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Sci mx ultra whey protein chocolate shake 450g  £2  @ Superdrug instore ( Bexleyheath )
LocalLocalFound 11 h, 20 m agoFound 11 h, 20 m ago
Expires dec 2019 instore only
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Anyone else seen these in their local Store?


I buy from other city .


Ohh strawberry was reduced too? Was £5 on the shelf in the superdrug by me


Yeah (y)


Gotta catch em all!

Boostbox Protein Advent Calendar - £21 @ Argos (Free C&C)
LocalLocalFound 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Might not be Xmas but this is seriously good value when you look at the PDF that tells you what it includes, less than £1 an item and all full size I have tried to list as many a… Read more

Thanks. I will check!


Check the pdf on the link for full list of ingredients in all items as it could vary by product


Are these vegetarian?


Ordered, thanks


Gainz* (lol)

For Goodness Shakes 25g Protein £1 @ Asda
LocalLocalFound 19th MarFound 19th Mar
First ever deal! Found Asda are selling For Goodness Shakes Strawberry Flavour in Asda for £1 - thought it was a bargain! These can often be found for £2-£3 depending where you b… Read more
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Macro Nazis (:I


Just waiting for all the know it all MACRO Nazis to come along and rip this to shreds (excited)


Sugar is about 24g per bottle!


Hopefully helps those that want it delivered in their grocery shop - can’t see on Aldi, great deal if so!


79p in Aldi!


Thanks. I'll just jump in my time machine and go correct that (y)


U should have done all this research before buying it for 8-10 years


Expired. Price gone back up, cheap flavoured drink for the gym even if you don't take on board what BCAAs can or cannot do for you


This is spot on advice. Moreover for BCAA to be effective it would require all 9 amino acids - this supplement only contains 3. The remaining 6 or all 9 can be obtained from food if your conscience of your diet and eating good quality food. Otherwise it can be obtained from Whey protein - In essence, a supplement for the supplement. Check out this Sports Scientist on Youtube, he debunks fellow celebrity tubers selling such junk!


Peperami Classic Beef 3 x 20g pack with 5g of protein per stick 60p online and in store @ Sainsburys
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
Peperami Classic Beef 3 x 20g packs are 60p online and instore at Sainsburys - 20p each. Same 3 pack is £1.59 in Asda and £1.50 in Tesco and £1 EACH at Musclefood. My little boy … Read more

Disgusting things. Slimy and greasy and "off" tasting.


yup they taste like poop! i shudder at the thought of how these are made, they actually taste like plastic


Great price. Was about £1.60 odd in Asda today.


These are rank, pork is way better

Graze Cocoa Vanilla & Oats Vegan Protein Bites 30g (Pack of 15) - £5.63 (Add on) £5.35 (S&S) @ Amazon
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
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Already posted. In fact all 3 varieties are the same price.


But it’s a “Protein bite” not a flapjack ;)


When I see the word flapjack it doesn’t immediately spring into mind that it would be the kcal equivalent to a cucumber 🥒


Margarine being the second most abundant ingredient too (annoyed) no thanks too


7.4g of sugar vs. 5g of protein. no thanks.

Trek protein flapjack 10p instore @ Co-Op
LocalLocalFound 14th MarFound 14th Mar
R educed in the co-op Been told Nationwide

Mine was 12 cans of Pepsi bb feb 19 on the 1st march 20p :D (instead of £7.89!!!)


Not short dated, the 10p items in Co-Op are out of date! I picked up some protein snacks and cashews this week, dated Feb19 all for 10p per week. Excellent value!


They're delicious!!!!


Ingredients: Gluten Free Oats (20%), Rice Syrup, Soya Protein Crunchies (Soya Protein, Tapioca Starch, Salt) (15%), Dark Chocolate Flavoured Coating (Sugar, Palm Oil*, Cocoa Powder, Emulsifier: Sunflower Lecithin) (13%), Vegetable Oils (Palm*, Sunflower, Rapeseed), Raisins (9%), Soya Flour, Raw Cane Sugar, Salt, Cinnamon, Natural Flavouring, Nutmeg, *Sustainably sourced Thanks OP, I was just about to nip to my local CO-OP


14.8g of sugar per bar. no thanks.

Scimx protein oatbakes 6 for £2.50 at Asda
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Usually £5, reduced to £2.50 (possibly to clear?) for a box of 6 in Asda. Strawberry cheesecake and cookies & cream. Not the highest % of protein (15g) but soft and easier to e… Read more

Seems legit.


I am big and I mostly eat low GI foods


You don't get gains eating low GL foods boi, get biggggg fam


Great price!


Depends on what polyols they have used to sweeten these with as some polyols are close to sugar on the glycemic index

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450g Sci-mx ultra whey protein (33g protein per serving) (Myprotein is 21g per serving) @ Superdrug - free C&C
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Chocolate flavour Sci MX Ultra Whey Protein is an award winning formula designed to boost and support muscle mass.Sci MX Ultra Whey Protein is a micro filtered whey which contain… Read more
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lol @ the protein per serving - its 77% which is actually LESS than myproteins 82% in impact whey just you use 45g rather than 25g


OP, quality over quantity.


