Whey Protein & Coconut Water

This is a simple high satiety snack to boost your protein intake.  While whole foods are ideal, protein powder is a great way to boost your protein intake.  

The protein powder provides a boost of cheap bioavailable protein while the coconut water provides minerals and some sweetness to round out the taste.  

One scoop of protein will help get you through a spot of hunger when dieting while two scoops will go a long way to boosting your daily protein requirements and helping you recover from your workout.  


coconut water 400mL
protein powder 60g


Mix a scoop or two of protein powder in a cup or so of coconut water and enjoy.  


One 300 calorie serving of this recipe provides 50g of protein, 4 g of fat and 13g of net carbs.


The Cronometer screengrab below shows the nutrients provided by 2000 calories of this recipe relative to the Optimal Nutrient Intakes.  

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