Revitalizing energy with plant proteins: A 60-year-old working woman's experience: Rupi's story

Revitalizing energy with plant proteins: A 60-year-old working woman's experience: Rupi's story

From the vantage point of my 60 years, one thing has become crystal clear - energy is no longer a limitless resource. I teach music to over 200 children in a month and my days are packed with classes. I have realised, I need to constantly replenish my energy to keep up with them and the music classes. And after careful research and trials, I've discovered a goldmine in plant proteins. 

It wasn’t an overnight decision. I spent years struggling with fatigue and looking for the ideal solution. My search ended when I decided to step away from my tried-and-true routine, throw caution to the wind and try something completely out of my comfort zone. That's when I took the plunge into the world of plant proteins. 

Energy is not merely a 'nice-to-have' for me. It's a necessity. Whether it's getting through my work day, keeping up with my grandkids, or simply wanting to feel vibrant and healthy - I need energy. And plant proteins have proven to be an effective solution. I picked this protein powder, which tastes delicious and has just the right mix of superherbs with high protein content per serving.

Being an active, working woman at my age requires some planning. It also involves knowing what my body needs to sustain that activity. And plant proteins? They've become an integral part of that equation.

Here's the exciting part. Not all plant proteins are created equal. Some are more potent than others. So I decided to pick a dual plant based protein. 

Here are three things I look for when I am buying protein

It should taste good because my tongue has to approve

It should energise me from the start 

It should be vegan but must have added superherbs so I don't have to eat them separately

As I went looking in the market for such proteins I came across a recommendation from a friend for Gytree's dual plant based protein. It is delicious, because it tastes like sattu, something we all like here in India. And I have been drinking that consistently.

There is a misconception that one should only have proteins when going to the gym. That's wrong. I don't go to the gym every day and I still feel that a daily protein shake improves my day no matter what.

Since taking the protein, I think I started in November 2023, I have had four important benefits.

Higher energy levels

My hairfall has come down. Actually I realised only now that proteins repair the hair by boosting the inner protein in the body

I also have some pains because I am in my sixties, and those have reduced quite a bit as well

I have not stopped having the protein, and I take one serving a day and it's good on my gut as well. It doesn't have added sugar, and that's a good thing.

So ladies, if you're looking for a sustainable and effective way to boost your energy, give plant proteins a try. You might be surprised by how much of a difference they can make.

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