Vanilla Bean Flavored Paleo Protein Powder - A New Experience
My Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein is a completely NEW experience. In fact, it’s the best-tasting protein powder I’ve ever tried, and I could not be more thrilled with the way it’s turned out! If you’ve tried my classic Vanilla Paleo Protein, then you’re in for a big upgrade… Vanilla Bean is richer, creamier, and more delicious than ever before. When I custom formulated new Vanilla Bean, I spent many months at the drawing board perfecting it to ensure that it had the absolute perfect balance of vanilla bean and just the right amount of natural sweetness. This delicious and decadent flavor is inspired by summer afternoons and evenings enjoying Breyers Vanilla Ice Cream with my dad when I was just a little girl.
A Clean AIP Protein Powder
The Myers Way® Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein is one of the only clean, AIP protein powders on the market. It’s gluten, dairy, and sugar-free, and sourced from non-GMO, hormone- and antibiotic-free, grass-fed beef (don’t worry, you would never know it from the delicious taste!). You also won’t find other ingredients on your ‘avoid’ list including grains or legumes in my Paleo Protein. It’s truly perfect for everyone, especially those following an AIP/autoimmune protocol, Keto or Paleo diet, or simply avoiding inflammatory foods!
21 Grams of Pure Protein
Every serving contains a whopping 21 grams of pure protein. Fantastic for those concerned about getting enough protein in their diet. Not everyone always has a good grass-fed, pasture-raised, or wild-caught source of protein on hand, so Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein comes to the rescue as a delicious additional source of clean protein!
My Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein is so easy to mix. It’s great as a quick morning shake or added into a delicious smoothie. Fast, easy, convenient, and fabulous for you. Kids absolutely love it too! It’s perfect for those finicky eaters out there. Try mixing Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein in a blender with coconut milk, ice cubes, and a handful of fresh berries for an amazing treat they’ll ask for again and again.
My Paleo Protein Powder Supports Healthy Weight Loss Goals
My Paleo Protein supports healthy lean muscle mass & weight loss. Whether your goal is to maintain and promote optimal muscle mass, or to help lose those last few stubborn pounds, Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein can help you reach your goal. Rich in tissue-building peptides, Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein helps support healthy muscle growth and tissue repair. It’s now well known that one of the best ways to help with weight loss, is promoting adequate lean muscle mass.
A Paleo Protein Powder With The Benefits Of Bone Broth
The benefits of bone broth without the messy crockpot... Bone broth has taken the health world by storm, but it can be quite messy and time-consuming to make. The Myers Way® Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein has the benefits of bone broth without any of the hassles. While I love a hot cup of bone broth every now and then, I enjoy a smoothie with Paleo Protein on those days I don’t want the living room smelling like Thanksgiving dinner leftovers all day.
Heal Leaky Gut With My Paleo Protein Powder
The Myers Way® Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein is perfect for those concerned about leaky gut. That’s right. It’s extremely rich in collagen-specific amino acids that help support endothelial cell health and optimal gut barrier function. In fact, the cells in your stomach and digestive tract absolutely love this stuff. With plenty of gut-loving Glutamine, Glycine, and Proline, Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein is your gut’s best friend.
Who Benefits From Using My Paleo Protein Powder
Everyone can benefit from The Myers Way® Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein, and I particularly recommend it if you:
- Want to curb sugar cravings and promote healthy weight loss
- Follow a Paleo, AIP, Keto or Autoimmune Protocol diet
- Want to add more high quality protein into your diet and support optimal lean muscle mass
- Love the flavor of vanilla ice cream milkshakes
- Are ready to ditch your old inflammatory protein for one that fuels your body with a pure, clean source of protein and amino acids
Suggested Use: Mix 1 scoop in 8 ounces of water or other beverage per day. Best mixed in a blender. Consult your physician before use.
Contents: 28.57 oz (810 g - Approx. 30 Servings)
Warning: Keep out of reach of children. Store away from heat and moisture.
DOES NOT CONTAIN: Gluten, Wheat, Dairy, Soy, GMOs, or Yeast.
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What is Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein made of?
The Myers Way® Paleo Protein is made from hydrolyzed beef that comes from happy, pasture raised European cows that graze on fresh green fields in the sunshine. These animals are raised with love and care and never given unnecessary drugs such as antibiotics, arsenic-based growth promoters, or hormones. They are grass-fed, and never fed GMOs such as genetically-modified soy meal.
Can my child use Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein?
Yes, absolutely! The Myers Way® Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein is perfectly safe for kiddos, provided they’re not allergic to any of its ingredients. Try making your kids a vanilla shake with or without berries or other fruit for breakfast, or as a snack after school or sports. They will thank you for it!
