An Introduction From New Health & Fitness Sponsor Myprotein

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[align=center]Introducing Myprotein[/align]

Myprotein.co.uk is committed to providing high quality sports nutrition and supplements at the most competitive prices possible to ensure our customers get the best value for money every time. We believe in offering a wide range of products with clear, un-hyped information to allow our customers to make their own personal choice on what works best for them. Myprotein recognises that everyone is different and therefore aims to provide the tools for each customer to create their own unique nutritional plan online.

As the UK's leading online supplier and manufacturer of sports nutrition and supplements, we have a passion and commitment for what we do. We like to challenge conventional ways of thinking and believe that you can have the finest quality products at very competitive prices.

It's important to remember:

1. All of our products are made to ISO9001 UKAS accreditation standards¹
2. Products are independently tested with verified Certificates of Analysis
3. We work in partnership with some of the world's leading suppliers in order to source the finest ingredients to our own exacting standards
4. We only sell online and direct to the customer, ensuring we cut out all the middlemen


As well as ensuring the highest quality ingredients at the most competitive prices, there are a whole host of other reasons why we are the number one online:

1. Price Beat Guarantee - we promise to beat any like-for-like price anywhere in Europe²
2. Unrivalled Product Range - whatever your training goal, we have the products to help
3. Fast Delivery - we use some of the largest distributors in the UK for fast and efficient delivery
4. Secure Website - we use market-leading Verisign® online security, to give you total peace of mind
5. Loyalty Points - every time you order you can earn points that can be cashed in for products
6. Referral Scheme - the more people you recommend to Myprotein, the more rewards for you
7. Easy-to-use Website - simply find the products you want and order in 4 easy steps
8. Customer services - for nutritional guidance or any other questions, just give us a call on local rate: 08450-949889


Don't just take our word for it, take a look at Team MP to gain a small insight into some of the elite athletes and teams that use our products on a regular basis to help them succeed at the highest level.

Click here to find more details about Myprotein.

You can use the following voucher for a 5% discount on your very first online order:
MP108568

MP

¹ ISO9001 accreditation applies to all products produced by Myprotein

² please see website for terms and conditions.
 
#3
Blah, blah , blah. Come back when you can run 10 miles in 90 minutes carrying everything you need to fight for 24 hours........
Biceps, triceps and abs don't cut any ice in the real world.
 
#9
Ian1983 said:
jk22 said:
bulkwhey.co.uk

6kg whey protein isolate 57 quid
Are you lactose intolerent?

Also, normal whey, £63 for 9.08 kg from MP.
No I'm not. Whey isolate is the best quality protein. Best absorption percentage and higher levels of protein per serving
 
#10
jk22 said:
Ian1983 said:
jk22 said:
bulkwhey.co.uk

6kg whey protein isolate 57 quid
Are you lactose intolerent?

Also, normal whey, £63 for 9.08 kg from MP.
No I'm not. Whey isolate is the best quality protein. Best absorption percentage and higher levels of protein per serving
You could, of course, just take a bit extra of the myprotein whey and get the same amount of bioavailable protein (the difference between isolate and straight whey is pretty insignificant) and you'd still save money, due to having an extra 3 kg. The 'extra' that you'd have to consume to get equivalent bioavailability with normal whey would come to <500g in a 9kg bag, so you'd still be getting 2.5kg of extra protein for the money.

So, in conclusion, you're talking shite.

I used myprotein a while back - had some good results but got annoyed with the seeming inconsistency of flavouring. One batch would taste great and then the next would taste like a pint of wet, muddy sand. I decided that buying brand-name products from a discount website (address witheld out of respect for the sponsor) would be a better bet. Still, if they've sorted those issues out then I can recommend them heartily.
Just stay away from the raspberry flavour *gag* :p
 
#11
jk22 said:
Ian1983 said:
jk22 said:
bulkwhey.co.uk

6kg whey protein isolate 57 quid
Are you lactose intolerent?

Also, normal whey, £63 for 9.08 kg from MP.
No I'm not. Whey isolate is the best quality protein. Best absorption percentage and higher levels of protein per serving
You do know that whey isolate is basically just whey with the lactose and bits that effect lactose intolerant people removed right?

That's all it is, the blurb you posted about being absorbed at a greater rate and all that is marketing because the mark up and thus profit margin is greater for isolate.

Also, you'll find that egg protein is the best quality protein. That's why all protein powders are graded against egg protein.


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Major forms

Whey protein typically comes in three major forms: concentrate, isolate, and hydrolysate.

* Concentrates contain a low level of fat and cholesterol but, in general, have higher levels of bioactive compounds, and carbohydrates in the form of lactose — they are 29%-89% protein by weight.
* Isolates are processed to remove the fat, and lactose, but are usually lower in bioactive compounds as well — they are 90%+ protein by weight. Both of these types are mild to slightly milky in taste.
* Hydrolysates are predigested, partially hydrolyzed whey proteins that, as a consequence, are more easily absorbed, but their cost is generally higher. Whey protein hydrolysate also tends to taste quite different than other forms of whey protein, usually in a way that many find undesirable but can be masked when used in beverages.[citation needed]
Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whey_protein_isolate
 
#12
Carcass said:
jk22 said:
Ian1983 said:
jk22 said:
bulkwhey.co.uk

6kg whey protein isolate 57 quid
Are you lactose intolerent?

Also, normal whey, £63 for 9.08 kg from MP.
No I'm not. Whey isolate is the best quality protein. Best absorption percentage and higher levels of protein per serving
You could, of course, just take a bit extra of the myprotein whey and get the same amount of bioavailable protein (the difference between isolate and straight whey is pretty insignificant) and you'd still save money, due to having an extra 3 kg. The 'extra' that you'd have to consume to get equivalent bioavailability with normal whey would come to <500g in a 9kg bag, so you'd still be getting 2.5kg of extra protein for the money.

So, in conclusion, you're talking shite.

I used myprotein a while back - had some good results but got annoyed with the seeming inconsistency of flavouring. One batch would taste great and then the next would taste like a pint of wet, muddy sand. I decided that buying brand-name products from a discount website (address witheld out of respect for the sponsor) would be a better bet. Still, if they've sorted those issues out then I can recommend them heartily.
Just stay away from the raspberry flavour *gag* :p
Yeah I found the same thing, which is why I now buy the unflavoured and buy flavouring systems. Then I don't have a 10lb bag of just one flavour kicking about :D .

That said, either black labs or the milk shake stuff you can get from asda or tescos works quite well.
 
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and to all the people going 'oh its for gym queens' and 'you'll regret dragging your guns around' - supplements aid RECOVERY as well as growth. Rock climbers and combat athletes all take protein supplements and they DEFINITELY don't want to be putting on weight either.
 
#15
jk22 said:
lol. theories theories theories. At the end of the day, its supplement.
At the end of the day, you were talking out of your arse.
 
#17
What about a discount then?
 
#18
^^^

I have a 5% discount code, but to be honest, they gives me points as well as you the discount, so it's not a selfless act.

jk22 said:
lol. theories theories theories. At the end of the day, its supplement.
Na, what I posted were facts.

What you posted were marketing phrases, not even theories.
 
#19
Hi All,

Please find below a voucher code that will give you a 5% discount on your very first on-line order with Myprotein:
MP108568

Don't forget, we offer a whole host of products for a variety of training goals, including:
Recovery
Endurance
Power
Strength
Immune Support
...and many more!

Regards,

MP
 

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