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Biggest Loser Protein

A Biggest Loser approved protein to help you lose weight.

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The Biggest Loser empire continues to grow and grow and now it's helping you get the protein your body needs to lose weight and build muscle.

The Biggest Loser Designer Whey Protein mixes contain whey protein isolate as well as fiber and calcium. The powders come in four flavors: blueberry, raspberry, chocolate and vanilla and are a convenient way to consume your protein needs without having to grill a chicken breast or sear a flank steak.

Each serving contains 40-50 calories, less than 1 gram of fat, 6 grams of fiber and 8 grams of whey protein.

They can be mixed with water or added to foods like yogurt or smoothies.

PRO
  • Convenient way to consume protein
  • A vegetarian-friendly protein source
  • Low-cal and high in fiber
  • Versatile uses
  • Biggest Loser is trusted brand in weight loss
CON
  • Meal-replacement shakes may leave you feeling unsatisfied
INGREDIENTS

The Biggest Loser Designer Whey Protein powders contain whey protein isolate, calcium, vitamin C, thiamine, vitamin B6, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, sunflower oil, L-leucine, sodium alginate, salt, dried cream extract, Lecithin, buttermilk, isomalto-oligosaccharides (prebiotic fiber), whey protein concentrate, cellulose gum, xanthan gum and specific flavor enhancers like cocoa, vanilla bean extract, blueberry or raspberry puree.

ADMINISTRATION

One scoop of Biggest Loser Protein powder is added to 5 oz. of water and mixed or blended. Ice cubes, yogurt and fruit can also be added.

DIET and EXERCISE

You are encouraged to use the Biggest Loser Designer Whey Protein mixes in conjunction with the Designer Whey diet or with another approved Biggest Loser meal plan.

Both diets are generally 1,200 - 1,500 calorie diets that include a balance of good carbohydrates, lean proteins and good fats as well as a consistent exercise program.

CONCLUSION

Biggest Loser Designer Whey Protein mixes are a convenient and low-cal way to consume enough muscle-building and satisfying protein. Plus, they are great for vegetarians.

The mixes can be added to just plain water, yogurt or smoothies to pack more of a nutritional and filling punch. The Biggest Loser Protein mixes are ideal for when you want to consume protein with every meal or snack, but short on time.

Common Misspellings

Biggest Loser Protien, Biggest Loser Whey Protein, Biggest Loser Protein Diet, Biggest Loser Designer Protein, Designer Whey Protein, Protein Diet,


Related Diets: The Biggest Loser At Home Program, Dr. Sears Zone Diet, High Protein Diet, Protein Power, Biggest Loser Meal Delivery Plan, Body Building Diet, Genisoy, Living Lean Smoothie, VF Smoothie


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JOE SCHMO

This stuff has like no protein in it. There's literally more carbohydrates and sugars and fat combined than protein per serving. It should be called, "Biggest Loser Sugar Drank".

posted Nov 6th, 2012 5:59 am


nancy

i have this shake after my slim in 6 work out. i make a smoothie i put a scoop of the powder 3 ice cubes 1/4 cup of frozen blue berries add 3/4 cup low fat yogurt, tbsp ground flax, tsp of psyillium husk, packet of french vanilla splenda(for coffee) about 1 1/2 cup of washed kale or 2 leaves. 1/2 cup of water and blend it.it is surprisingly super good. i can drink it really fast. The splenda packet realllly makes a difference, which is why i make sure i put it in each time. I used to never do this and i would do jillian michaels yoga meltdown video, and i used to get very light headed id almost fall over..... i never get those spells anymore. and i feel awesome! it feels so good just to have that smoothie, i feel soo healthy! :-)

posted Oct 14th, 2010 6:17 pm


Carol

Biggest Loser Protein Power did taste good, but there is not enough protein in it, and too many carbs.

posted Oct 6th, 2010 10:48 am


Melissa

I started exercising and eating between 1,200-1,500 calories per day almost a month ago and I've lost 23 pounds.

I purchased the Biggest Loser Whey Protein Shake in chocolate at GNC about a week ago and I really like it. It gives me a sense of fullness and helps me build muscles. I've noticed that I'm not so sore when I wake up in the morning which makes it easier for me to get up, eat breakfast, and then do my AM workout without feeling like the tin man. I drink the protein shake with 4oz. of water (I haven't tried the smoothie yet) within 30 minutes after I exercise in the morning and evening. It also helps me to curb that late night snack attack. :)

posted Mar 19th, 2010 11:19 am


Paula

I just read a comment about Jillian Michaels not endorsing a product like this. I read her book as well and was surprised to see all of her new "fat burners", "detox-jump start" products on the market.

Not only are they full of every different type of caffeine and other "proven" gimickie diet herbs that have been slammed by health care professionals. Some might even be dangerous. Some where Jillian has jump the shark and has gone full tilt into the diet supplement market.

Designer Whey Protein (despite) the manufacture has scientifically been proven to help with the recovery of muscle tissues after strenuous workouts as well as provide a feeling of fullness.

I really liked Jillian until she came out with her line of diet products. When you read the reviews and look up the product information and read her book - which is great.. Something is a miss.

Anyway, the Biggest Loser Protein to 2 Go packets are really great and convenient... A little expensive but worth it.

posted Mar 7th, 2010 9:20 pm


phil

Click on the "Start this diet" link above and it takes you to a site where they have a bunch of the biggest loser protein mixes and you can get them shipped to you.

posted Sep 23rd, 2009 9:22 pm


digiweb

There's no way that Jillian endorses this product. Her metabolism book specifically advises that protein isolates are untested and therefore not recommended.

posted Aug 30th, 2009 2:43 pm


nancy

I buy the Vanilla powder, and put in one small banana, a few strawberries, and some blueberries. Then I sprinkle in some ground flax seed, ice, and water, then blend. It's very good!

posted Aug 24th, 2009 8:41 am


Belinda

they sell it at GNC

posted Jun 2nd, 2009 9:13 pm


jean padilla

o.k. so where do i find this protein powder and how much is it. I have LOW blood sugar, so need lots of protein, and my best results are from eating chicken, meat, fish, I need to eat often. How much protein is in the powder?, I've seen contestants pour it in their water all the time. When I normally use protein powder, i usually look for a high amount of protein and usually buy soy protein, but it doesn't last too long for me and the blood sugar level. Thank's for your help. JP.

posted May 13th, 2009 11:10 pm



   
 

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