Might be worth adding four chocolates and sweets or cheap items to get the 15% discount. Adding four items for a pound will still total ~£49 rather than £53 for just the whey. Change your s&s delivery date to the earliest you can and you’ll get it sooner.
Thanks,yes I only have 5% s&s. £53 is still a brilliant price for 4.53kg though,thanks for highlighting it!
There are three discounts: 15% s&s 15% first subscription and 10% prime student totalling 40% so £50 item should be £30. Maybe you have 5% s&s and gift card credit?
How are you getting these prices? I’m a prime student and have the 15% offer,2.27 is costing 31.50 and 4.53kg is £53 after deductions?
Shook my PhD blender bottle (with stainless steel ball-shaped whisk) far more vigorously today and it had the least amount of dry powder lumps thus far. I’m mixing mine with water btw.
I tried stirring with a spoon and then using a fork, but the same result. I'll have to go for a blender anyway.
Dont go to deep into the whole this/that protein if starting out. If you are ever a pro IFBB training for Mr Universe or Olympia then look at protein types, timing etc and all the other things that might make 1% difference. For 99.9% of gym goers the old 1-1.5g per lbs of body weight is perfect. DYOR
In honesty I don't know as I am just getting back into training. Casein is meant to be a slow burning protein that is available to the body over a longer period. Personally I would have preffered Whey isolate which is said to be absorbed into the body faster but it was more expensive. I guess that makes this a normal protein - or somewhere between the two. It will do me and I had put on weight with normal whey in the past.
I am just starting out at the gym. If I get this then do I need to get Casein protein for after workouts? Or is this all I need?
Great product and from one of top Supplement Companies .
I think youre wrong their
They know what they are doing, what they are selling and what dates are on those. Like I said, if I was given £1 for every time Amazon have told me they will open an investigation, I would be as rich as Jeff Bezos. I'm not sure who takes the hit on FBA refunds where the product isn't returned. Any hits like our refunds will be less than 1% sold. I'm sure most won't contest what they receive and or even kick up a fuss. Read loads of reviews over the years saying they've thrown stuff in the bin. The peanut butter itself (I ordered the crunchy) is quite nice. Will only order 1 at time if this hits below £4 again.
Snap. I got asked to send a photo of the date on the bottom of the tub. Clearly the whole BS convo of the product being investigated and removed from the site was utter bull which tbh I knew anyway. Bad crack sending short life products out regardless of the price.
Amazon and investigations ha ha ha. Number of times I've been spun that line from them. My S&S order was delivered today. All short dated. A supervisor refunded the lot after some annoying t**t was dragging their heels for 40 minutes even though I emailed them a photo clearly showing the short dates.
I'm not sure you'd really see that much benefit to using these kind of products. Far too many people get caught up buying protein powders like this, assuming they are going to perform some kind of miracle, when they're not really doing anything extraordinary when it comes to exercise. In my opinion, it is far more important to just eat the right things before and after your long walks. Carbs before, protein after is the most basic advice out there. I am by no means an expert, but if you spend an hour or so online doing some research, I'm sure you'll see that people will talk much more about diet than products like this. These are more aimed at people that do frequent strenuous strength training and can't quite get the protein from food, etc that they need to help their muscles recover. Even then though, you'll see them carefully choosing what they eat and when! It won't hurt to try these, so by all means go ahead if you want to, but I wouldn't expect it to do anything noticeable, so it's likely just a waste of money. Just my two cents XD
Hey thanks so much for your help and kind words <3 it's my dream to one day run again but I'm afraid of triggering another cardiac event. Even if it doesn't taste the best it's got to be worth £15 on subscribe and save, it should arrive on Friday. The three camels shows its only been cheaper once before
Thanks for posting, I’ll give this a try. I train 5/6 times at week and often suffer muscle pain so I hope this helps. I also like a good drink so the hangover tip is useful. (y) 🏼
Wow that’s a lot of walking! Don’t sell your self short (strong) . These drinks are all about replenishing your depleted carb reserves with some protein to repair muscle damage. If you’re going to do another 2-3 hour walk on day two you likely could benefit. It’s worth a punt at the price. Can recommend Strawberry or the Choc flavour but Vanilla. Hmmm.
Thanks OP, this stuff is excellent for hangovers!!
Up the price, send out a discount code.... Overpriced.
Yes I personally use it but at those prices I'll stick with Amazon or Holland & Barrett when on offer. Normally get it at around £20 for 2kg.
