PHD Protein Amazon deal stack - 3 x PhD Nutrition Diet Whey Protein Powder - 500 g, Cherry Bakewell £50.85 + 25% off £50 spend + Voucher = £28.14 @ Amazon
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PHD Protein Amazon deal stack - 3 x PhD Nutrition Diet Whey Protein Powder - 500 g, Cherry Bakewell £50.85 + 25% off £50 spend + Voucher = £28.14 @ Amazon

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Found 25th Jan
Combine Amazon BIGTHANKS promo code with 25% off £50 spend

3x 1kg Belgian Choc (my fave) =£50.85
With deal stack = £28.14

£9.38 per kg for a range of flavours

(I know Cherry bakewell was about £1 cheaper the other day but I don’t like the favour so hopefully will be helpful to those who like the other flavours too)
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Nice
Tastes rubbish real quick, go with optimum nutrition if you want flavour, still good performance and doesn't make you want to throw up when trying to swallow the lumps of powder that don't mix in the PhD powders
Edited by: "Diolusion" 25th Jan
Diolusion2 m ago

Tastes rubbish real quick, go with optimum nutrition if you want flavour, …Tastes rubbish real quick, go with optimum nutrition if you want flavour, still good performance and doesn't make you want to throw up when trying to swallow the lumps of powder that don't mix in the PhD powders


Lol brand snob
This is A very good deal

Heated
usernameinalid25th Jan

This is A very good dealHeated


Not sure over £9/kg rates as a good deal, certainly not for me. Maybe it is if you specifically want PHD.
Just got 2 diet whey x 2kg for £33
Where can u get it less than £9 a kg
username88828 m ago

Where can u get it less than £9 a kg


Myprotein
Smadmad5 m ago

Myprotein


Is it? Il shop there if so, but their own brand equivalent is £17.99 for a kg? Even with the current 30% off it’s still more. Iv never tried it to be honest so I don’t know if it’s nice... their protein pancake mix was horrific though, which put me off.
Perfect! Went nicely with my £10 credit from the protein box (which was actually the best box yet) I really like the Belgian chocolate too, it's the only chocolate one I've ever had and enjoyed
Can anyone please enlighten me. I'm currently trying to build my upper body strength up. Nothing major, I don't want to bulk, or become like a body builder etc. I'm just trying to tone and build a small amount of muscle. I work out at a minimum 5 days a week. I've absolutely no idea about protein powder. But I need some for post workout protein shakes etc that I want to make. What do u need to buy? Brands don't bother me, but I know that diet protein powder has lots of sugar in. Seeing how theres lots of other brands in this offer, I was hoping maybe somebody could enlighten a beginner please? Many thanks.
Edited by: "Mumtotmz" 25th Jan
Good deal but protein power is the biggest con in sports. Just drink a pint of full fat milk after your work out!
Mumtotmz5 m ago

Can anyone please enlighten me. I'm currently trying to build my upper …Can anyone please enlighten me. I'm currently trying to build my upper body strength up. Nothing major, I don't want to bulk, or become like a body builder etc. I'm just trying to tone and build a small amount of muscle. I work out at a minimum 5 days a week. I've absolutely no idea about protein powder. But I need some for post workout protein shakes etc that I want to make. What do u need to buy? Brands don't bother me, but I know that diet protein powder has lots of sugar in. Sewing how theres lots of other brands in this offer, I was hoping maybe somebody could enlighten a beginner please? Many thanks.


If you're not trying build lots of muscle and get big then you shouldn't really need protein powder to reach your goals if you already have a well balanced diet.
Edited by: "kane7990" 25th Jan
Mumtotmz37 m ago

Can anyone please enlighten me. I'm currently trying to build my upper …Can anyone please enlighten me. I'm currently trying to build my upper body strength up. Nothing major, I don't want to bulk, or become like a body builder etc. I'm just trying to tone and build a small amount of muscle. I work out at a minimum 5 days a week. I've absolutely no idea about protein powder. But I need some for post workout protein shakes etc that I want to make. What do u need to buy? Brands don't bother me, but I know that diet protein powder has lots of sugar in. Sewing how theres lots of other brands in this offer, I was hoping maybe somebody could enlighten a beginner please? Many thanks.


To build muscle, you need to be in a calorie surplus i.e eat more than you burn. Your protein doesn't necessarily have to come from powder. Any good source of protein would help you do it.
However, if you find it hard to achieve your protein requirements just from food, any decent protein powder would do the job. Whey protein is always recommend as it's the purest form of protein powder.

Personally, I would not go for this protein as I do not like the nutritional profile of it.

Hope it helps
Edited by: "Djenga" 25th Jan
kane799031 m ago

If you're not trying build lots of muscle and get big then you shouldn't … If you're not trying build lots of muscle and get big then you shouldn't really need protein powder to reach your goals if you already have a well balanced diet.


