Protein Powder Recipes

Protein Powder Recipes

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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 […]

With its unique, distinct taste, pea protein can sometimes be a tough ingredient for any smoothie. However, for those who want a great vegan protein with a spectacular amino acid profile, 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 […]

Quick answer: Yes, protein powder can expire due to Maillard browning – the breakdown of lysine, a key amino acid in protein powders. To check if your protein powder has expired, smell or taste a small amount and trust your senses. For more details, read on! If you use protein powder as a supplement to help fill in occasional gaps in your diet, there’s a strong chance that these tubs of powder have […]

How many times have you picked up a supplement bottle and read something along the lines of “take 1 to 4 pills, 2 to 3 times per day”? When you first start taking a new supplement, sometimes it takes a bit of trial and error to determine the optimal dosage for your needs. Often, the packaging or label can be rather vague about how much you should actually take. Luckily, our […]

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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If you’ve never heard of a fat bomb before, then you might have some questions. Maybe you’ve recently started keto, and in your search for keto-friendly snacks, you’ve come across some delicious sounding fat bomb recipes. Or perhaps, you’re still researching the keto diet, and that’s how you found this rather aggressive sounding snack. Regardless of how you discovered fat bombs, you’re wondering how something named “chocolate keto fat bomb” could […]

MCTs, or medium-chain triglycerides, are a popular supplement for anyone who follows a low-carb or ketogenic diet. This type of fatty acid usually comes from coconut or palm oil, and seems to have many benefits even for those not following a special diet. There is a long list of potential benefits from using MCT oil, but a few still need more backing from research. That being said, there are some solid, […]

What is Sunflower Oil? Sunflower oil is made from the seeds of a sunflower plant. There is much debate over whether or not sunflower oil is healthy in general, and particularly over whether or not it’s healthy for keto dieters. However, it is important to keep in mind that not all sunflower oil is considered equal, and the health benefits depend on the type of sunflower oil. There are four main […]

In the realm of fast, nutritious foods, the smoothie bowl is a pretty interesting development. Essentially, you take everything that you would normally drink in a smoothie, blend it up just a little thicker and pour it into a bowl. Why? Besides the thicker, more satisfying consistency, smoothie bowls allow you to add all manner of whole toppings that would be extremely impractical in a drinkable smoothie. Nuts, seeds, sliced fruit, […]

Believe it or not, you don’t need access to an expensive gym to build muscle. What you do need is a basic understanding of some principles and a set of dumbbells. Muscle is built through the application of three simple rules. To build muscle you must progressively lift heavier and heavier weights provide your body with enough nutrients provide your body with enough rest to utilize those nutrients and repair damaged […]