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Myprotein has 11lb Impact Whey Protein + 0.5lb Creatine Monohydrate on sale for $49.99 when you apply discount code FLASH50 during checkout. Shipping is free on orders $70+, otherwise shipping is $4.99. Thanks brisar
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11-lbs Impact Whey Protein (various flavors) [awin1.com]
+ Free Creatine (0.5-lb)

$49.99 w/ code FLASH50

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Cmon, please stop giving wrong information. Dietary cholesterol does not affect your blood serum cholesterol levels that much, unless you have an underlying condition such as diabetes. Your liver produces over 80% of all cholesterol in your body and it all depends mostly on genetics.
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Pretty normal "sale price" for this, but a good deal if you're looking. They threw in a half-pound of creatine with mine, also pretty normal for an 11 lb bag.

$4.99 shipping btw. Free shipping at $99 if memory serves, so if you need 2 this is a good time to get it.
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Ha, needed both, so this is great! Thank you.
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Pretty normal "sale price" for this, but a good deal if you're looking. They threw in a half-pound of creatine with mine, also pretty normal for an 11 lb bag.

$4.99 shipping btw. Free shipping at $99 if memory serves, so if you need 2 this is a good time to get it.
FS at $70
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Genuine question - is this better than ON natural whey? Just trying to figure it out...
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Genuine question - is this better than ON natural whey? Just trying to figure it out...
Labdoor.com has some good independent studies comparing your supplement options. I recommend browsing through and reading about any supplements you're buying to make sure you're getting good value.

If you want grass fed whey, I recommend muscle feast... though it's more than 2x the price of this. If you don't mind conventional (not as "natural") then I'd recommend this over ON as better value.
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Genuine question - is this better than ON natural whey? Just trying to figure it out...
https://labdoor.com/rankings/protein
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If you're willing to buy in bulk and use the extra clothing discount, you can get an even better deal. 1 clothing item = 5% off the entire order, 2=10%, 3=15%. Also used code ALWAYS for another 10% off.

I am ordering:
- 2 x 11 lb whey isolate (400 servings)
- Jar of 240 vitamins for men
- Jar of 250 Omega 3 Capsules
- Tub of Pre-Workout powder
- 3 women's tank tops (just for the discount)

Total (before discount) = $248.22

10% Off Anything On site- Myprotein USA Eternity Code -$24.82
BMSM Clothing - Extra 15% Off Everything -$11.17
BMSM Clothing - Extra 10% Off Everything -$10.61
BMSM Clothing - Extra 5% Off Everything -$10.08

Plus free shipping and no tax. I got everything for $191.54

Oh yeah, plus 9% back from somewhere...
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Labdoor.com has some good independent studies comparing your supplement options. I recommend browsing through and reading about any supplements you're buying to make sure you're getting good value.

If you want grass fed whey, I recommend muscle feast... though it's more than 2x the price of this. If you don't mind conventional (not as "natural") then I'd recommend this over ON as better value.
On the myprotein website they list their whey protein as being grass fed.
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How many crows per serving?
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How many crows per serving?
Is this a real question, joke or typo?
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On the myprotein website they list their whey protein as being grass fed.
Huh that's new, I've been a myprotein customer for years, well before they moved into the USA. A quick check on the Internet Archive shows they added grass-fed to the product description almost exactly a year ago. That's great news, though I wonder what changed? And how much of the diet is grass vs grain? Either way, I'm even more inclined to keep buying from myprotein. Thanks for the heads up!
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MyProtein is an absolute joke when it comes to customer service and actually fulfilling your order. Their products are generally great, labdoor.com loves them. But 2 of my last 3 orders had major problems.

On my most recent order (a few months back) the tracking number they provided (I paid for premium tracked shipping) never updated. I contacted them 3, 7 and 10 days after the order to check in and ask what was going on. Each time the customer service person was extremely rude and told me to be patient because the order had shipped and basically to stop bothering them. They provided no proof of it being shipped but got pissed at me for asking. Anyways 2 weeks later I finally get pissed and call up and ask where the hell my order is because if it DID ship it should've been delivered. "Sir you order has not shipped yet, it seems there's a problem. We will send a replacement in 3-5 business days" Once again the idiots with customer service didn't have any clue why I might be somewhat annoyed with what was going on, and were annoyed when I asked for the order to be cancelled and be issued a refund.

There are other great brands. I'm staying far away.
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Is this a real question, joke or typo?
The classic formula doesn't contain nearly as much, but it has lots of eggs in it.
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