JKP BLOG | News, Articles & Recipes

JKP BLOG News, Articles & Recipes

JKP BLOG | Articles & Recipes

The John's Killer Protein® blog is a collection of published articles covering news worth sharing and the latest nutrition and fitness research.  Curated by a staff of writers who share a passion for healthy living, nutrition and fitness.


Here, you will also find our delicious high protein and macro friendly recipes made exclusively with John’s Killer Protein® and DOLCE – Slender Indulgences®.

We pride ourselves at sourcing the purest ingredients, and to making the highest quality Whey and Casein Protein Blends.  From our certified 100% Irish whey isolate, to our organic protein blends, our products are always made with certified organic ingredients, and from certified grass-fed dairy.  Our protein blends are always third party certified GMO-free, soy-free, sweeteners free and additives free.


We stand for sustainable health and true nutrition.  No gimmicks, no marketing games!  just pure, clean, protein you can feel good about.

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WILL EATING TOO MUCH PROTEIN MAKE YOU FAT?

Is it true that eating too much protein will make you fat? We wanted to address the age-old question of “Will Too Much Whey Protein Make Me Fat?” Protein is one of 3 macronutrients, Fats and Carbohydrates being the other two.  1g of Protein will generate 4 calories, 1g of Carbohydrates will also generate 4 […]

BEST SOURCES OF PROTEIN

What are the best sources of Protein? To many, the term “Best” is subjective and based on many factors, including price, availability, quality, consistency, and flavor just to name a few. So what is the best source of Protein?  As you can probably guess, that varies.  For example, one person can think Whey Protein tastes […]

BERRY MINT PROTEIN SHAKE

Do you love fresh berries? Do you enjoy the refreshing flavor of fresh mint? If so, this recipe is for you! Ingredients: 2 scoops John’s Killer Protein™ 8 oz whole organic milk 3/4 cup any kind of berry – raspberries, strawberries, or blueberries (or try a frozen mix) Few leaves of fresh mint (save a […]