PhD Nutrition Diet Whey Protein Powder - 2 kg, White Chocolate £16.98 prime / £21.73 non prime @ Amazon
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PhD Nutrition Diet Whey Protein Powder - 2 kg, White Chocolate £16.98 prime / £21.73 non prime @ Amazon

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Found 20th Jan
PhD Nutrition Diet Whey Protein Powder - 2 kg, White Chocolate

In the 2KG there is only this flavour that is at this price.
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Sam02118 m ago

I smell cancer ....



I smell obesity with a hint of jealousy and some insecure undertones....
Sam0212 m ago

I smell cancer ....


Well this escalated quickly ...
Sam0211 m ago

I smell cancer ....


You should see a doctor about that
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I smell cancer ....
Sam0211 m ago

I smell cancer ....


You should see a doctor about that
Sam0212 m ago

I smell cancer ....


Well this escalated quickly ...
I smell cancer every time I walk past a smoker...
If you buy 3 it checks out at £38.20 with the 25% discount
Have anyone tried this flavour before?
Sam02118 m ago

I smell cancer ....



I smell obesity with a hint of jealousy and some insecure undertones....
Great find OP 6kg for £38! Cheapest protein I've ever seen.
Brought this few months back for less and it's absolutely nasty cheap garbage, it's actually has bits of chocolate in it! Wtf would you be eating chocolate for if you workout seriously . Unless it's 100% isolated protein there's no point taking it and your wasting your time and efforts.
Edited by: "nexus76" 20th Jan
nexus7612 m ago

Brought this few months back for less and it's absolutely nasty cheap …Brought this few months back for less and it's absolutely nasty cheap garbage, it's actually has bits of chocolate in it! Wtf would you be eating chocolate for if you workout seriously . Unless it's 100% isolated protein there's no point taking it and your wasting your time and efforts.


Nonsense. Obviously isolate is better but to say anything else is a waste of time shows a complete lack of understanding.
nexus761 h, 35 m ago

Brought this few months back for less and it's absolutely nasty cheap …Brought this few months back for less and it's absolutely nasty cheap garbage, it's actually has bits of chocolate in it! Wtf would you be eating chocolate for if you workout seriously . Unless it's 100% isolated protein there's no point taking it and your wasting your time and efforts.


I see your point but the macros are good enough at this price. Chocolate pieces or not 1.25g of both sugar and fat per scoop is pretty good.
mash82 h, 8 m ago

If you buy 3 it checks out at £38.20 with the 25% discount


How do you get 25% discount? Is it only prime?
AL1S0N4 h, 11 m ago

How do you get 25% discount? Is it only prime?


There was a 25% off promotion if you spend over £50 but doesn’t appear available now.
Thanks, it appeared when I went to check out
Nad_8411 h, 20 m ago

You should see a doctor about that


I am one, I just feel sorry for you guys. There are far better ways to get the proteins you need. I know that alternative means don’t give you as much as these but come on! Not worth destroying your future over it!
pasgun11 h, 22 m ago

Great find OP 6kg for £38! Cheapest protein I've ever seen.


Myprotein and bulk powders are routinely cheaper than this.
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Garnett26 m ago

Myprotein and bulk powders are routinely cheaper than this.



How can they be? I've bought a lot from them. The 5kg is £65 then there's always discount codes. 40% is the max I've ever seen it, 35% is more likely. Even 40% off £65 is still £39 and it's 1 kg less than this deal.
Garnett26 m ago

Myprotein and bulk powders are routinely cheaper than this.



Amazon sports nutrition promo offer. Spend £50 get 25% off. Make sure you add 3 t
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Not expired, just have to select the right seller option.
I'm totally a doctor too and I'm sure this stuff is perfectly fine as part of a varied diet..
"Cherry Bakewell" also from other sellers,still fulfilled by prime
Sam0214 h, 13 m ago

I am one, I just feel sorry for you guys. There are far better ways to get …I am one, I just feel sorry for you guys. There are far better ways to get the proteins you need. I know that alternative means don’t give you as much as these but come on! Not worth destroying your future over it!


