Posted on 13 Aug 2013
2 min read
Bulk Powders, as their name suggests, provide sports supplements at heavily discounted prices.
They’ve been around since 2005, but underwent a huge rebrand at the beginning of 2013.
Seemingly, this was a move to differentiate themselves from their competitors, as they ditched their previous blue and white colour scheme (Myprotein) for a sleek lime/bogey green which has a more commercial feel.
The new branding/website looks great, the products look great, so I decided to give them a try.
First up, their topselling Pure Whey Protein.
Pure Whey Protein is a whey protein concentrate which has been ‘instantised’ (whatever that means) for easy mixing.
The unflavoured option, per serving, contains 24.6g of protein (that’s about 82% protein content) and 1.8g of carbs.
This profile, along with glutamine, branched chain amino acids, and low fat content, makes it the ideal supplement to support lean muscle growth and aid recovery.
If you’re not interested in taste, or have a palette like an industrial dustbin, opt for the unflavoured version.
It has a higher protein content and lower carbs – but it does taste like dog semen.
I also tried the banana flavour (in my experience you can rarely go wrong with either banana or chocolate), which was surprisingly tasty for a ‘bargain basement’ powder.
It certainly didn’t taste like a GCSE science experiment gone wrong, which is something I can’t say for some of the other brands I have tried in the past.
Plus, the powder mixes very well indeed.
With some brands, mixing with a shaker can feel like you’re wanking off a small tree, but this supplement mixed quickly and easily, with no lumps or frothy bits in sight.
Bulk Powder’s Pure Whey Protein (unflavoured) comes in at £46.89 for 5kg.
Although the website claims this is the cheapest priced whey concentrate in Europe, it is (at the time of writing) exactly the same price as Impact Whey Protein from Myprotein.
But don’t get me wrong – this is still fantastic value-for-money!
And if you spend over £49, next day delivery is free.
Although Bulk Powder’s Pure Whey Protein doesn’t bring anything new to the table, it’s still a solid supplement which is well worth giving a try.
I can’t fault it on quality, taste, texture or price.
Highly recommended if you’re looking for cheap, good quality whey protein.
Get your hands on Pure Whey Protein by heading over to BulkPowders.com.
If you are a new customer, you can get £5 or £10 off your first order by using a Bulk Powders discount code.
Have you tried this protein supplement or any other products from Bulk Powders?
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