New Year New Whey Protein £5.49 with code / £8.98 delivered @ Go nutrition
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New Year New Whey Protein £5.49 with code / £8.98 delivered @ Go nutrition

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Found 9th FebEdited by:"tommyjaylee"
Been a while since a last put a post up so thought what better way to start than on the New Year New Me band wagon, a little late on i know, but who else is still keeping up with their New Years resolutions? I was giving in a little until the missus gave me a boot up the arse.

So in an effort to get back on track i've decided to take a try at weigh protein - if anyone has experience with using this stuff let me know what it's like -

thought this for a fiver might not be a bad try, seems to be decent reviewed and trust pilot score is okay so thought i'd give it a go

Need to use this code thats on Savoo to get it tho - FIVER - £5 off

Edit - the code actually makes it £5 not jus a fiver over - only 49p but in the great words of a supermarket legend, every little helps
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Might help if you put the size of the pack on here you get for a £5.

They also have a 40% off code until 12pm - TIMER.

Would be interesting to know how this compares to MyProtein as I'm just about to lay down £60 on their site!
schnide9 m ago

Might help if you put the size of the pack on here you get for a £5.They …Might help if you put the size of the pack on here you get for a £5.They also have a 40% off code until 12pm - TIMER.Would be interesting to know how this compares to MyProtein as I'm just about to lay down £60 on their site!


not checked my protein for a direct product price - here's the details from the go nutrition site tho -


Whey Protein 80 is an ultra premium quality 80% whey protein powder exclusively from free range, grass fed cows providing an unrivalled combination of taste, value and results. With 20g of premium grade protein per 25g serving and delivering an outstanding amino acid profile, GN Whey Protein 80™ is the perfect protein choice to fuel recovery and lean muscle gains. Our whey protein is now the cheapest in the UK. If you find comparable quality protein on sale elsewhere we'll happily beat the price by 5% as per our lowest price guarantee.

i'm failry new to everything so not sure what's good or not so good
£6.30 for 500g - literally the worst deal I've ever seen on this site.....
schnide15 m ago

Might help if you put the size of the pack on here you get for a £5.They …Might help if you put the size of the pack on here you get for a £5.They also have a 40% off code until 12pm - TIMER.Would be interesting to know how this compares to MyProtein as I'm just about to lay down £60 on their site!


It has slightly less protein and a little more sugar then Myprotein but if you are ordering today it's cheaper then Myprotein. I use Myprotein usually never tried this.
Myprotein is a good place to start for cheap no-frills protein. Also bear in mind (in reference to the original post), protein will do absolutely nothing on it's own. You really don't need it unless you're regularly working out and have a calorie/meal plan, goals etc. Even then it's debatable (e.g. if you already have a very high protein diet).

If however you have a diet set out and know how much protein you're getting from meals, plus how much you want to get overall, then it is useful.

Apologies if that's patronising, it's just your OP sounds a bit like 'protein will kickstart my new years resolution', when in fact it will do nothing without all the other stuff!
Edited by: "HottyHotty" 9th Feb
HottyHotty2 m ago

Myprotein is a good place to start for cheap no-frills protein. Also bear …Myprotein is a good place to start for cheap no-frills protein. Also bear in mind (in reference to the original post), protein will do absolutely nothing on it's own. You really don't need it unless you're regularly working out and have a calorie/meal plan, goals etc. Even then it's debatable (e.g. if you already have a very high protein diet).If however you have a diet set out and know how much protein you're getting from meals, plus how much you want to get overall, then it is useful.Apologies if that's patronising, it's just your OP sounds a bit like 'protein will kickstart my new years resolution', when in fact it will do nothing without all the other stuff!


thanks for the pointers i have a meal plan and work out regularly 3 days on, 1 day off, mixing up my routines. I had a PT for the first few weeks to get me on the route to progression but that was more to learn what i'm doing rather than anything about whey proteins
tommyjaylee5 m ago

thanks for the pointers i have a meal plan and work out regularly 3 …thanks for the pointers i have a meal plan and work out regularly 3 days on, 1 day off, mixing up my routines. I had a PT for the first few weeks to get me on the route to progression but that was more to learn what i'm doing rather than anything about whey proteins


Cool, yep as I said myprotein is a good place to start. They always have a confusing amount of offers going on, but I'd recommend their impact whey (bog standard protein). Can get unflavoured if you mix with other stuff, or smooth chocolate is not bad. Avoid weird flavours like the plague.

With any protein look at the price per kg. sub-£10 per kg is what you want as a general rule, ideally much cheaper with offers Etc.
HottyHotty20 m ago

Cool, yep as I said myprotein is a good place to start. They always have a …Cool, yep as I said myprotein is a good place to start. They always have a confusing amount of offers going on, but I'd recommend their impact whey (bog standard protein). Can get unflavoured if you mix with other stuff, or smooth chocolate is not bad. Avoid weird flavours like the plague. With any protein look at the price per kg. sub-£10 per kg is what you want as a general rule, ideally much cheaper with offers Etc.


i'll check them out and might just try the smooth chocolate, is vanilla any good? Thanks again for the pointers
I hate GoNutrition, I’ve had crap tasting products and the customer service is an utter joke. If you want to get quality products and good customer service I’d recommend The Protein Works, there’s always deals on there website!

and no im not a sales rep for The Protein Works before anyone asks!
brychris1 h, 34 m ago

I hate GoNutrition, I’ve had crap tasting products and the customer s …I hate GoNutrition, I’ve had crap tasting products and the customer service is an utter joke. If you want to get quality products and good customer service I’d recommend The Protein Works, there’s always deals on there website! and no im not a sales rep for The Protein Works before anyone asks!


each to their own
HottyHotty6 h, 8 m ago

Myprotein is a good place to start for cheap no-frills protein. Also bear …Myprotein is a good place to start for cheap no-frills protein. Also bear in mind (in reference to the original post), protein will do absolutely nothing on it's own. You really don't need it unless you're regularly working out and have a calorie/meal plan, goals etc. Even then it's debatable (e.g. if you already have a very high protein diet).If however you have a diet set out and know how much protein you're getting from meals, plus how much you want to get overall, then it is useful.Apologies if that's patronising, it's just your OP sounds a bit like 'protein will kickstart my new years resolution', when in fact it will do nothing without all the other stuff!


What? You have shattered all my hopes I thought you have a protein shake and end up shredded with superhuman muscles. I'm joking of course.
What you said is spot on. I use protein shakes after a work out as I usually head to work afterwards. If I'm not working I'll eat a proper meal.
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