With the best will in the world, this isn't a great product... When I was seriously training I switched from this to pharma whey HT+ results were visible in weeks....


You can get 2.5kg of powder from myprotein for £25ish.


Hi, Can someone please explain the cold votes? Just curious. I'm not knowledgable on whey protein.

Some Body Pure Whey Protein Powder Strawberry 600g for £3.75 @ Superdrug (Free C&C)
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Delicious protein :) Works out £6.25 per kg. Free delivery with £10 spend for Health & Beautycard members (sign up free) or free store colleciton. Did your last workout … Read more
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Thanks! This is good enough. I should get one in a bit.




Just purchased 4 of these, collecting from their store. Will read it's nutritional values whilst in their store and return it if it's poor.


Product InformationDid your last workout make your legs ache? More protein could be the answer to repair those muscles. The Superdrug Some Body Pure Whey Protein Powder in our Strawberry flavour is delicious mixed into a shake after your workout and is a fast and great way to recover post gym. Plus, it tastes like a milkshake - result! Product SpecificationIngredients: whey protein concentrate (milk), skimmed milk powder, natural flavourings, minerals (magnesium carbonates, ferrous fumarate, zinc gluconate, manganese sulphate, cupric gluconate, potassium iodide, sodium molybdate, chromium chloride, sodium selenite), thickener (cellulose gum), salt, emulsifier (soya lecithine), glucose syrup, sweetener (sucralose), vitamins (vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin B3 (nicotinamide), vitamin E (DL-alpha-tocoferyl acetate), calcium-D-pantothenate, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B1 (thiamin mononitrate), vitamin A (retinyl acetate), folic acid, biotin, vitamin K (phylloquinone), vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)), colour (beetroot red). Size (600) Unit (G) Height (17) Width (12) Depth (12) Product code: 736200 RecyclableThe box is made of carton and can be recycled Says absolutely nothign about nutrional values or volumes


What’s the protein per serving?

Graze Honey & Oats Protein Bites 30g (Pack of 15) £5.63 (Add On Item)  £4.79 with 15% S&S discount @ Amazon Other varieties available
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Also available Graze Cocoa Vanilla & Oats Vegan Protein Bites 30 grams (Pack of 15) Graze Cocoa Vanilla & Oats Vegan Protein Bites 30 grams (Pack of 15) Lowest price… Read more
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Oh, I don't disagree there. Western diets are usually chocker with protein. But, depending on source, a 90kg man is recommended somewhere between ~70g and ~160g a day. It's pretty vague. If you're lifting with even moderate intensity you should be at the top end, if not higher. But the value of sleep is huge, yeah. Fasting's an interesting one. I've been reading more about it lately and it seems to have lots of potential benefits.


It depends on how much protein you're taking and how much you're working out. But the actual training is far more important. Most people in developed countries have plenty of protein, and those working out typically have extra protein. You don't need to go overboard. Getting sufficient rest, or fasting before exercise etc. could well have a bigger effect than having e.g. 10g more protein.


I think labeling for all that you mentioned should be the norm but I disagree on the protein/growth point. It's well established that protein intake directly impacts muscle growth, and newer studies suggest it has a greater impact on weight loss than originally thought, too. (y)


While I appreciate the sentiment, I don't think legislating for protein food labelling is the most important thing at the moment. If more food labelling legislation is added, I'd much prefer that to be for artificial sweeteners, hydrogenated fats (or better yet just ban hydrogenated fats), to overturn the big food company lobby that allowed "chocolate" made with vegetables fats to still be allowed to be called chocolate etc. The need for additional protein for muscle building is also grossly exaggerated. I believe the idea that you eat to gain muscle, rather than work out to gain muscle, is pushed by the fitness industry because those people are already paying for gym memberships and working out etc, so it's how they can increase expenditure and consumption. So you get people that want to lose weight being told to exercise (when they could just fast and eat healthier), and those that want to gain muscle being told to eat (when they could just do resistance training). It's propagated to such an extent that people state building muscle is mostly about what you eat, which is just BS. Hence the protein fad marketing. Even if these had a decent amount of protein in them it wouldn't matter. Even if you want to consume lots of extra protein, supplemented protein, bars etc. are never going to be the best form. The protein to calorie ratio and protein to cost ratio is generally very poor - all for some supposed convenience benefit.


These companies shouldn't be able to freely make claims that are, at best, massively over-inflated. I think for something to carry the label "protein X, Y, Z" it should have a minimum content set. If you want to build muscle, you seek out high protein food. There are untold better sources though, you're right.

EatLean Protein Cheese 350g £2 @ Tesco
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Usually at £4.00. Works out at £5.72 per kg with about 37g of protein per 100g of product.
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Picked some up today and sure, won't replace the real thing on taste with texture on a rubbery side, but for the macros involved it's really good. Will try it in some recipes over coming days to see how it goes with things. On a "cut" at the moment so every calorie counts while trying to maintain some kind of flavour in my food :D Not sure I'd buy it for the full £4 price though.


