I have never tried Xtend though so can't compare. RecoverPro has my business for being the cheapest flavoured BCAA powder I can find.
For anyone who read this thread for the information on RecoverPro it turns out the newer labels (black tub) have a reformulated lemon flavour which has the same BCAA content per serving per tub i.e., no discrepancies at all.
The old white tub of RecoverPro wasn't as sweet which is why there is a difference between the two I was comparing. You guys are probably less likely to see old tubs as stock turn around in the UK is inevitably slower than in the USA for your companies.
For everyone else who was in the thread for the banter, feel free to carry on.
Haha, haggis is Scottish!
In all honesty, the 'typical British person' has disappeared. Not one to sound xenophobic but i'd wager that there are more Eastern Europeans and Middle-Eastern migrants in the UK than those 'stereotypes' now.
Wow this thread really multiplied....did someone spill water on it or wut? Just don't post in it after midnight, pls...or baaaad things will happen...jus sayin
....brb, emailing thread link to NP & ADMIN to be the featured thread in the next AM newsletter....Ben is on FIRE!!**
*figuratively not literally.
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In your typical English food post you have baked beans. Do you not have Heinz baked beans in America? It was founded there.
I searched for "most popular American foods" and these came up in a tongue and cheek article as the top 10 things "only America could have invented". I hadn't heard of most of them. Thoughts?
- Corn dog
- Philly cheesesteak
- "Chinese food" lol
- Reuben sandwich
- Cobb salad
- Baked alaska
- Buffalo wings
- Chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream