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Autumn's Unflavored Protein Powder Is HERE!!!


autumn's unflavored protein powder


Ever since the release of my Zero Sugar Pasture-Raised Protein Powder, the AEN community has been RAVING about it! The delicious taste and smell, the silky smooth texture, the high quality protein source - across the board you have been LOVING my new protein powder!


autumn's unflavored protein powder

autumn's unflavored protein powder

autumn's unflavored protein powder review

autumn's unflavored protein powder review

autumn's unflavored protein powder review

But there was just one thing missing... what about an unflavored option?


Unflavored protein can be extremely useful when you want a bit more control of the flavor profile of your meal or if you're using it in a savory dish. I had hundreds of AENpeeps request a high quality unflavored protein powder that they could trust, so I immediately got to work!



You can grab a bag HERE!


Scroll down for the deets on why my new Unflavored Protein Powder is so awesome!

autumn's unflavored protein powder


What Makes My Unflavored Protein The BEST*

  • Smooth and silky

It mixes easily into liquids without clumps!

Zero sweeteners in my new Unflavored Protein! Because of this, it can be used with any smoothie recipe, chia pudding or greek yogurt in the 7 Day Detox Program. Plus, whey protein is naturally rich in an amino acid called cysteine which is crucial for making glutathione for liver detoxification.

  • 100% Pasture-Raised Whey Protein Isolate!

This is HUGE. Most protein companies that claim they're "whey protein isolate" only contain a portion of whey protein isolate (WPI). Typically, other companies will "cut" their WPI with whey protein concentrate or milk protein concentrate to make it cheaper. But unfortunately, those other whey options are much higher in lactose and can lead to GI distress, bloating and constipation for the 36% or more of Americans with lactose malabsorption.(1)


WPI is the lowest lactose whey protein, making it the BEST option for those who are lactose intolerant. I prefer to optimize for gut health, which is why I chose only pure 100% pasture-raised whey protein isolate.

  • Third party tested

Every batch is third party tested for heavy metals, mold and sugar. You can learn more about our testing process HERE.

  • Naturally very well absorbed

Whey protein is a very high DIAAS protein. This means the body can easily absorb and use it. In other words, you get more bang for your buck!

  • Easy to add into any recipe!

Every bag of my protein powder - including my brand new Unflavored Protein! - comes with a free download of 10 delicious recipes. You can use my new Unflavored Protein to replace any of the recipes that call for my Vanilla Protein Powder.


autumn's unflavored protein powder

My brand new Unflavored Protein Powder is extremely versatile and mixes well into liquids making it very simple to add into nearly every recipe. What I particularly love about the unflavored protein is the option of making savory meals with it! Below are a few simple ways you can use my brand new Unflavored Protein Powder.

  • Stirred into chia pudding

  • Stirred into yogurt, greek yogurt or skyr

  • Mixed into kefir for a protein boost

  • Stirred into soup to significantly boost the protein content (just make sure to stir it in after the soup is finished cooking!)

  • Mixed into Keto Oatmeal

  • Savory Keto Oatmeal!!

  • Blended into any of my smoothie recipes (I have a lot of those 😉)



Having my brand new Unflavored Protein Powder on hand opens up a whole new world of delicious and simple protein-packed recipe possibilities (while making it 7 Day Detox approved, too!).


Make sure to grab a bag of my Unflavored Zero Sugar Pasture-Raised Protein Powder today!


Head over HERE to grab a bag (or two)!


autumn's unflavored protein powder

Smoothie cheers,

Autumn



autumn's unflavored protein powder

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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