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wuv2bloved 09-21-2012 03:37 PM

Alternative Reviews Vol 1
 
The original creator of this thread was Jennydoodle, here is the link to that thread http://www.3fatchicks.com/forum/idea...t-reviews.html

I am Completely 100% Ideal Protein products but
Once the threads go over 500 post it is closed by a moderator if the original poster is no longer an active member and I didn't want y'all not to have a place to post so I started this one ......

djs06 09-21-2012 03:56 PM

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Thanks, Wuv! :)

I'm going to attach a comparison sheet since folks in the last thread hadn't seen it. This is NOT mine but I found it somewhere on the forums and it has helped me immensely in ordering!

Also, in case any of you order a lot from Nashua and don't know- it's worth it to join the Lifetime Dieter's club for $30- you get 10% off every purchase (and if you buy it with a purchase, they deduct the 10% of the $30 join fee). I didn't know this for my first few orders but then read it later!

stargirl66 09-21-2012 04:57 PM

Thanks for the new thread Wuv!

I've been meaning to post about this bar, I think it's my favorite so far. It's Wonderslim Crispy Fudge and Graham available at Diet Direct. I got it as a sample when I ordered other things and O...M...G is it good! I'll be ordering these for sure:
160 cal
5 Total fat
13 net carb (18-5 fiber)
15 g protein

Momto2cs 09-21-2012 06:07 PM

18 carbs seems high, even with the fibre.
I try to avoid bars with carbs greater than protein...

kmstacy 09-21-2012 06:38 PM

Just got my first order from Nashua Nutrition
 
The only thing I have tried so far is HealthSmart Hot Chocolate aspartame free It is really good and only has 80 calories, total carb is 4 grams, protein is 15 grams :carrot:

Bellamack 09-21-2012 06:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stargirl66 (Post 4475896)
Thanks for the new thread Wuv!

I've been meaning to post about this bar, I think it's my favorite so far. It's Wonderslim Crispy Fudge and Graham available at Diet Direct. I got it as a sample when I ordered other things and O...M...G is it good! I'll be ordering these for sure:
160 cal
5 Total fat
13 net carb (18-5 fiber)
15 g protein

I just placed an order at Diet Direct and this is one of my staples. I have a 30% off promo code, you have to spend $79, but you get the 30% off plus free shipping.

The code is:PC9D

Have a good night :)

WingnutandMe 09-21-2012 07:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by djs06 (Post 4475845)
Thanks, Wuv! :)

I'm going to attach a comparison sheet since folks in the last thread hadn't seen it. This is NOT mine but I found it somewhere on the forums and it has helped me immensely in ordering!

Also, in case any of you order a lot from Nashua and don't know- it's worth it to join the Lifetime Dieter's club for $30- you get 10% off every purchase (and if you buy it with a purchase, they deduct the 10% of the $30 join fee). I didn't know this for my first few orders but then read it later!

I've been ordering there for 5 months and did not know about a Lifetime Dieter's Club. Boo. Just my luck.

Thanks, Molly

Bellamack 09-21-2012 07:41 PM

oh the Proti Chocolate Dream Bars are divine too. Like a Nestle crunch bar and it is scored so you can break it into several pieces to last awhile :)

scorbett1103 09-23-2012 07:02 PM

I just had the Proti-Diet Crunchy Cereal Caramel bar - it was actually VERY similar to the Quaker Chewy chocolate chip granola bar!

Here are the stats:
Calories 150 Calories from fat 50
Total Fat 5g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 190mg
Potassium 80 mg
Total Carbohydrate 15g
Dietary Fiber 7g
Sugars 1g
Protein 15g

WingnutandMe 09-24-2012 05:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by djs06 (Post 4475845)
Also, in case any of you order a lot from Nashua and don't know- it's worth it to join the Lifetime Dieter's club for $30- you get 10% off every purchase (and if you buy it with a purchase, they deduct the 10% of the $30 join fee). I didn't know this for my first few orders but then read it later!

I've looked all over the Nashua website and can't find anything on a Lifetime Dieter's Club. Can you (or anyone) point me to it. I spend a lot of money at Nashua, 10% would help.

Thanks, Molly

djs06 09-24-2012 06:20 PM

Molly, you need to request it in the notes section of checkout. They will charge you separately (minus the ten percent of your order). I found this out using the contact us section... They don't advertise it anywhere, I looked too.

Doctorblue 09-24-2012 07:33 PM

Yes. I placed an order with them last night. I left a note in the Notes section asking about it. They contacted me today and said they'd honor the discount on my order if I wanted to join today. They also said that it is not advertised. Not sure if you can use other discount codes (like the free shipping over Labor Day) combined with the Lifetime discount.

AngieBaby41 09-24-2012 09:03 PM

Protein powders - nutrition info
 
I have a couple of protein powders that I used before starting IP. What do you guys think of the stats on these?

Start2Lose Whey Protein
1 scoop
118 calories
2 g fat
3 g total carbs (1 g sugar)
22 g protein

1st Phorm Level 1
1 scoop
134.5 calories
2.5 g fat
5 g total carbs (1 g fiber; 2 g sugar)
23 g protein

WingnutandMe 09-24-2012 09:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AngieBaby41 (Post 4478785)
I have a couple of protein powders that I used before starting IP. What do you guys think of the stats on these?

Start2Lose Whey Protein
1 scoop
118 calories
2 g fat
3 g total carbs (1 g sugar)
22 g protein

1st Phorm Level 1
1 scoop
134.5 calories
2.5 g fat
5 g total carbs (1 g fiber; 2 g sugar)
23 g protein

They look fine and would be unrestricted. Remember, do check the ingredients for things like aspartame. It's not just the nutritional stats with alternatives, you've got to watch ingredients, too.

Molly

AngieBaby41 09-24-2012 10:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WingnutandMe (Post 4478796)
They look fine and would be unrestricted. Remember, do check the ingredients for things like aspartame. It's not just the nutritional stats with alternatives, you've got to watch ingredients, too.

Molly

Oh yeah, I forgot about aspartame. But I checked, and ... none!! Yay! That makes me happy because I was afraid they were going to go to waste since I started IP.


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