Hello there friends!
A couple of weeks ago the very friendly people over at My Supplement StoreÂ sent me some awesome whey protein samples to give a try.
MSS is an online supplement store that has over 5,400 products to browse through. Ranging from your daily multivitamin to pre and post-workout supplements to snack bars and other goodies, MSS is bound to have exactly what you’re looking for. In fact, My Supplement Store says they stand forÂ commitment, service, knowledge and dedication to their number one asset: you the customer.
Pretty neat, huh?
First up of the samples I received is Hexapro Cookies n’ Cream whey protein supplement.
I must say…I’m most excited to try this pfizer viagra 50mg whey powder in a protein fudge recipe. Oy, I’m drooling at the mere thought.
Next up, Isoflex Chocolate whey protein supplement.
Nothing like the signature chocolate protein powder. I’m thinking green breakfast smoothie for this one. After a good morning sweat sesh? Check yes.
Lastly,Â Isoflex Chiller Citrus Peach SensationÂ whey protein powder.
I actually enjoyed this whey powder in a smoothie for dinner the other night and it totally hit the spot after a quickie workout.
Let me elaborate…
Citrus Mint Sensation Smoothie
- 1 serving Isoflex Peach Sensation whey protein*
- 1 frozen banana, peeled and sliced
- 1 Tbsp ground flaxseed**
- 3 fresh mint leaves
- 3/4 c unsweetened vanilla almond milk
Add everything to a high-speed blender then blend and enjoy!
*If you don’t have Isoflex’s Citrus Peach Sensation on hand then you can either sub the frozen banana for a frozen peach and use orange juice instead of almond milk.
**MSS has tons of different flaxseed variations and brandsÂ on their site so if you’re looking for a good flaxseed brand definitely check it out. Actually if you’re looking for anythingÂ at all you should check it out.
The perfect summer smoothie!
Another good detail about these protein powders is the nutrition stats.
Nutrition Info for Isoflex Citrus Peach Sensation Whey Protein Isolate
Admittedly, I’d prefer the ingredients list be much shorter but the fact that this powder in particular hasÂ 0 g sugar, 3 g carbohydrates, and 27 g protein for onlyÂ 120 calories toootally makes up for it. Tastes pretty darn good, too. 😉
MSS is so awesome you can take a look at the nutrition information on all of their products. Goodbye searching high and low on the interwebs for a nutrition fact!
Question of the Day:Â What supplements do you always have on hand? Whey protein powder? Vitamins?
[Disclaimer: I received free samples from My Supplement Store in exchange for this review. As always, all opinions expressed on HNC are my own.]