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    Rise Bar Non-GMO, Gluten Free, Soy Free, Real Whole Food, Whey Protein Bar (16g), No Added Sugar, Cacao Banana High Protein Bar with Fiber, Potassium, Natural Vitamins & Nutrients 2.1oz, (12 Count)
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    Divine Foods, Inc.


    List Price: $22.99
    Price: $22.99


    • NUTRIENT RICH SNACK BAR- Our bars make a great macro snack because they are high in protein, with fiber, potassium and naturally occurring vitamins & minerals. Rise Bars only include the essential real food ingredients you need. No junk or cheap fillers you don't.
    • 16g WHEY PROTEIN PER BAR- A great high-quality health snack made from real, whole food ingredients. Rise Bar exclusively uses pure Whey Protein Isolate which is easier to digest, virtually Fat Free, Lactose Free and Low Carb.
    • SMALL BATCH, ARTISANLLY CRAFTED- Every Rise Protein Bar is mixed and packed in small batches daily in our very own California Kitchen. We use All-Natural, Non-GMO ingredients that create slight variations between bars so that each bite is a new, delicious experience.
    • FAVORITE PROTEIN BAR TO MILLIONS- Eat this high protein bar for a pre-workout energy boost, post workout performance recovery, afternoon snack, or a meal replacement when you're on the go.
    • CLEAN, LIMITED INGREDIENT PROTEIN BARS- Only 5 Ingredients: Almonds, Honey, Whey Protein Isolate, Organic Cacao, Organic Banana Extract

    Standard Process - SP Complete Dairy Free - Whole Food Nutritional Supplement, Protein, Calcium, Antioxidant Activity, Supports Intestinal, Muscular, Immune System, Gluten Free, Vegetarian - 32 oz.
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    Standard Process


    List Price: $81.60
    Price: $81.60


    • Rice protein provides a non-dairy source of amino acids
    • Supports the body's normal toxin-elimination function
    • Provides antioxidant activity
    • Supports intestinal, muscular, and immune system health
    • Trained healthcare professionals have the skills and education to provide comprehensive nutrition therapy and informed treatment. Use the Standard Process website to locate a provider near you.
    • Supports healthy liver function

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Why One Nutritionist Says the Added-Protein Foods Trend Has Gotten Out of Control

Here are my tips on the healthier protein-added foods to consider adding to your diet and the ones you'll want to skip.

When is adding protein to foods a good thing?

Like I said, a protein chip is still a chip. But including protein in healthier staples such as whole-grain bread and pasta can help make balancing a meal easier. (Learn more about how to balance your meals with the right amount of healthy fats, carbs, and protein —plus some meal prep tips to make that happen.)

As with choosing any food or recipe, look at the bigger picture—ingredients, macros, vitamins, fiber, etc. Is your dish heavy on the carbs without much protein? Is it missing a healthy fat to help you absorb all the other good stuff ? Expanding this further, does your diet need a boost of protein in general? In that case, adding some healthier protein-added items into your eating routine could be helpful. If you're already loading up on peanut butter before the gym and chugging protein shakes after, then probably not.

Why does my upper back hurt when I drink whole foods whey protein?

I bought a canister of whole foods 365 chocolate whey protein and I've drank it 3 or 4 times. Twice I get pain in the middle of my upper back. Could it be the time of day I'm drinking it? Or maybe I am drinking too much? I just use one scoop with a cup


It could be indigestion. I would alternate the time of the day that you drink it, if I was you. If it is a harsh pain, then maybe you should get it checked out.

I really need some help! Why am I not losing weight on my Whey Protein diet?

Hey everyone!
I would be so grateful if you all could kindly give me some advice on why I’m not losing but gaining weight on this new diet.
I'm in some serious trouble here with my Whey Protein diet.
A client of mine is a pediatrician.


I can tell you exactly why you're gaining weight.

Look at your caloric total for the day: 1000. That is putting your body in starvation mode. Anything below 1200 calories a day makes your body think that it is in a fight or flight situation


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I can tell you exactly why you're gaining weight.

Look at your caloric total for the day: 1000. That is putting your body in starvation mode. Anything below 1200 calories a day makes your body think that it is in a fight or flight situation