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5% off @ Bulk Nutrients

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I was making a big purchase yesterday and desperately needed a discount code. All the previous ones have expired.

Found it on one of the ambassador's Facebook page.

5% off total order.

Not sure when it expires.

Edit @ 1:44 PM: Looks like it's been OzBargained!

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$5 off coupon for the referrer & referee.

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  • +4 votes

    Timing! Thanks, was just about to replace an order and hit refresh on the OZ Bargain site first.

  • +2 votes

    Nooo just bought some last week

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    Thanks Mr Coleman what a saving

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    If anyone want's a $5 off coupon (may be useful for smaller orders) PM me. May only work for new accounts

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    Wow…could have saved more than $30…just placed order 2 days ago. :-(

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    Awesome! Only place that sells Raw Flavourless protein (for all you smoothie lovers out there).

    Thanks OP. Will be ordering :)

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    There's (almost) always a 5% coupon somewhere, meh
    I miss the 10% off one, made an $500 order on that one 😢

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    3…..2…..1….. Disabled.

  • +1 vote

    I'm with Anytime Fitness so I usually order through them which removes the delivery fee

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    Crazy fast shipping, I placed my first order with them yesterday morning and it was delivered this morning (I'm in Melbourne).

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    Flavour recommendations?

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    I've had this brand before (colleagues/friends at work buying them) but ive always found the flavour a bit average.

    Anyone tried the rocky road flavour? I love rocky road.

  • +1 vote

    So I was having acne, stopped both milk and WPC and now acne is gone.

    Who is the culprit, milk (lactose free) or WPC?

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    so whats worth it? recommendations?

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    With the amount of business OzBargainers give them surely they can do at least 10%, am I right?

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      Just based on their past 10% off sales, there could very well be one coming up in January. I am holding out for now…

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    I've been using WPI and i think it's great. I've just started taking BCAA Recovery and Creatine Monohydrate. They're good… i think. Interested in what others think about it.

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      • I only ever use BCAAs during workouts as they're much easier to digest than using protein which will make you feel bloated AF. Also good when you're fasting and keep the hunger pangs away, but coffee helps as it's more readily available.
      • Creatine monohydrate does about the same in terms of bloating, hence why I encapsulate them and take it before and during workouts as necessary. Make sure to drink a lot of water when taking creatine for the day as you'll have water retention and helps with lifts.
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        Bcaa doesn't curb hunger what so ever. It is used while fasting or dieting as it helps maintain muscle mass due to lower calories.

        Creatine is the most studied supplement in the world and has been proven effective. You can take it any time of the day, it doesn't have to be before or after a workout. 5g is the amount you want to take. Also, creatine rarely causes bloating. If it does, just get Creapure creatine monohydrate. you will not bloat on that as its higher quality.

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      There's not much evidence for BCAAs doing anything .

      There is evidence for creatine.

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    Is there any difference between taking this one compared to another from a site like Aminoz in terms of protein? i.e Ive taken Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey Protein Powder in the past

    • +1 vote

      "Difference" - there are differences in all protein powders, in terms of protein content, carb content, amino acid profile, taste, how they dissolve etc. Protein powder doesn’t directly help you build muscle faster - you also need to consider diet, proper training, and rest. You should be skeptical of all supplements that claim to help you "build muscle faster".
      Protein powders do have a place in training as they are easy to consume, convenient and not too expensive.

      Three common “muscle builders” found in literature are whey protein isolate, creatine, and beta-alanine.

      Whey protein is a fast-digesting protein powder as once whey is down your gullet, its amino acids - the building blocks of all proteins - break down rapidly and are absorbed into the bloodstream. Your blood then escorts these amino acids to muscle tissue, where they can quickly ignite protein synthesis.

      1 gram of protein per pound of body weight (2.2 g/kg of bodyweight) per day has been a bodybuilding rule of thumb for decades. Higher levels of protein intake, usually in the range of 1.2 – 1.5 grams per pound of body weight (2.6 – 3.3 g/kg bodyweight) per day, are commonly recommended when “cutting” to lose fat. However use a macro counting program such as www.cronometer.com which has an inbuilt calculator for basal metabolic rate. This allows you to work out how many calories you need to intake to meet your target body weight (and can also include whey protein powders you consume and physical activities you undertake as part of your sport/training).

      Not withstanding the nutrient profile of powders, when it comes to protein it is a personal preference. Optimum Nutrition Gold is a great dissolving and tasting protein - though it is on the costly side. There are now a variety of suppliers who sell both flavoured and unflavoured protein powders. Some with natural and artificial flavours and colouring. Best to get some samples and give them a try.

      There are also new non diary protein powders around that you mix with soda water from Bulk Nutrients (they are available online as a sample). These are definitely more expensive than the other whey based products.

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      Optimum Nutrition taste better but this tastes good enough and cheaper.

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      ON gold standard is a blend of WPC and WPI with peptides so its best compared to BN's Protein Matrix+ which is also a blend of proteins and added BCAAs.. so then you can compare the two on price.. both have 24g of protein per 30g scoop.. checking random site (supps r us) ON is $160 for 4.5KG .. BN is $119 for 5KG .. so for two comparable products BN is much cheaper.

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    Best quality protein around hands down ! Thanks

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    Not working for me. Says the code has been disabled.

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    Did I literally just miss that by 5m? Not working for me either - says its disabled. :(

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    cough got a working 5% code for anyone interested cough

    Either they disable codes super quick, or they put a limit on the number of times a code can be used, the last few times I posted a code they shut it down pretty quick so unfortunately I've been hoarding codes for myself, only got one working code at the moment, haven't had time to go code hunting yet.

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    Bulk Nutrients provides clubs and other sporting organisations either a discount code or a monetary return to the same value back to the organisation, which is where the 5% discount codes are created. If you are a sporting club, apply to Bulk Nutrients to get your code.

    But organisations are prohibited from sharing their codes to the general community such as Ozbargains.

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    please Pm code if you've got one working :D thanks !

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    could someone please PM code if there's still one working?

    Many thanks!

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