1st superfood

for smoothies

Get your protein from real food

Protein milkshakes are out, protein smoothies are in

100% plant-based protein and no nasty chemicals

Most protein powders on the market are heavily processed and mixed with all kinds of nasties.
Here at Boost Yourself, organic superfoods and pure nutrition are our specialities, so we made it our mission to create a plant-based protein blend without added fillers, sugars and preservatives to support your healthy diet and fitness goals.

Plant-based protein is considered a healthy protein

All proteins are initially made by plants. Plant-based proteins are easier to digest than animal-based proteins, plus they are rich in phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fibre.

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1st Superfood Protein

... is the first protein blend made for smoothies

Most protein powders on the market are heavily processed and mixed with all kinds of nasties. We are here to change that and by creating the first plant-based protein blend for smoothies lead that change.

Less ingredients and only 100% good-for-you natural nutrition from nature and nothing else.

  • 20g protein in 1 serving

  • Tastes great in smoothies

  • 100%

  • micro-
    nutrients from superfoods

  • No nasty chemicals

  • vegan approved

Fun Fact

Elephants are one of the strongest animals in the world and they get their protein from plants.

20g protein in 1 serving

Whether you're eating to build muscle, slim down or just want to maintain your fantastic body. Your body doesn't store protein, so it's important to get enough protein in your diet each day.

pea protein

Pea protein

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Hemp protein

Extra nutritional value by different superfoods

Cacao & Maca

Maca is an adaptogen, which is a group of plants that come with balancing properties that either boost energy or relieve stress, depending on what the body needs. It has been used as a caffeine-free plant-based performance enhancer since the days of the Inca warriors.

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Spirulina & Moringa

The concentration of protein and vitamins in spirulina has led many to classify it as the “most nutrient dense food on the planet” and it has inhabited the earth for around 3.5 billion years.

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Hemp & Chia

Hemp protein is the most easily digestible protein source for the human body.

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How to use it?

All you need is some fresh fruit, cup of berries and a glass of water. Put all the ingredients into a blender, add two tablespoons of 1st Superfood Protein, blend it for a minute and done.
Simple as that!

The result is a delicious and nutritious smoothie that gives you the much-needed protein boost.

P.S. Every order comes with recipes, that’ll keep you full, strong and satisfied.

1st superfood protein package guide

Less than 5 minutes

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Good for your body

Takes you only 2 minutes prep time, 1 minute blending and you’ll be rewarded with an energy booster, that makes a ...

  • great breakfast
  • pre-workout snack
  • post-workout replenishment
  • after-dinner treat

It doesn’t matter whether you want to lose fat, build muscle, boost your energy or just be healthy.

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Supports healthy weight loss

Helps to maintain your fantastic figure

Builds more lean muscle

100% plant-based protein for healthy and balanced diet


100% plant-based protein for fitness goals

Healthy meal replacement

Boosts energy and endurance

Reduces post-workout recovery time

Why do you need protein?

Quality protein foods are essential for a healthy and balanced diet, but also for achieving your fitness goals. Protein is an essential building block to cell growth and regeneration, meaning that protein is required to keep your blood circulating, skin regenerating, muscles repairing and bones strong.

  • Protein is an important building block for bones, muscles, skin and blood.
  • Body uses protein to build and repair tissue.
  • Unlike fat and carbohydrates, the body does not store protein.

“Proteins are often said to act as building blocks for the lean tissues in our bodies. But they serve many other important functions in body regulation, supportive immune function and a variety of other roles in our physiology.” - Maya Adam, MD Stanford University

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