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Bulk Powders Complete Breakfast Smoothie Review25/12/2016
It goes without saying:
Breakfast is the meal of champions.
But there’s just one slight problem.
If you’re anything like me and have a notorious track record of skipping breakfast, finding the time of day to sit and enjoy a mean fry up is like finding the right time to clear your browser history before any suspicion is fostered by the police (as well as from your better half).
Pure fortuitous euphoria.
Although no supplement should ever replace real food, the Bulk Powders Complete Breakfast Smoothie offers 100% convenience for a busy lifestyle.
But will it fill that gaping hole in your life to keep you in check during a critical time of the day?
There’s only one way to find out.
Bulk Powders Complete Breakfast Smoothie Review
What stands out the most about Bulk Powders is their upfront and transparent approach to supplements.
The Bulk Powders Complete Breakfast Smoothie comes packed with 23.5g of protein per serving followed by 19.7g of carbohydrates and 3.7g of fat.
But that’s not all:
It also consists of 5g of sugar per serving which certainly makes it a healthy alternative to your bog standard, sugar-infested, crack addicting mainstream cereal.
I know what you’re probably thinking:
How the actual f*ck have I been missing out on this?
Chances are, you are just a complete mong and simply didn’t give it a second thought.
But don’t worry – this is exactly why this review was strung together!
The ingredients in Bulk Powders Complete Breakfast Smoothie are certainly top notch.
No hidden or misleading compounds: just clean, honest ingredients which is precisely what you want.
Here are the major components you can expect:
· Oat Flour
· Freeze Dried Fruit (Blueberries and Raspberries)
· Psyllium Husk
It also contains some fruit flavouring as well as Digezyme, an active enzymatic ingredient which helps support efficient absorption and uptake.
It is worth pointing out that the carbohydrates found in the Complete Breakfast Smoothie are purely from the oats and fruits, which explains why the sugar content is so low.
But it doesn’t stop there.
The inclusion of pysllium husk also ensures that everything will be running through your system as smoothly as possible and prevent any unwanted bloating or congestion.
See the full nutritional low-down per 60g serving below:
Carbohydrates (of which sugars)
Fat (of which saturates)
Taste and Texture
The texture of the Complete Breakfast Smoothie is pretty spot on.
After giving it a quick whiz in a blender, it came out as smooth as a pair of tits.
Thick enough to get some sort of satisfaction, but not so much to a point where you’re having to constantly chew into it.
If you are not using a blender to mix this up, it can become quite problematic.
Thick slabs of fruit will commonly gather at the bottom of your bottle if you don’t shake it up properly (even with a mesh ball).
You’ve been warned.
Your forearms are going to have to go into overtime to cut through those pieces of fruit.
In terms of taste:
The Blueberry and Raspberry Complete Breakfast Smoothie is top draw with the mixture of berries giving it that extra tantilising dimension (sweet, but just right)
No unnatural aftertaste, no grainy powder, just pure fruitful gains to feed your muscles.
With water, it is absolutely great, but adding milk puts it into a whole different ball park.
Bulk Powders Complete Breakfast Smoothie is the perfect remedy to keep your diet in tact whilst on the move.
The carbohydrates are sufficient enough to keep glycogen stores high before a tough workout or for general replenishment post-workout.
It is also low GI (Glycaemic Index) which won’t spike your insulin levels and make you feel like crap after.
To top it off:
It’s high protein content is also satiating and does a great job of hitting the hunger spot without weighing you down (in part down to the minimal calories).
After completing a workout at 8 a.m. I usually guzzle this up around 9 a.m. and feel completely satisfied for a good 2 and a half hours where I’ll be craving a real wholesome brunch.
The point is:
As a supplement,
Bulk Powders Complete Breakfast Smoothie works exactly like one without replacing the need for real food which would be detrimental to both your gains and health in the long-run.
Having used this for the better part of 4 weeks, this has quickly become my go-to supplement during breakfast time and it usually goes down as a treat with some oats or eggs.
Value for Money
The Complete Breakfast Smoothie (Blueberry and Raspberry flavour) will set you back £15.99 for 1kg.
This offers extremely good value for money considering 1kg (16 servings) translates into 99p per serving!
At the time of writing, Bulk Powders Complete Breakfast Smoothie also works out to be a couple of quid cheaper compared to Myprotein’s Breakfast Smoothie.
As if that wasn’t enough:
Bulk Powders whack in a free complementary scoop to get you started.
Wrapping It Up
Bulk Powders Complete Breakfast Smoothie is, what I like to call, a “what you see is what you get” kind of supplement.
Its no-nonsense ingredient list combined with its high quality macronutrient ratio makes it an ideal aid for both cutting or bulking.
The best part?
It is also great at keeping your hunger at bay as well as helping to add in a few extra calories without filling you up before your next meal.
Whether you’re trying to cut back on binging, or simply looking for better ways of adding more protein into your diet, the Complete Breakfast Smoothie does not disappoint.
Buy Bulk Powders Complete Breakfast Smoothie
If you’d like to purchase the Complete Breakfast Smoothie, you can do so by heading over to the Bulk Powders website.
You can also make some huge savings on your order by making full use of a Bulk Powders promo code here.
Have you tried the Complete Breakfast Smoothie? Thinking of placing an order?
Let us know what you think in the comments section below!
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