5 Kitchen Must Haves!
By Shannon Kadlovski RNCP.
Changing your diet and lifestyle is a process accomplished over time. Our bodies need time to adjust to changes, so taking things slow and steady is the best approach. Making small changes, day by day, can lead to long-lasting results (which is ultimately what we want, right?).
So, you’re seeing more protein powders being sold at your favorite grocery, pharmacy and health food stores, and you’re hearing more and more of your friends and family are using protein supplements each and every day. But, you’re still unsure if you should use one too, and more importantly, which one is right for you.
When it comes to choosing a protein powder, not all things are created equal. As the largest exporter of dairy products in the world, New Zealand is recognized for having the strictest regulatory controls in the industry, including the highest standards for product safety and humane treatment of their dairy herds.
The New Zealand Food Safety Authority ensures cattle are never injected with antibiotics or GMO’s, and prohibits the use of recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH), or recombinant bovine somatotropin (rBST) which are steroids used in some countries such as the USA to artificially increase dairy production. Only Whey sourced from New Zealand can confidently lay claim these restrictions are implemented and enforced for public safety and consumption.