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11-Lbs MyProtein Impact Whey Isolate Protein (various flavors) EXPIRED

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Myprotein has an Extra 35% Off Select Products when you apply promo code SPADOBOSS. Shipping is free with orders $49+. Thanks nzube11

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Myprotein has a sale of up to 60% off protein on their site but with the code SPADOBOSS, you can receive an extra 35% off along with the 60%. This offer can work with any quantity, size bag and several isolate versions (excluding unflavored), as well as impact whey protein, creatine, and clothing.

Examples of deals after coupon:
Impact Whey Protein - 11lb - Strawberry Amaretto: $23.40
Creatine Monohydrate - 2.2lb - Unflavored: $12.99
Dry-Tech Infinity Tank Top - Slate Marl - L: $5.84
Impact Whey Protein - 11lb - Glazed Donut: $32.78

Great deal, especially for those who missed the +91 deal, posted mid-July, or the +67 deal, 11-lbs for $47.60, posted the beginning of May.
Comes out to $4.47 a pound for whey isolate and anywhere from ~$2.13-$3.44 per pound for whey concentrate.

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I am not sure if you're trolling or your intent is to inform people. I would highly urge you to read scientific studies and inform yourself before you inform others.

First off, do not just copy and paste information from blogs who do not cite their sources. Also, the blog spelled secrets as "secretes." Yet, you still used them as a source. The whole blog is just made up.

Second, whey was once a waste product because it was not known that it was very nutritious. If you ever have seen it and tasted it, it literally looks like piss and tastes like piss. Researchers found out how nutritious whey was as a protein, and the industry took off from there. There is no man named Frank Thomas associated with anything cheese, just do a quick Google search.

Third, whey protein is the superior protein for any protein supplement necessity, especially whey protein isolate. I am not sure if you lift, but it is the best protein for muscle gains. There are tons of scientific studies showing the effectiveness of whey protein(both concentrate and isolate) against other proteins post-workout. It is the most bioavailable protein(biological value), making it very easily digested and absorbed. There is no scientific metric called the AAU or Amino Acid Utilization; it even is trademarked in the blog which does not make sense since it is supposed to be able to be referred to and used by researchers readily

Fourth, you're telling people to trade whey protein for a gallon of milk. Milk has so much more fat, carbs, lactose, and is primarily casein(roughly 80%): the protein that takes hours to be digested and absorbed. That's what makes whey protein excellent for muscle gain: it is digested quickly to induce protein synthesis. "If we have come full circle with a whey protein (isolate) that's been around for years. It's not pre-digested nor does it have any digestive enzymes." If you want "pre-digested" whey protein buy hydrolyzed whey protein. It still does not make any sense since you still have to digest milk and real food. A majority buying whey protein do not buy it for the digestive enzymes. If you want digestive enzymes buy a supplement. The only way to get the digestive enzymes fully intact in milk is to safely buy raw milk by buying it from a local farm you know is very stringent with cleaning and procedure. Organic Pastures is a great raw milk brand in CA. You recommended Fairlife milk when it is owned by the Coca Cola company and ultra-pasteurized; athough, it seems you have edited it after you realized your mistake. You will soon realize your whole post is a mistake, not just that one.

Lastly, if your wish is to inform do not be so condescending. Everyone has different goals. Some people only care about muscle gain, others care about health, and others want a balance of both. Make sure to inform by letting others take information and let them decide whether they want to apply it to their own life or not, rather than saying SAVE YOUR MONEY FOR A GALLON OF MILK A DAY in ALL CAPS. Cheers, and I hope I taught you more than your schooling seems to have done for you.
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Thanks. In for two since my body can't absorb one fully
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Impact 11lb at 23.40? I'm getting 46.80 with code

nvm, had qty 1
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Not terrible. What's terrible is I can't get it to work and I need to get to bed.
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same not getting it to work
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How is Strawberry Amaretto vs strawberry cream? The amaretto is cheaper
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Darn just bought some at the 50% off $130
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Sweet. Thanks bro. $54 dollars after adding in shipping. I use the crap so fast that I don't mind pantry loaded.

Strawberry Cream is amazing. 11lbs.
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Just reproduced steps in incognito mode. Did you try going to the website and adding 11lbs of isolate, then adding the code? Let me know if that works.
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i find their vanilla a bit weak tasting at same scoop weight compared to ON @ costco.
i keep reading about the salted caramel ... is that more sweet - caramely - salty or still medium-ish ?
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How is Strawberry Amaretto vs strawberry cream? The amaretto is cheaper
No idea, trying to find out this myself. A quick Google search yielded no results of taste testing.
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I got the additional discount to work bringing it to $49.13 for 11lb isolate. Thanks!
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i find their vanilla a bit weak tasting at same scoop weight compared to ON @ costco.
i keep reading about the salted caramel ... is that more sweet - caramely - salty or still medium-ish ?
Their salted caramel was a bit too sweet for me, and that was with only about 6oz of water per scoop. Some have said to use more water or use milk and the taste profile is different. But then again I don't care too much for salted caramel as a flavor; but, if you like the flavor feel free to grab a pound or two of the stuff and try it out.
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Price mistake .. enjoy it while it lasts. Hope they don't cancel orders.
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whats the expiration on these protein powders if stored in a cool dry place ?
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