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Introduction

With more and more people using meal replacement shakes, more and more brands seem to be creating them. One such diet shake named Blessed Protein has had significant social media promotion (namely from the likes of Katya Henry), and looks to be a somewhat compelling product for those seeking a more natural way of shifting stubborn body fat.

In this Blessed Protein review, we’re analyzing the formula to establish what we believe consumers can and cannot expect from it.

Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation. This content is produced on a matter of public interest. Statements on this page are our honest opinion.

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What Is Blessed Protein?

Blessed Protein is a vegan protein shake / meal replacement created by a US-based sports nutrition brand named EHPlabs.

This product is available directly from the official Blessed Protein manufacturers website, Amazon, and select other retailers such as GNC.

One tub of Blessed Protein costs between $39.99-59.99 and contains 15-30 servings (depending on size).

Like many other products in the EHPlabs product range, Blessed Protein is targeted towards the health-conscious consumer, but also seems to be aimed towards those who are looking to lose weight.

The product itself is a complex of pea protein combined with some natural dietary fiber. EHPlabs describe blessed protein as a “plant-based superfood protein”.

Does Blessed Protein Work?

When it comes to answering this question, it really depends on what your end goal is.

If you are simply in the market for a vegan protein shake, then Blessed Protein is a very good (albeit expensive) choice.

If you’re looking for a shake that can help you shed some excess body fat, then it’s a little more complicated.

After carefully analyzing the ingredients inside Blessed protein, we believe that the formula itself isn’t going to produce any sort of “fat burning” effect, but if used as a meal replacement shake, Blessed Protein can potentially help you lose weight provided you have the willpower and determination.

The best parts about the Blessed Protein shake is that it’s low in calories, low in carbohydrates and reasonably high in protein; if you were to start replacing your three daily meals with a serving of this product, you’ll be significantly reducing your daily caloric intake to the point where losing weight will be unavoidable (though it’s important to note that you’ll probably feel low-energy and hungry).

This type of low calorie diet is what’s commonly known as a VLCD (very low calorie diet) – they’re tough to follow and do require some significant strength of character, but if you’ve got what it takes then you’ll undoubtably see good weight loss results.

The Pros & Cons Of Blessed Protein

Below we have listed what we believe are the positive and negative aspects of these shakes:

The Pros

  • Useful product for those looking for a vegan-friendly shake.
  • Low in calories.

The Cons

  • Product does not contain any ingredients that will directly and independently “burn fat”.
  • Product doesn’t contain any appetite reducing ingredients.
  • Very expensive product to use as a meal replacement.
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What Are The Blessed Protein Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for this product:

One 29g Serving Contains: Calories 120, Protein 23g, Sodium 320mg, Calcium 4mg, Potassium 51mg, Pea Protein Isolate, Sunflower Oil Creamer, Natural Flavors, Inulin Fiber, Cocoa Powder, Gum Arabic, Rock Salt, Natural Sweeteners, Physllium Seed Powder and Natural Annatto Seed Powder.

Is Blessed Protein Suitable For Everyone?

This product is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Pregnant or breastfeeding women may wish to speak to a healthcare professional prior to using this product.

Is Blessed Protein Safe?

This product is completely free from any banned or dangerous ingredients; we believe that it is completely safe for consumers provided that it is used as directed.

What Are The Blessed Protein Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Indigestion
  • Stomach discomfort
  • Bloating
  • Diarrhea [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

Are There Any Blessed Protein Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following reviews left by those who have used the product:

Tastes really good and i’m seeing decent weight loss by replacing my breakfast and lunch with a serving.

Really tasty shakes! Haven’t lost any weight yet but these are definitely some of the most well-mixing.

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Our Final Verdict On Blessed Protein

To conclude our Blessed Protein review, it’s a bit of a mixed bag – there are things that we like about it and things that we aren’t too blown away by.

Starting with the positives, Blessed Protein is a useful shake for those who are looking for a vegan friendly protein powder. Whether you’re just looking to add more protein into your diet or lose some weight using it as a meal replacement shake, it’s a great all-natural product that is relatively low in calories.

Blessed Protein does have some downsides too. This really is just a glorified vegan protein shake – there doesn’t really appear to be any groundbreaking ingredients inside this product that sets it apart from other vegan shakes; it seems to us that this product may just be a hyped up pea protein shake.

While the product can be useful for the purposes of weight loss if used as a meal replacement, Blessed Protein doesn’t contain any fat burning or appetite suppressing ingredients, meaning you shouldn’t really expect miraculous fat burning results from it.

Finally, the product isn’t as protein-packed as the whey protein alternatives – unless you particularly want a vegan shake, you can get more protein-per-serving using the milk-based shakes.

Marina Ma, MD
Marina Ma, MD
Staff Writer & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Marina has an MD from U-M and is a resident writer and fact checker at DietProbe.
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