Hopefully you may have already read these two articles Beginners Guide To Protein & A Practical Guide To Setting And Achieving Fitness Goals. And then you would have heard of a new and exciting sports supplement brand called SuperVitality. Well we discovered them recently and really like them because they have a simple, non-intimidating approach to sports nutrition. Their clean labels and ingredient lists mean better quality sports supplements and great natural tastes! No fillers, superfood infused and natural sweeteners.
We understand the huge importance that good nutrition and supplementation play in order to achieve your fitness goals which is why we have teamed up with SuperVitality to offer you a huge 20% discount with code PAYG20!
Our three SuperVitality favourites:
Super Protein Pistachio & Vanilla
A delicious, premium whey isolate mix with crushed pistachio nuts, vanilla pod and natural sweetener (stevia).
Protein per serving: 24.9g
Carbs per serving: 0.6g
Calories per serving: 107 kcal
Super Protein Raspberry & Acai Diet
A delicious, low-fat mix of slow and fast release protein and antioxidant rich raspberry and acai powder, enhanced with researched weight loss ingredients CLA and L-carnitine, and sweetened naturally with stevia.
Protein per serving: 23.4g
Carbs per serving: 1.8g
Calories per serving: 115 kcal
Super Protein Blueberry Smoothie
A delicious, low-fat mix of slow and fast release protein and antioxidant rich blueberry powder, sweetened naturally with stevia.
Protein per serving: 24.3g
Carbs per serving: 1.7g
Calories per serving: 114 kcals
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Thanks Joe, these sound like a good bet then.
I've been meaning to try protein pancakes for ages but not really been keen on using the plain powders I've got at home - pistachio and vanilla sounds unmissable though!
Hey Mike! The body can assimilate up to around 30g of protein per meal so any of these protein shakes can be used on the go, post workout or to enhance a meal such as porridge, pancakes or muffins. The optimal time is post workout as whey protein is digested quickly so aid recovery after exercise quicker than a chicken breast for example. Joe
Sorry, I mean a good amount of protein per serving.
Sounds like a good amount of carbs per serving so are these recommended for a post workout snack?