The supplements that didn’t make our ‘protocol’ list (Nutrient/Food boosters)

November 17, 2019 by  
Filed under The Fitness Bug

The 2nd half of 2019 has had me creating posts, that answer a lot of questions that come my way.
 
There are… And I expect a lot of questions too. As I’m meeting 1-5 new people, every other day.
 
I myself, am living the S-curve Xperience. And have been, for the best part of the 10 years that this website has been in existence.
 
So everyone who connects with ‘me’, is automatically exposed to it.
 
Which often times… Leads to DM’s like this…
 
 
 
The page I sent him to (Link behind the image), is about 1 year old now. Which is still pretty recent.
 
Which means that I would have had to sit down and explain everything in that one chat, had I not created that post in advance.
 
In the previous newsletter. I touched on the topic of supplements. And you should indeed follow what was said there, if you’re currently involved within the S-curve Xperience.
 
And inline with creating posts, that answer questions that come my way. It’s time to highlight some supplements, that were (And still are) in heavy circulation, within the chat messages.
 
Before we do that though. Let me remind you about the food types list. That we still update today…
 
#1 Tasty A rated foods   
 
#2 – The A-C rated S-curve meal structure foods
 
#3 – Foods that contain a high nutrient, that is rare for it’s food type (Protein in wild rice)
 
#4 – Foods that have higher than usual amount of grams, for it’s food type (Bulgar wheat)
 
#5 Foods that keep you feeling full 
 
#6 The restaurant foods/recipes that we find on our travels
 
We of course, have a complete list behind the scenes. But you’ll also have your own version too.
 
Having a list like this, stuck on a whiteboard or fridge door. Will keep the S-curve meal structure cemented at the forefront of your mind.
 
You’ll turn into a mini-me.
 
As in… I can look at any food source. And instantly know what ‘I’ need to do with it. At any given time.
 
You’ll do this when buying supplements too. From scanning food labels.
 
Let’s now dig into those supplements…
 

Hemp protein

Hemp protein
Hemp protein
 
 
Why you’ll take it:
 
– Similar to Casein… It will leave you feeling fuller, for longer. Which of course, keeps you from munching on D-F rated foods, in between meals.
 
Especially if you work in an environment where you have easy access to foods like that.
 
– The high fiber will hit you when you take it. And just like other high fiber foods. It’s all about making you sh*t out the stuff your body doesn’t need.
 
– It’s all the benefits that you get from hemp seeds. Just in powder form. So yes… It’s all about adding it to shakes and smoothies.
 
Most people who are coached as S-curve members, don’t like the taste of supplement powders. This is no different.
 
And the solution as always. Is to blend (A long time favorite) it with other food types.
 
Just use the S-curve meal structure to figure out what you can add.
 
 

Hydro whey

Hydro whey
Hydro whey
We had this on our lists, all the whey (pun intended) back in 2010).
 
How we use it today?
 
Well… We all know that the standard whey protein is a protocol S-curve Xperience supplement that you should have in your kitchen from day one, as an S-curve member.
 
– It acts as a replacement for sugar (Like when eating cereals)
 
– It acts as a nutrient booster to your main meals
 
– It’s a back up, when you’re running short on time to eat complete meals
 
– Tailored daily exercise videos…
 
 
 
S-curve workouts in general…
 
You’ll always get fast digesting proteins inside you. Which is important when you’re on your way to 60% ‘soft lean’ S-curvish results… 
 
@brennannrose
S-curve partner program member @brennannrose
 
Hydrowhey... Is something you buy, when you decide to go beyond 60% S-curvish results. A goal which takes 1-3 months to achieve.
 
60-100% S-curvish usually takes longer. Because it’s harder to achieve.
 
You have to get more precise with EVERYTHING, in order to get there. 
 
Hydrowhey is a level up from standard whey. And will ‘help’ with that goal.
 
In S-curve world. The goal for the majority, is to reach at least 60% S-curvish. To then start enjoying parts 2-4 of the S-curve Xperience.
 
Reaching 90-100% S-curvish over time, is an OK thing.
 
90-100% S-curvish @josineves
90-100% S-curvish @josineves
 
It’s a happier process.
 
So the best thing to do. Is to buy it, once you reach 60% S-curvish. And to start using that over time, instead of standard whey protein. IF… Your goal is to reach 90-100% S-curvish.
 
Also… You’ll probably find yourself farting less, when you take hydro whey. All due to the magic of the formula that they’ve created.
 

Pea protein

Pea protein
Pea protein
 
So… You see that food list types above?
 
Well… One question that used to come up was…
 
‘I’m vegetarian… How will I get protein from foods, without eating animals’?
 
Today… Some know the answer to that. Some don’t. Fact of the matter is, that you can indeed find protein in other food sources. Which are highlighted in our complete food list types.
 
Peas, are of course, categorised as a plant. So if you have found yourself asking such a question. Then this is a supplement that should be on YOUR food types list.
 
 

To conclude

 
There are a lot of supplement options out there in the world.
 
The ones mentioned above, came into our conversations, because they play a role in helping us achieve a goal, at some stage of the S-curve formula’s 12 month process.
 
We’re always adding items, products and Xperiences to our S-curve platform. So expect to see ‘this’ list, update and grow over time.
 
 
The latest
 
 
Nutrition focused ONLY weekends be like…
 
 
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