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Whey-80 vs Whey-100

coolyfrost

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Hello, I am starting to look into supplements. I am going to choose Whey protein for sure but am indecisive regarding the fact if I should take Whey-80 or Whey-100. I know that Whey-100 is a lot more refined and has less carbs and fats and more protein, but where I live Whey-100 is 15 dollars more expensive than Whey-80 per kilo. Therefore, do you think that Whey-100 justifies the extra price? I am a 16 year old male, between 5'5 and 5'6 (165 to 168cm) and weigh around 130 pounds (60kg). I want to maintain my weight or just increase it slightly in order to gain mass and lose some visible body fat. What do you guys think is the best option?
 

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I don't feel that the extra price outweighs any additional benefits you would get, especially at such a young age. I say go ahead with the less expensive whey, since it will give you all that you need, and the additional carbs / calories will more than likely be used up by your body efficiently.
 
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