ProYo began with a bang: a devastating weightlifting accident that sent me into a hospital bed and months of painful rehab.
But what started as a life-altering injury transformed into a revelation. Inspired by the patients I met during my recovery – many with grave conditions who were forced to eat joyless food to meet dietary restrictions – I set out to create the ultimate nutritionally-balanced treat. I was determined to create nutrition-packed food that everyone could – and would want – to eat.
ProYo is a revolutionary high-protein blend that combines delicious taste, powerful nutrition, clean ingredients, and a touch of delight. It’s food with purpose… for Weekend Warriors, busy parents, healthful yogis, and picky kids. It’s also for the doctors, nutritionists, and patients I’ve had the pleasure of meeting along my journey. It’s for anyone with optimism and determination – with a desire to dig into life and do more every day.
ProYo is for you!
Santa Barbara, CA
Blowin’ Away the Ice Cream CompetitionMarch 8, 2017
When I started ProYo, I was inspired to create the ultimate nutritionally-balanced treat – food that everyone could eat, and would actually want to. I’m so proud to share that we’re giving our fans and retail partners what they’ve asked for – high protein, low-fat and low-calorie ice cream available in a variety of delicious […]
Recipe of the week
ProYo Berry Protein Waffles10 min hands on30 min total time
Summertime equals berry time and we couldn’t be more excited that our favorite fresh fruits will now be in season. We’ve partnered up with Caroline of Caroline Cooks Clean to create a protein-packed breakfast that’s topped with the freshest berries of the season, leaving you full of antioxidant and protein powered awesomeness. We were pumped to […]
From the Blog
ProYo, the Perfect Pregnancy TreatJune 21, 2017
We couldn’t be more excited that our friend and lifestyle blogger, Chandice Probst of This Vivacious Life, has announced she’s pregnant with her 4th child. She’s having a baby boy who her other children think should be named Willy, Stuart or Bob (no, seriously). On her blog, Chandice shared her experience being pregnant for the […]