Redcon1 MRE Meal Replacement

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REDCON1 MRE MEAL REPLACEMENT

Redcon1 MRE Meal Replacement was designed to fuel your body with real whole foods. Stop reaching for unhealthy, low-quality food options that leave you feeling less than adequate. MRE Meal Replacement provides natural ingredients with a real protein blend with no whey. Containing milk, eggs and fish(salmon).  Packed with brown rice protein & pea protein. Quality rolled oats, yams and sweet potato. Also, MCT oil. A tasty and efficient way to you the nutrients you need to repair and recover after your workouts.  

 

Redcon1 MRE Meal Replacement Benefits:
  • Great tasting meal replacement

  • 47g real food protein per serving

  • Quality carbohydrate blend

  • Contains no whey, lactose free, dairy free

 

Customers Love Taking With:

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Redcon1 Total War Pre-Workout

Redcon1 Fade Out Sleep Formula


How To Take MRE Meal Replacement:

For added dietary protein or a meal replacement, mix (1) serving of MRE with 14-16 ounces of water or your favorite beverage, shake well and consume.

 

MRE Meal Replacement Supplement Facts:

Serving Size:4 Scoops (130g)

Servings Per Container: 25

Calories 525           

Calories from fat: 35           

Total Fat:                             4g          

Saturated Fat:                   1g

Trans Fat:                            0g               

Cholesterol:                       0mg      

Sodium:                               200mg  

Potassium:                          250mg 

Total Carbohydrate:        75g        

Dietary Fiber:                     8g          

Sugar:                                  5g               

Protein:                                47g        

 

Ingredients:Rolled Oats, Protein Blend [Beef Protein Isolate (bovine), Salmon Protein (fish), Chicken Protein, Egg Albumin (egg), Brown Rice Protein, and Pea Protein], Dehydrated Yam, Dehydrated Sweet Potato, Pea Starch, Coconut Water Powder (coconut), Dehydrated Blueberry Fruit, Dehydrated Goji Fruit, Maltodextrin, Dextrose, MCT Oil, Natural Flavor, Cellulose Gum, Cinnamon, Salt, Sucralose, Acesulfame-Potassium

 

References:

van Vliet, Stephan et al. “The Skeletal Muscle Anabolic Response to Plant- versus Animal-Based Protein Consumption.” The Journal of nutrition vol. 145,9 (2015): 1981-91. doi:10.3945/jn.114.204305

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26224750/