protein powder question

  1. protein powder question


    Any know the link for the company where u build your own I cant seem to find it on Google

    Ty Dmax


  2. Proteinfactory.com what you're looking for?

  3. Wasnt that one the one im looking for u could custom blend and add flavors what ever u want .... I thought the factory jad a bad rap remember reading something
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Duramaxhd View Post
    Wasnt that one the one im looking for u could custom blend and add flavors what ever u want .... I thought the factory jad a bad rap remember reading something
    Their protein is solid imo, its these "limited quantity" miracle supplements their always trying to hock that give them a bad rap i think

  5. Thanks it between them and true nutrition (now that I found it) I was just trying to find a good quality and price with no sweeteners and fillers

  6. PF3. Buy something that works, and from a trusted company!
    BOARD TYRANT

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Piston Honda View Post
    PF3. Buy something that works, and from a trusted company!
    Did u really just say that "buy something that works " protein is protein I could just eat some chicken but want powder for the convenience just dont want the crap they add

  8. @OP: I couldn't possibly recommend against protein factory more. They have a ridiculously poor inspection record with the FDA...they have some of the worst and most egregious violations almost every time they get inspected.

    Quote Originally Posted by Piston Honda View Post
    PF3. Buy something that works, and from a trusted company!
    You mean like your $40 100g leucine product?
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    You mean like your $40 100g leucine product?
    If you're referring to PF3, then yes. It's not a leucine product. Get your facts straight before you try to besmirch our products. And I'll spend $ on a product that works. Which the research, loggers, and my experience with PF3 certainly does.
    BOARD TYRANT

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Piston Honda View Post
    If you're referring to PF3, then yes. It's not a leucine product. Get your facts straight before you try to besmirch our products. And I'll spend $ on a product that works. Which the research, loggers, and my experience with PF3 certainly does.
    I was referring to your fermented leucine product. I'm well aware of what PF3 is.
    SNS Representative - DeeB@seriousnutritionsolutions .com

  11. I say just eat real food. Yep protein powder is convenient. Once in a while I do supplement with protein powder, but it's possibly the least "needed" supplement.
    S.N.S. Rep

    T-bone@seriousnutritionsolutions .com

  12. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    I say just eat real food. Yep protein powder is convenient. Once in a while I do supplement with protein powder, but it's possibly the least "needed" supplement.
    Agreed. Real food trumps all. I believe all the MAN reps aren't using protein powders, just PF3, and we're all making great gains and/or leaning out while maintaining strength.

    I'm finding that just 2 small scoops of PF3 is eliminating DOMS, even on my current X-Factor run. I'm up 6 pounds with no changes to diet or supplementation other than PF3 and X-Factor.
    BOARD TYRANT

  13. True nutrition. Accept no substitutes.
    Don't worry, man, someday I'ma be nobody too.

  14. I like True Nutrition. Lots of options in protein and carbs, also never had a bad flavor. I love the orange creamsicle. I do not think a protein product will make or break your physique goals, so I won't be buying pf3 for its purported miracles.
    -OMEGA RecoverBro-
    When an omega male is born it's game over



  15. Quote Originally Posted by p5sky View Post
    I like True Nutrition. Lots of options in protein and carbs, also never had a bad flavor. I love the orange creamsicle. I do not think a protein product will make or break your physique goals, so I won't be buying pf3 for its purported miracles.
    I like the TeamSkip blend in Cookies N Cream as my "all the time" protein. I've never been disappointed in any of their in house products.
    Don't worry, man, someday I'ma be nobody too.

  16. Is true nutrition the company that puts out Trutein? (With a Greg as the owner) That the same company that is now Tao nutrition or am I thinking of a different company..?
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by schizm View Post
    Is true nutrition the company that puts out Trutein? (With a Greg as the owner) That the same company that is now Tao nutrition or am I thinking of a different company..?
    Different company. trunutrition = trutein
    true nutrition = true nutrition lol

  18. Quote Originally Posted by manstr View Post
    Different company. trunutrition = trutein true nutrition = true nutrition lol
    True.

  19. Shipping from trunutrition is absolutely ridiculous.
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  20. Protean for the win.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by laneanders View Post
    Free Protean for the win.
    Corrected
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