This is for those who take protein shakes. I have found that if you mix your shake with water instead of milk it can be a little hard to go down at first if you’re used to milk; but after the first few it becomes old hat and you expect it. I never took my shakes with water until I started keeping my protein powder at the gym and was forced to due to the lack of refrigeration. I highly suggest it. A typical gallon of milk runs around $3.47 according to the information I found at the Bureau of Labor Statistics website. At 128 ounces per gallon that’s 2.71 cents per ounce. Most people mix their powder with roughly 8 ounces of milk. Now most people would scoff at a savings of only roughly 21.7 cents per shake. But if you’re already paying $0.40 to $1.35 per shake adding 22 cents can make a difference. Or if you take on average a shake a day, you can look at it as $6.60 a month. If you’re like me, you’re already taking a multivitamin, krill oil, CLA and a pre-workout supplement. Any way I can save a few bucks, or a few pennies, anywhere makes a huge difference.
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