Upgraded Blue Protein Balls

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These are blue balls packed with protein!

God that sounds gross, but they’re really good once you pop them in your mouth.

Okay enough fun speak, these are blueberry protein balls straight out of Mark Sisson’s Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals.

(Disclaimer: I didn’t make them, the girlfriend did).

The twist is that I had her add a few tablespoons of the best Whey protein powder on earth, Upgraded Whey by the Bullet Proof Executives.

The recipe normally doesn’t call for any whey … so it was a pretty extreme addition. Never the less, they came out awesome, much like everything else my girlfriend makes out of Mark’s cook books.

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3 Responses to Upgraded Blue Protein Balls

  1. Max May 8, 2012 at 2:17 pm #

    Interesting. I just started taking Garden of Life, RAW Protein, Beyond Organic Protein Formula. I’ve recently been trying to clear up my skin and noticed a huge difference when I started only eating more vegan.

    I’ve mostly cut out all meats at this point, just because my skin has never been healthier, but I’m considering trying that stuff out. How long have you been using it for?

    • Anthony Dream Johnson May 8, 2012 at 3:08 pm #

      Hmm, few weeks. Maybe 3. Definitely the best whey I’ve ever had … and I’ve tried a lot of high quality whey too.

      Would definitely recommend against going vegan. If you’re skin has been improving at all it has nothing to do with removing animal products from your diet in general. (More likely you’ve removed low quality animal products from your diet that were causing problems, in addition to processed plant oils that usually come with them — peanut oil, soybean oil, corn oil, etc).

      • Max May 9, 2012 at 10:42 am #

        I haven’t gone fully vegan, but have made adjustments in that path. I have adopted eban pagan’s green smoothie for my morning breakfast though:


        I’m eating more items like organic brown rice, fruits, and almonds (also make my own almond milk). I’m at the stage where I’m testing out a bunch of stuff, kind of like you did at one time. Everything I buy as far as foods go, I get from whole foods.

        Also, since you mentioned oils, I usually cook with coconut oil only. What kind of oil do you primarily cook with?

        Lastly, what are your thoughts on Probiotic and Enzyme supps.?

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