What time of day should I enjoy Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein?
The Myers Way® Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein is perfect any time of the day. I like it in my morning smoothies, and I have patients, family, and friends that tell me they enjoy it at all times of the day. Whether you’re mixing it into your morning coffee, into shakes for dessert, or adding it to soups and stews for an extra protein kick, you’ll find that it’s great around the clock. I even have a few friends who enjoy it right before bed to help them sleep!
Is Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein okay to enjoy while pregnant or nursing?
Yes. Provided you are not allergic to any of the ingredients included in The Myers Way® Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein, on any prescribed medications that could be contraindicated, or have been advised by your physician not to use protein powders for any reason, then The Myers Way® Paleo Protein is safe to use in the amounts recommended on the product label. If you have any concerns whatsoever, I always recommend speaking with your physician or other qualified healthcare provider before enjoying it.
Is Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein damaged by heat?
All proteins are damaged by high heat to some extent. Proteins are long chains of amino acids bound together. High heat can potentially fold and warp the amino acid chains into new shapes and structures called amines that may be unusable by the body, or even harmful. This is the same reason why you should avoid charring or overcooking meat. The proteins and peptides in my Vanilla bean Paleo Protein are quite stable at moderately high temps, so adding it to a hot cup of tea or coffee, or baking it at low temps (below 350 degrees) will not denature it too much.
Can I take Vanilla Bean Paleo Protein if I’m allergic to tree nuts?
My Paleo Protein contains MCT oil derived from coconuts. Scientifically speaking coconuts are not tree nuts, they are in fact fruits classified as a “drupe.” Other drupes include palm fruit, peaches, berries, plums, and apricots. However, because the FDA has lumped coconuts in a group with other tree nuts for labeling purposes, etc., I am required to list them as a potential allergen. In fact, true coconut allergy is actually extremely rare with only a few cases reported in the medical literature. If you have a diagnosed tree nut allergy, please speak with your healthcare provider before consuming any products containing coconut.
How does Dr. Myers’ Paleo Protein differ from her Collagen Protein?
My Paleo Protein is a complete protein made from hydrolyzed beef that comes from grass fed, pasture grazing cows raised with care in Europe. It is a diverse combination of essential and nonessential amino acids, as well as branched chain amino acids, similar to what you would find in high-quality, grass-fed organ meats. Complete protein is essential for muscle and tissue repair, enzyme formation, and much much more. Conversely, my Collagen Protein is a very special type of protein sourced from the hides of grass fed, pasture roaming cows raised with care in Brazil. Collagen Protein is a special blend of primarily four amino acids that are actually quite lacking in the standard western diet. These amino acids support your own body’s ability to synthesize collagen, which is your body’s primary structural protein. Collagen is essential for a healthy gut lining, strong hair, skin, and nails, connective tissue, and much much more. My team and I are often asked which type of protein is best, and because they vary so widely in their benefits, the answer is almost always, “Both!”
How come there are fewer scoops in my container than the number listed on the label?
The listed amount of scoops per container is an approximation and can vary based on personal use such as how full you make your scoops, spilling it, how well you scrape out the container, etc. While the number listed is an approximation, it shouldn't vary considerably versus what you get.
Why do you use Stevia in your products?
As you know, the first pillar of The Myers Way® is to remove the toxic and inflammatory foods such as sugar, alcohol, and processed foods that can damage your gut. While following the first 30 days of The Myers Way®, I recommend avoiding all sugars, including natural sweeteners. This is particularly important if you’re addressing gut infections such as SIBO and Candida overgrowth because the bacteria and yeast feed off of carbohydrates and refined sugars.
However, if you’ve completed the protocol, you might be ready to enjoy the occasional, naturally sweetened indulgence!
I want to set you up for success so I only use all-natural sweeteners in my products. Stevia is a great natural sweetener used as a sugar substitute.
What is Stevia?
Stevia is a natural sweetener that is derived from the leaves of the Stevia rebaudiana plant which is native to Paraguay and Brazil.
How does Stevia compare to other sweeteners?
Stevia’s sweetness comes from steviol glycosides, which are between 50 and 300 times as sweet as sugar. It is a natural alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners that may cause harm to your gut health.
Is Stevia bad for you?
There have been a lot of stories about Stevia in the news which has caused some concern about using this ingredient in products and food you consume. The reason Stevia has been in the news is that it’s been found that several manufacturers have bulked up their Stevia by adding other artificial sweeteners, namely erythritol. We use only 100% organic Stevia in our products and none of our products contain erythritol.
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