DrivenWhey 10 Serving

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DRIVEN WHEY™ is unrivaled by any other protein on the market today, and here’s why. First, our advanced, low-temperature processing of whey protein concentrates and isolates results in the highest possible rate of amino acid delivery to your skeletal muscles. Second, the flavor is a-MAZ-ing!

What this means for you is that we refuse to save a buck by compromising on quality. Whether your goal is to increase muscle mass, lose weight, burn fat or just add pure, lean protein to your diet, DRIVEN WHEY™ is the optimal supplement to drive your performance to new heights.*

What is Driven Whey?

With 23 grams of muscle building pure whey protein per serving, including BCAAs, Driven Whey helps repair muscle tissues, which speeds recovery and maximizes muscle growth.*

Protein is extremely important for the growth and repair of muscle tissue. Research has proven that taking protein before and after workouts is the best way to spark new muscle growth, speed muscle tissue repair, and gain more lean muscle than ever before. Pure isolate whey proteins are the ideal way to do this, because they contain key muscle building amino acids.

BCAAs are amino acids that are not produced in your body; instead, they have to be introduced into the body through diet. Pure isolate whey protein powder ensures your body is getting the adequate dose of daily BCAAs in order to gain strength and mass while guarding against loss of muscle, because it is rich in whole chain amino acids (BCAA) leucine, isoleucine and valine. Training increases the need for BCAAs, which make up one third of muscle protein;including it before and after workouts is essential to getting the gains you work for and increasing your ability to get better muscle recovery.

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It has been a long held belief in the sport science community that protein intake to support recovery is directly related to the SIZE of the individual athlete. We have all read the recommendations for weight training athletes that go something along the lines of, 1 gram of protein per kilogram of body weight or .5 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight per day. This is followed by a recommendation for post workout protein intake, again what is needed for proper recovery and again based on bodyweight. Read more…

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  1. Sugar Free Chocolate Peanut Butter FudgeINGREDIENTS
    Chocolate layer:
    ¾ cup coconut oil
    1 cup raw cacao powder
    2 tablespoons full-fat canned coconut milk
    1 scoop Driven Nutrition Whey (optional)
    Top layer:
    1 cup creamy almond butter (or any nut butter)
    ⅓ cup coconut oil
    2 tablespoons full-fat canned coconut milk
    ½ teaspoon sea salt
    - - -
    Mix together chocolate ingredients in saucepan until melted. Pour into 4x8 lined bread pan. Place in freezer. Mix almond butter later together. Pour on top of chocolate layer. Freeze for 2 hours. Serve at room temp.

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  2. Cinnamon roll protein pancakes🔹1scoop Driven cinnamon roll protein powder
    🔹1tsp baking powder
    🔹3tbsp egg whites or 1 whole egg
    🔹a couple splashes of water/almond milk for batter consistency

    Pour onto a skillet and flip like normal pancakes!

    Only 5g carbs without syrup
    With whole egg 9.5gfats and 30gprotein
    With egg whites 2.5g fatsand 28g protein

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  3. CW Hemp Infused Creams and Balms

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  4. Live to Learn

    I'm not an inspirational speaker. I've never lost a limb on a mountainside, metaphorically or otherwise. And I'm certainly not here to give career advice, because, well, I've never really had what most would consider a job. However, I have had large groups of people listening to what I say for quite a few years now and it's given me an inflated sense of self-importance. So, I will now, at the ripe old age of 37.9 bestow upon you nine life lessons.

    One: You don't have to have a dream. Americans on talent shows always talk about their dreams. Fine, if you have something you've always wanted to do, dreamed of in your heart, go for it. After all, it's something to do with your time, chasing a dream. And if it's a big enough one, it'll take you most of your life to achieve, so by the time you get to it and are staring into the abyss of the meaninglessness of your achievement, you'll be almost dead, so it won't matter. I never really had one of those dreams and so I advocate passionate dedication to the pursuit of short-term goals. Be micro-ambitious. Put your head down and work with pride on whatever is in front of you. You never know where you might end up. Just be aware, the next worthy pursuit will probably appear in your periphery, which is why you should be careful of long-term dreams. If you focus too far in front of you, you won't see the shiny thing out the corner of your eye.

