The BEST Protein Hot Chocolate
Are you craving a hot chocolate?
I have the best recipe for you!
Skip the hot chocolate that is filled with sugar and make my recipe!
HOW TO MAKE THE BEST PROTEIN HOT CHOCOLATE
To make my protein hot chocolate I used chocolate Equip Prime Protein!
If you are sick of eggs for breakfast, make my hot chocolate recipe! You get 2 eggs and a huge punch of protein from Equip!
This would be perfect for your kids before school! It would help them to focus for classes and the protein will help build their bones! Yes, did you know the sheath of your bones is made up of protein? Do not skimp on your protein!
One easy way to boost your protein intakes is to add Equip Prime Protein to delicious recipes like hot chocolate!
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The BEST Protein Hot Chocolate
- 1 1/2 cups unsweetened macadamia nut milk (or coconut milk for a thicker drink)
- 2 large eggs (or 4 egg whites)
- 2 scoops Chocolate Equip Protein Powder
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (or coffee extract or mint extract)
- 1/8 teaspoon chocolate stevia (or stevia glycerite)
- 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon (omit if using coffee or mint extract)
- 1/8 teaspoon Redmond Real salt
- Heat the almond milk in a sauce pot over high heat until simmering.
- Meanwhile place the eggs, chocolate Equip, vanilla, cinnamon, stevia and salt into a blender. Puree the mixture and while the blender is running over slow speed, pour the hot almond milk into the blender. Taste and adjust sweetness to your liking.
- Garnish with whipped cream if desired! Click HERE to find the best Whipped Cream Dispenser!
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“Hi Maria! I have to share how you helped saved James!
James journey with Crohn’s began in May of 2001. He was put on all the usual suspects of medications. He would see little if any improvement and would spiral into horrible flare-ups. That’s when we were introduced to steroids. That seemed to be a constant from his gastro doctor.
Over the next year, he was hospitalized on and off for flare-ups and attempts with new medications, even a chemo pill. These were temporary improvements, basically a band-aid on a serious illness.
One day, I rushed him to the ER, and he had a fever of 105.2 and was having seizures. They put him in an ice bath immediately and heavy meds. His WBC was 33,000, and a normal WBC 1 4,500 to 11,000. He was admitted, and each day, his WBC 35,000 to 60, 000.
November 2002, still in the hospital, his WBC reached catastrophic levels. They found nodules inside the small intestines. It was sent to the MAYO clinic, and 5 days later, we had a devastating diagnosis… non Hodgkin’s lymphoma of the small intestines. Worse yet, he was too sick to receive chemo.
Finally, in ICU, he was removed from life support for the 13th time. I was about to leave for a desperate shower, and he coded. There was a blood clot in his lung. 22 minutes after coming off life support, he went right back on it. Now, he was in a 24-hour fight for life. He pulled through. More surgeries, more blood, and now he developed a fungal infection. Halt chemo, treat fungus, very slow moving to heal, back on chemo. After 2 weeks back off life support.
February 2003, we are still in ICU. The night before his release, he developed crippling pain in the bowel. His nurse refused to call the on call doctor. Something was wrong. 5am, they stormed his room and rushed him to surgery. His WBC was 175,000, and his vital organs were shutting down.
Now, as we are in March, he’s stable and back in PT. I requested a dietitian to speak with us. It seemed natural to me since this involved the bowel. They were shocked! I thought diet could have anything to do with his stomach. Weird, but ok. I left and went to the medical library that I had access to from school. I spent weeks learning about Keto and the positive outcomes of many illnesses, especially stomach issues.
We were released and started keto immediately! We were told it would be 2 years before he could walk again, work, drive, bath himself, and I told him… nope. We wasted enough time. We worked around the clock, and as keto was doing it’s magic he was gaining weight, 4800 to 6200 calories a day.
He was 84 pounds at his lowest and 91 pounds at release. By June 2003, he was walking unassisted, and by August, he was skateboarding again.
James was still in chemo, and within weeks of starting Keto, he went into full remission!
He came off of ALL his medications, and his bowel was not only showing no signs of inflammation… there were no visible signs of Chron’s.
By 2004, he was back to normal. We were both healthy from Keto and accepted that because of the Chemo, we’d never have kids. I guess there were other plans, and as I write this, I’m carrying our 3rd child naturally. I give a lot of credit to Keto and endless prayers.” -Liz
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