Organic Protein Powder Bloating

Organic Protein Powder Bloating





The “Get Your Period Handbook” has over 250 pages, answers over 100 FAQ’s (about life, hormones, stress, diets, exercise, health, etc.) shares my own personal experience with regaining not only my period (twice!), but also both my mental and physical health when it comes to food and exercise; references numerous studies and research, has tons of real-life testimonials from girls I’ve worked with, 25 easy-to-make recipes, and lays out how to literally heal your body, fix your mind, and change your life for good. Though this book focuses on getting your period, it would also be beneficial for anyone and everyone (even guys!) struggling with food and exercise issues.

Chapters include:

– The Birth Control Pill
– Why Am I So Bloated? + How to Fix It
– Are you Addicted to Exercise? + Quiz
– I LOVE to Exercise!
– What Can We Learn from the Minnesota Starvation Experiment? + Disordered Eating During Puberty
– Do You Have Orthorexia? + Quiz
– Why Diets and Workouts Haven’t Worked for You
– Signs That Your Period is Right Around the Corner
– Tips for Dealing with PMS
– Best Foods to Get Your Period Back
– Guard Your Mind!
– The Power of Positive Thinking
– Asking for Help
– FAQ (hair loss, PCOS, binge eating, weight gain, depression, counting calories, etc.)
– My Letter to You
– Grocery “Must-Haves”
– Recipes
“30 Days to Loving Yourself” link:

“30 Days To Loving Yourself: Daily Tasks For Overcoming Self-Hate, Anxiety, & Stress” is a 30 day plan, filled with daily tasks designed to completely change your life, one step at a time, one day at a time.

Just like you, I know what it’s like to look in the mirror every day and not particularly like what I see. Not just on a physical level, but also on a mental and emotional level. At some point in your life, or maybe it was ever so slowly, you started to change. Things got different. Over time, you slowly started to lose your excitement for your life and for who you are as an individual. Years ago, the same thing happened to me. I went through a very difficult time and I no longer had the vigor for life that I used to. Things just felt “off.” Every day would just drag along, I was always waiting for the next best thing to happen in my life, living for the weekends (only to do nothing on the weekends), feeling self-pity and dreaming of a better, more happy, fun life, the life like I “used to” have or I “could have” or like someone else had if things could only change. I dealt with low self-esteem, low self-confidence, self-hate, anxiety, worrying, always wanting this or that, never being content, living in the past and day-dreaming of the future when things would change and I would finally be happy. I kept thinking if things were different, or like they used to be, then all my problems would go away. I believed that if I could only have this or if that certain thing could change in my life then my life would finally be different.

But that wasn’t the case, and along the way I figured out the secret. There was one key that unlocked the door to me loving my life, loving myself, and beating the anxiety and stress once and for all. There was one thing I had to do to see results. And that’s what this book is all about – it’s a guide to help you get to that point. It’s 30 days of tasks that I have implemented in my own life to make me successful in finally, genuinely, loving myself and my life. Finally waking up every single day with joy and happiness, stress-free and excited for the day. Finally accepting my body, accepting where I am in life, loving my job, the place I lived, the things I did every day, and my relationships. Finally loving my life.

The point of this book is for you to learn to truly loving yourself, your life, your body, your job, your relationships, the things that happen with you day-to-day, not someone else’s. It’s about you learning to cope with certain situations, accepting certain things, and creating the right habits that will change your life. And I can promise you, if you commit to the 30 days, you will undoubtedly see a change. And not just any change, but a drastic change.


42 Replies to “Organic Protein Powder Bloating”

  1. I Take PlantBased Protein Because I Feel Stronger In The Gym When I Take It An It Helps Me Maintain Lean-Muscle. When I Stopped Taking It For 6months I Lost 10 Pounds. Started Back Taking It An I Went From 218 To 228 In No Time

  2. Thanks for the video.
    I appreciate the information about the possible trigger mechanism for cancer growth in dairy protein powders.
    I just started with vegan hemp powder for my energy level. I work two jobs and I work out at the gym.
    I'll just use the vegan powder once in a while.

