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    Nutrilite whey protein

    Is nutrilite whey protein powder good for cutting up ?
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    Protein powder isn't magic. It's powdered food. Is chicken, beef, fish, turtle, etc good for cutting up? You're making this too hard.
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    Originally Posted by lucia316 View Post
    Protein powder isn't magic. It's powdered food. Is chicken, beef, fish, turtle, etc good for cutting up? You're making this too hard.
    Is that a good protein to use or no ?
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    Originally Posted by Lewis2396 View Post
    Is that a good protein to use or no ?
    What he means is that there's no right answer to this. Any protein powder's just as good as the others; from the very expensive Optimum Nutrition Hydrobuilder to (among) the cheapest Dymatize Elite.

    What matters most is your diet when cutting. You need to be in a caloric deficit. If you're not in one, then taking any protein will yield the same results (not losing body fat). The inverse is also the same, if you're bulking and you're not in a caloric surplus then taking any protein will yield the same results (not gaining mass).
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    Originally Posted by domu221 View Post
    What he means is that there's no right answer to this. Any protein powder's just as good as the others; from the very expensive Optimum Nutrition Hydrobuilder to (among) the cheapest Dymatize Elite.

    What matters most is your diet when cutting. You need to be in a caloric deficit. If you're not in one, then taking any protein will yield the same results (not losing body fat). The inverse is also the same, if you're bulking and you're not in a caloric surplus then taking any protein will yield the same results (not gaining mass).
    Can any of you guys help me on a calorie deficit diet ? And I heard raw meals protein is really good !
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    Originally Posted by Lewis2396 View Post
    Can any of you guys help me on a calorie deficit diet ? And I heard raw meals protein is really good !
    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=136691851
    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=121703981
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    Smile Nutrilite Whey Protein Powder

    Originally Posted by Lewis2396 View Post
    Is nutrilite whey protein powder good for cutting up ?
    Nutrilite has branched chain amino acids and antioxidants, so those are definitely a benefit when you're building muscle.
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    This protein is quality but like they said above you want to get the majority of your calories from whole foods not protein. That is what will cause you to get cut. Add some fish to your diet at least twice a week. Tilapia or salmon and do HIIT training three days a week to get cut up.
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    Originally Posted by NutriliteGirl View Post
    Nutrilite has branched chain amino acids and antioxidants, so those are definitely a benefit when you're building muscle.
    Are you serious? Serious serious?

    News Flash Honey: All protein contains BCAAs and other aminos.

    Originally Posted by SoccerMuscle5 View Post
    This protein is quality but like they said above you want to get the majority of your calories from whole foods not protein. That is what will cause you to get cut. Add some fish to your diet at least twice a week. Tilapia or salmon and do HIIT training three days a week to get cut up.
    Cardio (including HIIT) isn't a requirement to get "cut up." Nor will getting the majority of your calories from whole foods versus protein powder.
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    [QUOTE=lucia316;1097757753]Are you serious? Serious serious?

    News Flash Honey: All protein contains BCAAs and other aminos.


    Hey, I'm a newbie to this world so I'm sorry if I broke some etiquette thing. I am following Jamie Eason's LiveFit Trainer and she says that protein powers do not all contain branched chain amino acids specifically. I am in love with my Nutrilite supplements and what I said was not a "plug..." just sharing something I learned recently from a program here on bodybuilding.com
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    Originally Posted by NutriliteGirl View Post
    Hey, I'm a newbie to this world so I'm sorry if I broke some etiquette thing. I am following Jamie Eason's LiveFit Trainer and she says that protein powers do not all contain branched chain amino acids specifically. I am in love with my Nutrilite supplements and what I said was not a "plug..." just sharing something I learned recently from a program here on bodybuilding.com
    You read it wrong or it is flat out wrong. All protein is made up of amino acids including Leucine, Valine and Isoleucine. Many don't add additional free-form aminos because they don't want to be called on pumping up with label "protein" with free-form aminos when there are plenty in the protein itself.

