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Can Protein Shakes Help You Lose Weight?

One of the biggest lies that women believe is that protein supplements will bulk you up.


And I’ll tell you where this lie came from… 

You probably know one of those muscle-bound bodybuilder types that eat a lot of protein and drink a lot of protein shakes, right? 

The natural assumption is that protein = big and bulky. 

But have you noticed how lean these bodybuilders are? 

These guys are lean because they use protein to preserve their muscles as they burn off their fat. 


So Why Are Bodybuilders Bulky? (And Can Protein Make You Fat?)

It’s all in their workouts. Their large muscles and bulk come from the way they train and the massive weights they lift, specifically with one goal in mind: to add on big muscles. 

So unless you plan to lift super heavyweights twice a day with the goal to pack on bulk...

And unless you eat tons of calories like they do to pack on bulk…

And unless you use steroids like some do to pack on bulk…

It’s IMPOSSIBLE for YOU to get bulky using protein supplements. 

In fact, if you exercise regularly, eat low fat and moderate carb diet while supplementing with a high-quality protein drink, you will actually BURN OFF more fat as you maintain your lean, shapely muscles. 

Now that we have they cleared that assumption out of the way let’s break down everything you need to know about protein shakes.


What’s A Protein Shake?

Protein shakes are a convenient way to boost your protein intake.

You can make one by simply mixing protein powder with water (along with other ingredients).

Protein shakes can help you if you want to...

  • Boost your metabolism
  • Build lean muscles
  • Speed up muscle recovery
One of the best types of proteins you can have to achieve all 3 things is Whey Protein.
What Is Whey Protein?

Whey protein is a mixture of proteins found in cheese. 

The whey is usually mixed together with flavoring and then sold as a powder. To make shakes or to fill other foods like bars and snacks.


How Much Whey Protein Per Day Is Safe?

Whey protein is safe for most people with no side effects. It is widely accepted to take in about 1gram of protein per pound of desired body weight.

So if you currently weigh 160 pounds and your goal is to lose 20 pounds you should take in about 120 grams of protein per day. 

Protein shakes are a great way to get in the necessary protein without having to spend your whole day chewing. 


Yes, You Can Make Weight Loss Shakes From Whey Protein!

Protein can decrease hunger and appetite in two main ways.

1. It can put your hunger hormone, ghrelin, to "sleep," which can reduce your appetite.

2. You can feel fuller longer.

A University of Missouri studied 27 men who were overweight or obese and increased their protein consumption by 25%. 

This 25% protein boost cut cravings by 60%... and... late-night snacking by half! 

Imagine what your body would be like if you could cut your cravings and late-night snacking by more than half.

How much weight do you think you'll lose?

So if you want to feel fuller longer, put your hunger hormone to "sleep,” and lose body fat, have more protein, like Trulean’s Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder.

What is Trulean's Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder?

Trulean's Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder is a signature blend of high-quality all-natural ingredients mixed together with 100% Grass Fed Pure Protein. 

This decadent flavor tastes like dessert but with only 100 calories per serving.

That means drinking these won’t sabotage your fitness goals. 

Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder is easily digestible, great-tasting, and has all the essential nutrients to support muscle building and a healthy metabolism.

Why Does It Have 100% Grass-Fed Isolate Whey Protein Inside Each Scoop?

Each serving of our Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder has 24 grams of 100% grass-fed Isolate Whey Protein.

Why? Because it’s designed to keep you on track with your fitness and fat loss goals.

Studies continue to come out that prove how vitally important protein is for health and healthy weight management. 

Unfortunately, MOST people do not get the minimum recommended protein in their diet. 

This shows up in a low, broken metabolism, low energy, unhealthy cravings, and low muscle mass. 

The truth is that muscle is the organ of vitality, and the healthier your muscle tissue, the healthier your overall body is. 

The truth is that lifting weights and supporting your diet with two protein shakes a day, as a minimum, is one of the most effective ways to begin burning off unwanted body fat.

And it’s a natural way to increase your metabolism so that you can eat more of what you love... while living in a toned, energetic body. 

Where Can I Purchase Grass Fed Whey Protein Powder?
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