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Paleo protein powder

Answered on July 18, 2017
Created February 23, 2015 at 1:38 PM

I'm trying to lose about 10 lbs on paleo. I don't crossfit, just work out regularly and am a 125 lb female. I'm not eating as much meat as I should so I like to make protein shakes in the am. Has anyone used protein powders that are paleo? Any suggestions?

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on July 18, 2017
at 03:04 PM

We recently started selling a Paleo-friendly line of protein called PaleoPro. The protein comes from grass fed beef and eggs. It is quite tasty and only has five ingredients – all are easily recognizable. Check it out here!

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on February 25, 2015
at 09:58 PM

Uh, one caveat, gelatin is great for helping build joint and skin tissues.  It will do nearly NOTHING for muscle gain, if that's what you're after.

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on February 25, 2015
at 11:27 PM

for losing fat gelatin is good. 

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on February 25, 2015
at 10:11 PM

I'm a 5.2 125 pound girl-pretty petite. Just trying to tone up and lose 10 lbs.

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on February 25, 2015
at 08:25 PM

The Perfect Hydrolyzed Collagen is really a great protein source – and it makes you feel full. It is virtually tasteless, so you can sdd some to tea or any beverage and not even notice a difference in flavor. I add it to my morning smoothie every day. It is super clean – it comes from grass-fed, pasture-raised brazilizn cattle. For more information or to buy it, visit us here at NourishingWorld.com.

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on February 24, 2015
at 03:21 PM

There is one protein powder that will help you. Use gelatin. It will balance your proteins and protect your gut, skin and liver. Great Lakes grass fed gelatin is what I use. 

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on February 24, 2015
at 11:50 AM

The trouble with protein powder is that if you're trying to lose weight, it will do the opposite.  The purpose of milk, where whey powders come from, is to build a large mammal from a small one, and as such they are highly insulogenic. This is of course worse if they are sweetened, and can be quite toxic if they are sweetened with artificial sweeteners.

 

You are indeed better off with eating meat, or eggs instead if you're trying to burn off fat.

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