Agreed, their first whey is the best tasting though
First impression is great deal. But then you see how inflated the prices are and see that it's just another retail marketing scam to con you into thinking you're getting a bargain. PhD Diet Whey Amazon £28 S&S PhD Diet Why Direct from PhD £50 -40% off = £30 so £2 more, yet it's supposed to be a deal ..
Those Carb Cutter Bites seem extremely expensive for the content usually? The whole bag only contains 96g of Protein. Only costing £3 for the bag though seems nicer. I've seen those Mo-Farrah cookies 79p for 23g of protein in B&M and they are chocolate and they are roughly the same macro wise I believe. Be cheaper to make your own little bites (4 scoops of protein powder mine at 25g in weight for 20g in protein, 2 table spoons of peanut butter or powdered peanut butter, 3 tea spoons of milk, and 6 to 8 squirts of Skinny Syrup, stir and put it in the oven at 175c for 15/20 minute and you get a cake you cut up, 85g of protein roughly 500 calories)
Honeycomb carb cutter bites oddly taste like licorice
Thanks for this deal OP. I got 48 cookies for £42. Took a risk on 24 of the lean cookies for a change. Reviews are mixed but the ‘non lean’ version is so tasty that I normally plough through the whole box in a couple of days :S
No free delivery with this code
Still no isolate?!
I can remember posting a camera bag that was sold on amazon for £80 less than normal and that got voted cold -120. But then sometimes see stuff that's a few hundred quid with £20 discount gets hot!?
People don't understand voting on here quite clearly.
Mine just arrived, amazing - just like chocolate milk and so lean. Back up to £35 on Amazon now
Take reviews like this with a grain of salt unless there's a significant pattern of similar events.
Its Amazons fault. They storage the power so bad :-( But some extra protein is always okay :D
Taking it since i started bodybuilding 10 years ago. It is the biggest german protein company, its all made in germany with the highest standards and labs certifications (own and extern) Here you can see it They are sponsoring lot of famous athletes in germany like the mr olympia competeter David Hoffmann, or like Tim Budesheim and they have the biggest german BB forum team-andro.com with 300.000 members. Also they have their own news site and their photograph is one of the famoust Bodybuilding Photograph worldwide They are getting their protein powder from Sachsenmilch (the company behind Müllermilch). They are saying that they are only using the best flavours and for me, that is true! Tested a lot of protein, Body&FIT, Allstars, ESN, Myprotein, Olimp, Ironmaxx, PBN, BioTech and this is (for me) really the best brand If you have any questions abput the protein you can ask the developer directly https://www.team-andro.com/phpBB3/esn-designer-whey-t117667.html But anyway, Myprotein also get their powder from Sachsenmilch. The taste is not as good as the esn protein, but also on a high level and much cheaper. So decide by yourself (y) Greetings from germany (hope my englisch is not so bad :-( )
That happens in any warehouse. At least it’s not in the product itself. As far as we know. Other reviews look positive.
Watch out, not at all keto friendly for most people due to the maltitol content. And whether or not it chemically kicks you out if ketosis it'll just drive those sugar cravings.
Am I missing something. £19.99 for 12, makes it £1.67 each. 3 pack is £2.99 RRP, so £1 each. Voucher reduces 12 pack to £9.99, so 83p each, not really 50% off given the £19.99 is balls, if 3 pack is £2.99 standard price
Thanks for that - I'm T1 and not on keto but low carb diet so decided against these. Make up my own sort of thing with 90% dark choc and peanut butter with a little protiein powder and they're pretty decent (imho lol). Thanks for the info (highfive)
For sure I've fell for it before seen 1g or 2g of sugar and thought that's great until you look at the gi of matitol still voted hot 4 the price :)
Good deal for those who like let's say Grenade bars. Not to everyone's taste.
Think the British public allowed the closure of high street shops and complete collapse of the live entertainment industry over the past year, Likely to do so again when Boris reneges on June 21st promise.
It’s an environmental disaster and all to bulk out cheap food with an even cheaper additive. The sustainability issue is a complete con , they sign up to it then are allowed to carry on as normal , it’s a paper shuffling exercise .
Only because the British public allow it . The money lost would have paid for 2000+ nurses . Not to mention the extra money lost because Amazon has caused the closure of many local shops , resulting in tax loss and employment. While I can see the value in stuff you can’t get local , peanut butter isn’t one of them . Will the government cut you a special deal to reduce your tax by 80% + ? . Will the government cut tax for high street retail to Amazon levels ?no . These big multinationals reroute earnings through other countries and avoid tax , and the government allows it so while we are sitting back watching the destruction of our high street and jobs to save 50p on peanut butter . It just ain’t right .
Might not be right but have they not paid what they are legally obliged to?