What are protein shakes and how to prepare them

Protein shakes, or protein powders, are used mainly by athletes who need nourishment right after their workouts. However, anyone can benefit from the use of protein shakes because they have other benefits such as reducing hunger and helping to build muscle.  Protein smoothies vary in protein amount, but they all contain some carbohydrates and sometimes some fat. They are available in powder form or ready-to-drink containers such as cans or foil packs in a variety of flavors.

Benefits of Protein Shakes

Protein is one of the building blocks of our bones, muscles, and skin. The body needs protein to produce hormones, enzymes, and other chemicals. With its 13g of protein, Muscle Cheff’s Iced Coffee Mocha not only meets your daily protein needs but also provides a delicious chocolate taste. The use of protein shakes in addition to a good diet and exercise regimen supports the reduction of bad cholesterol, prevents muscle loss, strengthens bones, and burns excess fat.

How to Use Protein Shakes

Protein powders have two common application methods. They can be used as meal replacements or as post-workout recovery supplement. Consuming protein shakes as meal replacements will meet your daily needs of protein while also keeping your stomach full and burning calories. Post-workout protein shakes can help you recover after a high intensity workout more easily.

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