    Why it's a terrible purchase:
    1) Amway
    2) Beyond overpriced, even for isolate which is completely unnecessary unless you're lactose intolerant.
    3) Main competitive comparison is Herbal Life, lol

    If you like spending $77 for a kilo of protein powder, then have at it. It is by no means "good" from a pricing standpoint and not "better" than anything from a protein standpoint.
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    Lol it's wayyyyy overpriced. Although no need to hate on amway I'm not one of their owners or whatever you call it but their energy drinks and cleaning supplies kick ass.

    Amway makes legit products....it's the dbag owners or whatever you call them that ruin the brand
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    Originally Posted by Flex500 View Post
    Lol it's wayyyyy overpriced. Although no need to hate on amway I'm not one of their owners or whatever you call it but their energy drinks and cleaning supplies kick ass.

    Amway makes legit products....it's the dbag owners or whatever you call them that ruin the brand
    I'm thinking more of the dbag people that sell it that constantly want to talk to you about selling it. Not a fan of pyramid schemes/MLM/etc.
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    Originally Posted by lucia316 View Post
    I'm thinking more of the dbag people that sell it that constantly want to talk to you about selling it. Not a fan of pyramid schemes/MLM/etc.
    yeah I hear you man. due to the amount I spend on their laundry detergent for me and my kid (it's seriously the only stuff that gets the smell 100% out of my gym clothes) I thought about becoming one of their "people/owners" whatever you call it I don't even know just for the discount. I don't think i buy enough of their stuff to make it worth it though.

    The only other thing that enitices me from the nutrilite brand is the double x vitamins. Unless I get it for the indedpent owners price though it's too pricey for me at like $80 lol
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    Nitro Pro has extremely low sodium content making it a popular protein for athletes that compete in bodybuilding or fitness shows. It doesn't retain any water or cause bloating.

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    Originally Posted by Flex500 View Post
    yeah I hear you man. due to the amount I spend on their laundry detergent for me and my kid (it's seriously the only stuff that gets the smell 100% out of my gym clothes) I thought about becoming one of their "people/owners" whatever you call it I don't even know just for the discount. I don't think i buy enough of their stuff to make it worth it though.

    The only other thing that enitices me from the nutrilite brand is the double x vitamins. Unless I get it for the indedpent owners price though it's too pricey for me at like $80 lol
    Hey,
    Its actually quite worth it to get started with Amway. Like you guessed the savings are significant. I can get you more info if you wish. Drop me a message on t_a_t12 at yahoo dot com.
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    Originally Posted by Jkalch View Post
    Nitro Pro has extremely low sodium content making it a popular protein for athletes that compete in bodybuilding or fitness shows. It doesn't retain any water or cause bloating.

    LOL

    Originally Posted by tat12 View Post
    Hey,
    Its actually quite worth it to get started with Amway. Like you guessed the savings are significant. I can get you more info if you wish. Drop me a message on t_a_t12 at yahoo dot com.
    And thanks for proving my point about Amway people.
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    Even if you wanted to start your own business to save money on nutrilite products, it would save you over 30% of all nutrilite products, not to mention discounts to countless stores like Apple, Starbucks, sports authority, best buy, etc. and you dont have to sell anything.... It makes me sad that you put a bad name on all business owners that work with Amway
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    Originally Posted by alexwillstrop View Post
    Even if you wanted to start your own business to save money on nutrilite products, it would save you over 30% of all nutrilite products, not to mention discounts to countless stores like Apple, Starbucks, sports authority, best buy, etc. and you dont have to sell anything.... It makes me sad that you put a bad name on all business owners that work with Amway
    Since when did Amway give discounts to those stores? ._. My mom does Amway and SHE HAS NEVER brought up anything in terms of discounts at Apple, Starbucks or anything of the sort. So don't go around telling people false information. If you want to promote Amway in the right light, you have to be honest with stuff like that.

    I am not with Amway, I just want to say that now, my mom is. The problem with Amway HERE in America is that people are greedy so all they do is just pound others for the money. The most successful IBO from Amway is an old couple from Taiwan who have been in business for 30 years. To me, Amway is NOT a scam, its how people who join Amway try to sell Amway's products. But I won't do Amway because I hate the idea of marketing in general.

    Personally I have seen benefits from Amway's products as I decided to give it a try since my mom got some good results on it. So whatever. But thats going off topic. Keep information in perspective and don't mess with people's minds.
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