Foxy Frangipani
Shaklee Says:
This low-fat, non-GMO (non-genetically modified organism) biologically complete protein contains all nine essential amino acids. It's ideal for the entire family, giving you 14 grams of heart-healthy soy protein per serving* 

More than a healthy snack alternative, Energizing Soy Protein is a delicious way to fuel your body with high-quality, heart-healthy soy protein.* Hour after hour, it offers a measurable energy lift.

The highest quality plant-based protein available, Energizing Soy Protein is a biologically complete protein source that's:
    Naturally low in fat
    Cholesterol free
    Replete with all essential amino acids.

As part of a healthy diet:*
    Helps build muscle, skin, and hormones
    Supports the immune system
    Retains normal cholesterol levels
    Promotes heart and prostate health.
    Contains soy isoflavones, which can help minimize hot flashes and promote breast health.

Mix 3 tablespoons of Shaklee Energizing Soy Protein with a glass of milk, juice, water, or your favorite beverage. Optional: add fruit and blend.

Foxy Frangipani Says:
The Husband is a firm believer that taking protein drink contributes to his flawless skin. And has introduced this to me since we first met. I was, however a little skeptical. Aren't protein drinks meant for body builders? Heheh..

Anyway, no harm trying... and I've gone through tubs of this.
I take this in the morning with just plain water (one documentary says it is not advisable to take protein at night). Its a little sweet as it is,  so there is no need to add honey, milk what so ever.

My skin does look better, and generally I feel good. Less likely to get hunger pangs too. Else I'd be gobbling junks all the time.

I'm not sure if I'll keep taking this - at times after drinking this I get a lil dizzy. And I have no idea why.

I have since found another protein drink that doesn't make me dizzy.. but at times I'll alternate between these two (this is more expensive - I forgot how much as The Husband usually get this from his relative). A few brownie points for being non-GMO.

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