Start Those Resolutions Off Right with Designer Whey

The following post is sponsored by Fitfluential LLC on behalf of Designer Whey.

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With the New Year fast approaching, many are hopping all aboard and full-speed ahead on the New Year’s Resolution bandwagon. While I am all for the whole “new year, new you’ mentality, I do also believe that we should strive to be on top of our health and fitness game year-round. This post is all about a new-to-me but still awesome supplement company, Designer Whey, and how you can incorporate their products into your new, healthier lifestyle, making those resolution dreams a reality.

Eat Less Junk

In this world of busy lifestyles and easily accessible and unhealthy choices aplenty, it’s tough for a healthy-eater to catch a break. Enter the ubiquitous protein bar, that doesn’t taste like cardboard! Designer Whey’s protein bars may pack a modest amount of calories (160, in case you were wondering), but they also pack a solid ratio of carboydrates, protein, and fat to keep you satisfied when stopping for a meal or hitting the vending machine aren’t options. My favorite is the Peanut Butter Crunch bar, which tricks my brain into thinking treat, and does my body good.

Get More Protein

We all know that protein is one of the essential macronutrients, crucial for promoting feelings of satiety and building that ever-coveted muscle mass. However, it isn’t always easy to get enough of the good stuff when constantly running right round all day. Designer Whey’s Protein2Go boasts 10G of protein, all in a 50 calories stick. Pop one into your bag and pour it into your water for not only some quality protein, but also vitamins, antioxidants, and electrolytes. A win-win for the taste buds too, especially in Mixed Berry.

Lose Weight

While losing weight can be a numbers game more often than not, it’s important to stay mindful of the quality of calories that you consume. While protein shakes can be a great treat to keep you on track and keep your sweet tooth at bay, many powder supplements are loaded up with more sugar and fat than you need. Enter Fit & Trim, which boasts 15 g of protein, 5 grams of tummy-filling fiber, and a measly 2 g of sugar. All in all, one of the best things to reach for when in need of a protein fix.

Start 2014 off on the right foot, with a little bit of help from Designer Whey’s lineup.

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