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Berry Protein and Flaxseed Shakes 

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Description:
Some of the following recipes call for a blender, but if you do not have access to one, these shakes can be made ahead of time and kept in the fridge. Very important note:

Protein and flaxseed must not be added until time of consumption = blend first and then add protein ,oil last. If this is not an option, please choose recipes that do not call for a blender.

For each shake recipe that requires you to add a fat source, it will read add fat source. Please use one of the following - you choose - one egg yolk, 1 tbsp. coconut oil, 1 tbsp. ground flaxseeds or flaxseed oil or an essential oil blend (I.e. Omega Nutrition, Udo's Oil, etc.).


Ingredients:
Shake A Berry
high alpha whey isolate 1 serving
Yogurt, plain, full fat ¼ cup
Berry blend, frozen or fresh ¾ cup
Water 1-½ cups

*If using frozen berries, either use less berries or more water.


Directions:
Rhu-berry Shake
high alpha whey isolate 1 serving
Fat source,
Strawberries ½ cup
Water 1 cup
Rhubarb ½ cup

Directions: Place yogurt, strawberries, rhubarb and water in blender. Blend well. Add protein and flaxseeds and blend on low for additional 10 seconds.


Ras-Apple Fun

high alpha whey isolate 1 serving
Fat Source ,
Raspberries ¼ cup
Apple, small ½
Water 1 cup

Directions: Core apple. In blender, combine raspberries, apple and water. Blend well. Add protein and egg yolk and blend for additional 10 seconds on low.


Shaken Apple

high alpha whey isolate 1 serving
Fat Source
Apple, medium 1

Directions: In shaker cup mix protein with water and flaxseed oil. Enjoy apple separately.



Berry Orange

high alpha whey isolate 1 serving
Fat Source
Orange, medium ½
Strawberries ½ cup
Water 1 cup

Directions: Place strawberries, orange and water in blender. Blend well. Add protein and flaxseeds then blend an additional 10 seconds on low.


Notes: *All shaker cup recipes require that you fill the shaker cup with water to the allotted line.


Special Diet: Gluten Free, Low Fat, High Protein, Low Calorie, High Omega Fats, Diabetic - Low Carb


Category: Breakfast

Submitted By: OK In Health E-Magazine



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