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Natures Best Perfect Isopure, Creamy Vanilla 8.8 lbs (4 kg) Whey Protein Isolate $48.76

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8.8lb jug of isopure in creamy vanilla. Whey protein isolate. It is New as an Amazon Warehousedeal. It expires 11/1/19.

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Seems like a killer deal. I hate that there is no nutrition information available. That should be required on all food sources on Amazon
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Seems like a killer deal. I hate that there is no nutrition information available. That should be required on all food sources on Amazon
Nutrinfo: https://www.vitacost.com/natures-...my-vanilla
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Nutrinfo: https://www.vitacost.com/natures-...my-vanilla [vitacost.com]
Are you sure that is the same thing? I found that as well but the link you sent says pure zero carb and this tub doesn't seem to mention that. That's why I was unsure if they were the same thing.

EDIT: I also notice the 8.8 pound tub on amazon says 46 servings. The link you gave says that 3lb tub has 22 servers. That would mean the 8.8 pound tub should in theory have almost 66 servings if it is the same things -- just another reason I'm very uncertain of what this stuff is.
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$5.54/lb for whey isolate is a great deal.
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Good price for isopure. Not quite as cheap as Myprotein deals but still very good.
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Are you sure that is the same thing? I found that as well but the link you sent says pure zero carb and this tub doesn't seem to mention that. That's why I was unsure if they were the same thing.

EDIT: I also notice the 8.8 pound tub on amazon says 46 servings. The link you gave says that 3lb tub has 22 servers. That would mean the 8.8 pound tub should in theory have almost 66 servings if it is the same things -- just another reason I'm very uncertain of what this stuff is.
That doesn't make sense unless each company has different scoops. My 5.64lb gold standard at Costco has 80 servings.
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That doesn't make sense unless each company has different scoops. My 5.64lb gold standard at Costco has 80 servings.
I agree - seems like they aren't the same thing, right?
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That doesn't make sense unless each company has different scoops. My 5.64lb gold standard at Costco has 80 servings.
I know it doesn't have anything to do with your point but the gold standard at Costco is a blend not just iso
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Says unavailable deal might be dead
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Not sure if this is allowed, but this goes on sale every other month on allstarhealth. You can use fitnessdealnews to monitor any potential sales that people on SD miss. This used to be THE IT isolate back in the day but as more protein companies came onto the scene it put more competition on the market and thus if you can't improve, you're left behind.

Thanks to competition, protein prices as a while have stabilized nicely.
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This powder made me so sick before... couldn't find anything on where it's manufactured. Only where it's distributed. Kinda weird.
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I bought a mess of this stuff assuming that, as pure whey isolate, my stomach could take it. A THOUSAND FARTS LATER, I'm back to Biochem and dumping out like 3 pounds of unused Isopure. Sensitive stomachs beware. I recommend Biochem whey.
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