SUPPLEMENT SPOTLIGHT: Strong & Lean and Greens

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This month we are going to look at the best 1-2 punch supplement combo we offer, which is Strong & Lean (Premium Whey Protein) and Greens. The reason I call these supplements a 1-2 punch is because they are two of the most beneficial supplements we offer, and they are also a great combo to mix together, either in a smoothie, a protein shake, or really anything. 

I am going to start off by telling you a little bit about why both supplements are beneficial on their own, and then talk about some great ways to drink them together.

Strong & Lean

What Does It Do?

One of the main benefits of Strong & Lean is the impact it has on muscle growth and recovery. It promotes protein synthesis (which is how your body produces protein) as well as helps with recovery after a workout, which is when most muscle growth actually takes place. Consuming this extra protein also makes sure that your body has enough nutrients to actually build muscles. If you have trouble getting enough protein in your diet or just want some more in order to help your strength gains, this is a great tool to help you out.

Premium Quality

One thing that sets our Strong & Lean supplement apart from most whey proteins that you will see out there is the quality of the ingredients and the way it is produced. One of the big differences is that Strong & Lean is cold-pressed as opposed to being heat treated (which is a cheaper alternative). Heat treating whey protein is a very common method of production because it is a lot easier and less expensive. But the outcome of that process is a lower quality supplement, as many important nutrients are damaged and broken down, often making them harder to absorb. Cold pressing also involves microfiltration, which removes impurities from the supplement.

A few other things that make Strong & Lean stand out are that it uses all-natural ingredients and no artificial flavors, sweeteners, or dyes. We believe in consuming real foods, so we aim to provide the most natural products we can with no fillers or unnecessary toxic ingredients. And one of the best parts is that it only contains 8g of carbs so it can easily fit into any diet style you are currently following.


If you have read any of our blogs in the past or are familiar with any of our nutrition coaching, then you probably know that we are not the biggest fans of vegetables (mostly because of the toxins they contain). But that is not to say that vegetables do not have anything good in them, we just avoid them because the bad significantly outweighs the good.

So then why do we sell a Greens supplement? Our Greens are essentially all the good things in fruits and vegetables, but none of the bad. This includes many vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other nutrients that help contribute to an overall healthy lifestyle. Some of these nutrients aid in the removal of toxins from the body, decreasing inflammation, pain relief, and boosting liver health.

What Now?

Now that you know what these supplements do and what gives them their value, what should you do next? Well, the first step is getting some Strong & Lean and Greens for yourself. But before you do that, I am going to give you a few recipes for my favorite ways to use these supplements together.


Pina Colada
  • 1 cup Unsweetened Coconut Water
  • 1 scoop GCP Vanilla Whey
  • 1 Frozen Banana
  • 1/2 cup Frozen Pineapple
  • 1 tbsp Shredded Coconut
  • 1 scoop GCP Greens
Shamrock Shake
  • 1 cup Unsweetened Coconut Milk
  • 1 scoop GCP Vanilla Whey
  • 1 scoop GCP Greens
  • 2 drops of Peppermint Extract
  • Sugar-Free Whipped Cream
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