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Protein Crispies are light, whey isolate crisp balls approximately 3-4mm in diameter.
Protein Crispies are a high protein food (50%) that can contribute to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass. They can be added to breakfast cereals or home baking to increase protein content and add extra crisp to cooking.
Protein Crispies are commonly used by those looking to increase the protein content of their cooking or supplement their normal diet with extra protein.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
This can be taken as a dietary supplement to various foods, simply add to your food, mix and consume immediately. 1 x level MP Plastic Scoop (large) weighs approximately 10g.
Whey protein isolate, rice flour, soy lecithin (emulsifier).
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My protein supplements are best and genuine. Consumimg a rich protein deit helps in muscle mass.Popular belief is that in order to build muscle you must consume up to 1.0g of protein per pound of bodyweight. That might seem high to some of you, and for others it might seem too low. So, how much protein should you eat per day to build muscle? Really, it depends. Research shows that the average trainee looking to build muscle can benefit from getting between 0.6g to 1.1g of protein per pound of bodyweight. The exact amount that’s right for you will depend on your goals, genetics, and the rest of your diet, but aiming to hit between those targets should be sufficient for most people. For example, a relatively fit 180lb man should aim to consume between 108g and 198g of protein daily for muscle gain. If you are overweight and trying to reduce your body fat, I recommend that you aim to consume your target bodyweight in grams of protein. For instance, if a 225lb man wants to reduce his bodyweight to 180lbs through proper training and nutrition, he should consume a base of 180g of protein per day. At the same time, lowering your carbohydrate and fat intake is extremely important as well! On the other hand, if you are trying to gain weight, it might not be a bad idea to eat a few extra grams of protein (along with fats and carbohydrates) to get your calories up.You may have heard that consuming extra protein is a waste, and that your body stores as fat or excretes what it doesn’t use, but I beg to differ. Although this is partially true, if you are trying to put on size and weight, you need to consume extra calories, so now is not the time to nitpick nutrients – just eat!
Really crispy, slight vanilla taste. I got the sample size and will definitely order again. Really nice with cereal.Goes Well With:Protein wheetabix
Just added these on to my basket to get up to the free delivery and I'm surprised by how good they were. I mean they are completely flavourless and I wouldn't have them on their own but I added a scoop to my cereal and really liked them. The crunch was great and I will start adding these to my cereal everyday. Not sure about effectiveness or anything but I trust the nutritional info and I really need to up my protein intake. I have been looking for something like this for a while and I've tried all the protein cereals/porridges out there but they're usually too pricey, not very good or they lie about how much protein they have("*with semi-skimmed milk")... Just adding these to whatever cereal seems like a much better solution. Goes Well With:Cereal
It's such a treat to be able to enjoy this product as I would enjoy cereal. Just dump some milk and stevia, a dash of vanilla on there, and you have yourself a sweet, crunchy treat that's light on the carbs. I love this, got a sample and chased it with a 1.5Kg bag. No regrets :) Goes Well With:Milk, with a brownie, in a muffin.
Despite my last review they are a really good way to start the day .I have mine with rudehealth puffed oats, hemp milk and cinnamon. If you forget about them for ten or so minutes they triple in size and absorb all of the milk! Does myprotein know when they're going to restock because I am waiting for the chocolate flavour to come back in again.Goes Well With:Pancakes,arla yeogurt,on its own etc
Easy way to increase protein intake with breakfast. Taste is okay, even if is a little cardboardy
Great supplement to your regular cereal. The taste is quite bland/neutral, so i recommend mixing it with other cereal.Goes Well With:muesli, oats