A Complete Guide to Protein Shakes

When I talk about Shakes here I'm talking weightloss shakes, protein shakes, meal replacement shakes and smoothies. I'm also here to educate you on how these can be amazing tools and helpful additions to your daily life to reach your goals. Let's get started by asking: "So, are all shakes created equal?" The answer is NO. Now I am not here to diss or dismiss any other brands, makes or types. I'm simply going to point out the features and benefits of the shakes on the market and highlight some ingredients in both positive and negative ways for you to make a more informed choice. Then I will give my recommendation based on nearly 20 years of working with nutrition and women's health. And in being 100% upfront and honest, I am an affiliate or ambassador for some of these brands and earn a small amount from them,  but only because I ask to be- I sought them out-  based on my research and experience so I am not reserved in my recommendations! I truly believe I have found you the best and most cost effective. I see shakes falling into 3 categories:   1. Protein Shakes (for Pre workout...
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Black Forest Gateau Anytime Smoothie

So, my goddesses have been looking for a sexy and yummy way to make their smoothie’s something to look forward to and this recipe will deliver on both taste and health benefits… Enjoy this smoothie post workout, before bed, at breakfast or heck, just about anytime of day! Dark cherries are great for moontime issues as they are known to help you sleep and stay asleep which can make this time of month easier. Cherries, which are members of the same fruit family as peaches, plums, apricots, and almonds, are often regarded as a “dessert” fruit for use in pies, or perhaps as a garnish for cocktails (the maraschino cherry). But cherries have a healthy side too, one that may actually offer therapeutic benefits to your health, as cherries are rich in antioxidants and many other health-promoting compounds. There are two primary varieties of cherries you should know about: sweet and tart (also known as sour cherries). Sweet cherries, such as Bing cherries, are best eaten fresh (and raw), while sour cherries develop a fuller flavor when they’re used in cooking (which is why they’re often used for baking). Tart cherries are also used to make juice concentrates that may…

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