Interested in losing weight, building beautiful muscles and sleeping more deeply at night? With a nimble sleight of hand, you can ditch carb-heavy fillers for a delicious, balancing food that's rich in protein and easy on your waistline. Your taste buds will notice: and they will be pleasantly surprised.
The items in this bundle blend together for a smooth, thick shake you'll look forward to savoring every day.
There's solid evidence to suggest that a high-protein diet can support weight loss. And plant protein is just as effective as animal protein in helping you to shed excess weight. Plant foods also harbor other health benefits, such as helping you to effortlessly detox and control inflammation.
A protein-rich diet won't only stoke the fires of your metabolism – it will also help you build muscle mass and safeguard against slow muscle loss that's linked to aging. Other benefits include:
To get the most out of the Protein Power Bundle, we suggest that you make a light morning smoothie with Vitality SuperGreen and Super Spirulina Plus. In the evening, a shake made with Fermented Protein Powder will give you just enough carbohydrates to support sleep and just enough protein to fuel muscle repair while you drift off into a restorative slumber. Or mix them all together and enjoy!
Your Protein Power Bundle includes:
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