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Some words about SUMMER'S BLOG

I love peanut butter, avocado and oatmeal. Not together of course, but nearly any recipe that calls for these ingredients I'll probably enjoy. I have the misfortune of living with some food sensitivities but the extreme fortune of knowing what those sensitivities are - gluten (only mild, thank goodness), nightshades, lactose, and refined sugar. I'm not a formally trained chef, but I love cooking (and eating!) delicious, guilt-free food. I'm a fitness model, certified nutrition coach, trainer and an IFBB pro bikini athlete... and I eat 6 times a day. When I'm not in the kitchen preparing something extraordinary, I'm - in the gym, rushing off to an audition, at a photo shoot, studying nutrition, or planning a vacation. Hope you enjoy my site! For nutrition consultations or more information on training, contact me at summerwhitefitness@gmail.com

Raw vegan rice protein: allergen and bloat free!!!

I’ll never lie. Whey isolate protein shakes and bars taste great. I’ve tried them all. Whey protein powders work in pretty much any recipe, from ice cream to baked oats to tasty cakes. They are amazing when mixed into fruity shakes or green juices. Whey protein bars taste like candy, yet other than their protein content they have about the same nutritional quality.

I happily ate whey products for years, with the hopes of gaining lean muscle from the much needed added protein consumption. If you’ve seen my body transform over the years, you’ll know that its from my diet and training that I’ve become a lean, mean, fighting machine! I wondered why I would always get bloated after my yummy indulgence, though.

Now, it could have been from many things (It’s scary, we really don’t know what is in our food and drinks half the time), but with the process of elimination I’ve become bloat-free. ┬áTo add to my list of illegal food items, whey has gone. Let’s not get things confused though, I am still an advocate and religiously abide by a high protein diet. Dietary protein is the key to a healthy metabolism and the amino acids that make up our proteins are responsible for everything from our structure, to our hormones, to our enzymes, to our antibodies and more!

So on the quest of staying bloat-free, healthy and lean, I’ve turned to raw vegan brown rice protein. Many have tried, but few have succeeded at tasting as great as Sun Warrior! So I’m pleased to say I totally endorse them and am lucky to be one of their affiliates! The link on my site will give 20% off your order and free shipping. The deal works out to about $39 a bag with a minimum order of 3 bags. Whole Foods sells the protein at about $50 a bag, so I’m telling you this is a great deal! Go in with 2 friends and try this stuff out. Especially if you’ve noticed a slight allergy to whey or casein. Enjoy!

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