Why can't people just eat, you know food?


Wouldn't put this in a sandwich, but melted on chilli or spaghetti it's good




They’ll literally stick the words protein on anything to get idiots to buy it thinking it’s healthy

MaxiNutrition Chocolate Protein Milk 8 x 250ml Bottles (BBE 28/04/19) £3.99 Buy Two Get A Third Free @ Maxi Muscle (+£3.95 P&P)
Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
MORE ABOUT THIS PRODUCTWhy MaxiNutrition Protein Milk?Protein Milk is a great tasting, refreshing shake that is packed with 20g of protein goodness to keep your muscles in tip top … Read more

ordered 48 bottles for £20 inc postage...remember, you have 6 weeks to drink these before they give you the shits


Not gonna slaughter you cause your sort of right and the sugar is the lactose from the milk but the protein used is milk protein not great for PWO you really want a fast digesting protein like whey post work out to start feeding those muscles. Not knocking these though there great to up your protein in the day. Great offer.


Agreed however (and I may get slated for this) sugar would actually be productive to cause an insulin spike post workout to pump muscles full of the energy and nutrients which are depleted during a workout. This is great for those who are endo/meso morph but bear in mind it has to be part of a balanced diet and part of your fitness plan. This is an ideal go to post workout drink where/if you do not have your shaker/protein to hand. Sugar is the poster child of unhealthiness but some things in moderation are generally ok. As long as you are not eating other sugary products and your diet is clean there should be no issues using this post workout. That is of course my view and subjective! As long as I get my lifts in those 24 bottles are a bargain! Enjoy.


11g sugar - no thanks



Optimum Nutrition Whey Protein: Chocolate, Strawberry & Vanilla (891g) - £13.99 @ Home Bargains
Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
Whey protein is derived from cow’s milk and is considered a complete protein because it contains all of the essential amino acids that can only be taken in through diet. B… Read more

Even £13.99 for isolate and concentrate blend is expensive


My ba, how do i delete or change this ? Thanks (Newbie) (embarrassed)


Showing £14.99


It’s £14.99 on their website.

Nature Valley Protein Peanut & Chocolate Gluten Free Cereal Bars 40g (Q32, 8 packs of 4 bars) now £16 (Prime) / £20.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
This works out at £2 a packet but you can subscribe for a 5% discount at £15.20 or if you have subscribed to a few items they will work out at £13.60 with a 15% discount. Anyone … Read more
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Bargain buys 😘


Ha ha sometimes I wonder why I bother (lol) (lol)


You can't do anything right on here. You would think after 200 posts I would learn!


Haha my comment got deleted 😁... OK vote me cold female dogs 👊🏻😁


Never seen these at 20p each, name that store in one.....

2.5kg Impact Whey Protein [All flavours] £22 + Free delivery @ Myprotein
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I know the price has been up and down on this, but this is one of the better offers we've seen recently and it includes free delivery. The offer includes ALL flavours as well, not … Read more

Guess what, I had old batch bcaa and glutamine and I have ordered new ones. Pill size is reduced, servings increased, same pills count. Also they don't work. I've been using them for a week now and the effect is zero. Thank you MyProtein.


Appreciated Daniel , time to stock up some powder.

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I’ve just switched from myprotein to bodybuilding warehouse and so far it’s great. Using their pure 80 and it tastes nice and mixes well even just using a spoon (y) 🏼


The preworkout from Bulkpowders is the dogs gonads, fwiw. Tingles for days and tastes great in lemon and lime flavour.

Free Vegan Protein Powder Sample
Found 4th MarFound 4th Mar
Enter your details to get a free sample of Vegan Protein Powder in the post.
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Out of stock :(


Thanks op


Just popped on the website and the samples are 30g. In the picture the packet says 300g. Be worth it for 300g if that's the case.


Ordered thanks. Didn't even need to create an account

Grenade Carb Killa Brownie BOGOF at Discount Supplements Now £22.90 delivered
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Grenade Carb Killa Brownie 12 x 60g x2 Box Deal BuyOne Get One Free deal Works on multiple purchases Add extra discount code Discount5 for 5% off (no limit) 24 bars for £22. Th… Read more

17.5g of sugar - are you having a laugh mate? (cheeky)


Just as an aside, if you are vegetarian, these contain beef gelatine.


I don't think you can beat these from Aldi TBH Slightly less protein, but almost half the price of these!


This is deal is also on


It’ll make you fat

MyProtein Active woman protein instore at Superdrug for £1.30
Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
80% whey protein Superdrug seem to be discontinuing this range - there are also 'diet fuel' & 'Gym fuel' at £2.5/£2 reduced from £13. These seem to be On website as not curren… Read more

I've bought the gym fuel online just now. 3 x 500g for £10 on 3 for 2 in Blue Raspberry flavour. Seems good value if not the best available in some stores but saves me a trip! Thanks OP


I picked up some at 95p yesterday in Superdrug. 500g pouch 👌

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