How to Get The Scoop Out of Protein Powder (in 15 seconds)

Let’s Find Your Scooper!

Have you ever faced the dilemma of losing the scooper inside a container of protein powder? It can be a frustrating situation, especially when you’re eager to prepare your post-workout shake. Fear not! In this blog post, we’ll walk you through a simple method to retrieve that elusive scooper using a knife or fork to sift through the powder. Say goodbye to digging blindly and making a mess in the process!

How to Get The Scoop Out of Protein Powder

Before attempting to retrieve the scooper, make sure you have a clean knife or fork on hand. Choose a knife or fork with a long handle to avoid getting your hand dirty or touching the powder unnecessarily. Using the knife or fork, gently insert it into the powder alongside the container’s edge, away from the scooper’s suspected location. Slowly move the utensil inwards, sifting through the powder until you find the scooper. Gently nudge the scooper along, until you find it completely. You can then start to move the powder around, until you can reach it with your hand. Make sure to dust off the fork or knife afterwards to make sure there is no extra protein on the utensil! If you wanted to check out the review I did of the protein powder I used in the video linked above, feel free to check it out, here:

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One More Thing..

Losing a scooper inside a container of protein powder can be frustrating, but with the right approach, it’s easy to resolve. Using a knife or fork to sift through the powder cautiously allows you to retrieve the scooper efficiently without making a mess. If you want more fitness and health tips that can help you out, regardless of your current abilities in life, you need to subscribe to our blog. Otherwise, if you are going to start drinking whey protein powder, you might have been hearing some stories that it is bad for your kidneys. I actually created a video below, that can give you some insight on this as well.

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