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[Canada protein] Canada protein 15% off New Zealand whey

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Canada protein 15% off New Zealand whey

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15% off
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October 1, 2019
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Canada protein
A little bit late but Canada protein has their New Zealand whey concentrate at 15% off which is really good for a pure whey protein powder, arguably the best you buy.

Nothing artificial if you buy the unsweetened. I have been using it for quite a while and it is really good.

Sale is till midnight tonight :)
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Great protein. I use the unflavored NZ isolate.
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Way more than myprotein tho
I think I paid 56 for 11lb isolate
Usually sale every year?
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Yeah but this is much higher quality. You get what you pay for
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I'm sure I won't get what I pay for, for that expense.
Sadly, It won't help me lift more.
I got to elite numbers with very low quality whey from Walmart, etc. Stuff that was probably protein spiked.
Now I grew up got a job I only do isolate due to stomach problems I can no longer handle from concentrate.
-speaking of which... Despite getting a job I still don't wish to put so much money into high quality things like grass fed NZ or hydro whey .
6 scoops a day will break the bank :/

For CP price... It's cheaper to get the same stuff when it goes on sale at Costco.
Even though I refuse to support that brand, I'd still get the Costco protein before considering CPs current sale pricing on the conc and isolate.
The max I'll pay is $9/lb of isolate which exclude the Costco and CP pricing as they're too high.
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Triad wrote:
Oct 2nd, 2019 12:54 am
I'm sure I won't get what I pay for, for that expense.
Sadly, It won't help me lift more.
I got to elite numbers with very low quality whey from Walmart, etc. Stuff that was probably protein spiked.
Now I grew up got a job I only do isolate due to stomach problems I can no longer handle from concentrate.
-speaking of which... Despite getting a job I still don't wish to put so much money into high quality things like grass fed NZ or hydro whey .
6 scoops a day will break the bank :/

For CP price... It's cheaper to get the same stuff when it goes on sale at Costco.
Even though I refuse to support that brand, I'd still get the Costco protein before considering CPs current sale pricing on the conc and isolate.
The max I'll pay is $9/lb of isolate which exclude the Costco and CP pricing as they're too high.
It is not about protein at this level. It is about sucralose, acesulfame which proven destroy good bacteria which on the long run can create big health problems.

It is better to spend 100$ on natural genuine product than throw away 40 . You will not save 60 , you will only throw away 40 and ingest garbage. Health first , muscles will come as a consequence
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If only if it was that simple.
More pressing matters are downing a liter of diet coke a day.
1 day when everything down to the last ingredient or macro counting screened to go in my body is in effect, I'll make the jump to this luxury form of protein. Oh and a salary increase.
Can't justify the cost for this currently.

I'll take the ~91.x% purity of myprotein, tested and true or the Costco that goes on sale which is as well the same quality as CP protein but for a lot cheaper.

Someone needs to send a protein sample of CP to have it tested for purity before i consider justifying paying an exorbitant amount for the same thing.
Costco and myprotein have been tested to have over 90% and are highly regarded already.

If the price of CP iso goes on sale then that will be enough to switch haha

nimfomanijak wrote:
Oct 2nd, 2019 10:10 pm
It is not about protein at this level. It is about sucralose, acesulfame which proven destroy good bacteria which on the long run can create big health problems.

It is better to spend 100$ on natural genuine product than throw away 40 . You will not save 60 , you will only throw away 40 and ingest garbage. Health first , muscles will come as a consequence
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Triad wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2019 12:17 am
If only if it was that simple.
More pressing matters are downing a liter of diet coke a day.
1 day when everything down to the last ingredient or macro counting screened to go in my body is in effect, I'll make the jump to this luxury form of protein. Oh and a salary increase.
Can't justify the cost for this currently.

I'll take the ~91.x% purity of myprotein, tested and true or the Costco that goes on sale which is as well the same quality as CP protein but for a lot cheaper.

Someone needs to send a protein sample of CP to have it tested for purity before i consider justifying paying an exorbitant amount for the same thing.
Costco and myprotein have been tested to have over 90% and are highly regarded already.

If the price of CP iso goes on sale then that will be enough to switch haha
I understand and yeah it makes sense. I cleaned my food first and then upgraded to this protein but currently I can afford it coz I am not spending money on anything else except good good + super pricey protein :D
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Triad wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2019 12:17 am
Someone needs to send a protein sample of CP to have it tested for purity before i consider justifying paying an exorbitant amount for the same thing.
There's third party testing of every single batch Canadian Protein produces (with the results available to the customer).
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Sure. Here's a link to a test for Concentrate (only bag I have in my house) - https://www.canadianprotein.com/modules ... WCSTRW.pdf. Every bag has a QR code you can scan for the test results of that batch.

Edit: Post I was responding to was deleted, but for anyone that's curious about the testing I'll leave the info here.
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Deleted because I made no sense. Haha

So does that's mean it's 74.5% protein / 100?
Or the value of 98%?
What does the 2 values mean?
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Triad wrote:
Oct 4th, 2019 1:58 am
Deleted because I made no sense. Haha

So does that's mean it's 74.5% protein / 100?
Or the value of 98%?
What does the 2 values mean?
From here: https://www.canadianprotein.com/third-party-testing

What do the tests mean?

Compound ID
The sample is analyzed and compared to a database of known standard reference materials and final product formulas. An algorithm determines the percent match of the unknown sample to a known compound or formula in the database.

Total Protein
This test determines the total protein content of an unknown sample.

Amino Spiking Analysis
This test determines if there are any suspicious amino acids or materials added to the formulas.

Microbio
Samples are tested for total aerobic count (TAC), yeast and mold (YM), E-coli (EC), salmonella (SAL), or staph A (SA).

Heavy Metal
Samples are tested for heavy metals capable of detecting concentrations as low as 0.02 parts per million.
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74.5/100g of protein that's. Less than 75% purity? Ouch, worst than myprotein and the Costco one.
mada41 wrote:
Oct 4th, 2019 9:28 am

From here: https://www.canadianprotein.com/third-party-testing

What do the tests mean?

Compound ID
The sample is analyzed and compared to a database of known standard reference materials and final product formulas. An algorithm determines the percent match of the unknown sample to a known compound or formula in the database.

Total Protein
This test determines the total protein content of an unknown sample.

Amino Spiking Analysis
This test determines if there are any suspicious amino acids or materials added to the formulas.

Microbio
Samples are tested for total aerobic count (TAC), yeast and mold (YM), E-coli (EC), salmonella (SAL), or staph A (SA).

Heavy Metal
Samples are tested for heavy metals capable of detecting concentrations as low as 0.02 parts per million.
Perhaps it's a higher percentage with isolate?
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