Our IN.POWER Organic Plant Protein consists of just two delicious ingredients – 100% pure USDA pea protein and organic sprouted rice protein. Our goal was to create the highest quality; best tasting, most complete plant based protein for our vegetarian/vegan customers so that they can supply their bodies with the essential building blocks they needs to thrive.
Q: Why should you take protein powder?
A: "Protein is an essential component of your blood, bones, muscles, nerves, organs, and even your immune system. In fact, it is needed by just about every major system of the body. Throughout the course of the day your body tissues break down and must be repaired and/or replaced — in order to accomplish this important task your body needs a steady supply of high quality protein, if it is not there your health may suffer.
Our IN.POWER Organic Whey & Plant Proteins consist of 100% purse USDA organic protein - nothing else! We searched the world for the purest, best tasting, most biologically active proteins we could find. We take IN.POWER every day to supply our bodies with the essential building blocks we need to thrive. Now you can too!"
Mira & Jayson Calton
We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and recent studies have now solidified that motto. Research shows that by skipping breakfast you actually stall weight loss. New research out of Tel Aviv University in Israel found that women who ate breakfast lost an incredible 240 percent more weight and twice as many inches from their belly as those who skipped a morning meal.(1)
Additionally, scientists from the University of Missouri, breakfast-skippers tend to weigh more and have other unhealthy habits. But, you may be surprised that it wasn’t the act of eating breakfast alone that determined the benefit, but what participants ate for breakfast that ultimately proved to be the most important factor. Only individuals who ate high protein breakfasts reported more satiety and less overeating throughout the day. The study, which used magnetic imaging of the brain, concluded that a protein-rich breakfast reduces brain signals that control food desires/cravings, even several hours after breakfast. According to research, individuals who start the day with a protein-rich breakfast consume 200 fewer calories a day than those who chow down on a carb-heavy breakfast like cereal or bagels.(2)