Protein Shake Recipes

The soon-to-be-released High-Antioxidant X Protein Meal is simply amazing. Built on the high antioxidant, cold-pressed cocoa only available in Xocai healthy chocolate products, this is one more first-to-market for MXI Corp!

A limited supply of this newest product was made available during the 5 Year Anniversary Celebration in Reno, NV on June 18 & 19, 2010. Due to such high demand, the release date was moved up a month and a half to mid-August. I was one of the fortunate few who was able to purchase a couple pouches of the product which is currently in use by 50 participants of the clinical trial. So although I’m not in the trial, I am on the product and already seeing results after just one day.

As I consume 2 shakes a day I’ll be trying new recipes and letting you know what works best. Here’s my favorite so far:

Chocolate Covered Cherries

2 scoops X Protein Meal powder (190 cal)
8 oz Knudson BlackCherry Spritzer (92 cal)
6 Cherries (frozen would be better than fresh) (31 cal)
1 oz prepared Activ (30 cal)
3-4 Ice Cubes

Blend til smooth. Great chocolate-covered-cherry taste!

343 Calories
21 gm Protein
56,500 ORACfn

About Joann

I am a Certified Christian Life Coach and I use my knowledge and talents to help others discover and live out their passion and destiny in life. I believe that there is no problem in life that God and/or healthy chocolate can't fix! Chocolate Freedom is my Xocai healthy chocolate distributorship. As a Chocoholic, I ate chocolate candy my whole life, until I learned about Xocai; that was in September of 2006 and I haven't looked back and don't plan on quitting! Whether you're only looking to consume Xocai healthy chocolate for your own health and enjoyment, or interested in getting paid for eating and sharing healthy chocolate with others, I would love to help you do that. You can send me a message, call me or visit my websites at: or to find out about the life-changing products & this international business opportunity.
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