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Following a low-carb diet can be an incredibly difficult feat, especially when there are so many delicious treats out there that are, unfortunately, quite high in carbohydrates.   If you’re following a specific diet to lose weight, or simply to feel better within yourself, you might find it quite difficult to find foods that you genuinely enjoy as you may feel as if your diet has suddenly become very limited.   You may want to stay healthy and give your body the nutrients that it needs, but y...

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Pea protein powder is a complete and highly useful vegan protein supplement but it can be tricky to know exactly what to do with it. Here are a few ideas to get you started.   Summer Fruit Smoothie   2/3 cup peeled cucumber, seeded 2/3 cup honeydew melon, seeded Zest of half an orange 1/8 cup fresh mint 1 scoop Naked Pea protein powder Ice (as needed) Water (as needed) Place all ingredients in blender and process until thoroughly combined. Use ice and water as need to achieve the desired ...

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As you may or may not be aware, both whey and casein are components of milk that are separated during the cheesemaking process.   The whey is the liquid portion left behind while casein makes up the solid curds that are removed for making glorious cheese. This means that casein is, among other this, much creamier than whey.   When it comes to more creative applications, then, casein is a perfect candidate for baking and “dessert smoothies.”   Bedtime Recovery Shake   Since casein breaks down ...

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Powdered peanut butter might seem like a novelty at first – just a new way to enjoy an old favorite – but it's so much more than that.   In order to achieve that interested powdered state, most of the fat and oils have been pressed out of the nuts. And, with them, most of the calories.   Just to show you the difference, let's look at the difference between a popular natural peanut butter and Naked PB.   Peanut Butter Spread: 190 calories, 16g of fat in 2 tablespoons   Naked PB: 50 calories, 1...

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With its unique, distinct taste, pea protein can sometimes be a tough ingredient for any smoothie. However, for those who want a great vegan protein with a spectacular amino acid profile, pea protein is tough to beat.   Some people complain that a plant-based protein doesn’t taste like a whey protein shake, for example. This is because plant-based protein has a totally different consistency than a milk-based protein. Instead of becoming sticky when you add liquid to them, plant-based proteins...

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A well-designed protein shake can accomplish some pretty interesting things. Of course, you can get a heaping dose of your protein for the day with a minimal investment of time and energy.   But you can also sneak all sorts of nutrients into that shake, making it a complete meal – something generally lacking from protein shakes. Typically, these drinks contain little of anything except protein.     By using the all too under-appreciated pea protein, which naturally has a savory flavor, you c...

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