Having had more than 10 clients, as well as myself taking New Zealand Whey Original protein, I am happy to report a 100% success rate in terms of NO complaints and the feedback about this AMAZING protein!!! Other so called lactose free whey isolates have left me with itchy and swollen lips, but I didn't experience any allergic reactions to this isolate. Kevin on 14/05/2015 I just started using this product but so far so good. This is my first order with Canadian Protein and their shipping was fast. I am a repeat customer of the unflavoured version. Kyle on 11/06/2013 I was concerned that this protein wouldn't be as flavourful as the one I was ordering previous, but it actually tastes even better. Can you believe that? I will never in my life buy another type of protein and would recommend that everyone should try it and see for themselves.” In fact, I also give it to my 3 kids who also love it.
Christine on 30/05/2013 We buy this product by the case to add to our fruit and frozen yoghurt smoothies. While it's a bit strong in terms of flavour if you're drinking it daily or a few times/day, as I do, but it's still delicious and tastes/smells like chocolate Quick mix. It's pricing is similar to many other protein products around my area. I typically only mix with water & ice. My mom seems to like it a lot, and it was for her! When I contacted their service department, I was told its normal because its sunflower lecithin! At the beginning of December I found Canadian Protein and decided to give this stuff a try. I take up to 3 shakes a day during off season and when I'm bulking. The fact that it also has one of the best nutritional profiles around and also a very good cost I could definitely recommend this to anyone, I already have to some of my friends. My batch has a little of an after-taste to it that is kinda gross, but I just mix it with orange juice and slam it.
Xwerks Grow is made from New Zealand grass-fed whey protein isolate, naturally sweetened and contains 25g of protein per serving. Whey protein from New Zealand cows milk means the cows have never been treated with hormones, and unnecessary antibiotics and are generally much healthier. Xwerks Grow uses non-ionized whey protein isolate. This means it has been gently microfiltered to 90%+ pure protein while removing unwanted fats and carbohydrates, including lactose. This microfiltration process also preserves important biological nutrients found in grass-fed milk. These micro fractions, such as, glycomacropeptide, immunoglobulins and serum albumin help boost immune health, digestion and control inflammation among other things. Xwerks has competitively priced their new product at $49 shipped, for 30 servings. To learn more about Xwerks Grow visit xwerks.com . About Xwerks LLC: Xwerks is a new nutrition company formed in early 2014 initially launching with a unique pre-workout product, Ignite.
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Paul Magnette, minister-president of the French-speaking region of Wallonia in Brussels on Wednesday The so-called Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, or CETA, had been on the verge (and perhaps beyond) the very of collapse in recent weeks after opposition by Wallonia, Belgiums French-speaking region, kept the countrys leadership from supporting the deal. Belgian agreement on CETA, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel wrote on his Twitter account. All parliaments are now able to approve by tomorrow at midnight. Important step for EU and Canada. Belgian agreement on #CETA . All parliaments are now able to approve by tomorrow at midnight. Important step for EU and Canada Charles Michel (@CharlesMichel) October 27, 2016 The tentative deal took place just hours after Canadian PM Trudeau cancelled a trip to sign the so-called Ceta pact at a ceremony in Brussels. In question now is when the regional Belgian parliaments that have objected to the trade deal will vote to allow the countrys government to support it. The accord needs the full backing of all 28 member states. But while the Belgian federal government supports the trade pact, it still needed the green light from its five regional authorities before it could give its official approval. As the FT adds, Belgian leaders had come close to a deal on Wednesday but their talks broke up without definitive agreement shortly before midnight, leading to the cancellation of an EU-Canada summit that had been scheduled for months. So, following weeks of intense talks with the leadership of Wallonia and its other regions, Belgium finally got the green light to back CETA on Thursday.
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