Garrington, who 2 years ago was NABBA Mr World. Where on earth do you get the figure of 0.8g of protein from? The government recommendation is 40g, and that's not for someone who trains.
andyb831 h, 31 m ago

Trust me, you're wrong. I don't read "muscle mag". My research consists of …Trust me, you're wrong. I don't read "muscle mag". My research consists of holding a degree in sports science, various qualifications in sports nutrition and also many years ago training with Stuart Garrington, who 2 years ago was NABBA Mr World. Where on earth do you get the figure of 0.8g of protein from? The government recommendation is 40g, and that's not for someone who trains.

well lets agree to disagree, in my opinion you can get all the protein from food naturally that's a fact, there is no need for the supplements, its a big scam, the same thing can be said about energy drinks, I watched a bbc documentary a few years ago and they held trials on so called energy drink and protein and the scientist holding the studies mentioned if you take to much protein , it will end up in your urine some there will be traces in your liver and kidneys, the study was over two years, also on energy drinks, there was hardly and benefit, they gave a high end athlete a 2% gain after two hours of extreme training, if your chasing small percentages you will get very minor gains, its a scam.
fozzy1728 m ago

well lets agree to disagree, in my opinion you can get all the protein …well lets agree to disagree, in my opinion you can get all the protein from food naturally that's a fact, there is no need for the supplements, its a big scam, the same thing can be said about energy drinks, I watched a bbc documentary a few years ago and they held trials on so called energy drink and protein and the scientist holding the studies mentioned if you take to much protein , it will end up in your urine some there will be traces in your liver and kidneys, the study was over two years, also on energy drinks, there was hardly and benefit, they gave a high end athlete a 2% gain after two hours of extreme training, if your chasing small percentages you will get very minor gains, its a scam.


I agree with the energy drink one. For every study that rubbishes the benefit of protein supplements there is 100 studies that proves them. Basic biology tells us that the muscles need increased protein in order to repair and maintain their mass and it's pretty widely acknowledged by athletes and nutritionalists that around 2g of protein per lb of body weight in 24 hours is optimum protein intake for someone wanting to increase muscle mass. Obviously this needs to be good quality, bio-available protein with consumption spread across the day.
thisnis hilarious....just bought popcorn....hahahahah
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