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Best Protein Powder for Women

Updated on July 4, 2014

Most of the time when a woman starts an exercise program with the intent of getting fit and trim, she also starts supplementing her diet with protein powder. With all the choices out there, it can be quite intimidating for a woman new to the world of health and nutrition to find a protein powder that's good for her body and fitness goals. Many protein supplements are designed for body builders to build muscle and bulk. Very few women, however, are seeking to gain bulk. Most women that are exercising and eating right are looking to lose body fat and build lean muscle, and their are protein powders out there designed to do just that. But finding the right one can be tricky.

I've been supplementing my diet with protein powder for over a year now. I've learned a lot along the way regarding what are the best ingredients to help the ladies achieve a slim and tone figure. In my opinion the best protein powder for women is Jay Robb, whether your goal is to tone up, lose weight, or build lean muscle.

There is one may reason Jay Robb is my first choice of protein supplement, it uses stevia as a sweetener. For me this is a must in any protein powder. I refuse to put refined sugar or artificial sweeteners in my body. Stevia is made from a plant and has been safely consumed for decades.

Another thing that I love about Jay Robb protein powder is that it contains no soy. I'm allergic to soy and find it quite a challenge to find a soy free protein powder that also uses stevia.

Jay Robb claims that it's "The best tasting protein on the planet," and while I don't agree with that huge statement I will say that it is pleasant tasting. I mix mine with almond milk and find it enjoyable to drink day after day.

This protein powder is available not only in a variety of flavors, but also in your choice of whey or egg white protein. This means even people with dairy allergies can consume Jay Robb protein.

Jay Robb will be my go to protein supplement for life.

The chocolate whey Jay Robb powder is my first choice. I blend it in the blender with almond milk, a handful of frozen blue berries, a handful of frozen pineapple, and a little bit of fresh spinach. While this is my favorite protein shake, I've also enjoyed Jay Robb's other flavors and even the egg white option. The egg white powder is less sweet and slightly more salty than the whey, but it is still pleasant tasting and mixes well.

Jay Robb - Egg White Protein Powder, Outrageously Delicious, Vanilla, 21 Servings (24 oz)
Jay Robb - Egg White Protein Powder, Outrageously Delicious, Vanilla, 21 Servings (24 oz)

If you're sensitive to dairy, try the great tasting egg white protein powder.


Jay Robb is a health and fitness enthusiast. He believes in his product and is actively involved with overseeing its quality. He promises to keep Jay Robb protein all natural, free of artificial sweeteners and flavors.

Watch this interview with Jay Robb.

This is a fantastic recipe to create a quick and healthy meal replacement shake.

Prep time: 2 min
Cook time: 3 min
Ready in: 5 min
Yields: 1


  • 10 oz. 2% milk
  • 1 heaping tablespoon peanut butter (or almond butter)
  • 1 heaping scoop Jay Robb chocolate protein powder
  • 1 banana
  • 1 leaf fresh kale


  1. Place all ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth. Enjoy.

I did my homework before choosing a protein powder for myself. It had to contain only all natural ingredients and not have anything that would cause me to put on weight. I have been a happy Jay Robb customer for over a year now. Have you tried Jay Robb protein powder yet?


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