Redcon1 MRE Lite Animal Based Protein

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REDCON1 MRE LITE ANIMAL BASED PROTEIN

Redcon1 MRE Lite Animal Based Protein is the ultimate whole food replacement. “Lite” being the lower calorie & carbohydrate version. Packed with healthy and delicious real foods to refuel your body. MRE Lite contains zero whey protein, allowing for easy digestion. Packed with beef, salmon, egg, and chicken protein. Also, includes brown rice protein, pea protein and MCT oil

 

Recon1 MRE Lite Animal Based Protein Benefits:
  • Low calorie, low carbohydrate
  • 24 grams of real food protein sourced from beef, salmon, egg & chicken
  • Brown rice protein, pea protein, MCT Oil
  • No whey protein
  • Lactose free, keto friendly

 

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How To Take MRE Lite Animal Based Protein:

For added dietary protein, a bridge between meals or a protein-rich snack, mix (1) scoop of MRE Lite with 4-6 ounces of your favorite beverage, shake, well and consume. For additional protein support take up to (3) servings per say.

Under 200 lbs. - Use (1) Scoop per serving

Over 200 lbs. - Use (2) Scoops per serving

 

Redcon1 MRE Lite Supplement Facts:

Serving Size:1 Scoop (29g)

Servings Per Container:30

Calories 134

Calories from Fat 18

Total Fat 2g

Saturated Fat >1g

Trans Fat 0g

Cholesterol 0mg

Sodium 85mg

Potassium 135mg

Total Carbohydrate 4g

Dietary Fiber 1g

Sugar 2g

Protein 24g

Ingredients:Beef Protein Isolate (Bovine), Salmon Protein (Fish), Chicken Protein (Egg Albumin (egg), Brown Rice Protein, Pea Protein, Coconut Water (Coconut), MCT Oil, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Cellulose Gum, Ground Cinnamon, Salt, Sucralose, Acesulfame-K, Caramel (For Color)

 

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/