While studying for the CPT exam, I've learned more about how to structure my eating so that I get the most out of the timing and assortment with the food I eat. My goals are to eat a balance of healthy fats (nuts, fish, etc.) and complex carbs (i.e. veggies galore) for energy along with lean and healthy proteins to help my muscles recover from workouts. With protein intake, sometimes grabbing chicken breast or egg whites just isn't convenient for any of us. Instead, we rely on quick protein sources that can work just the same but that also taste delicious!
Designer Whey is a company that provides me that very luxury & I was excited to have the opportunity to try them out!
With an assortment of products, they provide protein that helps individuals succeed with their fitness goals while enjoying a delicious variety of options for protein choices!
Our values are equally resolute. We only work with quality, scientifically proven ingredients, ensuring each Designer Whey product delivers the optimal blend of proteins, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. It’s this unique formula that helps to reduce appetite, build lean muscle, improve body composition, enhance the benefits of exercise, aid in recovery, and much more.
Verdict: Awesome Protein for stellar muscle recovery!
I'd sum up Designer Whey with these words:
From shakes to bars and weight loss to recovery, Designer Whey offers many options that fit all individual needs and goals!
Disclosure: FitFluential LLC & Designer Whey provided me product me for this Campaign. All opinions are my own. Also, I am not a registered Dietician, these opinions on nutrition are based on my own experience.
So, why is Protein important?
In a nutshell: You get your energy from two sources: carbs and fat. When you workout, you tear your muscles and alter their structure, requiring them to have protein as fuel to recover and be ready to do more work at the next workout! For our muscle, joint, and bone cells to grow and repair, we need protein!Since I'm not a certified CPT just yet, I'll note this source ;)
What ways do you incorporate protein into your diet?
If protein was White Chocolate flavored, would you eat it up?