What does everybody mix with their Inspire protein powder?

As for liquid of choice. It is completely up to your preference and what your intentions are for weight loss. This is about being Mindful of Calories but you have to LIKE the taste too.


Milk. The first time you blend an Inspire drink, use fat free milk to get the best flavor! Then you can try or experiment with other liquids. Some people do not like the unique flavors of almond milk or cashew milk or soy milk and they think this nutty flavor is the Inspire. We suggest using 4 ounces of 1 or 2% milk, add your protein, blend with a spoon, add more liquid to your taste, then if desired add ice. Mmmmm… yummo!

Water. Inspire protein powders are formulated for water. They all taste good with water and are lowest in calories with water. Fill glass with 4 ounces water, add a scoop of Inspire and stir with a spoon like you were making chocolate milk with Nestles Quik! Add a little more water to your taste and desired thickness.

Almond Milk – Cashew Milk – Coconut Milk. Make sure you use Unsweetened! Next lowest in calories at about 30 calories per cup, nut milks add creaminess and a nice nutty toasty flavor. Use UNSWEETENED Almond Milk, use unsweetened almond milk, use unsweetened almond milk, unless of course your intention is to NOT lose weight. I prefer Almond Breeze brand of Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk for some of my Inspire flavors while others I like better with Coconut Almond Milk or dairy milk – try them with different liquids to find your favorite! Use 4 ounces in glass, add your protein, blend with spoon, add more liquid to taste.


REMEMBER… use MORE liquid for lighter flavor or a less sweet drink but use LESS liquid for more flavor or a slightly sweeter thicker drink! You don’t need a blender or pulverizer and you don’t need to add fruit and ice – you can blend it in a glass or you can use a shaker but go easy or you will create lots of foam. Inspire is texture of chocolate milk so it is bariatric-easy to drink. We know because we drink it too! We developed it for picky bariatric palates plus it has the right nutrition profile. It’s jet fuel for burning fat.  There’s nothing else like it. 

Inspire Peanut Butter Cup Protein Powder blended with 1% Milk


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13 thoughts on “FAQ: What does everybody mix with their Inspire protein powder?

    • Susan Maria Leach says:

      BE Founder~~ Patricia, our system is automated and when you hit the SEND button after the order review, it automatically goes to the shipping warehouse. Just as with most companies, we don’t have people monitoring and reading orders. Sorry but we are unable to change anything about an order once it is submitted. – SML

  1. Brenda Jeter says:

    I want to get started but not sure how. I’m thinking I should do the 4 protein drinks and one meal. What would 4 protein shakes in calories equate to per day? I printed a copy of the 48 hour reset…but need an idea of how many protein drinks needed per week. Also, I understand inspire is low calorie but how many calories are in one package. Is there a start kit where I can just select my flavor?

  2. Yvonne Farrington says:

    Do you have single shake samples? I would like to try your shakes before committing to a large order. I am not adventurous when it comes to flavors. Vanilla, chocolate, banana ……..

  3. Jennifer says:

    What are the little stars at the top right corner of each product for? I thought maybe to add as favorite, but nothing happened. Just wondering.

  4. Kay says:

    Are these shakes ok for people who have not had bariatric surgery? I tried my friends and they are so much better than anything at the health food store. I am insulin resistant. Thank you.

    • Sylvia Rodriguez says:

      Yes… i have not had this surgrey….. my mother had bariatric surgery and she let me try one… super good so I took the nutrifacts to my endricrindologist (Hashimotos and borderline diabetes) and he said these shakes are actually better for you than the ones they sell at the store.

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