START YOUR DAY RIGHT WITH A PLANT BASED Protein SHAKE
$30.75 per month ($1.03 per day) BUY
I love starting my morning out with a whole food plant based breakfast shake that keeps me feeling healthy and energized all day.
You can't go wrong with starting your day out fresh and feeling good with something made with everything you need and nothing you don't. I truly love these daily shakes so I want to share with you how I make my own.
Whole Food Plant Based / Vegan / Gluten Free / No Dairy / Non-Gmo / Chemical and Artificial Free
My Shake REVIEw:
Protein shakes aren't just for body builders anymore, and there's good reason for that. Protein shakes can make an excellent quick breakfast, a convenient pre-work out energy drink, a replenishing post-work out recovery drink, or a healthy snack. This is my daily morning lifestyle shake and my go-to yoga shake. I also share with you below many recipes I have used this protein mix in.
Many people may believe that whey protein is best when it comes to shakes. Whey is actually a cheep form of milk proteins from cows. I teach and believe in clean plant based protein for a pure healthy body and that is just what these contain.
Each serving provides a boost of clean plant based calcium, Vitamin D, Vitamin C, and Vitamins B6 and B12 among other nutritional benefits. This helps provide us with well-rounded nutrition from every serving keeping us feeling good.
2 perfect flavors that can be paired with anything:
flavored naturally with vanilla bean and vanilla extracts
flavored naturally with cocoa
I personally approve these protein shakes for my clients and here is why:
13 grams of high-quality plant based protein from Non-Gmo Water-Washed Whole Soy (the Soy that is good for you; Chickpeas; Peas; and Rice Bran.
Most of our diets are lacking in fiber. One serving of Complete adds a significant fiber boost to your daily diet. 8 Grams of Soluble & Insoluble Fiber; from soy, rice bran, pectin, and apples.
Complete also provides whole food nutrition in every scoop. With nutrient packed pumpkin and pomegranate powders, super-green spirulina, sprouts such as broccoli, alfalfa, and radish, and ancient grains like quinoa, millet, and amaranth.
Micronutrients are the vitamins, minerals, trace elements, phytochemicals, and antioxidants that are essential for good health.
Soybeans are legumes, a plant of the pea family that originated in East Asia. Whole soybeans contain a range of important nutrients. They contain manganese, selenium, copper, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, calcium, vitamin B6, folate, riboflavin (B2), thiamin (B1), and Vitamin K.
Processing soy at a high temperature can denature some of the proteins and reduce their quality. Also most Soy in the US is GMO, which is not good for us. The Soy in these shakes is Non-Gmo and water-washed, a low process used that helps keep all the soys original health benefits alive.
For those that live life spontaneously like I do, I get their Complete shake mix in convenient single-serve packets. I toss them in my bag when I am on-the-go. I just add a protein packet right into whatever smoothie or fresh juice I am drinking. I never miss my plant based protein and I bring vanilla with me because it goes with everything. I also kiss my morning shakes with 1 drop of pure essential oil in Lemon or Sweet Orange.
HOW TO MAKE A COMPLETE SHAKE:
Shake or blend 1 packet or 1 scoop of the Complete shake mix with; organic almond milk, coconut milk, fresh pressed juice, or your favorite organic beverage.
For added nutrition add in fresh or frozen organic fruit or veggies of your choice. I like to add in things like chia seeds, goji berries, coconut flakes, and nuts to my morning shakes.
Complete Protein Recipes:
NO BAKE COMPLETE PROTEIN COCOA BALLS:
1 cup Old Fashion Oats
⅓ cup The Vanilla Complete
½ tsp. Flaxseed
⅓ cup Natural Peanut Butter
⅓ cup Organic Unsweetened Applesauce
2 Tbsp. Raw Local Honey
2 Tbsp. Dark Chocolate Cocoa Chips
⅓ cup of Raisins (optional)
⅓ cup slivered Almonds (optional)
In a medium bowl mix together ingredients. Roll into small to medium size balls. Place on wax paper and refrigerate 2-3 hours to harden.