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Protein powder… as a meal?! Okay, we know what you’re thinking but hear us out.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that the average woman should consume about 46 grams of protein per day. But in between the hustle and grind of running our businesses, our households and our relationships, who can find the time? That’s where protein powder comes in.
Mixing it into a shake or smoothie can help you hit your protein goals quickly and conveniently. If you’re looking meals for meals that are a little more filling, you can even add some into your pancake batter, soups or oatmeal to turn your meals into a high-protein delight.
However, not all protein powders are created equal. Whether you want to get healthy or lose weight (they’re not always the same thing), just know that some protein powders work for some and don’t work for others. We’ve included a few to get you started if you aren’t sure which ones to choose.