I’ve been lacking quite a bit of energy and proper workout recovery. Knowing that, I thought adding more protein into my diet would certainly help.
I’ve tried tons of protein powders before and during low carb, and never really understood the hype. I had seen that Isopure was low carb but it wasn’t until I heard a few rave reviews from friends that I really considered on trying it.
After putting a little more thought into it, I finally ordered Isopure on Amazon, and I haven’t been able to get enough of it ever since! Which is why I’m always finding new ways to add a bit more protein into my dishes without having to slab another steak or chicken breast into my meal.
Isopure was the first protein powder to have 50 grams of 100% pure ion exchange whey protein isolate. It gets absorbed quicker and refuels and repairs tired muscles in an instant. All with little to no lactose, preservatives, fat, calories or carbs.
Isopure packs all of these benefits:
- 50 grams of protein
- Tons of vitamins, minerals and nutrients
- 4.6 grams Glutamine
- 10,900 mg BCAA’s
- Lactose and gluten free
Isopure’s whey protein isolate has a wide variety of flavors that are low carb including: Creamy Vanilla, Cookies & Cream, Toasted Coconut (Low Carb), Mint Chocolate Chip, Espresso, Strawberries & Cream, Dutch Chocolate (Low Carb), and many more.
How to Best Use Isopure Protein Powder
The easiest way is to mix it in your typical water bottle. If you go with unflavored, you’ll notice the cloudy look before the flavor. But if you with something like their low carb toasted coconut, it will taste as if you were on your way to a refreshing stay in the Caribbean.
Aside from water, you can find creative ways to add it to your sweets and treats. I really enjoy adding it to my smoothie for as post-work recovery drink.
My cravings usually start to go crazy after a workout, so its great being able to whip one of my tasty smoothies up using my beloved Ninja Master Prep. It packs the same punch and brings the same results as Blendtec or Vitamix, but at a fraction of the cost.
Give it a try with some of my tasty recipes:
- Low Carb Green Smoothie
- Low Carb Peanut Butter Balls
- Low Carb Fudge
- Avocado Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Overnight Flax Meal
Are you a protein powder fan? Which ones have you tried and loved or tried and hated?
This post is sponsored by FitFluential on behalf of Isopure.
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