PhD Nutrition Diet Whey  1kg - £14.99 instore @ LIDL
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PhD Nutrition Diet Whey 1kg - £14.99 instore @ LIDL

£14.99LIDL Deals
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LocalFound 24th Mar 2017
High protein meal replacement powder to aid weight management
Low in fat, sugar and salt
Derived from milk and high in amino acids such as Cysteine, Glutamine
Ideal to lose body fat and control calorie intake
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Same in Holland and Barrett since a month ago. Cold
Original Poster
where ? says £32 in HB
I don't see the point of these posts for Protein that just lists a price, how can I vote hot of cold when I don't know the size of the bag and the net amount of protein per amount of powder?

lol "meal replacement" what a load of BS marketing attempting to fool customers.
paulj48

I don't see the point of these posts for Protein that just lists a price, … I don't see the point of these posts for Protein that just lists a price, how can I vote hot of cold when I don't know the size of the bag and the net amount of protein per amount of powder?



I was thinking the exact same
Original Poster
1kg
londonguy

1kg


and how many grams of whey is there per net weight of powder? normally 'diet' Whey has had ground up oats added to the powder.
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paulj48

and how many grams of whey is there per net weight of powder? normally … and how many grams of whey is there per net weight of powder? normally 'diet' Whey has had ground up oats added to the powder.



why not google the product ?
londonguy

why not google the product ?


lol (_;) because your the one who posted the deal

edit: just Googled the product and whilst its called Diet Whey the protein it contains is a blend that also contain cheaper Soya protein which makes it even less of a deal.
Edited by: "paulj48" 24th Mar 2017
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paulj48

lol (_;) because your the one who posted the dealedit: just Googled the … lol (_;) because your the one who posted the dealedit: just Googled the product and whilst its called Diet Whey the protein it contains is a blend that also contain cheaper Soya protein which makes it even less of a deal.



good job i never bought any then . although they probably all are rubbish . best buy some fillet steak when a protein hit is needed

Edited by: "londonguy" 24th Mar 2017
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