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[Costco] Kaizen Whey Isolate $11off

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chinesedevil wrote:
Jan 8th, 2019 12:51 pm
Leanfit is whey protein whereas kaizen is whey isolate. Isolate will have more protein/gram and is likely better if you have issues with milk.
All of the above are biggest differences, one thing I will also say having tried both is the Leanfit mixes weird in my opinion, it's extremely "foamy" which I did not like myself.
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Anyone know if Richmond still has stock?
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g_althena wrote:
Jan 8th, 2019 12:26 pm
Anyone know the difference between Kaizen and Leanfit? The Leanfit is quite a bit cheaper, have only used Kaizen so far. Is it worth it to go for Leanfit instead for extra savings?
Thinking about this too. 30.99 for leanfit and 38.99 for kaizen, both 2kg. Would love any feedback on the leanfit.
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KevCnew wrote:
Jan 8th, 2019 6:55 pm
Thinking about this too. 30.99 for leanfit and 38.99 for kaizen, both 2kg. Would love any feedback on the leanfit.
As more or less states above, Kaizen is an isolate not a concentrate, as such it’s broken down more so easier to digest and higher quantity of protein. Keeping it simple, isolate is better... but u can figure out the per/gram of protein price for comparison.

I also bought on Sunday, waiting on myprotein delivery. I went in on Monday with the receipt and it took 1 min to get $11 back.
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Stumbled across this myself in store tonight, then came home to see this thread. :)
Great deal, tried it (Vanilla) for the first time, and it was pretty tasty. Would work well in smoothies I think.
Low Lactose was a big selling point, for those of us with milk issues. Here's hoping it works fine for me.
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Lol I think my kaizen is expering soon from an old sale. The rfder in me is saying expire dates dont mean anything in powder form, am I wrong?
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KevCnew wrote:
Jan 8th, 2019 6:55 pm
Thinking about this too. 30.99 for leanfit and 38.99 for kaizen, both 2kg. Would love any feedback on the leanfit.
cholesterol wise leanfit has a whopping 20% daily intake for 1 scoop. kaizen is like 1%
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fung604 wrote:
Jan 9th, 2019 1:15 am
$8.86/lb for this deal; Kaizen

$11.18/lb for ON on amazon deal of the day https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07BH3MKHX/ref ... nCb090T7VH
Just to compare the two per serving there is a 0.0475

Amazon $99.99 for 114 servings = 0.8771 per serving
Costco $38.99 for 47 servings = 0.8296 per serving
remember to give credit to the O.P if your going to repost it on reddit > bapcsalescanada
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Amazon has the Vanilla for $43.99 as others have mentioned. There is also 8% from ebates so comes in just over $40. Might be a decent buy for people that don't live close to a Costco.
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I tried a sample of it in Costco and the taste of the chocolate protein wasn't that good, and the vanilla was worse. Ended up going with Leanfit since it seems it tastes better according to the Amazon reviews.

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