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Gold Standard 100% Whey Nominated as Supplement of the Year

Gold Standard 100% Whey Nominated as Bodybuilding.com Supplement of the Year

Hamilton, October 1, 2013 - After eight continuous years of being recognised as the best overall supplement by BodyBuilding.com, as well as best protein powder of the year, Gold Standard 100% Whey has earned yet another nomination for the coveted top spots in the world of professional body building supplements.

Nominations for the Annual Supplement Awards are based on overall sales of products, and the winners are selected by the general public. The 2013 winners will be named at the Mr. Olympia competition, to be held this year in Las Vegas. Gold Standard 100% Whey is hoping to again take the top spot and for the ninth consecutive year, and be named as the top protein powder and the top overall supplement.

The highly sought after product is available at New Zealand’s premier online sports supplement store, Sportsfuel Supplements.

“We’re pleased to be able to say we carry this amazing product at Sportsfuel Supplements, and we’re not surprised to see it’s nominated yet again for the highest honours in the extremely competitive world of body building and sports supplements,” said Sportsfuel founder Andrew Bailey. “We source only the highest quality products, and Gold Standard whey is certainly the best of the best—which is why our customers continue to turn to us for their supplemental and nutrition needs.”

Gold Standard supplements are created using only the purest form of whey possible—Whey Protein Isolates. WPIs are the primary ingredient in the Gold Standard supplement, and because only the highest concentrates of whey are used in the formulation, there are 24 grams of protein in each serving.

“One of the best aspects of the BodyBuilding.com awards is that these are products selected because of the public’s input, from the nominations which stem from sales, to the honest voting opinions of real people,” said Bailey. “Since 2005 Gold Standard Whey has continued to be a favourite of people who are actually buying it and using it, and we’re extremely proud to be able to pass that kind of quality to our own customers.”

For more information about purchasing 100% Gold Standard Whey products, visit: http://www.sportsfuel.co.nz/brands/optimum-nutrition.html

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