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Keep your fitness goals on track with today's deals of the day at Amazon.ca, because you'll find savings on a variety of fitness and nutrition, including up to 40% off select REEHUT fitness products, up to 30% off select MuscleTech nutrition and more!

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    • FYI that's an insane amount of cholesterol.
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    • fung604 wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 11:45 am
      34.98 sale price and 7.49 coupon ends up to be 27.49+tax for a 4lb tub of protein

      $8.86/lb for Costco Kaizen @ $38.99/tub
      $6.87/lb for this deal; MuscleTech @ $27.49/tub
      I don't mean to break your thunder, but you are NOT comparing apples to apples. Remember, Whey Isolate is different from standard Whey protein. Please remove the costco comparison. The Kaizen Whey at costco is Whey Isolate - not standard whey.

      Check out the price difference on amazon for Whey Isolate:

      https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B06Y28J6TD/ref ... 05bd12d3fc
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    • fung604 wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 11:45 am
      34.98 sale price and 7.49 coupon ends up to be 27.49+tax for a 4lb tub of protein

      $8.86/lb for Costco Kaizen @ $38.99/tub
      $6.87/lb for this deal; MuscleTech @ $27.49/tub
      This is a whey blend while the Kaizen is isolate.

      I'd recommend going with myprotein. I got 11lbs of their impact whey for $55 ($5/lb). You can get their isolate for ~$6.50/lb with the current 45% discount.
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    • peakingduck wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 12:09 pm
      This is a whey blend while the Kaizen is isolate.

      I'd recommend going with myprotein. I got 11lbs of their impact whey for $55 ($5/lb). You can get their isolate for ~$6.50/lb with the current 45% discount.
      agree. Can't beat the price...
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    • MyProtein has a Flash mystery sale going on today. Much better deals there + better protein (it's isolate and MyProtein is usually rated among the best).
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    • Ener123 wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 12:15 pm
      MyProtein has a Flash mystery sale going on today. Much better deals there + better protein (it's isolate and MyProtein is usually rated among the best).
      Just received new 5.5lb flavoured pack for $45
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    • peakingduck wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 12:09 pm
      This is a whey blend while the Kaizen is isolate.

      I'd recommend going with myprotein. I got 11lbs of their impact whey for $55 ($5/lb). You can get their isolate for ~$6.50/lb with the current 45% discount.
      Is there a big difference between the impact and whey isolate ? Shopping for a friend
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    • alicklee wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 12:57 pm
      Is there a big difference between the impact and whey isolate ? Shopping for a friend
      Impact is whey concentrate.

      1 scoop of impact has 2g fat / 2g carb / 19g protein
      1 scoop of isolate has .5g fat / 1g carb / 22g protein

      Personally, I've been getting the impact whey for a few years now, works great for me.
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    • RealDealRFD wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 12:51 pm
      Check this one out. I'm on mobile but it says whey protein/ isolate 4LBs. $36.xx with a $7.81 coupon should be 28.xx pretax.

      https://www.amazon.ca/gp/aw/d/B00BMEEVN ... EEQB&psc=1
      Nice find. Came to $24.73 after tax with the 15% subscription. I can bite for that. I didn't really need the extra peptides they've added.

      8lb isolate for $50?
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    • Nikhilvoid wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 1:32 pm
      Nice find. Came to $24.73 after tax with the 15% subscription. I can bite for that. I didn't really need the extra peptides they've added.

      8lb isolate for $50?
      That has 70mg of cholesterol. I'm not sure Kaizen has any, but is 70mg a lot?
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    • mtlboy wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 1:48 pm
      That has 70mg of cholesterol. I'm not sure Kaizen has any, but is 70mg a lot?
      In perspective two large eggs for breakfast, which would be about 350-400 mg of cholesterol. About 180 mg per egg
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    • RealDealRFD wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 1:55 pm
      In perspective two large eggs for breakfast, which would be about 350-400 mg of cholesterol. About 180 mg per egg
      Forgetting one thing, eggs also contain good cholesterol.
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    • peakingduck wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 1:13 pm
      Impact is whey concentrate.

      1 scoop of impact has 2g fat / 2g carb / 19g protein
      1 scoop of isolate has .5g fat / 1g carb / 22g protein

      Personally, I've been getting the impact whey for a few years now, works great for me.
      Agreed. Anyone who tells you that you should buy isolate instead of concentrate should be looked at with skepticism. All but the most tightly controlled contest prep can accommodate a gram or two of carbs and a gram or two of fat in the context of total daily intake, let alone the average person wanting to just balance their macros better. So unless the price per gram of protein works out in favour of an isolate, you're probably saving money and gaining flavour with a concentrate.
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    • PeterG684243 wrote:
      Jan 15th, 2019 1:57 pm
      Forgetting one thing, eggs also contain good cholesterol.
      That's why you'd buy egg whites instead.

      Most protein powders are full of fillers and don't have the protein they claim to have.
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    • I'm not a doctor and won't pretend to be, but there isn't a conclusive link between dietary cholesterol and blood cholesterol (excess of which does lead coronary diseases). Unless your doctor has asked you to limit your cholesterol intake (maybe because of diabetes or some other reason for failure to regulate blood cholesterol), you can assume you can disregard cholesterol labeling, including eggs and the egg whites vs yolk discussion.

      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6024687/
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    • Thanks OP! Went in on it w/ free shipping can’t complain
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    • How is CanadianProtein.ca compared to MyProtein?
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