November 10, 2015

Skinnygirl Protein Shakes and Bars + Giveaway #SkinnygirlProtein


According to Skinnygirl, "You deserve it all - health, happiness and daily indulgences." I would I have to agree. Wouldn't you? That is why Skinnygirl is passionate about helping you get it. 75% of Skinnygirl fans said they don’t think they’re getting enough Protein. Problem solved. Skinnygirl Protein Shakes and Bars are now available at Walmart!


The reality is that most people do get enough protein to meet their minimum daily requirements If you want to become a PRO on protein, Skinnygirl can help. Get the protein information you need to best tailor your diet to boost your levels of this powerhouse nutrient. For example, did you know that Protein carries O2 throughout our bodies? It also speeds up your metabolism because the body uses more calories to break down protein compared to fat or carbohydrates. Protein even produces antibodies to protect us from infection. After water, protein is the most abundant substance in the body.
Once you are loaded with information on protein, you need to know where to find it. We snack a lot and we should. It’s important to snack smart to avoid getting our energy from sugary snacks or not even snacking at all because it can result in feeling tired and fuzzy in the middle of the day. You should pick a snack that provides a good source of complex carbohydrates or whole grains for energy. It should also have protein and fiber. As a bonus, is your snack under 200 calories, and does it taste great and satisfy your craving?


Whole wheat pita and hummus with sliced cucumbers, and peanut butter and sliced apples are a few of my favorite snacks that pack a protein punch. But what if you need something that is quick and convenient? I love grab and go snacks and Skinnygirl Protein Tasty Nutrition Bars definitely fit the bill.


Skinnygirl Protein Tasty Nutrition Bars are the same flavors you’ve come to love, but they have now been reformulated to pack in more protein for less calories. At 150 calories with 10g protein and 5-7g Fiber, the choice is easy. This Gluten Free and Kosher smart snack is available at Walmart for $4.88.

You will love the flavor choices including Lemon Swirl, Chocolate Peanut Butter with Sea Salt, and Dark Chocolate Almond with Coconut. They provide that protein punch and still give us what we crave in a snack. Depending on which Skinnygirl Protein Tasty Nutrition Bar you choose, you get that salty or sweet craving satisfied, while still making a smart snack choice.


Skinnygirl Protein Tasty Nutrition Shakes are the newest addition to the Skinnygirl family of products. They will first be available at Walmart, and coming soon to other retailers. These shakes are ready to drink and come in 2 delicious flavors: Rich Chocolate Brownie and Vanilla Bean Sundae. Each of the Skinnygirl Protein Tasty Nutrition Shakes are naturally flavored with 80 calories, 0g sugar, and 12g protein. They are also low fat, gluten free, and are $5.78 at Walmart.


I love how the Skinnygirl Protein products are available at Walmart - making them easy to find. They are also such convenient and great-tasting ways of getting protein. I always throw a Skinnygirl Protein Tasty Nutrition Bar in my bag. Now you can stash a few Skinnygirl Protein Tasty Nutrition Shakes away too. You never know when you could need some extra protein power!


Are you ready to try the new Skinnygirl Protein products for yourself? Skinnygirl is giving one of my lucky readers a chance to win a Sampler Pack of Skinnygirl Protein Products!


Connect :: Visit skinnygirldaily.com to learn more about the new Skinnygirl Protein products! Be sure to also follow Skinnygirl Daily on Facebook and share your excitement about the new products with the hashtag #SkinnygirlProtein. You can also find Skinnygirl Daily on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

Win It :: One {lucky} reader will win a Sampler Pack of Skinnygirl Protein Products!

How To Enter :: Just use the simple form below to enter. Open to US only. Must be 18+ to enter. Giveaway closes on November 25, 2015 at 11:59 pm EST. Only one person per household/IP address may enter. Good luck!
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59 comments:

  1. I learned it’s wise to include some protein-containing foods within the 30 minute to 1 hour “recovery window” of a workout for optimum muscle repair and growth.

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  2. Spreading your protein intake out consistently throughout the day at meals and snacks is your best bet.

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  3. Eating sufficient protein helps you to feel fuller and more satisfied, can somewhat rev metabolism, and helps preserve and build muscle mass.

    (Rosie A)

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  4. I learned it's best to eat quality protein within 30 minutes to an hour after a good, longer workout

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  5. Protein is in each of the trillions of cells in the human body. There could be no life without protein. The only other substance more plentiful in the body is water. Approximately 18-20% of the body is protein by weight

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  6. I like to have protein throughout the day to keep my energy up and not snack on junk food

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  7. I learned it is wise to include some protein-containing foods within the 30 minute to 1 hour “recovery window” of a workout for optimum muscle repair and growth.

    Jennifer Rote

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  8. I learned that spreading your protein intake out consistently throughout the day at meals and snacks is your best bet.

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  9. I learned that taking some protein fillled foods within 30 minutes to an hour of a workout will help repair your muscle. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  10. i learned that it is important to eat enough protein so that you don't get hungry or low blood sugar

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  11. 0.6 – 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day. I had no idea how to figure how much I needed. Now I know.

