I have this for breakfast at least 2 times a week and use it as my post workout shake on feast days where I work legs or have two kettlebell classes back to back.
Dried spirulina contains about 60% (51–71%) protein. It is a complete protein containing all essential amino acids, though with reduced amounts of methionine, cysteine, and lysine when compared to the proteins of meat, eggs, and milk. It is, however, superior to typical plant protein, such as that from legumes.
Imagine a plant that can nourish your body by providing most of the protein you need to live, help prevent the annoying sniffling and sneezing of allergies, reinforce your immune system, help you control high blood pressure and cholesterol, and help protect you from cancer. Does such a “super food” exist?
Yes. It’s called spirulina.
1 cup SPINACH
1 cup KALE
1/4 BANANA (optional especially on Low Carb Days)
30G SCOOP RAW VEGAN VANILLA PROTEIN POWDER
1 TABLESPOON OF NUT BUTTER
1 tsp SPIRULINA
1 tbsp CHIA SEEDS/FLAXSEEDS
1 tsp COCONUT OIL
200ML ALMOND MILK
SPRINKLE OF NUTMEG
1) process all the ingredients in a powerful blender. If using a nutribullet place the leaves in first then denser items second, to blend
BLEND WITH ICE
DRINK WITH STRAW FOR FUN!
PROTEIN:38G CARBS 31G FATS 19G
[This macro breakdown is using The Protein Works Raw Vegan protein powder in Vanilla Cream/Birthday Cake and both chia and flaxseeds . Remember, to remove the banana during Low Carb Days. You can add the Super Greens Powder from Protein Works which also contains spirulina. I get both my spirulina and Super Greens from the Protein Works here]
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