I loved the product but the price was outrageous. I decided to go with it anyway and I am happy with the product. The whey is great quality compared to other whey i have tried, and it taste great. The Choc&PB - excellent taste, goes well alone, or used as a whey additive for almond butter. Came within 2 days of purchase. Daniel on 21/10/2014 I find this is some of the best protein powder I've had. Is a shame I can't get the Cinabun flavour in bulk orders. It's got a short and clean ingredient list and it's also the bat bang for your buck at $10 a lb. Easy to mix with milk, I don't even need to use the spoon. Rodolfo on 11/09/2013 The best tasting protein I've ever tried.
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Service from Canadian Protein has been very good. Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Non-GMO Sunflower Lecithin. oz on 13/10/2015 Originally I was wary of this site, like many of you. It must be said though that the addition of xantum gum may alter its clean pure taste. Truly what you would call a “clean” protein. This is the best protein that we have ever tried. Rev. on 04/03/2016 Finally whey that is not too sweet--not sweetened at all. Sweetness could be about half of what it is or even less. “Makes great smoothies.
in Toronto, compared with minus 0.05 percent for comparable Japanese bonds, 1.07 percent on the U.K.s and 1.36 percent on Italys. Canadian federal bonds returned 7.3 percent in U.S. dollar terms this year, compared with 8.7 percent for sovereign bonds globally and 4.3 percent for U.S. Treasuries, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. But the reliance on foreign funding has made Canada more vulnerable to capital flight than before the financial crisis in 2008, according to a report from HSBC Holdings Plc.The country is carrying a historically high current account deficit of about 3 percent of GDP, compared with surpluses before the crisis, David Watt, chief economist at HSBC Bank Canada, said in the report. Housing Measures Right now Canada is the place to go, but that can change quickly, Watt said by phone. He estimates Canadas total debt swelled to 294 percent of GDP in the second quarter and even higher in the third. What screams out to me is that we are now heavily dependent on non-residents providing a lot of funds and what we do need is households to do more active saving. The government has been actively trying to get households to reduce debt, mostly by implementing new measures to cool the countrys housing market, where prices have soared in Vancouver and Toronto in the past decade. Rules introduced this month include a new stress test for buyers and closing a tax loophole used by some offshore buyers. Those measures, while necessary, could have some unintended consequences and backfire, Aubrey Basdeo, head of Canadian fixed income at BlackRock Inc., said in a phone interview from Toronto.
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