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    Anyone know of a good protein or whey for a newby, quite big now but need ripping coz I'm quite tubby in places

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    this is probably your best bang for the buck. if it gives you gas or bloating though you should switch to something else like a milk protein isolate product or a casein or egg protein
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    I prefer dymatize iso-100

    100% hydrolyzed whey protein isolate, 5lbs for about 55 bucks, 80 plus servings @ 25g of protein per serving. zero fat, zero carbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    I prefer dymatize iso-100

    100% hydrolyzed whey protein isolate, 5lbs for about 55 bucks, 80 plus servings @ 25g of protein per serving. zero fat, zero carbs.
    is that whey protein thats been hydrolyzed 100 percent, or is it 100 percent of the protein is hydrolyzed whey protein. or both. or neither
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    Beuller?
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    Id have to look at the label to be sure (not at home right now)

    But I believe it says 100% pur hydrolized whey protien. It is the only protien listed for w/e that's worth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    Id have to look at the label to be sure (not at home right now)

    But I believe it says 100% pur hydrolized whey protien. It is the only protien listed for w/e that's worth.

    it was a joke question

    if it were 100 percent hydrolyzed you would have a bucket full of free amino acids. obviously its only partially hydrolyzed
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    lol

    100% of the protein is partially hydrolyzed whey protein?

    If so, Rich has been pulling my leg for years that **** suxer
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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemilk View Post
    lol

    100% of the protein is partially hydrolyzed whey protein?

    If so, Rich has been pulling my leg for years that **** suxer

    why would anyone want a 100 percent hydrolyzed protein powder? u may as well just use a blend of free aminos and save some bucks

    i think the point of hydrolyzing protein is to break it down to smaller peptides, not all the way down to aminos
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold

    why would anyone want a 100 percent hydrolyzed protein powder? u may as well just use a blend of free aminos and save some bucks

    i think the point of hydrolyzing protein is to break it down to smaller peptides, not all the way down to aminos
    Yes, to aid in absorbtion/digestion.

    Your jokes are usually funny, but I didn't get that one. though I've never ben the sharpest tool in the shed. Prob the southern redneck in me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold

    why would anyone want a 100 percent hydrolyzed protein powder? u may as well just use a blend of free aminos and save some bucks

    i think the point of hydrolyzing protein is to break it down to smaller peptides, not all the way down to aminos
    this is America

    I'm not a peasant who puts my proteases to work... I refuse to use anything higher than an oligopeptide
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    Yes, to aid in absorbtion/digestion.

    Your jokes are usually funny, but I didn't get that one. though I've never ben the sharpest tool in the shed. Prob the southern redneck in me.
    well it wasnt a joke so much as it was a trick question
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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemilk View Post
    this is America

    I'm not a peasant who puts my proteases to work... I refuse to use anything higher than an oligopeptide
    spoken like a true romney man
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold

    well it wasnt a joke so much as it was a trick question
    You trying to trick me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post
    Yes, to aid in absorbtion/digestion.

    Your jokes are usually funny, but I didn't get that one. though I've never ben the sharpest tool in the shed. Prob the southern redneck in me.
    Hey now watch it with the Southern thing, people already think we are slow we do not need to propagate the image...although it can work to our advantage at times ....
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