(Written by my 24 year-old son) I have been taking IGF1, which I do recommend for anyone who wants extra protein after training, without the extra carbs. I have type 1 diabetes, and therefore cannot take the high-carb types of protein supplements - so it is really good to see a new addition to the menu.
What is really good is that this can be taken before bed - on the tub they say it lasts for a full eight hours - and it really fills me up for the night. What is not so good is that the tub is really tiny compared to the equivalent amount of IGF or PhD that one would get for a similar price! I did take advantage of the special offer of two for the price of one this month, but at the normal price it would be much more expensive. You also use two scoops per serving, so the tub goes down quickly. The scoop is provided, and a little smaller than the IGF one.
The taste of the chocolate flavour was very good, but I did find the powder difficult to mix with water, and it had a few lumps in it even after buying a special shaker and doing a lot of shaking. Also, the shaker was hard to wash up afterwards.
A lot of guys at the gym say that to take a serving of protein supplement before bed can help your body recover faster. I can't really comment on the long-term benefits or otherwise as yet, because I have only been taking it for about 10 days. But I have found it a filling bedtime snack with some extra nourishment, that hasn't put my blood sugars up during the night.