Is it OK to Make a Protein Shake with Hot Water?

protein shakeI always use cold water with my protein shake but it tastes disgusting and it tastes so much better if its hot water.  Is it OK if I use hot water or I should keep using cold water?

Do You Like Your Protein Shake Cold or Warm?

The guy who asked this question about his Protein Shake on Yahoo! Answers seemed to like his hot.  I’ve always been a big fan of cold water for my shakes.

The consensus of the online community seems to be that there is no major affect on the power of the protein in a protein shake, no matter if it is made with hot or cold water, so long as it is consumed within an hour or two of mixing.  The one exception to this may be using boiling water.

Let me know how you like your protein shake by leaving a comment below.

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How to make a protein smoothie less frothy?

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We try to make smoothies with protein powder, fruit, milk, and ice, and it always seems too frothy at the top. I’ve tried to look it up finding only a few solutions. I’ve heard that less liquid prevents froth, but I’m not sure if it’s true.

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Sixty Cent Banana Protein Shake

Banana Protein Shake Ingredients:

  • 1 cup Water
  • 20-30 grams Protein Powder
  • Frozen Banana

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Making a High Protein Strawberry Peach Fruit Smoothie

peach fruit smoothieHigh Protein Strawberry Peach Fruit Smoothie

Here’s a great way to enjoy the taste of a peach fruit smoothie while adding the benefits of a protein shake.

Starting with the goodness of skim milk, peach slices and frozen strawberries makes this a healthy smoothie, chock full of vitamins and fiber. A packet of single-serving fruit powder adds flavor and sweetness to the strawberry peach fruit smoothie without adding calories. Top it off with some EAS 100% Vanilla Whey Protein Powder to make this a post workout shake.

But one of the best portions of this video is the use of a true Smoothie Maker instead of a blender. With a Smoothie Maker, the smoothie is poured into a cup using the power of the blades. The bottom-fed spout ensures you get more of your smoothie into your cup, reducing waste. This video shows this better than an other I’ve seen.

High Protein Strawberry Peach Fruit Smoothie Products

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Enjoy a High Protein Strawberry Peach Fruit Smoothie today!

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Lo-Protein Protein Shake

I’m a HUGE fan of Body-for-LIFE and Bill’s new site at Transformation.com but this guy seems to have missed the boat a bit on the protein shake process. Though you may get some protein from the milk and yogurt, most protein shakes actually add a protein powder.

I love the use of the coffee grinder for pulverizing some of the dry ingredients. That alone makes this video worth watching.

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Making a Raw Egg Strawberry Protein Shake

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Pro Optimal Strawberry Protein Shake

Luci Lock blends up some raw eggs, raw milk and strawberry protein powder to make a Strawberry Protein Shake. This recipe is quick and easy and can be made right in a measuring cup by using an immersion blender. Yummy!

 
 
 
 
 

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Video Shows How To Make a 1500 Calorie Protein Shake

Protein ShakeHere’s a weight gainer protein shake. 1,500 calories is a pretty big caloric intake. For folks who workout hard, these calories help replenish those that the exercise burn up, and help force protein into the muscle.

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How I prepare a protein shake

Here’s a quick video that shows how Scott makes and enjoys a Protein Shake.
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