Very interesting. I always thought casein was more expensive than whey for a good reason.
Even on truenutrition, the micellar casein is $14.59 a pound versus the WPI which is $11.49.
protein testing with BPI company heavily mentioned. stating an "independent third party" testing lab ChromaDex can separate the imposters. BPI states future protein products will sport "ChromaDex QualityVerified" seal of approval on tubs of protein.
i have often quoted what we do is a lifestyle measured in years and decades not in weeks and months. eugene sandow did not forage his protein from 5lb. mylar wrapped tubs scientifically designed with super advanced NEW ultra wrapped products.
1)...That is a complete conflict of interest! The whole point of a 3rd party testing is they are independent. So you get in bed and partner with a lab?
2) Eugene Sandow didn't have steroids, GH, and all the modern advances of todays bodybuilders either...and he looks like todays modern bodybuilders on their 4th week after starting lifting....I don't get that argument. Its like saying "well they didn't have insulin back in 1780 so let the diabetics today not use insulin also and die"......"oh he has polio? Well then didn't have penicillin in the 1800 so let him become a cripple"
ON is quality and best bang for the buck IMO. Only one I found, in an affordable price rang that really is decent. Good protein sources and next to no fillers.
100% agreed.True Nutrition is straight whey isolates and ON is not. You can make the same blend as ON. And if you break it down TN is cheaper per pound before shipping. And then there is the discount codes. Not knocking ON, I've used them for years. Quality product but I'm much happier with TN and if you just buy bulk you save money.
anyone believe this anonymous quote...
"I've written for bodybuilding magazines for over 35 years, and have had over 5,000 articles published under my own name and various pen names over the years. While bodybuilding and fitness magazines have some great information, there is a limit to how much they can discuss.
The reason for this is advertising constraints. Advertising, particularly from food supplement companies, is the life blood of magazines. They no longer can depend on newsstand sales or subscriptions to cover the ever escalating costs of producing a print magazine. For that, they need a much larger income supplied by having dozens of ads in the magazines.
Indeed, the average bodybuilding magazine often contains up to 65 percent advertising. Because of this, editorial policy decrees that nothing that infuriates any advertiser or potential advertiser will be published. As such, readers will never get the entire truth about nutrition, supplements, and even exercise.
They don't exist to teach and inform, but rather to sell."
This information is for entertainment purposes only and not meant to diagnose or treat medical issues. No purposeful intent to hurt anyone's feelings.
I just switched from ON to TN as you know Giant. You are correct. I basically got the isolate for a couple bucks per pound more then the ON whey.True Nutrition is straight whey isolates and ON is not. You can make the same blend as ON. And if you break it down TN is cheaper per pound before shipping. And then there is the discount codes. Not knocking ON, I've used them for years. Quality product but I'm much happier with TN and if you just buy bulk you save money.