If you’re tired of using the same old protein powder, how about adding protein crunch to your protein routine? Mix these ProMix Protein Crunchies into your cereal, smoothie bowl, yogurt, or shake for a boost of energy with a festive crunch sensation. It’s fun, sure—but best of all, you’ll see better bodybuilding and weight loss results.
ProMix Whey Isolate Protein Puffs ($20 at Amazon) are BB-sized protein crunchies that add texture and a fun mouth-feel sensation to your favorite pre-and post-workout protein fix. They contain 10g (80 percent) protein, along with 0g of sugar and only 50 calories per serving.
Many Amazon reviewers liken them to crunching on Rice Krispies, calling them a tactile, playful method of getting their protein boost and a great change-up to their typical protein routine.
What Are Protein Crunchies Made Of?
Even better, Protein Puffs are chock-full of naturally occurring glutathione, immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, and IGF-1. In fact, the 180mg of glutathione, an antioxidant that plays a vital role in fighting stress associated with aging, is more than almost any other whey powder on the market.
For a powder that dissolves more fully, ProMix includes 0.75 percent sunflower lecithin. Sunflower lecithin has been studied for its high levels of phosphatidyl choline (PC), the most important phospholipid in the cell membrane, responsible for synaptic function and cellular signaling.
Still not convinced? The pure, natural, and nutrient rich whey protein in ProMix Crunchies comes from 100 percent purely grass-fed cows. And it’s free: meaning, it’s corn-free, soy-free, gluten-free, and hormone-free. ProMix whey isolate protein is always non-GMO for a dairy-free, vegan, and paleo-friendly protein supplement.
All ProMix supplements are third-party tested to ensure potency and purity. Mechanical, not chemical, processing in GMP-certified production and packaging facilities ensures it has no bleaching, additives, enzymes, or hexane.
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