The #1 Website To Buy Your Protein Online Period.

Currently I have noticed an increase in price for powder protein, specifically concentrated whey protein. Since protein is a large part of my diet and most athlete’s, I learned that I had an expensive challenge on my hands. Meat which is the number one source I eat for my protein source, was time-consuming to make all the time and i needed to finally invest in a supplement.

That being said, I took my time researching all the best sites online like, and others. The cost of protein I noticed was sometimes up to $100 for a five-pound tub of the stuff, which I would probably go through in a couple of short months or even weeks! I needed a better more cost-effective solution.

Through my searching I eventually ran into this very simple website suddenly out of nowhere, and to my surprise the cost of the protein was affordable and they had many flavours. The site which is Canadian, a very simple website with a large assortment of various protein powder supplements. At last!

To my amazement, I found a tub of 5lbs of protein for just $39.99 Canadian dollars! This is best deal I have found in ages for protein, and so for just over a hundred dollars (which includes free shipping), I purchased 12lbs of protein in various flavours. I purchases the Vanilla, Chocolate, and Chocolate Peanut Butter which are all fantastic.

The flavours so far have been terrific, so I will definitely be stocking up on this protein again in the future. The packaging is simple and not fancy, I guess that’s why they sell it at a low price.

So please, save yourself the stress and save your money and go use these guys before they hike up their prices ASAP!

23 before 24: Chocolate Peanut Butter Baked Bananas

Originally posted on 23 before 24:

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I’ve been hardcore craving PB&J sandwiches lately. Back in the day I used to make so many peanut butter sandwich varieties, like peanut butter and banana; peanut butter, jelly, and banana; peanut butter, banana, and melted chocolate; and the ultimate sandwich, peanut butter, jelly, banana, and melted chocolate. OMGosh, I’ll stop, this is making me hungry.

Moving on, as much as I’d like to make a PB&J sandwich, I’ve been neglecting to buy bread for the past couple of months and trying to get my whole grains elsewhere. So when I saw this post on Chalk White Arrow, I knew I had to have it in my mouth ASAP.

Here is the original post with the recipe, however I just found another yummy version here.

If you like lots of pictures like myself, here are the steps picture by picture.

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One banana, a tablespoon of PB and small handful…

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Sweet Potato Hummus

Originally posted on Nutrition Awareness:

Hummus is all the rage– and we all know why. Its deeeelicious. On sandwiches, on wraps, on crackers, as a veggie dip, with warm pita and on and on. Have you ever made your own? I had never thought to and always bought Sabra or whatever was on sale at the time, until my friend Lucette brought her momma’s famous traditional hummus to work one day. Holy crap, I was definitely missing out. I’ve still never got mine to taste that good, but I’m always experimenting with new ways to make hummus. This is my latest version, made with sweet potatoes, white beans and a little parmesan cheese. It’s super easy, makes for a creative appetizer or party dish and comes together with the wave of the hand (or the push of a food processor button).

I saved the skins and roasted them to make chips! I saved the skins and roasted them to make chips!

Sweet Potato Hummus

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The Cheapest, Easiest, Healthiest Meal I Know


Very fast and high protein snack!

Originally posted on andy9279:

This is something I’ve been eating for about a year and a half. I discovered it when I got back into working out, and I’ve been eating it ever since.

1.5 cups of skim milk
1 cup of oats
2 tbsp of natural peanut butter
1 frozen banana

Blend on high for 30-60 seconds. I recommend putting in the milk, then the oats, followed by the peanut butter and banana. Break the banana into 4-5 chunks to help it blend faster. You want to put the oats in before the peanut butter so it has a “bed” to lay on, otherwise it will stick to the sides of the blender more and it will need to be cleaned more often. I like a little extra oats included. I’d recommend drinking a glass of water with or after it to stay hydrated, just like you would with any meal. As I…

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Italian-style stuffed green peppers

Originally posted on Of Pots and Pens:

pepThe apartment is a mess right now.

We move in less than two months and I’ve been collecting boxes here and there and putting things in them when I feel like it and those get stacked in the corner. Then there’s a tree in the living room and Christmas gifts piled up in random places.

And did I mention the wedding stuff? Oh, the wedding stuff. It’s already taped up in boxes, but I know I’ll get more before the big exodus from York City.

To make it easy, I made these peppers for Will.

I actually am not a fan of stuffed peppers. I like peppers, but in small quantities. Like a bit of flavor in an omelet or a casserole.

But I make these for him because that’s love.

Recipe for Italian-style stuffed peppers

  • 4 green bell peppers
  • 1 pound of ground beef
  • 1/2 pound of ground pork

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Day 23 weight loss challenge

Originally posted on Braids and Lemon Drizzle Cake:

Today I went out for dinner with my mummy friends

It was Christmas dinner so I have decided to count today as a cheat day.

I had a lot of stuff I shouldn’t have.

The good thing that did happen today is I finally fit into a dress that I bought in the summer that didn’t fit at the time but that I bought as a promise to myself that I will one day lose weight.  There are still a few inches to lose but it did feel good to be able to fit into it.

Here is what I had


Grenola and banana


Chicken, Broccoli and small portion of potatoes


Starter -Duck terrine small muffin

Main- Pan seared sea bass on a bed of spinach with potatoes

Snack-banana, half a tea cake with jam

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