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  12. I learned that protein carries 02 throughout the body. Protein is so smart, LOL!

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  13. While animal proteins are often considered “high-quality” because they have all the essential amino acids our bodies need, most plant-based proteins are low in one or more of these essential amino acids

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  14. I learned that the average person needs 0.6 – 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day

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  15. While animal proteins are often considered “high-quality” because they have all the essential amino acids our bodies need, most plant-based proteins are low in one or more of these essential amino acids

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  16. I learned there are two sources of protein, animal and plant based.

    labfpto

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  17. I learned that protein comes from animal-derived sources (i.e. milk, eggs, fish, meat, etc.) and plant-derived sources (i.e. soy, legumes, grains, nuts, seeds, etc.).

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  18. I learned that the average person needs 0.6 – 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day. That's less than what I thought!

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  19. I learned that its best to eat your protein throughout the day, focused protein is really only beneficial to serious athletes
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com
    Ashley C

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  20. It was great to read how much protein a person needs. I actually printed out all the info so I can refer to it!

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  21. I learned that Spreading your protein intake out consistently throughout the day at meals and snacks is your best bet.
    Tina M
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  22. It was great to read how much protein a person needs. I actually printed out all the info so I can refer to it!

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  23. I didn't realize you should have protein 30 minutes - an hour after a workout. I always thought you were supposed to have that prior to the workout.

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  24. I learned that Spreading your protein intake out consistently throughout the day at meals and snacks is your best bet.

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  25. Having different kids of plant protein through out the day is a sensible idea.

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  26. I learned protein can come from plant derived sources

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  27. I learned this about protein- The amino acids that comprise proteins are the building blocks for all of our body’s cells, which in turn, make up hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters, organs, muscle, bones, tendons, skin,

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  28. Something that I should try to remember: consuming protein within 30 min to 1 hour of working out is necessary for good muscle recover and growth!

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  29. I learnt that one should spread one's protein intake throughout the day.

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  30. i learned that " The amino acids that comprise proteins are the building blocks for all of our body’s cells, which in turn, make up hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters, organs, muscle, bones, tendons, skin, etc."

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  31. i learned that Protein comes from animal- derived sources.

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  32. I learned that protein speeds up your metabolism.

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  33. I learned that spreading your protein out thru the day is your best bet.

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  34. It's a good idea to consume protein within 30 mins to an hour after a workout. Brittney House

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  35. I learned that protein comes from animal derived sources.

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  36. I learned that the best way to eat your protein is to spread it out over the day between meals and snacks. Thanks!

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  37. I learned how much protein a woman needs a day based on weight.

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  38. Having diabetes2 I know most of this. For me it is very important to space it out throughout the day as you said. You also said protein "can somewhat rev metabolism, and helps preserve and build muscle mass." I need this very much.

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  39. I learned that the amino acids that comprise proteins are the building blocks for all of our body’s cells, which in turn, make up hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters, organs, muscle, bones, tendons, skin, etc.

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  40. I learned that According to leading health organizations, the average person needs 0.6 – 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day, which may not be as much as you think. For a woman weighing 140 pounds, that translates to 38 – 51 grams of protein per day.

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  41. that there are plant-based protein sources

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  42. Protein comes from animal-derived sources (i.e. milk, eggs, fish, meat, etc.) and plant-derived sources (i.e. soy, legumes, grains, nuts, seeds, etc.)

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  43. I learned that we should spread our protein intake through out the day.

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  44. You should have protein within an hour after working out.

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  45. I learned that Americans have no problem meeting their protein requirements despite popular belief.

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  46. I learned that it is better for you if you spread your protein intake around throughout the day.

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  47. I learned animal proteins are often considered “high-quality” because they have all the essential amino acids our bodies need.

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  48. That its very important to eat important.

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  49. Protein can somewhat rev metabolism.

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  50. I learned we all need more protein in our diets

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  51. Eating protein help you feel fuller longer and more satisfied

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  52. Spreading your protein intake out consistently throughout the day at meals and snacks is your best bet.

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  53. I learned that it is good to get protein throughout the day. If you are an athlete or exercising then it is ideal to have a snack or meal with protein in it within 30 minutes to an hour after working out.

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  54. It is best to take some protein fillled foods within 30 minutes to an hour of a workout to help repair your muscle.

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  55. I learned that eating the right amount of protein can help "rev" your metabolism!

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  56. I learned that using protein can help speed up recovery from a workout.

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  57. I learned that you can meet your protein needs on a vegetarian diet by making sure to eat a wide variety of plant-based protein sources.

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  58. I learned that you can absolutely meet your protein needs on a vegetarian diet by making sure to eat a wide variety of plant-based protein sources.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  59. I learned that it's wise to include some protein-containing foods within the 30 minute to 1 hour “recovery window” of a workout for optimum muscle repair and growth.

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