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  1. Default Is there any difference between impact whey protein and impact whey deluxe?

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    is there any difference in them? i cant seem to see anything other than price, volume you buy it in and the selection of flavours.

    anyone know what the difference is? :S
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    There may be differences, I think I've heard there's better taste and mixability. But if your basing it off pure results, nothing is going to better Impact Whey Protein.
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    Impact Whey Deluxe has 3 types of protein in it, Whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate and whey protein hydrolysed.
    Impact whey protein just contains whey protein concentrate.
    In impact whey deluxe, I think together they are meant to offer different protein that absorbs at different speeds where as impact whey is just fast acting protein.
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    I've tries both and unsure of any differences in performance, but Impact awhey Deluxe tastes great and excellent mixability.
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    At the end of the day, they are both protein - keep things simple, use the cheapest one if you have too (i.e. diet is lacking in protein.), there will be NO difference.
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    Does confuse the hell out of me. Now there's nature whey.

    Not sure whether it is done to confuse people.

    I just had normal whey but now moving onto isolate for the black current flavour. Personally I just get the cheap unflavoured one
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    Confuses the hell out of me too.

    I don't like shakes. Do any go particularly well with water to make a fruity drink?
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    Unless you are dieting Id just go for an 80% whey . Bodybuilding isnt that complicated if you are not a competitive BB . Just keep being consistent training , eating , rest

    A whole lot of supplements may give you an extra 1% which for the price is just not worth it . Far better to spend it on food .
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    Originally Posted by thetrimtim View Post
    Confuses the hell out of me too.

    I don't like shakes. Do any go particularly well with water to make a fruity drink?
    Yes there are but not sure if I can mention them here as the ones Im thinking of are not made by MP
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    There may be a slight variation between the amino acid profiles of the different (complete dairy) proteins but, as already stated by others - in the grand scheme of things (building muscle tissue) - it is unlikely to make any noticeable difference.

    I think the noticeable differences are largely aesthetic: taste, texture (or 'mouth-feel), mixability, price, etc.
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