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5LB NOW Foods Whey Protein Isolate (unflavored) $50.76 Amazon Prime Only + Free Ship

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Amazon.com has 5-lb. NOW Foods Whey Protein Isolate (unflavored) for $50.76 for prime members only. Shipping is free

Beats previous Amazon.com deal of $53.93 from over a year ago. Price has not been this low in a while.

Very highly rated on Labdoor - https://labdoor.com/review/now-wh...in-isolate

35.26g of protein per dollar spent- expensive for cheap protein hunters but good price for customers loyal to this brand.
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Thanks, OP. Probably want to add the link to the deal:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0015AQ...szbR6Z6CQW
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Is this MADE in the U.S. or do the ingredients come from overseas?
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I'd buy it, if I haven't already an unopened tub of this stuff. good deal though.
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Don't want to TC, but why get this compared to MyProtein at $96 for 22lbs? It's $4.36/lb vs $10 for this. More than double. MyProtein is also highly rated on labdoor if that matters to you.
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Don't want to TC, but why get this compared to MyProtein at $96 for 22lbs? It's $4.36/lb vs $10 for this. More than double. MyProtein is also highly rated on labdoor if that matters to you.
isn't labdoor and myprotein the same company?
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isn't labdoor and myprotein the same company?
I don't know, you tell me, and please provide sources
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MyProtein at $96 for 22lbs?
Where? Right now at MyProtein the going price for isolate is 11lbs@$65
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Where? Right now at MyProtein the going price for isolate is 11lbs@$65
Just use search on slickdeals.

Also 9% cashback available if you look for it.

Edit: that's not for isolate, my bad, not directly comparable. Even at $65/11 lbs vs $50/5lbs, why would anyone get this?
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Just use search on slickdeals.

Also 9% cashback available if you look for it.

Edit: that's not for isolate, my bad, not directly comparable. Even at $65/11 lbs vs $50/5lbs, why would anyone get this?
Isolate is typically for those who cannot tolerate lactose (or lactose tolerance). Myprotein sells both but the slickdeals they usually have are for the concentrate. One of the advantages to isolate is that it has less calories due to less carbohydrates included. I have slight intolerance but to go bang for buck, use concentrate and take with Lactaid Milk or use Lactase, sold in bulk from Costco.

Source: I am a doctor. Who lifts.
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Isolate is typically for those who cannot tolerate lactose (or lactose tolerance). Myprotein sells both but the slickdeals they usually have are for the concentrate. One of the advantages to isolate is that it has less calories due to less carbohydrates included. I have slight intolerance but to go bang for buck, use concentrate and take with Lactaid Milk or use Lactase, sold in bulk from Costco.

Source: I am a doctor. Who lifts.
Lol, because you're a doctor your word is the rule? LOTS of doctors are wrong and more often than not.

Source: I'm an engineer. Who lifts.
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just so everyone knows. unflavored tastes like butt. you have to blend it with something. I do 2 bananas with 1 scoop.
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Lol, because you're a doctor your word is the rule? LOTS of doctors are wrong and more often than not.

Source: I'm an engineer. Who lifts.
You are correct.

Source: I am also an engineer (MechE)... who lifts.
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Is this cold processed? Grass fed with no gmo ? Non denatured?
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Just use search on slickdeals.

Also 9% cashback available if you look for it.

Edit: that's not for isolate, my bad, not directly comparable. Even at $65/11 lbs vs $50/5lbs, why would anyone get this?
The people who are brand loyal to NOW will jump on this deal. Look at some of the posts for Optimum Nutrition brand. The price is skyhigh compared to Myprotein and yet people still love that product for the brand. Cheap protein hunters that don't care about brand that much like you and I shop at Myprotein.
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