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Where do you buy supplements

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Where do you buy supplements

Hey guys !

Where do you purchase your supplements online in Canada ?

I've been buying whey at Costco when it's on sale. I'm looking into options for other supplements. I've checked our SVN and supplements Canada
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May 14, 2009
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supplementsource.ca (sale or clearance section). Or Myprotein.
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Sep 20, 2008
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canadianprotein,com for online

Supplement King for in store because they give me, a first responder, a decent discount.
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Mar 6, 2008
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Protein: MyProtein.

Pre-workout: Individual ingredients from CanadianProtein (caffeine, beta alanine, and citrulline malate).
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Jun 12, 2017
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Protein - MyProtein

Other stuff like magnesium, d3, zinc - usually Amazon
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myprotein just kills me with their shipping rates when not ordering for my monthly pay
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Any reason why you guys order online? I assume it's for being less expensive... I usually just goto GNC to purchase my protein. I usually buy the promasil iso whey. I'm a big fan of it. I definitely see major changes in terms of muscle development and recovery.
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Needinghelp wrote: Any reason why you guys order online? I assume it's for being less expensive... I usually just goto GNC to purchase my protein. I usually buy the promasil iso whey. I'm a big fan of it. I definitely see major changes in terms of muscle development and recovery.
It's cheaper online. No specific brand of protein would cause major changes in muscle development and recovery though. Muscles are built over long periods, with appropriate calorie intake, protein intake, and enough volume/frequency/intensity of strength training. Improved recovery can come from so many things: better volume/frequency to support recovery, better sleep, less stress, higher calorie intake, micros/macros, etc etc
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Apr 20, 2018
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Mississauga, ON
amz155 wrote: supplementsource.ca (sale or clearance section). Or Myprotein.
Yodums wrote: Protein: MyProtein.

Pre-workout: Individual ingredients from CanadianProtein (caffeine, beta alanine, and citrulline malate).
SauceLife wrote: Protein - MyProtein

Other stuff like magnesium, d3, zinc - usually Amazon
why myprotein over canadianprotein for whey protein?
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raptors87 wrote: why myprotein over canadianprotein for whey protein?
Does Canadianprotein have better pricing? I've never looked because the deals offered by myprotein have been good enough for me at ~$7-8/lb. I stick to stuff that's on sale for $10/lb or less.
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Apr 20, 2018
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bummer.... hoping somebody got experiences with both brand
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amz155 wrote: I checked their pricing for smaller quantities (I'd never buy 22 lbs of one flavour) and they're a bit more expensive than myprotein for the smaller bags. I'm not brand loyal but I'll just stay where I am unless I find something cheaper.
Like I said earlier, I buy bulk vanilla and a smaller different flavour. m not brand loyal, but I am not a fan of trying a new company if they current one is working well for me. But the moment they mess up, I hold a grudge LOL.
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Dark Phoenix wrote: Like I said earlier, I buy bulk vanilla and a smaller different flavour. m not brand loyal, but I am not a fan of trying a new company if they current one is working well for me. But the moment they mess up, I hold a grudge LOL.
Have you tried both brands? Flavours? Right ingredients that the companies said... Recently I heard companies don't put the amount of protein that they said in nutritional info or isn't good quality etc

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