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Slimfast Strawberry/Banana Shake Mix £4.97 prime / £9.46 non prime @ Amazon
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Slimfast Strawberry/Banana Shake Mix £4.97 prime / £9.46 non prime @ Amazon

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Posted 9th May
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Hi you smexy guys and gals, Amazon currently have the banana and strawberry shake powders reduced to £4.97, next best is Sainsburys and SuperDrug with local/national sales.
Keep yourself fit by ordering fitness stuff from the comfort and most importantly safety of your own home.
We all need that summer body ready for the next few months of #gardensunbathing.
Stay fit UK.
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20.9g of sugar per serving. Don't think anyone will be sliming fast with this.
drivay09/05/2020 07:52

It's always been this price in home bargains...


Easier and more reliable to get this ordered and be here tomorrow than it is to brave the shops and hope they have some in stock with more than a couple months left on it. Just highlighting other options for people. Also last time I was in home bargains it was a couple pence more expensive than this, so there's that.
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It's always been this price in home bargains...
drivay09/05/2020 07:52

It's always been this price in home bargains...


Easier and more reliable to get this ordered and be here tomorrow than it is to brave the shops and hope they have some in stock with more than a couple months left on it. Just highlighting other options for people. Also last time I was in home bargains it was a couple pence more expensive than this, so there's that.
lewilewi4109/05/2020 07:58

Easier and more reliable to get this ordered and be here tomorrow than it …Easier and more reliable to get this ordered and be here tomorrow than it is to brave the shops and hope they have some in stock with more than a couple months left on it. Just highlighting other options for people. Also last time I was in home bargains it was a couple pence more expensive than this, so there's that.


I'd be more skeptical about dates off amazon, I can see your point about the shops if you live in a city. Not arguing over a 'deal' for the sake of a few pence more!
drivay09/05/2020 08:00

I'd be more skeptical about dates off amazon, I can see your point about …I'd be more skeptical about dates off amazon, I can see your point about the shops if you live in a city. Not arguing over a 'deal' for the sake of a few pence more!


Every penny matters. Wasnt trying to argue or aggro you. Sorry my dude.
Heat added but if you can get to b&m or home bargains it's £4.49
Basically just a protein shake packaged as a diet supplement.
Would be worth comparing serving cost compared with a comparable protein shake (nutrition wise) to see which works out better value
Ordered thanks.
Check the weight as there are two sizes. I have some that are 365g which may have come from Home Bargains which would make this a better offer
My quarantine belly thanks you - my soul hates you..

Ordered - HEAT!
20.9g of sugar per serving. Don't think anyone will be sliming fast with this.
DownUGo09/05/2020 11:15

20.9g of sugar per serving. Don't think anyone will be sliming fast with …20.9g of sugar per serving. Don't think anyone will be sliming fast with this.


I literally just thought the same thing. My diabetic mum used to get caught out on these sorts of things really badly before we taught her to not believe the "No added sugar" and what to read on the nutrition. Far better off buying a protein shake as a supplement. I use Sci MX Pro V Gain and would highly recommend to anyone.
Thanks ordered 200 for ebay
Just full of crap ingredients! What’s the nutritional value in this?
Jase7910/05/2020 04:49

Just full of crap ingredients! What’s the nutritional value in this?


Mcdonalds does quite well for itself....
Had these before, probably the tastiest and most delicious "protein powders" I've had but they don't do anything as it's so full of sugar
srblack509/05/2020 11:37

I literally just thought the same thing. My diabetic mum used to get …I literally just thought the same thing. My diabetic mum used to get caught out on these sorts of things really badly before we taught her to not believe the "No added sugar" and what to read on the nutrition. Far better off buying a protein shake as a supplement. I use Sci MX Pro V Gain and would highly recommend to anyone.


Hi mate, Did your Mum find an alternative to Slimfast that was better suited to a Diabetic?
pjd197210/05/2020 12:33

Hi mate, Did your Mum find an alternative to Slimfast that was better …Hi mate, Did your Mum find an alternative to Slimfast that was better suited to a Diabetic?


Hiya (precursor that I'm not a nutritionist!) But (Michael Mosley - the fast 800 Website) helped my mum lose weight and reduce her blood sugar levels in a short time period. Potentially better for just lifestyle changes and a continued healthy low GI diet would be Patrick Holford (Website) for longer term. Hope that's helpful!
srblack510/05/2020 13:02

Hiya (precursor that I'm not a nutritionist!) But (Michael Mosley - the …Hiya (precursor that I'm not a nutritionist!) But (Michael Mosley - the fast 800 Website) helped my mum lose weight and reduce her blood sugar levels in a short time period. Potentially better for just lifestyle changes and a continued healthy low GI diet would be Patrick Holford (Website) for longer term. Hope that's helpful!


cheers mate, much appreciated.
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