I would really be interested to know which protein powders are healthier that have no future cancer side effects.....I know of hemp protein powder but unaware of others
pasgun6 h, 50 m ago

How can they be? I've bought a lot from them. The 5kg is £65 then there's …How can they be? I've bought a lot from them. The 5kg is £65 then there's always discount codes. 40% is the max I've ever seen it, 35% is more likely. Even 40% off £65 is still £39 and it's 1 kg less than this deal. Amazon sports nutrition promo offer. Spend £50 get 25% off. Make sure you add 3 t


6 kg of this PhD stuff that is 68% protein means you're getting about 4kgs of protein for your money.

Myprotein for example is 82% so 5 kgs contains (marginally) more protein than your 6 kgs of this.

As you acknowledge, there are frequently codes to get 40% off. Their codes always seem to stack, and recently there was an Amazon £10 voucher available, which for me (and the amount I use Amazon) was as good as cashback. As a result, my last 5kg bag (about a week ago) was £29 delivered and came with a free shaker and a free mildly-ridiculous water bottle.

That's more protein (and some additional free cupboard clutter) for about 75% of the price of this deal. I posted it and it went straight to about -250 degrees cold, so, in light of HUKD wisdom, what do I know? You're probably better off with this stuff!
Edited by: "Garnett" 21st Jan
urbanlegend1121 h, 22 m ago

I smell obesity with a hint of jealousy and some insecure undertones....


You are both an untapped wonder of modern diagnostic medicine.
That sounds like a great deal too. I must say I've only ever seen 40% off once and never any Amazon vouchers, although I have plenty of 'free' shakers . I must not spend enough time shopping for protein. Makes a change to try a different protein so I'll see how it goes. It's still a decent deal by any means.
Garnett9 h, 18 m ago

6 kg of this PhD stuff that is 68% protein means you're getting about 4kgs …6 kg of this PhD stuff that is 68% protein means you're getting about 4kgs of protein for your money.Myprotein for example is 82% so 5 kgs contains (marginally) more protein than your 6 kgs of this.As you acknowledge, there are frequently codes to get 40% off. Their codes always seem to stack, and recently there was an Amazon £10 voucher available, which for me (and the amount I use Amazon) was as good as cashback. As a result, my last 5kg bag (about a week ago) was £29 delivered and came with a free shaker and a free mildly-ridiculous water bottle.That's more protein (and some additional free cupboard clutter) for about 75% of the price of this deal. I posted it and it went straight to about -250 degrees cold, so, in light of HUKD wisdom, what do I know? You're probably better off with this stuff!

naturelover14 h, 8 m ago

I would really be interested to know which protein powders are healthier …I would really be interested to know which protein powders are healthier that have no future cancer side effects.....I know of hemp protein powder but unaware of others


I know caesin protein is better for losing weight as it keeps you full for longer and keeps craving s away.
pasgun1 h, 48 m ago

That sounds like a great deal too. I must say I've only ever seen 40% off …That sounds like a great deal too. I must say I've only ever seen 40% off once and never any Amazon vouchers, although I have plenty of 'free' shakers . I must not spend enough time shopping for protein. Makes a change to try a different protein so I'll see how it goes. It's still a decent deal by any means.


Yeah, I completely agree about trying different stuff. Personally I'm more inclined to go for the higher percentage proteins. I'm not too interested in other supplements and slimming aids mixed in.

As was posted on HUKD before, the MyProtein stuff was independently tested at 87.6% protein and ranked 3rd overall in that lab's tests:

labdoor.com/ran…ein

Always got to caveat though - the HUKD science team knows something we don't, so maybe the stuff with lots of marketing really *is* better.
doesnt seem to be working?
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