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NUTRILITE™ Protein Powder Mini Package
SKU: 5159| Size: 3 packages/10g each
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YOUR HEALTH STARTS SMALL!
NUTRILITE ™ Protein Powder Mini Package limited edition sale starting from the 1st of August!*.
Protein powder is a high quality protein that ensures a balanced amount of nine essential amino acids.
Taking into account the concept of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle, we can say that this product is a more balanced alternative to traditional protein sources such as red meat, cheese, eggs and rich milk.
*Limited offer. Sold no more than 5 pieces on ABO or Client's number. On sale until the products are available.
Vegetable-based protein powder is a completely natural protein containing scarcely any fat.
- It provides a high-quality protein and contains a balanced amount of nine essential amino acids.
- One dose (10 g) of the powder contains 8 g of protein.
- Ingredients are extracted from natural protein sources: soy, wheat and peas.
- The powder can be added to food and drinks without altering their taste.
- No artificial coloring, flavoring and preserving agents.
The formula is based on 100% vegetable protein sources (soy, wheat, peas).
- The proteins consist of all essential amino acids.
- The supplement can be either used as a cocktail or added to food or drinks.
- The product is free from artificial additives, sweeteners, coloring, flavoring or preserving agents and GMOs.
- A recommended daily dose of the powder (2 heaped tablespoons) contains only 1 g of fat and 80 kcal.
- No cholesterol.
- Suitable for vegetarians.
- Suitable for vegans.
SOY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE, WHEAT PROTEIN, PEA PROTEIN, EMULSIFIER: SOYBEAN LECITHIN, FLOWING AGENT: SILICON DIOXIDE.
The recommended daily dose of the powder is 2 tablespoons. The supplement can be either used as a cocktail or added to food or drinks.
The physiological need for protein for adults is the following: 0.8–0.9 g per kilogram of ideal body weight for women and 0.9–1.2 g per kilogram of ideal body weight for men.
The need for protein increases during periods of growth and development, pregnancy, recovery from injuries and severe diseases, and under intensive physical workload (hard work, sport).
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