Garden of Life RAW Fit Protein

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Garden of Life RAW Fit Protein

  • Support healthy blood sugar levels and burn fat naturally with the power of Svetol Green Coffee Bean Extract, RAW Food Created Chromium, Organic Cinnamon, and Organic Sprouted Grains
  • Help regulate your cortisol levels and manage stress related cravings with RAW Organic Ashwagandha
  • Build lean muscle mass, help repair it after work-outs and sustain it on a sensible meal plan with 28g of RAW certified organic plant protein–a complete protein with 13 organic sprouts and a biological value of 98.2%!
  • Naturally filling and satisfies hunger with RAW Organic Soluble and Insoluble Fiber from certified organic grains, seeds, legumes and fruits
  • Promotes healthy and comfortable digestion and elimination with live probiotics and enzymes

RAW Fit RAW Fit is a USDA Certified Organic, RAW, plant-based vegan high-protein powder that is an easy way to increase your protein intake. It has a mild, slightly sweet flavor that mixes great with your favorite food or beverage and contains RAW, organic and clinically studied ingredients to help you burn fat, maintain healthy blood sugar, boost your energy, lose weight and look great!* RAW Fit Benefits RAW Fit supports healthy blood sugar levels and burns fat naturally with the power of Sv


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  1. 205 of 217 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    although short on servings, plentiful in weight-loss support!!!!, March 15, 2014
    By 
    Lissy

    This review is from: Garden of Life RAW Fit Protein (Health and Beauty)
    As other reviewers have stated, this product has a ridiculously small number of servings per container, HOWEVER….that’s because it’s not just a protein powder. As I was reading through these reviews, comparing this product to their regular raw protein, I just couldn’t believe that no one was discussing that the elevation in price, compared to number of servings was due to the fact that this product is enhanced with green coffee bean extract (which, in itself, is a VERY expensive health & weight-loss supplement) as well as Ashwaganda, which promotes immune-system health, curbs the production of cortisol (stress-related cravings, anyone?) and enhances your feeling of fullness, so you aren’t looking to snack soon after drinking your shake. The flavor itself is worth the five star rating, compared to their regular protein powder flavor, which I normally have to cover up by blending with fruit (added sugar = huge enemy of weight loss, even though it’s natural). I have been absolutely AMAZED and grateful for how satisfied I feel throughout the day, just by drinking two of these shakes, and having one regular meal. To me, it was a God-send…truly. With a 24/7 at-home business, I fight stress-related cravings like nobody’s business and I have tried many things to get rid of this destructive tendency of mine. This does it for me! So, thank you, RAW Fit! And, truly, when you consider the fact that you are replacing an entire meal with the shake, and you can usually get it on sale somewhere for somewhere around $25-30, that’s only 2-3 dollars per meal! Not bad for a meal that will keep you full and help you lose weight, at the same time.

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  2. 224 of 257 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    High Heavy Metal Content, June 5, 2014
    By 
    Diana

    This review is from: Garden of Life RAW Fit Protein (Health and Beauty)

    I practice weight-lifting and eat a paleo diet, so I was looking for a paleo-approved protein. I thought I scored gold when I found these tubs on sale (+ coupons) at my local Whole Foods (more on that later…)

    I’ve tried my fair share of conventional whey protein powders and supplements. Best one I’ve taken (in regards to flavor, protein content, and mixability) was Optimum Nutrition. But once I made the switch to paleo, I had to find a protein that reflected my new nutritional standards.

    Previous conventional powders I have tried tasted just awful and very watery (go-figure) when mixed with water. Your only options were to go the higher-calorie route and mix it with milk, or toughen up, ready your “I-just-got-a-whiff-of-poo” face, and gulp it down like a champ with water. The latter option became more difficult the more I repeated it. So, the lesson to learn here is that, unless you are mixing your protein powder (any kind) with milk, don’t expect it to taste like a milkshake that would bring all the boys to the yard #jussayin’

    I purchased the Marley Coffee flavor (ahh, the name brings back memories of Jamaica). I mix it with water and drink it no problem. The taste resembles a mixture of chalk (it’s very chalky) and a little bit of flour, with a hint of coffee. I know what you’re thinking, that sounds disgusting. But it’s tolerable and certainly drinkable to me. Perhaps I haven’t had enough servings to make me want to gag with every sip yet? Who knows. Never tried it with milk so I can’t comment on that.

