4 different varieties of protein powder Includes Unflavored, Chocolate and Iced Coffee Whey Isolate plus Collagen Peptides Grass-fed, non-GMO, and gluten-free Add to water, drinks, smoothies, and recipes 60 servings - only $1.28 per serving
Protein gives your body the building blocks needed for repair. When you don't get enough, your forced to tap into your reserves. Then you to feel weak and lethargic. Preserve your energy levels by getting enough protein.*
Cacao a powerful source of antioxidants, dietary fiber, and minerals. It was so valued by the Aztec society the beans were used as a form of currency. The first people to grow cacao were the Maya, one of the world’s oldest civilizations.
We don’t believe in using artificial sweeteners or flavorings. Using organic cane sugar is a great way to refuel your glycogen stores that get used up from exercise.*
A dash of Himalayan sea salt balances the chocolate flavor. This pink wonder contains over 84 minerals and trace elements.*
Protein on it’s own has a tendency to clump and not dissolve well. To make sure you don’t have this problem we use a small amount of lecithin from non-gmo sunflower.*
You can’t beat the convenience of having delicious protein ready to go whenever you are. All you have to do is mix and drink.*
Save time and experience hours of sustained lasting energy that only comes from filling yourself with high quality nutrition.*
You can mix this in any drink or recipe. If you’ve spent time working yourself at the gym, home, or work, our chocolate protein powder is perfect for you!*
Our bodies use essential amino acids for critical repairs. Whey protein isolate is a great source of essential amino acids needed for recovery.*
Light your metabolism on fire. Don't think you've got to wolf down huge chunks of meat to get enough protein. You get plenty from powders, bars, and other sources.*
Build yourself back up after workouts. Whey isolate is a complete protein source containing all the essential amino acids your body needs to repair.*
Protein fuels an active lifestyle. Make sure you're getting enough to support your immune system.*
Chocolate Protein, cup of coffee, milk and Opportuniteas Collagen. Mix by hand takes maybe 15 seconds to completely blend. Sometimes blend into a shake, it’s like a chocolate latte. Opportuniteas has no artificial or Stevia sweetners, 7 grams of sugar, 19 grams of protein and only Three other ingredients. This is my every morning breakfast. As soon as warm weather arrives I’ll be making with ice and turn breakfast into a refreshing milkshake. Thanks Greg, your families quest for products that are actually healthy and don’t have Artificial sweetners or Stevia in them have helped make it an easier transition for me on my path to health.
I have now been having my Opportunities Protein for breakfast every morning for the last four months. I also add their Collagen. I mix in FL milk a cup of coffee and my shake protein gram count is (42) that is half of my daily protein need for the day. So I can’t say enough good things about Opportunities. The Protein has no fake anything and only 7 grams of sugar. I am always going to have this on hand. Sometimes I have it for a snack warmed up with milk it’s a great hot chocolate.
My disclaimer is that I am a first-time consumer of a protein supplement, whey or otherwise. I tell you this because I can make no comparisons. I mix the chocolate whey powder in whole milk. I love it. It tastes great it's very filling and it packs a lot of protein in 12 oz of liquid. On a personal note I have been experiencing some abdominal bloating after drinking it. It could be the rate in which I slosh it down I can't seem to drink it slowly. My trainer says that can be normal and that my body will adjust and it is getting better. Protein powders are pricey. My biggest concern is continuing to afford it.
The protein, I like the chocolate however I am going to purchase a bundle and am adding one iced coffee to that order. I’ve made a permanent change directed to my diet and exercise. This protein is and will continue to be a part of my healthy outlook. Besides who doesn’t like hot coco on a cold day.
I take your protein every day and I love it. No aftertaste and it mixes very well and makes a great shake. The flavor is a light chocolate and doesn't give me any stomach issues whatsoever like most powders do.
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, Cadmium, and/or Acrylamide which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/products/food
The “Prop 65” warnings are only required under California law. Prop 65 standards are among the most stringent standards in place anywhere and are often far more stringent than federal standards
Over 800 chemicals have been listed under California Prop 65. Certain listed chemicals, such as lead, are widely distributed through the environment in air, soil, water, and rocks. As a result, these types of chemicals are often found in commonly eaten foods and throughout the food supply even though these chemicals are not intentionally added to foods or nutritional supplements
Many fruits, vegetables, coffee, chocolate, and even drinking water naturally contain some levels of the substances administeredby Prop 65. In many cases, the exposure limits required by Prop 65 are lower than what occurs naturally. Turnips, apples, artichokes, carrots, cucumbers, green beans, and spinach are just a few foods that can deliver chemical exposures in excess of Prop 65 limits
Lead, for example, is found in natural proteins, plants, and minerals. Not a lot, but a measurable amount because plants absorb metals and other trace chemicals from the soil in which they’re grown. Detectable levels don’t mean that the plant was grown in dirty, polluted soil. The amount of lead naturally found in many fruits and vegetables grown in clean, uncontaminated soil may, and in many cases does, exceed Prop 65 limits. When the State of Californiaconducted a soil-lead-uptake analysis of its own soil, from 70 different locations, they found that most vegetables averaged four times the Prop 65 lead limits.
Detectable lead can be found in most foods you have eaten in your entire life including carefully selected and sourced superfoods. None of these elements are added by Opportuniteas, who follows good manufacturing practices to minimize or eliminate any contamination
Proposition 65 (“Prop 65”) is a California law formally known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act. Prop 65 is a unique California only “right to know” law that requires products sold in California to bear warning notices about potential exposure to any of the over 800 substances listed by the state
Prop 65 warnings may be required for any product that exposes an individual in California to any chemical listed under the law. This is not just about food but includes any item that has the possibility of having any of these "chemicals". This includes electrical wires, jewelry, padlocks, schools, dishes, flashlights, coffee shops, clothing, cars, restaurants, TV’s, furniture, alcohol, diesel engines, amusement parks, parking lots, hardware stores, gas stations, hospitals, and just about any decent-sized business
Prop 65 does not ban any products from sale in California; it simply requires warning labels or signage whenever exposure could cause more than “one excess case of cancer in 100,000 individuals exposed to the chemical over a 70-year lifetime.” That allows anybody to bring a case by finding a listed chemical in a product even if it is present in an amount 1,000 times below the “no observable effect” level. A company can prove the level is meaninglessly low, but that is quite costly to do in court. Most companies end up settling with the plaintiff (even when they are not liable) to avoid the expense of litigation and then add the warning labels to everything
I hope this information helps settle any concerns you may have about Prop 65 and thesewarning labels.
For more information please visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Proposition_65_(1986)