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Simple, Yet Potent: Behind Our 7 Ingredient Formula

Simple, Yet Potent: Behind Our 7 Ingredient Formula

Since our launch, we have been frequently asked, “only seven ingredients?”  Our simple, yet potent formula was intentionally made with exactly those two purposes in mind: simple and potent.  Through my many years of curating my smoothie, especially during my vegan years, I used all the “superfood” proteins. Don’t get me wrong, their marketing is enticing. Who doesn’t want to get hundreds of difficult-to-find superfoods in their body all in one shake? Although packaged foods with “many ingredients” often get a bad rap for their many unhealthy ingredients, these long lists of ingredients often all fall into the “healthy category”...

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Mighty Blends Mighty Blendz

Why Saturated Fats ARE Healthy Fats

When first seeing the Mighty Blendz packaging & nutrition label, most customers are super excited about the health benefits of the product including the high-protein, healthy fats, prebiotic fiber, and leafy greens. That is until they flip over the packaging and find our nutrition label: the first question is always: why “so much” saturated fat? The saturated fats from MCT oil in Mighty Blendz are not there by accident, we included them intentionally and for good reason. Well, if you asked us, we would say that the 16 grams of saturated fat in Mighty Blendz really is not that much!...

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Why Collagen?

Why Collagen?

Since Mighty Blendz launched, we’ve continued to get many questions around collagen.  What is collagen? Why use it over other protein sources? Is collagen vegan? Why don’t you use a vegan protein powder? First & foremost: What is Collagen? Think of collagen as the glue that holds your body together. Collagen makes up more than one-third of your total protein, and is the most abundant protein in the body. It acts as a building block for healthy bones, teeth, muscles, skin, joints and connective tissues.[1] Specifically, collagen is rich in amino acids such as glycine, proline and hydroxyproline—the amino acids...

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