    From my experience, it is quite difficult to fully mix powdered protein into liquid with nothing but a spoon. Optimum was the best brand I used in terms of mixability, and even so, it still left me with some small face-cringing clumps of pure powder at times. This powder did an even better job than Optimum, and I experienced no such clumps. #winning

    The scoop is large and the protein content per serving is very high (28g) compared to other powders, but there are indeed only 10 servings per tub. And as with any tub of protein, the size of the tub is very deceiving and they never fill it all the way up (Can you say environmental waste? Ughh at least I do my part and recycle…) Typically a tub of protein is 3/4 full.This tub almost seemed to be just halfway full. If anyone wants to get back to me on the definitive reason why companies use larger-than-needed tubs, I’d appreciate it. #savethepetrochemicals

    This protein contains organic plants compounds that aid in weight loss, such as green coffee bean extract. #coolbeans #LOLseewhatIdidthere? #Idon’tlikehastagssoI’mnotsurewhyI’musingthem

    It includes a probiotic and enzyme blend to aid digestion. However, I am a bit skeptical of the effectiveness of probiotics that don’t require refrigeration, but moving along..

    It’s free of all the nasties: think gluten, soy, dairy, artificial flavors and sweeteners, preservatives, pesticides, antibiotics, synthetic hormones, ect.

    So based on all of the above characteristics, I would give this protein 5/5 stars. But there’s another characteristic that forces me to ignore everything I like about it and instead rate it with 1 star: heavy metal content.

    There’s some controversy going around about the high heavy metal content in this protein, as well as in other plant-based proteins. Mike Adams, editor for Natural News, conducted experiments on popular protein powders to test for heavy metal content.

    The main culprit for the high heavy metal content is brown rice protein (the #1 ingredient in this product). Mike Adams discussed this issue on the Dr. Oz show not too long ago. Most of this rice comes from China where it becomes heavily contaminated with heavy metals due to the lack of industrial regulation over there. As reported by Natural News: “Chinese government admits one-fifth of farm lands heavily contaminated with toxic heavy metals like cadmium, arsenic and lead.” Uhhh yeah, not good… #don’tbuyfoodfromChina #anyoneknowwheretofindtilapiathatdoesn’tcomefromChina?

    From what I’ve read, Garden of Life is currently responding to the experimental findings by working on reducing the heavy metal content by paying more attention to their sources and testing for the contaminants regularly, although their products won’t reflect such lowered levels until 2015 (info also from an article on the Natural News website – sorry, guys. Amazon won’t let me provide external links. You gotta Google this stuff).

    Thanks to chemtrails and industrial pollution, it’s now pretty much impossible to avoid heavy metals in food :/ But from my understanding, the heavy metal content that is currently part of Garden of Life products is at an unacceptable level. Even the goal levels that they aim to reach by 2015 (see Natural News website) are also unacceptable. I think we can all agree that any amount of heavy…

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  3. 23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    WOW! This works great., July 24, 2014
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    Rayca “Rayca” (San Francisco, CA) –

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    As others have posted, this is pretty expensive and the taste isn’t like a milkshake- However, as another reviewer noted, it’s $3 per serving. Any latte or other snack food one might buy every day would cost at least that much. I think that’s a pretty fair price. This isn’t a drink you want to have sit around and sip. It does separate easily and clump, so I found it’s best to stir it up (or blender it) and drink it down. Some folks make awesome-sounding smoothies with it. I don’t mind the taste but the after taste lingers until you eat. A little backstory on me: I quit drinking coffee 13 years ago, so you can see I would be scepticle of trying this because it’s made with coffee beans. Although it’s decaf, when you haven’t had coffee for that long, believe me, it affects you enormously (even in small doses). Well it did not disappoint. I managed to sleep well the first night, woke up refreshed and in a GREAT mood. I figured it was this drink I had. My energy soared the next day and I drank one more glass. I did have a fitful sleep last night so this morning I cut the dose in half. I’m telling you, I’m a light weight :) . However, the interesting thing is how it’s supposed to support good blood levels. I have both diabetes and HBP running in my family so I test myself for those. I’m getting older and my BP usually runs in the 140s / mid-high 80s. This morning it was 123/80 !. I was stunned. BG is a little easier for me to manipulate with food but BP usually involves routine exercise to keep that in check. This is just a winner on so many levels. I think (for me) this is a good product to use when those weight loss plateaus happen. Or for folks that are “cutting.” This will work like a charm for that. I don’t even think about food but when I do eat, I am hungry for it and food just hits the spot. No overly hungry or overcompensating. Nothing like that, so far. I wouldn’t want to get to used to it for fear your body will increase the tolerance for it and it would stop working.

    ******UPDATE******July 30, 2014

    I got through the 5-day quick start, for weight loss. It was not very hard, at all. A few hunger bumps, but most of the time I had to remember to eat. This is a good product. I bought the other Fit Raw, without Marley coffee. It tastes like cake batter. It’s sooooo good. I also bought the herbal d-tox. So I’m going to do that when I feel I need it. I’m taking the shakes only for breakfast now. Once I lose the amount of weight I want, I’ll take the pills that’s part of the program, for maintenance.

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