BioTRUST Protein Review and SUPERCHARGED Smoothies

I recently received a box of supplements from a new company called BioTRUST. 

BioTRUST Protein ReviewThese guys are jumping in to a pretty competitive market in coming out with a protein powder, but their product has some unique properties that you can’t find anywhere else.

I’ve been minimizing my protein powder intake and I limit my consumption to about 2 or 3 smoothies per week. I recommend you do the same and get most of your calories from real food.

At the same time, you can’t beat the convenience of smoothies when you need something quick or to take with you on the run.

So I’ve put together a little video review of BioTRUST’s new protein powder below.

In the video I also reveal my “SUPERCHARGED” Meal Replacement Smoothie Formula. 

Follow this formula and you’re sure to hit all your nutritional bases for when you need to down a shake instead of a real whole food meal that’s packed with nutritional value.

Check it out here:

Right now, you can get 3 bottles of BioTRUST protein for the price of 2, as well as FREE shipping.

I think the free shipping offer ends Friday or Saturday, so make sure to check it out.

And because I’m 100% transparent with you if you do decide to purchase BioTRUST protein, I may receive a commission.

But I want to give you the option to purchase through my link and hook me up or if you for some reason don’t want to, I’m not going to force your hand: <– hook Eric up :) <– Eric won’t get hooked up but it’s all good

Like I said before, I’m all about transparency and I don’t want you to think that I’m recommending this ONLY because I will get compensated for it. I’m recommending it because I’ll be using it myself and I think it’s a high quality product. And either way, the SUPERCHARGED Smoothie formula is GOLD, so use that with whatever protein you have.

BTW, I shot a video of me whipping up my Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana SUPERCHARGED Smoothie, but I forgot to turn the mic on and it had no sound!

I’ll do it up for you tomorrow and maybe some other tasty recipes that follow my formula.

For now – bedtime for me. Perhaps my sneezing will stop once I fall asleep. AH CHOOO!!!


  • Trevor

    Reply Reply Wed, June 19, 2013

    I’ve never heard of protein intolerance from frequent use…. are you sure about this? Any documentation to back this claim? Your body needs protein to survive.

  • sachin

    Reply Reply Tue, April 16, 2013

    Hi Eric
    Does biotrust sell their products in India. if yes… who is the dealer?
    if not. how much would it cost to ship it to India?


  • Carol

    Reply Reply Wed, October 17, 2012

    Allergy question – what is the basis of this protein? Is it plant or animal?

    • Eric

      Reply Reply Wed, October 17, 2012

      Hi Carol – the protein is completely animal (cow) based: whey, milk and casein.

  • Josemm

    Reply Reply Fri, August 31, 2012

    Hey eric how much quantity of product is in every bottle?

    This product is getting lots of hype i got tons of emails from different sources selling it and in youtube there are also some fake reviews of “users” with exactly the same comment, that looks weird

    If this product is legyt i hope biotrust doesnt fall In bad marketing spreading fake word of mouth approach to their marketing campaign

  • Sarah

    Reply Reply Tue, August 28, 2012

    Hi Eric,

    Great sounding product – however, how do we get in the the sunny (?!) UK? Do they have UK suppliers yet? Not sure if I would get stung for import tax.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    Sarah x

    • Eric

      Reply Reply Wed, August 29, 2012

      Hmmm, your best bet is to email BioTRUST to see what customers have experienced with respect to shipping/customs. I know in Canada sometimes we get stung, but only if we ship via UPS… If we ship via US Postal Service, it’s all good. If you do get an answer I’d appreciate it if you came back here and posted it!

      • Rosetta

        Reply Reply Sun, February 17, 2013

        I’m in the UK and just lettting you know I ordered some protein powder, and it was seized coming into the UK so I never got it, it can’t be brought into the country….

  • Michael

    Reply Reply Mon, August 27, 2012

    All right! That’s nice! finally we start seeing more and more people with conscious products! I support this!
    BTW Eric that reminds me: Almost two months ago you told us you would follow the “eating for energy” program for a month. How did that work out for you? I am following it for 80 % about 6 weeks now and I feel great, have seen my body change amazingly (more cutted) and it spares some of those milk giving and egg laying animals.
    Thanks man


    • Eric

      Reply Reply Wed, August 29, 2012

      Yo Michael,

      I outlined my results in an email, if you missed it, here it is:

      “So I decided to try my buddy Yuri’s raw food
      approach that he outlines in his book called
      Eating for Energy.

      The book is a fantastic read for pure health info as
      well as enlightening about this nutritional philosophy.

      I’ll be honest – I found it tough. I don’t eat refined
      sugars or grains, but I love meat and enjoy a beer
      or two. Especially in the summer out on the balcony
      or on a patio with the sun blazing down…

      But I didn’t go 100% raw, here’s what I did:

      Week #1: Mon-Fri I went 100% raw following Yuri’s
      guidelines, on the weekend I ate normally

      Week #2 & 3: Mon-Fri I followed the Eating for
      Energy approach until dinner, where I had meat with
      my meal, on the weekend I ate normally

      I also avoided alcohol and coffee for 3 weeks as
      they’re some of the most acidifying things you can
      consume and because when I was on vacation I
      drank both in excess.

      The result – my digestive system quickly restored itself,
      and I returned to my previous balanced energy levels.

      Oh yeah, that alkaline trick…

      When you workout, your body produces acidifying
      compounds as by-products to muscular work.

      So about an hour before a workout (more if you’ve
      got a slow metabolism, less if your metabolism is fast),
      have an alkalizing meal or smoothie. This helps you
      “buffer” the acidic by-products of exercise and can
      help with your endurance.

      I did this by accident simply because I was following
      the raw food approach and I definitely felt lighter
      during my workout and my energy levels were great.

      I do this now and it’s great, I suggest you try it too, ok?”

      • Michael

        Reply Reply Wed, August 29, 2012

        All right man! Thanks a lot! The book is amazing and definitely gets me to higher energy levels, It IS tough and in the weekends I’ll get 2 “cheat”-meals (consisting of bread and meat). If i wouldn’t I’d definitely crack. Growing up with those things it is kind of hard to let go. I do believe though after these twelve weeks I’ll get 50/50 in between the rawvegan and paleo diet! Praise the Middle Way ;)!
        Cheers thanks man!

  • Nathaniel

    Reply Reply Mon, August 27, 2012

    Eric, I just sent you an email with the same concerns as Vince. If it is already a known issue then disregard my email.



    • Nathaniel

      Reply Reply Mon, August 27, 2012

      Oh yeah I forgot to mention thanks for all the awesome information. Greatly appreciated!!!


    • Eric

      Reply Reply Mon, August 27, 2012

      Just checked it out and I fixed something up – it’s working now… my bad!

  • Vince

    Reply Reply Mon, August 27, 2012

    Hey Eric, site link isn’t working for me

    • Eric

      Reply Reply Mon, August 27, 2012

      Should be live now? Give it a shot.

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