What breakfasts would be suitable for Ignite?

  • The DailyBurn Fuel is a little out of my price range at the moment.

    AllyZimm   by: AllyZimm
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    betazoid  7 months ago by: betazoid

    Go to your local natural foods market, the "natural/organic section" of your regular grocery store, or shop on Amazon.com and look for a suitable substitute. $65 is a bit steep for my liking as well, but you can find other brands of protein powder that meet Daily Burn's recommendations (or come close), cost far less, and don't contain stevia or sucralose (both of which have a bitter aftertaste to me).

    Suggestions: Try MLO Natural brand Brown Rice Protein Powder or JUVO Raw Green Protein Powder

    MLO Natural PROS & CONS:
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    PROS: Vegan, soy-free, gluten-free, stevia-free, and generally very affordable at $12 - $20 per 24 oz, can.

    CONS: Only 15 g. of protein per serving rather than the recommended 20, it doesn't come in any flavors, and it contains brown rice syrup so there's a tiny bit of sugar (2g/serving), but not any more than I have found in any other brand, so I wouldn't stress over it.
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    JUVO Raw Green Protein PROS & CONS:
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    PROS: Vegan, soy-free, gluten-free, stevia-free, Kosher, Raw, Organic, tons of antioxidants, and 23 g. of protein!

    CONS: It costs more than the MLO -- ~$35 for 17 oz., and I haven't tried it yet so I can't vouch for the taste and texture, but I'm sure it's fine. (I'm assuming that most of us don't consume these things for the taste anyway. ;-D )

    • AllyZimm
      AllyZimm 7 months ago

      Thank you so much! Extremely helpful! :)

    • betazoid
      betazoid 7 months ago

      You're very welcome -- happy to help!

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