Protein Powders, Smoothies and Shakes (Q&A #15)

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Protein Powders Revisited

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Dear Nutrition Geniuses,

Maybe an idea for a future podcast as this is soooo deceptive & touts shakes using soy protein as being very healthy for you-YUCK! Better off making our own using high quality ingredients fresh fruits, veges, flax, chia, nut or sun utters, etc….welcome your input.

-Shari A

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Show Notes

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Comments (2)

  1. Kerri aka "give me all da iron gainzz son"

    Yo whaddupppp Sassy and Pearl. SO you guys totally rock- mind blowing style. I am obsessed with listening to your podcast any second I can get, especially on my runs! I learn roughly 20 new facts in the first 5 seconds of any episode. No, but seriously you are both geniuses. I feel 10x more intelligent after each episode I listen to. Okay so, I was diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia a few months ago. I am an avid runner and I also have a variation of female athlete triad. My doctor prescribed me with iron supplements 2x day for 3 months until I get my bloodwork taken again. I feel SO much better, more energy, stronger, and I can get through my workout without feeling lightheaded and weak. I also JERF 85-90% of the time so that is enhancing my life as well (thanks!). My question to you guys is, what do you recommend I include in my diet on a daily basis and weekly basis to ensure my iron intake is sufficient (hopefully sufficient enough to come off a supplement)?? Thanks for keeping it real and helping us all prevent atherosclerosis!

    1. TeamNutritionGenius (Post author)

      Great question, we will add it to our list to address on the Q&A show! Thanks so much for the positive feedback 🙂

      JERF-ing will definitely help you beat this! Beef, pork, chicken, poultry, clams, oysters, shrimp, beans, and dark leafy greens are some of the best sources. Vitamin C also helps to increase the absorption of iron so make sure to eat some broccoli with your steak for a one-two punch!


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