Originally Posted by 1quick1
like Dynamitize but they failed some labels claims last year
I wasn't aware of that. Any info on it? I've used dymatizes lots of times and liked it. That I liked it is about all there is to say, lol, becasue I've been doing this too long to say I can tell a "difference" between one whey sup and another. About the only thing I could possilbly say is I've found some cheap concentrates to be a little heavier on the stomach.
I just got EAS basic whey sup from BJ's and I like it fine too.
My thing with trueprotein is I don't want to wait a month or more to get something, which is what it always takes. The prices are good although I don't understand how they can sell bulk proteins cheaper than the other bulk suppliers given the quality claims.
But if you want an isolate try to go bulk. It comes down to a cost-benefit thing. I don't truly believe a pure isolate is worth paying a whole lot of extra money for. So only if you can get it conveneintly from a well priced bulk supplier. I'm in the east so trueprotein isn't such a good choice for me but there are several others to look at. Orr you just have a bunch of cash buring holes in your wallet you can buy an overpriced protein like isopure or ergopharm or something.
I'm going to have to disagree with the notion, as some are saying, that whey isolate is the "best". Best for what? And even for post workout any decent whey blend is pretty damned good. Isolate is just purer. It is not THAT much faster in absorption that your going to end up gaing 10 pounds more as opposed to 5
. It's as I've said a billion times before, if your whey supplement, or any protein sup makes such a huge difference then there must be something very wrong with your diet. I mean, should you buy special steaks because you get 3 more grams of protein from them per serving for the privilege of paying 10 bucks more? Give me a break. Nobody would do that. But when it comes to sups people will do most anything.