Some of us are doubling down on our protein intakes these days to maintain our gains, especially when gyms are still closed during lockdown. How are you holding up?
We’ve seen a few fun recipes for protein shakes lurking around our feed. Yes, we’re talking about that strawberry matcha protein shake! Or, maybe you could even try making protein desserts at home.
Here are a few vendors for you to look at for you to give your daily protein intakes a little twist:
Our go-to’s usually The Good Stuff ‘cause they carry the Barebells range. Personally, big fans of the Banana Milkshake and the Cookies and Cream Protein Bars. Reminds us of the Korean banana milk and Oreos!
Heal Nutrition’s the one to go for if you’re into trying out different flavours for your shakes. They’ve got the Charcoal Sesame, Matcha and Coconut Shake, like the one featured in this fun recipe! Don’t worry, they do have vegan options too.
🌐 Available at Supa Save, Soon Lee, Snacky Shakes, Hopsons Enterprise or Hua Ho
🌐 Check out their Instagram (@bn.healnutrition.co) and shop online via their website (healnutrition.co)
🧾 Payment via credit / debit card
🛵 Pick-up and delivery available
More protein shake flavours incoming! For something refreshing, you might wanna have a look at Myprotein. Just a few honourable mentions here are the Peach Tea and the Mojito Clear Whey Isolate. They already sound yums!
For a wider range of workout supplements, we’d definitely recommend checking out Beastmode! They sell their proteins in bigger quantities, so if you’re bulking up throughout the week, that might be good for you to consider.
For an all-natural plant protein, try out Maxine’s Plant Protein at Muscle Factory. They do have a lot more options on their website, perfect for you to add on to your workout routine. Other brands up for grabs on their website are MMX, MAX and Dymatize, just to name a few.
Think we gave you a headstart on looking for the perfect protein shake for you. Have you got a favourite protein shake already? What’s your go-to brand and recipe?