Thank you. I like it to help rebuild muscle. I mainly weight train, so I suppose lean muscle and strength is my goal, not bulk muscle. If that's even a thing? I normally make protein pancakes post workout.
HottyHotty1 h, 28 m ago

Not sure over £9/kg rates as a good deal, certainly not for me. Maybe it …Not sure over £9/kg rates as a good deal, certainly not for me. Maybe it is if you specifically want PHD.


if you live an active lifestyle

Protein is protein
Regardless of brands
Thank you. I won't waste my money then. I'll stick with the protein foods I'm taking to hit my macros.
Djenga8 m ago

To build muscle, you need to be in a calorie surplus i.e eat more than you …To build muscle, you need to be in a calorie surplus i.e eat more than you burn. Your protein doesn't necessarily have to come from powder. Any good source of protein would help you do it. However, if you find it hard to achieve your protein requirements just from food, any decent protein powder would do the job. Whey protein is always recommend as it's the purest form of protein powder.Personally, I would not go for this protein as I do not like the nutritional profile of it.Hope it helps



A calorie surplus?! Really? I'm definitely in a deficit at the moment. I'm 3 month post baby, so it's more about getting my shape back at the moment I suppose and re toning my now 'mum tum'. I
Edited by: "Mumtotmz" 25th Jan
Mumtotmz5 m ago

Thank you. I like it to help rebuild muscle. I mainly weight train, so I …Thank you. I like it to help rebuild muscle. I mainly weight train, so I suppose lean muscle and strength is my goal, not bulk muscle. If that's even a thing? I normally make protein pancakes post workout.


Protein is just a gap filler in your diet, if you aren't getting enough into you daily diet

Some people use it to replace meals

Diet whey has helped me get leaner and ripped

But I go to the gym
Edited by: "usernameinalid" 25th Jan
annalouisemasters54 m ago

Is it? Il shop there if so, but their own brand equivalent is £17.99 for a …Is it? Il shop there if so, but their own brand equivalent is £17.99 for a kg? Even with the current 30% off it’s still more. Iv never tried it to be honest so I don’t know if it’s nice... their protein pancake mix was horrific though, which put me off.


They change the offers every 2 days, the 30% isn't that great to be honest, they are usually better.
I use MyProtein Impact Whey, on offer costs between £38-£42 for 5kg.
It has a higher protein then PHD with less fat and carbs but similar calorie content.
I agree the pancakes ain't great.
Edited by: "Smadmad" 25th Jan
usernameinalid25th Jan

Protein is just a gap filler in your diet, if you aren't getting enough …Protein is just a gap filler in your diet, if you aren't getting enough into you daily dietSome people use it to replace mealsDiet whey has helped me get leaner and rippedBut I go to the gym


I do body pump from home, HIIT, weights, and I'm a runner. I can't afford the gym on maternity pay currently, but I'm desperate to go back. Thanks for your advice
Smadmad2 m ago

They change the offers every 2 days, the 30% isn't that great to be …They change the offers every 2 days, the 30% isn't that great to be honest, they are usually better.I use MyProtein Impact Whey, on offer costs between £38-£42 for 5kg.It has a higher protein then PHD with less fat and carbs but similar calorie content.I agree the pancakes ain't great.


The impact whey deal was 5kg for £23
But I keep an eye out for deals

The PhD 6kg was what I purchased

It does vary in price

Got to have sharp eyes for the deals
Mumtotmz3 m ago

I do body pump from home, HIIT, weights, and I'm a runner. I can't afford …I do body pump from home, HIIT, weights, and I'm a runner. I can't afford the gym on maternity pay currently, but I'm desperate to go back. Thanks for your advice


Keep an eye out for the 2kg PhD diet whey it drops to 15 to £20.
That will help shred the fat with exercise
usernameinalid25th Jan

Keep an eye out for the 2kg PhD diet whey it drops to 15 to £20.That will …Keep an eye out for the 2kg PhD diet whey it drops to 15 to £20.That will help shred the fat with exercise


Diet whey is just 'normal' whey protein with added caffeine and green tea extract. Caffeine and green tea extract help boost your metabolism. Phd diet primarily contains the 'cheaper' casein protein which is the slowest digesting protein.

I would recommend against Phd as there are much better alternatives available.
Edited by: "Djenga" 25th Jan
usernameinalid25th Jan

The impact whey deal was 5kg for £23But I keep an eye out for dealsThe PhD …The impact whey deal was 5kg for £23But I keep an eye out for dealsThe PhD 6kg was what I purchasedIt does vary in priceGot to have sharp eyes for the deals


That was a one off and a long time ago lol
Cheers
Djenga16 m ago

Diet whey is just 'normal' whey protein with added caffeine and green tea …Diet whey is just 'normal' whey protein with added caffeine and green tea extract. Caffeine and green tea extract help boost your metabolism. Phd diet primarily contains the 'cheaper' casein protein which is the slowest digesting protein. I would recommend against Phd as there are much better alternatives available.


Works for me and tastes okay

I prefer this as its a deal

I'm not into brands

Just what is good taste, deal and price
usernameinalid25th Jan

Keep an eye out for the 2kg PhD diet whey it drops to 15 to £20.That will …Keep an eye out for the 2kg PhD diet whey it drops to 15 to £20.That will help shred the fat with exercise


Perfect. Thank you. 😊
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