Which Protein Powder is Your Perfect Match?

Your Perfect Protein Match

Exploring Protein Powders & Protein Sources

You are a strong, unique individual— which means you have your own unique way of wellness! With hundreds or protein products on the market, it can be hard to decipher which one works best for you.

To help you avoid unnecessary sweeteners and fillers, we are recommending the most pure forms of protein out there— for every diet and lifestyle!

 

ProFunction Whey Whey Protein Meal Replacement

Whey Protein Shake

Common among gym enthusiasts, whey protein is often found in shakes, powders and protein bars—but where exactly does it come from?

Milk contains two main types of protein: casein (80%) and whey (20%). One of the purer forms of protein, whey is an isolated protein from grass-fed dairy cows. The herds graze year-round on disease-free, pesticide-free, chemical-free natural grass pastures. Milk from grass-fed cows contains a proper balance of essential fatty acids and higher levels of CLA (an omega-6 fatty acid commonly associated with weight loss).

The whey is extracted from the milk using methods to avoid temperatures that would destroy key health-promoting compounds. It fully maintains the immune-boosting and regenerative components naturally present in raw milk. ProFunction Whey Protein skips unnecessary added and artificial sugars, so you’re always guaranteed a clean helping of protein.

Not only is whey protein healthy, but it can be a convenient on-the-go meal replacement when your schedule gets busy. Mix up a chocolate or vanilla shake after a good workout and head to your next stop without missing a beat!

 

ProGlow Vegan Strong 100% Pure Pea Protein

Vegan Protein Powder

Made by isolating the protein from North American grown yellow peas, ProGlow Vegan Strong is a vegan formulated protein blend that brings the muscle-building results of whey protein, minus the dairy.

Pea protein powder is a high-quality protein, with an amino acid profile that helps build lean muscle when paired with resistance training. It is also rich in iron and arginine. Pea protein is easily digested and works well with a variety of diets.

Free from GMOs and soy, Vegan Strong helps build healthy muscle and keeps you full and focused between workouts.

 

ProGlow Strong & Youthful 100% Bovine Collagen Protein

ProGlow Strong and Youthful Protein Powder

What do you get when you blend a high protein collagen with collagen-specific amino acids? The perfect recipe for a strong, glowing disposition. ProGlow Strong & Youthful helps you glow from the inside out with pure, highly-concentrated protein from non-GMO, grass-fed beef and critical vitamins and minerals.

As a vital component of our skin, boosting your collagen intake can support smoother skin and a glowing complexion. More importantly, collagen improves skin elasticity and joint resistance to reduce the risk of injury. Keep your body moving, glowing and protected with ProGlow Strong & Youthful.

 

Lean Protein in Nature

Protein-packed foods

While ProFunction and ProGlow powders are excellent supplements to your daily routine, it’s important to find clean sources of protein to incorporate into your meals.

Luckily, no matter your diet, there are plenty of lean, protein-packed foods to choose from!

Meats

  • Skinless White Meat Poultry: Skip dark meat cuts and opt for poultry wings, breasts and tenderloins for the leanest meat. A 3.5 ounce serving of cooked chicken or turkey packs around 30 grams of protein. To cut back on fat, skip eating the skin. Skin can add more than double the fat to a serving of poultry compared to one without it.

  • Pork Loin: The USDA’s definition of a lean pork cut means less than 10 grams of fat per 3.5 oz serving. Pork tenderloin, the leanest cut, has 143 calories and 26 grams of protein. To keep out the fat, trim off any fat around the edges before cooking and use low-fat cooking methods such as grilling or broiling. Lean pork is also an excellent source of several B vitamins, selenium and zinc.

Seafood

  • White Fleshed Fish: Fish like tilapia, flounder, halibut and cod are super lean and excellent sources of protein. Most white-fleshed fish clock in at under 3 grams of fat, 25 grams of protein and around 100 calories per 3.5 ounce cooked serving. Fish entrees are a great weekday meal option, as they cook quickly with minimal effort. Buy frozen fillets at the supermarket, place one in the refrigerator and it will be thawed and ready to cook by the evening!

  • Tuna: Perhaps the easiest seafood to grab on-the-go, tuna is exceptionally low in calories and fat, making it an almost pure-protein food. Three ounces of raw tuna has 20 grams of protein at only 92 calories. Along with a high protein content, it’s also a good source of B-vitamins, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. While tuna does contain some mercury, it is safe to consume once or twice a week.

Vegetables, Legumes, and More

  • Greens: Meat isn’t necessary for a protein-rich diet! Plenty of green veggies contain a sneaky amount of protein. For instance, spinach claims its fame as one of the most nutrient dense leafy green vegetables you can eat. Protein accounts for 30% of its calories and it contains all the essential amino acids. Similarly, asparagus boasts a high nutrient content with 2.9 grams of protein per cup and is an excellent source of vitamins. Load up on other green veggies like broccoli, kale, and Brussel sprouts to give your diet a dose of protein and a healthy boost of vitamins.

  • Beans & Legumes: Look to a variety of beans to add a punch of protein and fiber into your diet! They are excellent sources of dietary fiber, protein, B vitamins and many other important vitamins and minerals. While you can always stock up on garbanzo beans, black beans, pinto beans and even lentils, don’t forget about other overlooked options— like soybeans! Often enjoyed at your favorite sushi spot, most don’t recognize edamame as a convenient and protein-packed snack that can be enjoyed at home. Just one cup delivers a whopping 18 grams of protein. Along with plant protein, edamame is also rich in vitamins and minerals. Pick up a bag in the freezer section of the supermarket for a healthy snack that can be prepared in minutes.

  • Quinoa: According to the USDA nutrient database, one cup of cooked quinoa contains 8.14 grams of protein. This high-protein content makes it a great cholesterol-free and low-fat source of protein. Along with protein, a serving of quinoa also delivers a healthy dose of fiber, magnesium and iron.

  • Plain Greek Yogurt: When you reach the dairy section of the supermarket, skip the regular yogurt and instead reach for Greek yogurt, which can pack almost double the amount of protein. Keep the snack pure and lean by opting for low or non-fat yogurt varieties sans sweeteners. If you crave a little more flavor, add in fresh-cut fruit to a serving of plain Greek yogurt. 

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