Protein PLUS+ (Shakes)

Plant powders contain: carbs, proteins, fats, fiber, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, anti-oxidants, phytonutrients.

Plant powders contain: carbs, proteins, fats, fiber, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, anti-oxidants, phytonutrients.

Shakes are the new cereal. Shakes have been used as pre/post workout for decades. Shakes can be an on-the-go meal replacement.  Shakes can be a healthy snack.  Shakes can be used to lean out or bulk up.  Shakes powders come in two forms: 1) Plant-based powders 2) Animal- based powders. Whey is the predominant animal-based (dairy) approach.  Whey works but has some long term side effects that compound over time.  Plant powders offer all the upside and none of the downside.

TOO much protein

To realize the greatest benefit of protein, it should be consumed within nutrient dense foods.  Isolating protein or BCAAs turns out to be ineffective READ 2017 STUDY HERE

Watch this insightful Science Take Over video segment from trainer, body builder, and Six Pack Abs creator Thomas Delauer.  Tom is unfamiliar with our complete plant powders approach, however, his insights are spot on and apply to everyone. (including elite athletes and bodybuilders).

Focus on quality nutrients, not just protein. Too much protein produces nitrogen stress on kidneys (measured by blood urea nitrogen levels). Tom Delauer

The nutritional (American) myth is that "Protein" comes from animals.  When in fact, all protein is initially derived from plants.  Michael Pollans' manifesto, "Eat food, mostly plants, not too much" works well unless you are a fitness buff and/or athletic.  Our athlete's manifesto is, "Eat food, mostly plants and enough to produce the results you want".

Third Pillar of #HPN

The third pillar of Human Performance Nutrition #HPN focuses on physiological conditioning. The compounding effect of nutrient dense foods delivers greater recovery, durability, and adaptive response.  Plant powders provide a tried and proven approach towards your higher ground. 

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