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For a long time now, whey protein has been pretty much the unrivaled king of the protein powder world. But, before that, eggs were the protein of choice. And, although it’s not as widely used these days, you can still get your hands on egg white protein powder. In reality, this oft-forgotten protein source does have some pretty unique advantages that they make it a viable option for you. How does […]

Requiring its users to maintain extremely low levels of carbohydrate intake, the ketogenic – or keto – diet can be pretty difficult to get used it. The biggest trouble is still getting adequate levels of other nutrients, like protein and fat, so that you can keep your energy levels up while doing without your primary source of fuel. In this regard, protein powders can be powerful tools. There is sometimes confusion, […]

With a distinct taste, pea protein can sometimes be a tough ingredient for any smoothie. For those who want a great vegan protein with a spectacular amino acid profile though, pea protein is tough to beat. Some people complain that a plant-based protein doesn’t does taste like a whey protein shake for example.  This is because plant-based protein has a totally different consistency than a milk-based protein. Instead of becoming sticky when you […]

As you may or may not be aware, both whey and casein are components of milk that are separated during the cheesemaking process. The whey is the liquid portion left behind while casein makes up the solid curds that are removed for making glorious cheese. This means that casein is, among other this, much creamier than whey. When it comes to more creative applications, then, casein is a perfect candidate for […]

It’s becoming increasingly common for people to look for other ways to use all that protein powder they have stockpiled. Just tossing into a shaker cup with some water isn’t enough anymore. We see now tons of recipes for using whey and other protein powders in baking and other unexpected places. But, what about egg white protein powder? In addition to using it the same way that whey and other powders […]

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There’s just something special about the combination of peanut butter and jelly. It’s comforting and energizing all at once. Also, it’s delicious. Unfortunately, the traditional delivery method for this flavor powerhouse is not exactly nutritionally sound. So, to help satisfy that craving without contradicting your fitness goals, here is a recipe for a delicious, healthy peanut butter and jelly protein smoothie. 1 cup milk (of choice) ½ cup plain, low fat […]

Thanks to warmer weather and longer days, spring is an exciting time of year. Unfortunately, it’s also a very rainy time of year. For the athletes out there who’ve been impatiently waiting all winter for the chance to get outside, this can be a very frustrating development. So, to help you get around it, here are five rainy day workouts for April showers. Take A Class Those rainy days could be […]

People use goat whey protein for lots of reasons. They might prefer its taste or its nutritional profile or they might just not be able to stomach cow’s milk. Generally, though, people aren’t aware of some of the other benefits that goat whey protein has over its bovine counterpart. Specifically, goat whey protein can offer quite a few benefits for you skin that many aren’t aware of. Here’s some of the […]

Whey protein is good for you for all sorts of reasons. For the most part, people in general tend to be fairly aware of this. However, whey is typically thought of as a great way to gain weight. And that is true. But, depending on how it’s used, whey protein powder could also be a powerful weight loss tool. Primarily, this has to do with whey’s ability to reduce your appetite, […]

In theory, cereals are a great idea. They’re easy-to-prepare, available in a wide array of flavors and varieties, and are nutrient-rich. Or, at least, that’s how it’s supposed to work. The reality, unfortunately, is that cereals are typically extremely high in carbohydrates, including added sugars. And then there’s the problem of additives. Flavorings, dyes and preservatives are stuffed into those boxes, bringing with them tons of potentially harmful side effects. So, […]