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Balance 100% Natural Whey
 
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Gold Standard 100% Whey
 
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Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey 4.5kg
 
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Vital Protein Powder (Pea Protein)
 
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BSc HydroxyBurn Low Carb Lean 5 Protein
 
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Designer Physique Whey Protein Isolate
 
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Horleys ICE Whey
 
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Designer Physique Pea Protein Isolate
 
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BSc Nitrovol Lean Muscle Protein
 
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Prana On Phyto Fire Protein
 
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Balance WPI Protein
 
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$69.95
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International Protein Superior Whey
 
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RIVALUS RIVAL Whey
 
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Balance Plant Protein
 
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BSN Syntha-6
 
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Optimum Nutrition Serious Mass
 
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Proganics Organic Whey Protein Grass Fed
 
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Musashi Bulk Protein Mass Gainer
 
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$59.95
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Amazonia RAW Protein Isolate
 
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AST VP2 Protein
 
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Maxs SuperSize ULTRA
 
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Musashi 100% Whey
 
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Rule 1 Protein Isolate (WPI)
 
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Rule 1 Whey Blend
 
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$79.95 - $189.95
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Amazonia RAW Paleo Fermented Protein
 
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$42.95 - $69.95
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BSN Syntha 6 EDGE
 
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Designer Physique Whey Protein Concentrate
 
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Dymatize ISO100 Hydrolysed Protein
 
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$69.95 - $159.95
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Gen-Tec Casein Custard
 
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$59.95
$69.95
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Horleys 100% Whey Protein
 
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$49.95 - $99.95
MuscleTech Nitro Tech Protein Powder
 
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$94.95
$139.95
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Prana Natural Mass
 
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$64.95 - $129.95
$79.00 - $169.95
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Prana On Power Plant Protein
 
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$69.95 - $159.95
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Amazonia RAW Slim & Tone
 
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$34.95 - $59.95
$49.95 - $79.95
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ATP Science Noway Protein
 
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$69.95
$89.95
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BSN True Mass 1200
 
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$109.95
$139.95
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Ghost Whey
 
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$63.59
Horleys Mass Gainer
 
47 (3 reviews)  
$69.95 - $89.95
International Protein Extreme Mass
 
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$54.99 - $129.95
International Protein Synergy 5
 
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$69.95 - $149.95
Musashi Bulk Extreme
 
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$64.95
$99.95
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Switch Nutrition WPI 95
 
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$69.95
$79.95
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About Protein Powder

Protein powders are nutritious products designed to complement a quality diet, especially when protein needs are increased. These powders are easily digested and offer convenience with delicious flavours that may be incorporated into baked goods, pancakes, smoothies and much more. Protein powders are derived from a range of different sources, including pea, rice and faba bean, and animal sources, such as beef, dairy and egg. They may be simply mixed in water, milk or milk alternative and enjoyed daily between meals, after exercise or to complement a low-protein meal.

 

There are many benefits associated with the use of protein powders, with research still ongoing despite decades of published scientific research. Protein is an important source of nutrition, containing the nine essential amino acids, which support the body in numerous ways. Pea protein and rice protein offer excellent essential amino acid profiles, and support lean muscle tissue building in a comparable way to whey protein. However, whey protein is still a leader in this category due to the sheer amount of data in support of its use and its unbeatable nutritional profile. Whey protein is the only protein tested to this day with a biological value higher than egg, which for a long time was considered the gold standard in terms of protein quality. All proteins are generally compared to egg essential amino acid profiles in order to better understand their quality or biological value.

 

These days, there is no possibility of flavour-fatigue when it comes to protein powders! Gone are the days when protein powders were only offered in vanilla, chocolate and plain. Now there's an enormous range of delicious flavours to choose from, such as salted caramel, cookies and cream, and mocha cappuccino to name a few. The most selective and scrutinising palates will find a flavour that excites the taste buds and makes you count down the minutes until your next protein shake. Protein powders come with a wide range of energy values, some as low as 96 calories per serve, while the mass gainer powders for those in need of a calorie-rich option can be as high as 1,250 calories per serve. 

 

Some protein powders, such as whey protein isolate are used after exercise due to their rapid digestion and absorption, ensuring amino acids find their way to muscle rapidly where they assist with muscle recovery. However, post-workout isn't the only time you can use protein. It may be taken as a snack, or with a meal that is low in protein, while casein products can be taken before bed in a shake or as a protein custard. Protein powders really are a convenient way to ensure that some of the most important nutrients for the human body are consumed with ease and affordability.

 

Two of the biggest myths surrounding protein powders is that they will make you stack on a heap of muscle really fast and that they are only appropriate for bodybuilders. However, gaining lean muscle is not so easy on a natural muscle gain program. It takes a great deal of time, coupled with constant heavy weight training and a diet and lifestyle that support performance and recovery. Even those who tick all the boxes when it comes to muscle gain may still find it hard to make significant progress.

 

Protein powders will not start stacking on the pounds when it comes to lean muscle. They can, however promote healthy recovery from weight training and support muscle gain gradually over many months. You don't even have to be exercising to experience the benefits of protein powders if your diet is lacking or you are having difficulty consuming enough on a daily basis. At their core, protein powders are essential amino acid supplements, helping to correct deficits in the diet.

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