PhD Nutrition Diet Whey : 1kg plus free blender for £23.99 @ Monstersupplements (Belgian choc / white choc / Vanilla / Strawberry or Chocolate Orange)
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PhD Nutrition Diet Whey : 1kg plus free blender for £23.99 @ Monstersupplements (Belgian choc / white choc / Vanilla / Strawberry or Chocolate Orange)

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Found 5th Dec 2012
Went OOS quickly last time and now with decent stock levels


Containing Whey Protein Concentrate, Milk Protein Concentrate and Soya Protein Isolate, PhD Diet Whey™ provides the high quality protein sources and nutrients to assist lean muscle building and maintenance without the need for a high calorie intake which can lead to unwanted weight gain.


In addition to the premium protein blend, PhD use Waxy Barley starch, a unique and innovative complex carbohydrate source, derived from the finest UK barley crop. PhD use Waxy Barley Starch as we believe it is a healthier carbohydrate choice when compared to other alternatives.
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is it not £39.99 everywhere else for 2kg - making it cost less per kg

phd fitness:

phd-fitness.co.uk/sto…y=0

23.95 / 1kg
39.99 / 2kg

free delivery plus 8% cashback via quidco.

unless the whole point is to only get a free mini blender? but still dont make it great?
Edited by: "jujhimup" 5th Dec 2012
£23.99 for a KG of whey is horribly expensive And that's all it is really - whey with some nonsense thrown into it to make you think it's 'superior' to the million other brands.

You can get whey for £14 a kilo at myprotein. That's all anyone needs. The 'Green Tea extract' in this isn't going to make you slimmer. You get slimmer by getting off your backend and going for a run.

myprotein.co.uk - £14 for a 1kg bag, or if you buy a 5kg bag it works out at £11.80 per kg .

£24 is a rip off imo.
luckyluke699

myprotein.co.uk - £14 for a 1kg bag, or if you buy a 5kg bag it works out … myprotein.co.uk - £14 for a 1kg bag, or if you buy a 5kg bag it works out at £11.80 per kg .£24 is a rip off imo.



i do agree that £24 per kg is a rip off, however what i would say is that £14kg from my protein isnt really a true comparison in that the protein breakdown is different (one has whey concentrate, the other contains soy isolate and milk isolate/casein) and the £14 version is unflavoured (£16 flavoured). personally i dont care for all that, but, some people (might) do. i voted cold based on it not being a good price for the actual product itself rather than it being more expensive than alternatives.
Edited by: "jujhimup" 5th Dec 2012
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