Super high protein smoothies

Protein Smoothies

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Hi, I'm DaNae! I've lost over 80 pounds. I share my story in hopes that it could be helpful to someone who is currently in my past shoes and wants to choose a different path of life. In the past, I've struggled with not feeling full after a smoothie. Adding extra protein has helped satiate my appetite and I avoid reaching for a snack later.

I also like protein because it helps avoid losing muscle mass while in a calorie deficit. In high protein smoothies, I aim to reach 50 grams of protein. Don't worry... you don't need to be adding raw eggs, grilled chicken breast, or canned tuna.

In order to do this, I use multiple types of foods to increase the amount of protein in one smoothie. Protein powders are the most common. I like to add my protein powders in the blender only after all the other ingredients are smooth.

The next foods I use are greak yogurt and cottage cheese. They are usually sold in most grocery stores and add a nice creamy texture to a smoothie.


High protein smoothies

Fit Chocolate Protein Smoothie

1 cup (8oz) of 2% milk

1/2 cup (4oz) cottage cheese

1 frozen banana

2 Tablespoons Cocoa Powder

Handful (1oz) fresh spinach

Sweetener of your choice

1-3 ice cubes

2 scoops Chocolate milkshake 100% whey protein powder by Premier Protein

Add all the ingredients and blend completely. Then add the protein powder and blend on low for 3 seconds. You can add extra sweetener if you'd like. I like to use stevia or other sugar free sweeteners like Jordan Syrups (This is an affiliate link where you get 10% off your order).

Happy Blending!

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The contents are not meant to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This website is for sharing knowledge and information from the research and experience of DaNae. She encourages you to make your own health decisions based upon your research and discussion with your own qualified professionals.

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