ProteinPlus Vanilla Latte

(2 customer reviews)

$84.00

  • 18g Protein
  • 19 Amino Acids
  • 80mg Caffeine per serving†
  • Gluten Free
  • Soy Free
  • Supports Healthy Energy Production and Metabolism†
  • Supports Immune Function by Providing Immunoglobulins and Other Immune Factors†
  • Supports Intestinal Health†
  • Supports Healthy Intestinal Cytokine Balance†
  • Supports Healthy Body Composition†
  • Supports Detoxification and Antioxidant Systems†

Description

ProteinPlus is an all-natural, nutrient-dense shake mix designed to support healthy energy production, gastrointestinal integrity, cytokine balance, and the body’s natural ability to detoxify. It is a wholesome alternative for individuals seeking to maintain robust energy levels, enhance their workout, or simply maintain overall health and wellness. This unique, fructose-free formula contains the same micronutrient profile (different dosages) found in Meno Clinic Center for Functional Medicine’s MultiMax, along with supplemental methylcobalamin (activated vitamin B12) and whole coffee fruit standardized to chlorogenic acid. ProteinPlus features Vegan Protein Blend, pea-based protein; Immune Blend, a bovine-derived immunoglobulin concentrate; truebroc®, glucoraphanin from broccoli seed extract; and arabinogalactan, a prebiotic. ProteinPlus provides 80 mg of caffeine per serving.†

ProteinPlus is an innovative and healthy way to add protein, micronutrients, immunoglobulins, and fiber to your daily routine. This nutritious and delicious shake provides antioxidant, detoxification, and energy support. It can be part of a healthy and energizing breakfast, a great pre-workout shake, or a quick pick-me-up in the afternoon. ProteinPlus is a nutrient-rich alternative to common energy drinks.*

Additional information

Disclaimer

†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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2 reviews for ProteinPlus Vanilla Latte

  1. Linda Anderson (verified owner)

  2. Colleen (verified owner)

    Always a delicious yummy shake in the morning.

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