  3. I just wanted to say that you were right about the mother milk for babies and mother coy milk is for babies coy I don't drink milk any way for some reason it doesn't work for my stomach

  4. I returned to weightlifting after recovery from several of health challenges. I'm working with a trainer and he laid out a macro plan for me. There's no way I could reach that level of protein so I started using a whey powder. I used to be on a much lower carb diet, similar to ketogenic diet. I went low carb because I have epilepsy and the ketogenic diet (high healthy fats, moderate protein, low carb) is actually an effective treatment for seizures in children. It doesn't usually offer seizure controls in adults but it can support control and it offsets the effects of medications. Well, since I've radically changed to this new diet, I'm just not starting to feel so great. I did not know about the other things you've mentioned related to whey and I typically do not eat very much dairy. In fact a little yogurt is about it. I don't think a little increase in carbs is a huge deal. I have particular foods..apples, blueberries, a little sweet potato but grains aren't particularly friendly with me. Getting back to the shakes..I'm going to leave them off for a bit and see how I do and feel. I do know I feel better with BCAAs. So, I'm going to just see what happens. I'm returning to something close to the eating pattern that makes me feel my best. As long as I'm feeling good….I'm not going to spend my money or time on this stuff. Maybe I'll just use the powder and cut the amount in 1/2 or something later..experiment with it if it seems to, for some reason I feel compelled to use it because I hate to throw it away if I find I don't need it but I can offer it to someone and there's nothing wrong with sticking it in the back of the cupboard and we should never feel bad about throwing away trash no matter what form it comes in.

  5. I'm three weeks in on a plant based diet. Since I started, I switch from a whey protein powder to a vegan protein powder. Once I run out of that, I won't take anymore. Thanks for this video. It was very informative.

  6. I don't work out, but I feel like it's OK to drink protein powder once in a while because the protein powder I buy has a lot of vitamins, so it's not just empty calories of protein. I don't drink it everyday either.

  7. When I was a dancer (20-25 hrs a week) I cracked my L1 vertebrae and my doctor attributed it to not taking enough protein. I wasn't even vegan or vegetarian but my family only ate meat twice a week. The rest of the time we ate beans, pasta, etc. The doctor made me take whey protein and I absolutely hated it. I probably only used like 3 scoops out of the container because it was so gritty and disgusting. I never had any further complications with my back besides the initial nerve pain/damage.

  8. hi Audra, I have a question: I have a histamine intolerance and can't eat legumes, and nuts. Do you think I need the protein powder then? or do you think I will get suffiecient protein on a high carb vegan diet? I have been eating it for the last 2 years.

  9. Love your passion, I can hear it, you sound like me!!!!!  I am currently reading Steve Meverowitz  book called "Food Combining and Digestion", a must read.. Also, do read all books by The Sproutman, fantastic info.. I am actually shocked at food combining info, new new new to me and I thought I knew all about it!!!  Check them out.

  10. I use pescience protein everyday. I put it in oats or yogurt and make protein ice cream, waffles, pancakes etc. It really curbs my cravings for sweets, so I would rather use that than go ham on chocolate or something else… I dont at all use it because I need the protein, I just use cause I think its delicious and something that I enjoy. But then again, I dont just eat to give my body what it needs or try to be super healthy and eat clean. I enjoy food and Im ok with consuming things that might not be so good for me if its mentally making me happier if that makes sense.

  11. The other day, I was walking around Whole Foods and was looking at the protein powder section. I was debating whether I should try it (just because I like trying new foods), but the price helped me make the final decision. 😉 Got myself a vegan donut instead. No regrets.

  12. How much protein do you eat a day? I get about 75g a day without protein powders, on a good day maybe 90g. That is far below the recommended 1g protein per lb of Bodyweight… The only reason I supplement is to get to 130g…

  13. My husband and I stopped using protein powder because we noticed it was actually making us more stopped up and bloated. I don't think consuming plant protein with so little fiber is ideal for the human body, and soy protein isolates aren't healthy either.

  14. Great video. So much hype/brainwashing around protein. I stupidly fell for it ~ really put my liver through h/ll with whey protein, and just animal protein in general 🙁 Transitioning closer to a vegan lifestyle has been the saving grace for my liver 🙂 Thanks Audra!

  15. I take Vega protein mainly because I LOVE the flavor! It makes my smoothies taste so much better. I currently have two containers but I actually wasn't planning on buying more for the same reason…the price and because if I got weeks without it I don't notice a difference. These will probably last months though since I use maybe two scoops a week.

  16. Totally agree with you. I experimented with using protein powders for a while and I still have some left, but I've noticed since not using them as often lately, my digestion seems to be better and I think because I don't do tons of heavy duty workouts, I don't need the salt that is added to a lot of these powders or the extra protein really. It's understandable for people who sweat a ton and have crazy workouts, body builders and such, but if you're not, you probably didn't need all that protein. They are pretty good, especially the chocolate ones, haha. But yeah, I actually would rather add some nut butters to my smoothies for some extra protein or even oats instead of protein powder because, it is so much cheaper. As you said, they're crazy expensive. I think they're really convenient and that's why so many people prefer protein powders. But…so is opening a can of beans, haha. Great video!

  17. A human being can double in size in 4 months on 6.5% calories from protein. A simple potato is over 10% calories from protein, so why are vegans worrying about protein? What does anyone believe their bodies need more than 6.5% calories from protein for?

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