Nutritional Protein Shake Mix with a Secret

Shake Mix with a Secret

Nutritional shakes can be a lifesaver. They blend a bunch of nutrients together so you get a boost of energy. This is especially important if you’re busy, on the run, and an over-achiever, to boot. Alternately, you could be aging, sickly, slothful, or you-just-don’t-give-a-hoot. Either way, a nutrition shake mix can be a real convenience. Make sure you pick a plant-based shake with amazing nutritional ingredients. Be warned. There’s a secret hiding here that will shake up your day in a healthy way: spore probiotics in a powdered vitamin nutrition drink.


Spore Probiotic Stability

Solgar Spoonfuls vegan protein powder shake discreetly glitters on the protein powder shelf. This is due to the GMO-free, Unique IS-2™ Bacillus coagulans probiotic spores blended into the plant-based powder. All 4 billion probiotic CFUs are strong, shelf stable and need no refrigeration. Expect them ALL to live! Spoonfuls incorporates this amazing ingredient into the easy-to-mix shake. You can bake with it – the spores survive. Similarly, you can freeze it and yet again, the spores live vibrantly. Whereas other nutritional shakes contain probiotics, this one will yield real living benefits. Some refer to the spores as ‘soil-based’ probiotics. Whatever you call them, you now know the secret. Now I might have to kill you.


Plant Based Protein Shake

Vegans and non-vegans alike will both love the plants in this protein blend. Specifically, this means peas, brown rice, hemp, and pumpkin seeds. These four lay the protein nutritional shakefoundation which will total 20 grams per serving.

Seven grams of earth-moving fiber are largely from flaxseed. These also provide some EFAs. Deep, dark greens are provided through chlorella, barley grass, spirulina and others. A thoughtful touch of adaptogenic herbs are included. Stay tuned now for the upcoming salad in a shake!


Antioxidant Salad

Other nutrition shakes might have veggies. Spoonfuls has a measured antioxidant profile in the form of over 25 plant foods. Each fruit and vegetable was chosen for its unique health properties and includes:

  • Green Coffee
  • Green Tea
  • Broccoli Sprouts
  • Onion
  • Apple
  • Acerola
  • Camu Camu
  • Tomato
  • Turmeric
  • Acai
  • Blueberry
  • Elderberry
  • Oregano
  • Bilberry
  • Much, much more


Low Calorie, Low Fat, Low Sugar

Three scoops yield a low-calorie (160 calories per svg) protein shake as well as a lowfat (total 3 grams) shake. However, healthy fat is good for you! Add the fat of your choice to round out the caloric content and achieve creamy satiety. Some will choose to add coconut oil or MCT oil. Others will add flax oil. Whether you do or don’t is up to you and whether you’re feeling like achieving or you just don’t give a hoot. Just know that fats, as well as fiber, help you feel full and satisfied. Good fat helps you get the maximum use from certain vitamins like the special vegan Vitamin D in the formula, too. A full serving yields less than 1 gram of sugar. Rest assured, this nutritional shake drink will taste great assuming you get your favorite flavor: Chocolate Coconut, Vanilla Chai, or Mixed Berry. Do not confuse our Spoonfuls shake with this one!

To clarify, not all three scoops of your nutrition shake mix needs to go into every single breakfast shake. For example, today you stir a scoopful into your oatmeal. Tomorrow it’s a yogurt quinoa bowl. Saturday would be a great day to bake up nutritional snacks. Energize with a burst of nutrition! Fear not that your creative vigor might kill your protein shake mix. Shhh! Remember this secret spore probiotic, Bacillus coagulans, in your shake mix powder:

  • Macho Probiotic – shelf stable; freeze or bake with it
  • Cheeky on Acidity – yawns through stomach acid and bile juices; wakes up when it knows it should
  • Health Benefits – supports digestion, immunity, female health

Free of: Gluten, Wheat, Dairy, Soy, Artificial Flavor and Color.

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