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Saturday, 14 February 2009

Give me my Ladybird Protein Crunch

Ladybird Protein Crunch is finally back in stock after being very difficult to find for the last few months.

It has an improved formula so instead of it being like tiny little balls it is now brown flakes that resemble bran flakes.

It is the perfect thing to mix with your cereal, oats or in pancakes because it doesn't dissolve like protein powder.

It is made from soy which means it is suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

I buy my supplements from Mr Supplement - they have free same day shipping for orders over $150.

A 2.5kg tub is only $99.95 when a 1kg tub in the shops is around $50.

3 comments:

  1. Lindsey2:07 pm

    Katie, Can you give me some advise/hope? Been working extra hard on my figure since 21/1. Started at 65.9 kilos at 174 cm. I have been working out cardio 5-6 days a week, burning 500-600 cals a session, plus heavy weight training (hitting each body part to exhaustion). I am sore always. Eating-wise I am eating between 80-100 grams lean protein a day (up from 30-40 grams a day) usually keep calories under 1400 a day. There have been maybe 4-5 days I have gone a bit over that.

    The problem is I seem to be a bit tighter and pants a bit looser, but have only lost about 1 kilo and maybe a quarter inch off my hips, a quarter inch off arms, and a quarter inch off thighs. I got down to 64.3 kilo for a day or two and then back up to 64.9. My goal is 61 kilos.

    Could I just be gaining muscle and losing at a pretty even weight? Should I push cardio longer and cut more cals? Is this typical? I know how to work out, and have been 16% bf about 8 years ago and around 56 kilos, and I know my weight training. I am just losing hope that my current results are soooo slow and seem so minimal (even though I know it is only about 3.5-4 weeks. Thanks for any advise you can provide!!!!!

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  2. I am not sure if bodybuilding.com ships to australia, but they have great prices. Even with the shipping it might workout to be cheaper if you buy in bulk. $99.95 for a 2.3kg tub seems very expensive. You can buy a 5kg tub for $50.00.

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  3. Damn! Well, thanks for th info-but I just recieved 2K of some crunchy whey since I hadn't been able to find the Ladybird crunch in ages!
    At least they are still making it-I had thought it was discontinued altogether.

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