Bargain, my smartshake is similar and cost way more
All Protein Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
Mine turn up yesterday, I placed my order nearly three months ago - :) BTW great taste 52% protein I paid around £7 per box of 24
Go for lentils (lentil soup etc), soya bean, egg, chicken etc
Will do any suggestions?
Still waiting for a box (of another flavour) I believe ordered before Christmas
I've been using Optimum Nutrition for the past few months. I tried this whey isolate yesterday for the first time and it gave me serious gas. Just my personal experience.
Wait for a better deal, like their 35-40% off or 241 deals.
The better deal here is 5Kg for £60 which gets free next day delivery plus a choice of 1 of 4 different 1kg versions of whey protein (6kg in total).
I'm gonna guess that it was definitely concentrate!
Amazing if that was for Isolate and not concentrate. Will keep an eye out.
Glad it helped you out
Just picked some up. There was no sign on the shelf but scanned at 50p. Thanks for the find.
Mint ones are the only ones I buy as the other flavours are horrible. But these are great bars and have less carbs that all the other main brand ones. Their meal replacement bars are great too especially to help stop bingeing at work if you sit at a desk all day.
Mint ones are nice but the orange ones are rank 😣
Looked at the name thought it was engine oil
Looks like they've reduced their regular discounts for this so it actually works out as a worse deal.
love a freebie thanks for posting
Full of sugar
Got the coconut ones with my online shop very tasty
thisnis hilarious....just bought popcorn....hahahahah
I agree with the energy drink one. For every study that rubbishes the benefit of protein supplements there is 100 studies that proves them. Basic biology tells us that the muscles need increased protein in order to repair and maintain their mass and it's pretty widely acknowledged by athletes and nutritionalists that around 2g of protein per lb of body weight in 24 hours is optimum protein intake for someone wanting to increase muscle mass. Obviously this needs to be good quality, bio-available protein with consumption spread across the day.
well lets agree to disagree, in my opinion you can get all the protein from food naturally that's a fact, there is no need for the supplements, its a big scam, the same thing can be said about energy drinks, I watched a bbc documentary a few years ago and they held trials on so called energy drink and protein and the scientist holding the studies mentioned if you take to much protein , it will end up in your urine some there will be traces in your liver and kidneys, the study was over two years, also on energy drinks, there was hardly and benefit, they gave a high end athlete a 2% gain after two hours of extreme training, if your chasing small percentages you will get very minor gains, its a scam.
Trust me, you're wrong. I don't read "muscle mag". My research consists of holding a degree in sports science, various qualifications in sports nutrition and also many years ago training with Stuart Garrington, who 2 years ago was NABBA Mr World. Where on earth do you get the figure of 0.8g of protein from? The government recommendation is 40g, and that's not for someone who trains.
Your kidneys filter waste products from your blood while retaining what your body needs — including proteins. However, conditions allow proteins to pass through the filters of your kidneys, causing protein in urine. Conditions that can cause a temporary rise in the levels of protein in urine fools
Its also available on line at starbargains
Looks a top deal! Heat added op :)
25g of sugar isn't great but 50g of protein is nice
Sorry voted cold by mistake! great deal
Yeah it was a bit of a let down lol the first thing that came up was regional transportation district which didn't go (highfive)
I did aswell ...received them today just a heads up. I was actually going to cancel it after seeing this hukd post but it turned up lol
Loads Of videos on YouTube to show you how. Very easy apparently, I just can't be bothered, or don't have the time.
How do you make your own sugar
I ordered in March but just cancelled now and that was at £8.34 a box. reading above and checking, sugar content too high and they can use any quaily of protein, going to make my own. very easy to do and cheaper.not voting hot or cold, Its a good price but not for me (pirate)
Their products are really poor compared to My Protein or Go Nutrition or even Bulk Powders. I’ve wasted money on inedible pancake and mug cake mixes but when I left reviews they never post them on the site. I won’t use them again.
Quite expensive to begin with...
