Supplement Guide 2018: Protein Powders

Protein should be a priority for anyone hoping to hold onto muscle while dieting or any athlete trying to add muscle.
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Protein should be a priority for anyone hoping to hold onto muscle while dieting or any athlete trying to add muscle. Muscles need a constant stream of amino acids from protein for maintenance. If you don’t — or can’t — take in enough protein, your body will steal aminos from the protein stored in your muscles. Protein powders make it easier to add protein to your daily intake.

There are plenty of choices available to help you achieve your goal, whether that is gaining weight, replacing meals, adding muscle or holding on to hard- earned muscle while you are trying to lose body fat. This chapter will have the right protein source or sources to meet your needs.

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Sunwarrior Warrior Blend

Warrior Blend combines three potent protein sources — pea, hempseed and goji berries — into a smooth, delicious and nutrient-dense superfood rich in branched- chain amino acids. Medium-chain triglycerides from coconut enhance this dynamic fusion to create a unique, plant- based protein that offers improved energy, performance and recovery.

$44.99

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Beast Sports Nutrition Protein

Beast’s Protein is the ultimate fuel to help add muscle and increase strength. It features five high-quality proteins: whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate, whey protein hydrolysate, micellar casein and egg white albumin. The powerful formula aids new muscle growth, increases lean muscle and maximizes strength — the only protein capable of building a beast.     

$39.99

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Vega One

Made from whole-food ingredients, Vega One has everything you need for good nutritional support, all in one delicious scoop. With 20 grams of protein, six servings of greens, vitamins, minerals and more, Vega One gives you the nutritional confidence to do more, better.

$54.99