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Adding collagen to your diet is great for your connective tissue, skin, hair, and muscles.   These collagen recipes will help you satisfy cravings while maintaining ketosis and adding protein in the form of collagen to your diet.    1. Chocolate Almond Butter Fat Bombs   This is the ultimate treat to curb your cravings. Keep this easy snack in the freezer or refrigerator so you can grab one every time you need something between meals.   The coconut oil, almond butter, and collagen pack thi...

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  Starting your day with protein is super important to boost energy levels, jumpstart your metabolism, and keep you full and focused for the day ahead.  More and more people are turning to plant-based eating, and for good reason. Studies show that plant-based diets may reduce BMI, blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol levels (1).  However, just because you are not opting for eggs in the morning, does not mean your protein intake should plummet.  Here are some tasty high-protein brea...

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Energy balls are pretty awesome little dietary tools. For one thing, they're extremely easy to make. More importantly, though, they are packed with protein, slow carbs and healthy fats.   So, what you're left with is a quick, delicious snack that you don't have to feel guilty about. Don't believe us?   Give this recipe for vegan protein chocolate peanut butter balls a try.     1 cup dates, seedless 2 tbsp almond butter 2 tbsp Naked PB 1 tbsp Naked Chocolate Whey Protein Powder 1 tbsp gr...

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Protein balls are great little nutritional tools. With some creativity and a minimal investment of time, you can easily toss together a highly portable, protein-packed snack.   Give this vegan peanut butter protein ball recipe a try, for example.   4 medjool dates 1 scoop Naked Nutrition Protein Powder 4 tablespoons crunchy peanut butter 2 teaspoons chia seeds, ground Combine all the ingredients in a food processor until thoroughly mixed. Roll the batter into 10 balls and place them in ...

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Whey protein powder is pretty awesome for several reasons. But one of the most attractive features of this highly nutritious food is just how ridiculously convenient and adaptable it is.   Of course, the simplest – and common - application of whey protein is that it can just be tossed into a shaker cup with some water or milk. And that's it. Still, it's pretty easy to get more creative than that.   In fact, with some planning, there are several recipes that you can prepare ahead of time that ...

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Father's Day is almost here and, to celebrate right, you're going to want some cake. But, of course, you want to treat Dad right and whip up something delicious that won't do any lasting harm.   Thankfully, there are some pretty incredible things you can do with chocolate protein powder these days. Here's a recipe for protein Black Forest cake, complete with protein frosting.     Cake 1 cup black beans, drained and cooked 1/4 cup agave or honey 1 cup egg whites 1/2 cup Naked Chocolate Prot...

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Everybody loves brownies. But, like so many other baked goods, we have to be careful with them.   Instead of indulging in the traditional, nutritional-disaster of a recipe, though, give this protein-packed version a try!     4 eggs, beaten 1 can (200g) black beans, cooked and drained 3/4 cup Less Naked Chocolate Whey Protein Powder 1/4 cup honey 3 tbsp coconut flour 5 tbsp cottage cheese 1/2 tsp baking soda Preheat your oven to 325 F and prepare a small baking dish. Place all of the in...

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Snickerdoodles are delicious. Unfortunately, like most cookies, they aren't exactly nutritionally sound. But, with some clever substitutes and a well-chosen vanilla whey protein powder, we can fix that!   Here's the gloriously simple recipe.     1 ½ cups flour 3 scoops Less Naked Vanilla Whey Protein Powder ¼ cup honey 1 tsp cinnamon 2 tbsp coconut oil, melted 2 tbsp milk (of choice) 1 egg, beaten Sugar and cinnamon for coating   Preheat your oven to 350 F. In a large bowl, mix the flour...

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Kids crave sugar, that's just science. As a health-conscious parent, though, you're deeply interested in keeping your kids healthy and teaching them how to eat right.   To support your noble efforts, we humbly present the following recipe for gluten-free protein powder muffins. Each muffin packs about 7g of protein, 20g of health carbs and just 2g of fat.   This particular recipe is for blueberry muffins but you can easily tweak things to incorporate whatever flavor you'd like to feature.   ...

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In a recent post, we covered four ways you can make your organic brown rice protein shakes taste delicious. But we're full of ideas.   So, here are five more tips you can use when making shakes with that fancy organic brown rice protein you just picked up.   Coffee – This simple addition not only gives your shakes a complex flavor that works well with the sweet, creaminess of the rice protein but it also brings caffeine to the party. If you have your shakes as part of your breakfast or as a m...

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