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Nearly one fifth of the human body consists of proteins. Amino acids can be found in all cells and fulfil important tasks in the whole organism. There are eight essential amino acids which the human body cannot produce and therefore have to be added through our nutrition. Even a slightly insufficient supply of proteins has a negative impact on our physical and mental state, lowering our performance and weakening our natural defence systems. As amino acids cannot be stored effectively, it is important to provide oneself with a proper amount on a daily basis.


However, the protein shake market has been flooded with indistinguishable products, leaving even scientists and professional diet coaches confused from time to time. Here and now, you will be given a short overview on the most important proteins mainly being included in protein shakes. Still, in order to provide the best possible type, amount and balance of proteins for yourself, have a chat with Bonnie to tackle the issue, as different goals and levels of fitness ay require a different supply of proteins. There are many paths to success!

  • Whey Protein
  • Casein
  • Goat Whey
  • Egg protein
  • Plant-based sources of protein
  • Proteins of mixed components
  • Beef protein


The consumption of proteins during or after your workout stops the decrease of body-own proteins and helps building muscle with the ingested proteins. In the course of a diet phase it helps burning fat on a high ration while still keeping your muscles in shape. No matter if you plan on building muscle in the long-run or losing weight with the help of a high-protein diet, always make sure that only high-quality ingredients were used in the making of your shakes.


You can differentiate between different protein supplements according to the following aspects:


  • What amount of essential amino acids does the supplement contain?
  • How efficiently can your body convert the product into own proteins?
  • Is your goal an optimized supply with nutrients, building muscle or losing weight?
  • How much fat or carbohydrates does the product contain?
  • How much did it cost in production? How were the animals, if animal products were used in the making, kept? Overall quality?
  • Allergies or intolerances
  • Special diets (vegan, vegetarian, paleo, etc.)
  • Taste/consistency


Bonnie will help you find the product that best fits your diet and fitness goals!