Who Should Use Protein Powder and Why

Who Should Use Protein Powder and Why

Mommin’ ain’t easy.  It is the busiest, most demanding job on the planet.  It’s helping with homework, driving to ballet, scrubbing dishes, calming tantrums, wiping butts and that’s just in one hour.  Have you ever daydreamed of cloning yourself or maybe wished there were 36 hours in a day just to get everything accomplished?  We are pulled in so many directions and spread pretty thin. 

Since you cannot clone yourself or create more hours in a day, what can be done to streamline life so that you have true MOMSANITY?  We don’t have all the answers, but we do have ONE that can change your days dramatically for the better!


Wait, what?  You mean the stuff for bodybuilders and gym rats?!  Nope.  It’s for moms.  Moms who love coffee, ponytails, workout pants, and peeing with the door closed.  Awesome moms like YOU! 


 Protein powder is just that. It is created by extracting the protein component of the food into a convenient powder that you can take anywhere.  Protein powder is the lowest-calorie way to get your protein.  There’s not much fat or carbohydrates, so the calories come from protein.   That means you can get more out of protein powder than a piece of chicken or a burger. 



  •  Builds muscle
  • Boosts your metabolism
  • Assists workout recovery
  • Helps your immune system
  • Keeps you fuller longer
  • Provides nutrients 


  • People who are busy.
  • People who want the convenience of pizza delivery without the gross aftermath.
  • People who want to be healthy.
  • People who like tasty meals.
  • People who don’t feel like cooking.
  • People who are on-the-go and feel like a taxi driver.
  • People who want fat loss.
  • People who dread meal prepping.
  • People who get hungry.
  • People who want the entire family to eat the same meal.
  • People who want to be strong.
  • People who need an energy boost.

 And get this:  

“Women may actually benefit more from protein powder than men do,” says certified strength and conditioning specialist Marie Spano, R.D. “Men who are involved in a general fitness program typically have enough protein in their diet, whereas many women fall short. Protein powder can help fill in the gaps.”




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