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ChinPieceDave667 04-19-2005 06:34 AM

A protein web site
 
My friend told my about this last night.. this site is pretty cool.. and I think the pricing is good too...
www.proteinfactory.com

now if you already know about this place, then I want some feed back on their products.. I'll order my next round of protein after my trip :D ..
enjoy...

ChinPieceDave667 04-19-2005 11:17 AM

:D man I don't know if you guys have been playing on the protein site but I just found how you can customize your oun type of protein blend... this place is the sh!t... add dex. and Maltodex with aminos :eek: ... and your own flav..
this site gets better and better...

Snachito 04-20-2005 11:37 AM

That's where I get my protein from! They have quality protein at excellent prices.

They even opened up a new factory for our Canadien brothers and sistas!

I like the fact that you can mix and match your proteins. I use a mixture of WPC/WPI through out the day, WPI/dex/malto for post workout, micellar/cassien for my last meal. I pay less than 100bucks a month for this including shipping!

I am trying another company that is pretty good from what I hear it's 'All they Whey'. I ordered their sampler packets to see if I like any of their flavors, so we'll see.

ChinPieceDave667 04-20-2005 12:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Snachito
That's where I get my protein from! They have quality protein at excellent prices.

I like the fact that you can mix and match your proteins. I use a mixture of WPC/WPI through out the day, WPI/dex/malto for post workout, micellar/cassien for my last meal.

cool.. glad to see somebody was a guinea pig on this and liked it :) ...
what where the percentages on your three proteins?.. I'm still having fun just making up stuff.

Snachito 04-21-2005 08:36 AM

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Originally Posted by ChinPieceDave667
cool.. glad to see somebody was a guinea pig on this and liked it :) ...
what where the percentages on your three proteins?.. I'm still having fun just making up stuff.

For the WPC/WPI it's a 70% to 30% and for the Nightime blend Micellar/cassein it's 60% to 40%.

On the PWO shake I have it 50% WPI and 25% dextro, 25% malto and they are all perfect rations for me!

Now that I will be trying out All the Whey, I will have to rearrange things a little, but I find that fun!

Snachito 04-21-2005 09:20 AM

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Originally Posted by Taurus
What/where are Whey Protein Isolates (WPI) derived from?.....and/or What is whey and what did it come from?

You can get a better explanation from the company we are talking about, but I will try my best to describe it.

Whey is a byproduct of dairy products, it is then refined and makes an excellent protein source! Whey protein Concentrate is the cheaper of the whey, as it still contains some lactose, but is still a good choice and cheap.

Whey Protein Isolate is more expensive as the process takes more to get the lactose completely out. This is a better choice if you are lactose intolerant! It's a little more pricey, but well worth it.

What I do is combine them to make it decent price wise and taste wise. If you ever get a chance Taurus check out their website and maybe order a couple of pounds to see if you like it. If you can add a couple of protein shakes to your diet, you will fulfill your protein requirements for the day. Without protein you will be spinning your wheels at the start line!

nochez 06-14-2006 02:02 PM

why does protien give me gas

Darkhorse 06-14-2006 04:26 PM

Protein factory shipping for me = $18

True Protein shipping for me = $5

ChinPieceDave667 06-15-2006 06:09 AM

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Originally Posted by 0311
Protein factory shipping for me = $18

True Protein shipping for me = $5

this was waaaay before I knew about True Protein.

hrdgain81 06-15-2006 07:09 AM

You got a link for true protien?


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