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Truth About Protein Shake Recipes Weight Loss

Updated on April 18, 2011

Protein Shakes and Weight Loss

Proteins are known to be able to help with increasing muscle mass so what is all this talk about weight loss now? Well it has become to be known that have a high amount of muscle mass is a great way to keep the pounds from stacking on. So you will see that many persons who are overweight and consult a dietician are instructed to have a high protein diet which contains protein shakes so that they can lose weight of around 4 – 6 pounds per month.

The whey shake is a new breakthrough in dieting. In adding to high protein shakes as a means of weight loss below are some factors you need to keep in mind in order to keep the weight falling off to desired level:

  • · Stick to a low calorie diet
  • · Avoid colas and any other type of fizzy drink
  • · Implement an approved exercise program
  • · Include low calorie fruits and vegetable

How Do Protein Shakes Work For Weight Loss?

The best protein shake for weight loss is made with whey protein. These protein shakes are also widely used by body builders who want to loose body fat and replace it with muscle weight at the same time.

You will feel satisfied after drinking a protein shake for breakfast. You won’t be distracted by hunger. That is the key and the here are the two reasons.

First, the protein shake contains lots of protein. Protein is an essential part of your diet. It is amino acids that a necessary for your body. So, your body is truly getting what it needs when you drink protein shake. The protein takes time to digest, and that alone helps curb any hunger.

Second, protein shakes are supposed to trigger the release of hormones that control your appetite. This is tied to the high level of whey protein absorption. With the release of these hormones, you appetite is gone and you have a sense of feeling full.

Protein Shake Recipes Weight Loss

The Quick Magical Breakfast Blaster Protein Shake

  • 1 scoop (1/3 cup) Soy protein powder
  • 1/2 tablespoon flaxseed oil
  • 1/4 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1/2 large ripe banana (or other fruits of your choice)
  • 1/2 tablespoon apple juice concentrate or honey
  • 1 teaspoon Psyillium seed husks

Peel banana; break into chunks. Put all ingredients in a blender. Add 12 ounces of water and ice, as well as powdered vitamins. Cover, blend until fairly smooth.

Makes 2 servings, 136 calories per serving

Plum Lemon Chiller Protein Shake 

  • 2 scoops vanilla flavor protein powder

  • 1 ripe plum, pitted
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 1 tablespoon multi-vitamin powder
  • 16 ounces ice water
  • 1/2 cup ice cubes

Blend all ingredients until smooth and serve in a tall glass.

Protein Shake Recipes Weight Loss can produce startling effects if followed thoughtfully.

Protein Shakes For Women

It is recommended that women choose protein shakes without the sugar. Also opt for protein shakes made from whey protein. The reasons women should drink these types of shakes include;

  1. Whey protein helps to get rid of cellulite.
  2. Whey protein helps to maintain a healthy weight.
  3. Whey protein helps minimize your predisposition to loss in bone density.

The reason you should choose those without sugar is because it is just giving you empty calories that you can do without.


Protein Shakes and The Biggest Loser

You may have of heard of their use on the television show "The Biggest Loser". Due to the success of protein shakes on the show, NBC and the company Consumer Products Group are now producing a whey powder branded by the show.

"The show trainers and doctors have been incorporating protein shakes into the lives of our contestants for the last few seasons," says Mark Koops, Creator and Executive Producer of The Biggest Loser.

Lean more on Protein Shake Recipes and other facts about protein shakes.


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