OWYN Protein Shakes for the New Year

by Carol Kicinski on December 28, 2017

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As we head towards the end of the year, many of us will start to think about switching our diet habits. When planning to eat healthier and/or work out, protein drinks and protein powders often come into the conversation.

From bland flavor, to funky textures, to simply an “off” taste, some protein drinks just aren’t up to par with my palate. Not only is taste an issue, but some of the ingredients in protein drinks are unpronounceable, unrecognizable, and downright unnecessary.

Luckily, there are companies out there – like OWYN – that don’t want consumers to have to “power through” their protein drinks and that care about the ingredients used.

OWYN (an acronym for Only What You Need) makes ready-to-drink protein shakes in 3 delicious flavors – Vanilla, Dark Chocolate, and Cold Brew Coffee. They are 100% plant-based. The protein component is made with pea, pumpkin, and flax – covering all essential amino acids just like a traditional whey protein would do – minus the dairy! They also contain organic greens like kale, spinach, and broccoli, for an added boost of nutrients, including fiber and 535mg of omega-3s.

OWYN Holiday Coffee Protein Shake

OWYN protein shakes contain 20 grams of protein, only 4 grams of sugar (organic cane sugar and no sugar alcohols), and are free of synthetic ingredients and fillers. Plus, they are free of the top 8 allergens and, of course, are gluten free. And did I mention they’re delicious?! I especially like the Cold Brew Coffee flavor, as that’s not a flavor I see too often in a protein shake and it gives me that extra boost of energy I need in the morning or after workouts.

If you’re looking for a clean protein shake that’s also full of veggies and healthy nutrients to kick off the New Year right, look no further than OWYN.

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Ann Cummings December 30, 2017 at 3:57 pm

I already subscribe to Simply Gluten Free and love it, particularly the Jan 2018 issue. Have been researching all the ad internet sites. Sometimes that is a little confusing and the address doesn’t go directly to the site.

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