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WorkIt Wednesday : EAS Complete Protein!

Hey Neighbors!

How is everyone doing today?  We are doing great!  Sorry this is a little late, but we are in the midst of moving everything around in the new living room, study, and bedroom so that a friend could put the linoleum down on the floor (it looks REALLY nice!).  Today I want to take a couple of minutes to tell you about this new protein powder I was able to try!  Introducing...


I received four tubs of the EAS Complete Protein Nutrition Shake Mix (in the Chocolate flavor)!  There are several of us in the family that enjoy protein shakes, so we were all pretty excited when they arrived.  



First, let me tell you a little bit about them... "Every serving of EAS Complete Protein combines 25 grams of high-quality protein with vitamins and nutrients to support a healthy, active lifestyle. The powder helps build and nourish lean muscles — and unlike typical powders, delivers calcium for bone health, fiber for digestive health, antioxidants for immune support (Vitamins C, E and Selenium) and seven B vitamins for energy metabolism."



After we had had our delicious protein shakes a couple of times, we decided that we would only do half a serving/one scoop, as the recommended two scoops per serving just made it a little too thick for our preference.   I love to have mine for breakfast -- quick and easy to make, and yet makes sure I get the necessary nutrients to start my day!


The taste is, as I said earlier, quite delicious.  We have decided that it tastes like hot cocoa (except it is in fact cold, not hot), so even the pickiest eater/drinker enjoy these.  In one serving (if you do the two scoops of mix) you get 25g of protein (yes, I said 25g... in just 1 drink!), 7 B vitamins for energy metabolism, calcium, fiber, and so much more!  



So, if you are interested in the EAS Complete Protein Shake Mixes (available in both chocolate and vanilla), go check out the Abbott Nutrition Store and see what they have.  You can also Like EAS on Facebook, and Follow them on Twitter to stay up-to-date with their latest news, promos, etc.  

  I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive product for review purposes only.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.  All text in red is taken from the sponsor's website.  

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