THE BEST PROTEIN POWDER

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THE BEST PROTEIN POWDER FOR EVERY GOAL

THE BEST PROTEIN POWDER

The varieties available have radically expanded from whey into beef and egg on one end of the spectrum, and a garden’s worth of plants on other: pea, hemp and rice just to name a few. First, know this: Plant protein is more slimming than milk-derived proteins. Next, different varieties have qualities that make them the best choices depending on your lifestyle needs. We’ve broken down a few of them here.


TO GAIN MUSCLE
Jay Robb Enterprises Egg White Protein
Whey tends to be the first word when it comes to protein supplementation. Trouble is, it can cause belly bloat. For a better option that’ll help you bulk up only in desirable areas, try egg-white protein, which is naturally low-carb and no-fat. This option has 25 grams of protein and 115 calories per serving.

**1 scoop:
Calories: 115
Fat: 0 G
Saturated Fat: 0 G
Carbs: 1 G
Sugar: 0 G
Protein: 24 G


TO LOSE WEIGHT
TO LOSE WEIGHT
Garden of Life Raw Meal
This organic protein blend is derived from belly-blasting brown rice, quinoa and beans, plus tea and cinnamon extract. With 34 grams of protein and 10 grams of fiber per two-scoop serving with a reasonable 310 calories, having one of these for lunch before a workout will keep you feeling full and energized while preserving muscle.

**1 scoop:
Calories: 155
Fat: 2.5 G
Saturated Fat: 1 G
Carbs: 15 G
Sugar: 3 G
Protein: 17 G



TO SUPPLEMENT YOUR DIET
TO SUPPLEMENT YOUR DIET

Alive! Ultra Shake Pea Protein
Protein powders are no substitute for eating well, but this one can offer an occasional hand with nutrition. Pea protein is rich in amino acids and is easy to digest. This variety by Alive! contains a substantial 15 grams of protein per scoop, plus a multivitamin’s worth of nutrients.

**1 scoop:
Calories: 120
Fat: LESS THAN 1 G
Saturated Fat: 0 G
Carbs: 15 G
Sugar: 9 G
Protein: 15 G


TO POWER UP YOUR SMOOTHIE
TO POWER UP YOUR SMOOTHIE

Nutiva Organic Hemp Protein
Stifle the Woody Harrelson jokes: Hemp protein is derived from the less-fun parts of the hemp plant, offering a substantial amount of fiber (here, 8 grams) that’s easy to digest. With 15 grams of protein per scoop, this organic option is an ideal mix-in for oatmeal or smoothies (or brownies, if that’s your thing); the fiber will make you feel fuller longer, and it contains eight essential amino acids to build muscle.

**3 Tbsp:
Calories: 90
Fat: 3 G
Saturated Fat: 0 G
Carbs: 9 G
Sugar: 1 G
Protein: 15 G



TO BEAT THE 3 PM SLUMP
TO BEAT THE 3 PM SLUMP

Sunwarrior Warrior Blend Raw Vegan Protein
With 19 grams of protein and 100 calories per serving, this organic protein is derived from peas, cranberry and hemp, with no sugars, gluten or artificial sweeteners to cause a metabolism-confusing midday crash. But it’s tasty enough to take on its own. If you down some pre-workout, the branched-chain amino acids can give your gym session a boost.

**1 scoop:
Calories: 100
Fat: 2 G
Saturated Fat: 0 G
Carbs: 2 G
Sugar: 0 G
Protein: 19 G


TO STOP LATE-NIGHT SNACKING
Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Casein
If you don’t suffer belly bloat from milk-derived protein, pick casein before whey—the former digests more slowly (it’s the same principle as low-glycemic-index ‘slow carbs’) and stays in the system longer to nourish muscles. This makes it a good option if you need a nighttime snack on workout days: It’ll help kickstart recovery and build fat-burning muscle. This option has 23 grams of protein and only one gram of fat per serving.

**1 scoop:
Calories: 120
Fat: 1 G
Saturated Fat: 0.5 G
Carbs: 4 G
Sugar: 1 G
Protein: 23 G




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