I know, it sounds weird. Here's the situation -- I can't afford to eat much because I'm not active. Not uncommon for PWME, I imagine. Nevertheless, I need to take some meds/supplements with food 4 times a day. I've got a good recipe for easy low calorie oat-based protein bars/muffins that I use as my food with meds twice a day. I'm now wondering if I could add some of my supplements in powdered form to the recipe. I'm willing to experiment with taste and texture, but I don't want to destroy the benefits of the supplements. The recipe currently uses whey protein powder. I know that the heat will likely denature the proteins in that, so using undenatured protein powder would be pointless. (Correct me if I'm wrong). But otherwise, is it reasonable to use protein powder in cooking? I recently added lecithin granules to the recipe. That worked well in terms of taste and texture, but have I ruined the benefits of taking lecithin by baking it? I'd like to try adding my High ORAC Energy Greens to the recipe so that I don't have to drink the not-all-that-pleasant stuff, but again the question arises -- will baking it into the bars ruin it? How about other supplements that come in powder form like calcium, magnesium, TMG, and many others? Ruined by heat or by mixing with other supplements? Anybody have a clue about this?