Not working on all products
Very Calorific....were 39p each in poundstretcher...store specific though
With peanuts it's about fat not carbs. Why pay extra for brand name anyway? Cold.
i think they have these in B&M for about a quid maybe £1.25
My bad. Changed to £1.39.
Is it £1.39 or £1.55?
This might be nationwide. My local Poundland was doing this offer a few weeks, ago.
It can be used as a meal replacement shake or as a weight gain supplement. Its not honey. Just powder to add to milk. There was 6 left when i left the store 15 minutes ago
Hang on, is it a drink or a cheap jar of honey?
I am nearby. Run interference as I goose over...
It was to the the left of the normal protein stuff and next to men's deodrants
Decent prices and excellent customer service. Hot
I spike my insulin with Dextrose post work other then that I try not to. I used to add ground oats to my shakes and would get a insulin spike. I have added flax seeds and mct, they dampened the insulin effect but still spiked it. I ended up adding whole oats
Yep - you've mentioned this before and it makes perfect sense; grinding the raw oats into powder increases the surface area enzymes can work on, so it can be digested into glucose at a faster rate, spiking blood sugar / insulin levels sooner after consumption, rather than the slow, long increase from intact raw oats. What I can't find out is how 100g powdered oats compares to 100g glucose, maltodextrine etc in terms of rate of digestion. I've seen people mentioning adding olive oil or flax seed oil to your powdered oat protein shakes to slow down the rate of digestion, but again, no information on the degree to which this slows down the process. Either way, still way cheaper and probably a little healthier than the sugars in most commercial mass gainers.
Powdered oats have a high Gi rating so will react almost like sugar.
Brilliant deal. Especially for bulking. But I’m avoiding dairy and having a much more manageable digestive system in the process :)
230g per serving? If you want to make a mass-gainer or need a recovery shake, just buy a 5kg bag of whey concentrate or isolate, and a couple of 5kg bags of powdered oats (maybe a small bag of short-chain carbs if you want a fast energy boost post work-out). 30g whey and 75g powdered oats The oats 375cals, 6g fat (1g saturated), 46g carbs (<1g sugars), 8g protein, 8g fibre Whey 124cals, 5.6g fat (3.7g saturated), 3g carbs (3g sugars), 25g protein So thats 499 cals, 11.6g fat (4.7g saturated), 49g carbs (<4g sugars), 33g protein, 8g fibre. 5kg whey concentrate and 10kg powdered oats will set you back about £50, and for that you can make 150+ mass gainer shakes. 30p per shake, vs this at £1.12 per shake. If you need the creatine, which this USN product has, then that's dirt cheap for a 250g bag (£3).
Thanks Boz, keep the good work up :)
Has 1 star on amazon for me?
thx OP (pirate)
the photo is fake though. you can do the reverse image search yourself. that's, at the very minimum, shady af.
Are they low carb like quest bars?
Are these not just like cereal bars? Why the high price?
Carb Killa Qu'est-ce que c'est
How did it come to £9.24?
They told me it was halal when I emailed them. Said it contains halal bovine geletine. Have they changed the ingredients?
No problem. Hope you got some before OOS again :)
Thanks Jessy! Sorry for misreading your original post. Forgiveness please. Namaste
It's in stock again online.
It's in stock again! Be quick :)
Screenshot from yesterday. Only this size is £2.75 BOGOF. (As stated in the description)
Jelly babies work too
Very I assume if this is all you offered; much better to pay for a meal for your date.... (cheeky) I do like these maxi bars; they seem to give me an energy boost when out cycling.
The water bottle grows black mould for some reason after a while. I have numerous gallon/half gallon bottles from MyProtien, PHD, BSN etc and MyProtien bottles are the only one that this seems to happen with. Doesn't help that they are black tinted which makes it hard to notice, it wasn't to someone else pointed out that these were prone to mould that I checked my own and found it.
I have the oat and whey bars all the time. I agree they are probably not the softest most delicious bars but if you don't care and are just eating for macros then these are very decent! Heat from me!
Decent price for what it is, but I advise reading the recent reviews on these bars before buying.