In case you haven’t seen a calendar recently, it’s January and for some summer is the last thing on their mind, and at this point, they see two roads:
1.) Continue with eating an excess of calories and call it a “bulk”
2.) Create a plan for attainable results within the next few weeks
So you start an eating plan, but what commonly goes wrong here is you place foods in categories of healthy and unhealthy, and the so-called “healthy foods” are often “home grown” sugar goliaths. For example, a smoothie at a popular local juice joint could set you back 510 calories with 472 of those coming from sugar. This has more calories than an egg McMuffin with sausage and a diet coke. If you want a “liquid breakfast” it’s good to know what’s in your cup. Our ModernPROTEIN Summertime Smoothie is packed with 53g of protein and will keep you satisfied for at least a few hours.
Combine all ingredients and blend for 30 seconds. Enjoy!
Calories – 442 kcal
Fat – 8g
Carbs – 31g
Protein – 53g
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