Reese’s peanut butter shake for Weight Loss
At the end of this post there is a video on how to add “Reese’s Peanut butter” to your diet and still lose weight.
I’m going to give you quick yet effective guidelines to drinking protein shakes. There all Kinds of things you will hear to add and avoid while drinking your post workout shake. This may sound like an oxy moron but keep it simple while at the same time getting creative…
In a Post workout protein shake you want to keep it simple. So add only one other ingredient besides the protein powder. If you are on a weight loss journey like many of my clients are, you DO NOT want to add milk to your post workout shake…
Here are a few things you can add to your shake to get creative:
- Frozen Banana
- Greek Yogurt
- Coconut extract
Why should you drink a Post workout Shake If you are trying to lose weight?
After your workout, it’s one of the best times to add protein to your body. Almost instantly, the protein absorbed by your body can be delivered to your muscles, repairing the small muscle tears caused by intense training sessions. Ok, you read the kinda’ scientific reason why you should drink a post workout shake. Now let me explain the very simple reason why you should drink a protein shake when losing weight.
You want to gain Muscle. Period. Even if you just want to lose your stomach
The more muscles you add on to your body the quicker your fat loss goals will be met. I want to get something clear first, fat does not turn into muscles. The more muscle you add to your body, the more calories your body burn while being at work, sitting down or hanging out with your kids. That should make all the difference in the world why you should drink a protein shake after your workout.
Burn more calories while not working out! I think Yes.
Here is a video of my Reese’s peanut butter protein shake, Simple, Enjoy.