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Quakers protein golden syrup/original porridge pot 49g/63g 50p @ tesco
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Quakers protein golden syrup/original porridge pot 49g/63g 50p @ tesco

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Quacking deal.
If you dont mind a sachet to empty into your own cup I just bought big box of 20 individual sachet from iceland on offer for 2.40 ish so 12 pence per serving but you will need to wash your own cup or bowl afterward to enjoy this saving.
Anyone tried the stuff before?
Yeah it’s decent
mmm, a pot holding 49g for 50p or a 1 kilo bag of oats for 75p? tough choice.....
I like a porridge (and believe its a key ingredient for a long life) but am quite concerened how so many products now highlight Protein as an ingredient, incuding weetabix which have previously been advertised in a child appealling way if I remember correctly. I have no doubt the recent demand for protein added/rich products is not for health reasons but for vanity. I wish we could focus more on being good rather than looking good.
sparehead405/02/2020 17:26

I like a porridge (and believe its a key ingredient for a long life) but …I like a porridge (and believe its a key ingredient for a long life) but am quite concerened how so many products now highlight Protein as an ingredient, incuding weetabix which have previously been advertised in a child appealling way if I remember correctly. I have no doubt the recent demand for protein added/rich products is not for health reasons but for vanity. I wish we could focus more on being good rather than looking good.


Couldn't agree more. It seems like everything has to have high protein these days.

I remember reading a study on this and it was found that most people got enough protein in the day from their regular food portions, and those that took additional supplements just and the protein come out in their wee as their body didn't need to absorb any more.
sparehead405/02/2020 17:26

I like a porridge (and believe its a key ingredient for a long life) but …I like a porridge (and believe its a key ingredient for a long life) but am quite concerened how so many products now highlight Protein as an ingredient, incuding weetabix which have previously been advertised in a child appealling way if I remember correctly. I have no doubt the recent demand for protein added/rich products is not for health reasons but for vanity. I wish we could focus more on being good rather than looking good.


There should really be more education on food when growing up. At the moment there is a diet industry which normalises low weight is good when really it can mean a myriad of things. I'm around 70kg and cycle roughly about 8 and a half hours a week for commutes and workouts and lift weights once a week to keep things in balance and that means I need to eat enough fuel to sustain that level of activity. People at work don't see the 10 hours of exercise I'm doing, they just express shock at the amount of food I'm eating, it's truly infuriating sometimes.

I watched this recently and I believe it's quite spot on
youtube.com/wat…txs
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