    Two: Don't seek happiness. Happiness is like an orgasm. If you think about it to much, it goes away. Keep busy and aim to make someone else happy and you might find you get some as a side effect. We didn't evolve to be constantly content. Contented Homo Erectus got eaten before passing on their genes.

    Three: Remember, it's all luck. You are lucky to be here. You are incalculably lucky to be born. Understanding that you can't truly take credit for your successes, nor truly blame others for their failures will humble you and make you more compassionate. Empathy is intuitive but is also something you can work on intellectually.

    Four: Exercise. I'm sorry you pasty, pale, smoking philosophy grads, arching your eyebrows into a Cartesian curve as you watch he human movement mob winding their way through the miniature traffic cones of their existence, you are wrong and they are right. Well, you're half right. You think, therefore you are, but also you jog, therefore you sleep, therefore you're not overwhelmed by existential angst. You can't be Kant and you don't want to be. Play a sport, do yoga, pump iron, run whatever, but take care of your body. You're going to need it. Most you of mob are going to live to nearly 100 and even the poorest of you will achieve a level of wealth that most humans throughout history could not have dreamed of. And this long, luxurious life ahead you is going to make you depressed.

    Five: Be hard on your opinions. A famous bon mot asserts that opinions are like assholes and that everyone has one. There is great wisdom in this, but I would add that opinions differ significantly from assholes in that yours should be constantly and thoroughly examined. We must think critically, and not just about the ideas of others. Be hard on your beliefs. Take them out on the veranda and hit them with a cricket bat. Be intellectually rigorous. Identify your biases, your prejudices, your privileges. Most of society's arguments are kept alive by a failure to acknowledge nuance. We tend to generate false dichotomies and then try to argue one point using two entirely different sets of assumptions, like two tennis players trying to win a match by hitting beautifully executed shots from either end of separate tennis courts.

    Six: Be a teacher. Please, please, please be a teacher. Teachers are the most admirable and important people in the world. You don't have to do it forever, but if you're in doubt about what to do, be an amazing teacher. Even if you're not a teacher, be a teacher. Share your ideas. Don't take for granted your education. Rejoice in what you learn and spray it.

    Seven: Define yourself by what you love. I found myself doing this thing a bit recently where if someone asks me what sort of music I like, I say, "Well, I don't listen to the radio because pop song lyrics annoy me" or if someone asks me what food I like, I say, "I think truffle oil is overused and slightly obnoxious". And I see it all the time online, people who's idea of being part of a sub-culture is to hate Coldplay or football or feminists or the Liberal Party. We have a tendency to define ourselves in opposition to stuff. As a comedian, I make my living out of it. But try to also express your passion for things you love. Be demonstrative and generous in your praise of those you admire. Send thank you cards and give standing ovations. Be pro-stuff, not just anti-stuff.

    Eight: Respect people with less power than you. I have in the past made important decisions about people I work with, agents and producers, big decisions based largely on how they treat the wait staff in the restaurants we're having the meeting in. I don't care if you're the most powerful cat in the room, I will judge you on how you treat the least powerful. So there.

    Nine, finally: Don't rush. You don't need to already know what you're going to do with the rest of your life. Don't panic. You will soon be dead. Life will sometimes seem long and tough and god, it's tiring. And you will sometimes be happy and sometimes sad and then you'll be old and then you'll be dead. There is only one sensible thing to do with this empty existence, and that is, fill it. Not "fillet", fill it. Life if best filled by learning as much as you can about as much as you can, taking pride in whatever you're doing, having compassion, sharing ideas, running, being enthusiastic, and then there's love and travel and wine and sex and art and kids and giving and mountain climbing, but you know all that stuff already. It's an incredibly exciting thing, this one meaningless life of yours. Good luck and thank you for indulging me.

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  5. Oatmeal Peanut Butter BitesIn a food processor combine:
    *1 Scoop of Driven Nutrition Cinnamon Whey Protein
    *1 tsp of cinnamon
    *1 tsp vanilla extract
    *1/4 cup of whipped peanut butter
    *3 tablespoons of warm water

    Next, use a spatula to mix in 1/2 cup Quaker gluten free oats and 2 tablespoons semi sweet chocolate mini morsels.

    Make 6 balls with this mixture and place in the refrigerator for about one hour or until firm, then enjoy!

    Macros for Entire batch:
    60g Carbs
    37g Fat
    42g Protein

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