Whole Food Protein Shake Recipes

Whole Food Protein Shake Recipes

Why Whole Food Protein Powders are better for you...

It is important for you to understand the significance of how whole food supplements and herbal remedies support your health and the natural healing lifestyle.

  • The difference between most over-the-counter vitamins and a natural whole food supplement
  • Why we don’t get enough nutrients from our diet
  • Why we need whole food supplementation and how it supports our health
  1.  So, what is a whole food supplement?
    Whole food supplements are concentrated nutrients from organically grown vegetables such as kale, Brussels sprouts, beets, and carrots, to name a few, as well as selected glandular extracts. These contain the highest level of vitamins, amino acids, phytonutrients and the myriad of other nutrients found in our foods. Now in contrast, a fractionated synthetic vitamin is an isolated nutrient. Many companies feel that parts of a vitamin can be synthesized and manufactured in chemically pure isolated from high concentration. However, you don’t find isolated vitamins in foods. They are always found as a complex within the foods we eat.  SP owns and farms over 1000 acres of certified organic land full of rich black soil laden with minerals and nutrients. Using sustainable agriculture techniques, they grow strong, vital plants for use in their whole food supplements.  Read more about the organic farms.
  2. You might ask: why don’t I get enough of these nutrients from the food I eat every day?
    This is a great question and we should all eat a wide variety of foods that provide some of those nutrients. Unfortunately, because of conventional farming techniques, only limited nutrients are available in the soil for the plants to draw from. Of even more concern, pesticides and herbicides inhibit the ability of the plants to draw certain nutrients from the soil and contribute to the toxins found in the foods we eat. Therefore, your best efforts to eat quality foods still may result in key nutrient deficiencies.
  3. Now, how does using whole food supplementation support your health?
    Many people encounter nutritional deficits in their daily lives because often the foods consumed and the lifestyle choices made cause imbalances within the body.  When your body is subject to nutritional imbalances or nutritional deficits for extended periods of time, it will lead to health problems. These health problems may result in many symptoms such as fatigue, joint pain, digestive issues, blood sugar imbalances, hormonal problems and the list goes on and on. When you replenish your body with the proper supplementation, derived from whole organic foods, your body can rebuild and regenerate in an amazing way. Your body’s main purpose is to maintain balance and optimal health.

    SP Complete offers essential whole food nutrition in a convenient powder.

    • Provides amino acids
    • Supports intestinal, muscular, and immune health
    • Provides antioxidant activity
    • Supports healthy liver function
    • Supports the body’s normal toxin-elimination function
    • Contains nondenatured whey proteins that have kept their nutritional integrity throughout the manufacturing process
    • Supports the maintenance of a healthy weight when combined with a healthy lifestyle


The SP Original Recipe

  • 8 oz. water (increase for desired consistency)
  • 1 Tbs. high-quality oil (e.g. flaxseed oil)
  • 1-1 ½ cups of your favorite fresh or frozen fruit or vegetables* (optional)
  • 2 rounded Tbs. (scoops) of SP Complete

 Strawberry Twist

  • 1 cup strawberries
  • 1 cup freshly juiced carrots
  • 1 Tbs. flaxseed oil
  • 2 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete
  • Ice cubes or cold water

Triple Delight

  • ½ cup fresh pineapple chunks
  • ½ banana
  • ½ cup frozen peaches
  • 2 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete
  • Ice cubes or cold water

Carrot Shake

  • 1 cup freshly juiced carrots
  • 1 tsp. roasted sesame oil
  • 2 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete
  • Ice cubes or cold water

Raw Soup

  • 1 pear (cored and peeled)
  • 1 apple (cored and peeled)
  • 2 Tbs. of your favorite oil
  • 1 cucumber (peeled)
  • 1 head of parsley chopped
  • 1 lemon (juiced)
  • 2 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete
  • 2 cups cold water

Dr. Agocs Special

  • 1 banana and/or ¾ cup strawberries 
  • 1 1/2 Tbs. freshly ground flaxseed
  • 2 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete
  • 1 cup water

The No-Milk Shake

Makes 2 servings.

  • ½ or 1 sliced ripe banana
  • 1 cup frozen peaches (or other frozen fruit)
  • 2 Tbs. high lignan flaxseed oil
  • 2 Tbs. cod liver oil
  • 4 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete
  • 2 cups cold water

Citrus Berry Splash

  • ½ cup blackberries
  • ¼ cup blueberries
  • ½ cup strawberries
  • ½ banana (optional)
  • The juice from 2 freshly squeezed oranges
  • 2 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete
  • Ice cubes or cold water

Banana Berry Blast

  • ½ cup blueberries
  • ½ cup strawberries
  • ½ banana
  • 2 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete
  • Ice cubes or cold water

Flecks o’ Flax

  • 1 small or ½ large banana
  • A handful of sweet grapes
  • ½ ripe pear or apple (cored & peeled)
  • 1 cup water
  • 2 heaping Tbs. of organic milled flaxseed (not oil)
  • Add 2 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete and pulse blender 4-5 times for a smooth consistency

Triple Berry Banana Bliss

  • ½ cup sliced ripe banana
  • 1 cup organic berries (mixture of blueberries, raspberries, & huckleberries)
  • ½ Tbs. flaxseed oil
  • 2 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete
  • Ice cubes or cold water

Dr. Malmed’s Frozen Fruit Blend

Makes 2 servings.

  • ½ sliced ripe banana
  • 1 whole ripe nectarine, cut up
  • 2-3 frozen strawberries
  • Several slices of frozen peaches
  • Small handful of frozen blueberries
  • 4 rounded Tbs. of SP Complete
  • 1 Tbs. flaxseed oil

Directions for all shakes

Thoroughly blend all ingredients together, adding ice cubes or cold water until the shake reaches desired consistency. You may make a large enough batch to last you through the day, but make sure to keep it refrigerated, and remix it as needed before pouring.

Tips for your shake:

  • Use frozen fruit and eliminate water/ice for a frosty, thick smoothie
  • Mangos or peaches give your shake a nice zing
  • Slice extra ripe bananas and freeze for easy use
  • Increasing fruit will increase the sweetness, but will also increase the calories and may interfere with weight management
  • Add stevia, honey or dates as a healthy sweetener
  • Adding a ¼ avocado per serving will make protein shake creamy