Pineapple Protein Shake A Right Choice For Weight Loss
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In mid-1950s, when recreational and competitive bodybuilding became popular, Irvin P. Johnson began to market egg-based protein powders aimed specifically at bodybuilders and physical athletes. Today, the global dietary supplements market share (as of 2021) is valued at $151.9 billion and of that, the sub-segment of Proteins and Amino Acids are likely to witness the highest growth compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.4 per cent between 2022-2030. Protein supplements – be they in solid, liquid or powder form are being preferred courtesy the increasing awareness about health and diet consciousness.

Protein supplements, if not taken in excess, are seen to reduce blood pressure, total cholesterol and other risks for cardiovascular diseases. Protein also helps to bulk-up muscles in athletes who do strength training sessions like weight lifting and other resistance exercise training. Protein is also known to repair muscle and tissue and aid in recovery. 

The markets are flooded with different types of protein supplements including whey – which is water soluble and contains all the amino acids that the body needs and is easily digested; Casein which is rich in glutamine which aids in muscle recovery post rigorous gym sessions; Soy – seen an alternative to whey and casein; Pea protein – an alternative to soy and other dairy based proteins and hemp seeds which contain essential fatty acids. 

Preparation time: 5 minutes

Cooking time: 5 minutes

Servings: 1 


  • 1 cup - Almond Milk 
  • ½  cup – Frozen Pineapple 
  • 1 /3 - cup Frozen Mango 
  • ½ - Frozen Banana
  • 1 scoop Vanilla Powder


  • In a blender, pour in the almond milk first (when making a shake or a smoothie remember in to put in the liquid base first always, it helps to churn better)
  • Add frozen pineapple, mango and Banana 
  • Finally add the vanilla powder and blend to a smooth paste

Your Healthy Protein Shake is ready

Pineapples and bananas are rich sources of fibre and your answer to antioxidants which lower risk of diseases. Pineapples are also full of manganese, and great for diabetics too and help in lowering blood pressure. The juicy, nutritious shake boosts your metabolism – the body's ability to calorie-burn on its own and improve your digestive system as well. It is high in fibre and low in calories, making it right choice for weight loss.