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Chocolate Fudge Protein Bliss Balls

Bliss balls make a delicious healthy snack. There's many versions, this version has added protein powder to make these a higher protein bliss ball. It also has chia seeds for added fibre and calcium. Each ball has around 8-10g protein.  We've used 2 of the protein powders on our store to make these balls, you can buy them individually or as a pack and save, they are: Cyborg BCAA Enhanced WPI 100% Whey Protein Isolate Boomers Whey Protein Isolate 2 Pack: Cyborg + Boomers Makes about 25 balls  Ingredients 2 cups dates (I used 1 cup Medjool and 1 cup dried dates) 1¼ cups raw nuts of choice (I used a mix of almonds, walnuts, pecans) 2½ scoops Chocolate protein powder...

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10 Exciting Ways to use your Protein Powder

Have you brought protein powder? Many have, but sometimes after several days of the same flavoured protein shake having had many weeks earlier on drinking meal replacement shakes, yet another milkshake makes your stomach churn…Or you're simply bored of protein shakes or that particular flavour! Well, don’t fear, we’ve got 10 great ideas to help you get your protein and keep it interesting too! (Note: you can split your scoop of protein up into different foods during the day and do not have to have it all in one go.) Try these tips: Add a milkshake based protein powder e.g. Cyborg WPI Protein Powder it to water or milk (generally this is what is advised on the directions but make...

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The Scoop on Protein Supplements

  Getting enough protein after your surgery is essential. Your protein targets will differ from other people and you are best asking your surgeon or bariatric dietitian what you need to aim for. Sometimes it can be difficult meeting protein targets and you’re told to supplement with a protein powder to boost your intake. There can be a million protein supplements to choose from so we've put together a basic guide on protein. There are many protein powders out there, some more palatable than others (it really comes down to personal taste) but ideally choose a protein powder that will give you a decent amount of protein per scoop especially if it’s making up part of your food / kilojoule...

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