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Isolate Protein (Chocolate)


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  • Ultra-filtered, low-lactose, non-GMO Whey Isolate Protein
  • Supports muscle repair, lean body mass & antioxidant capacity
  • Flavored & sweetened using only naturally derived ingredients
  • Per serving: 110 Calories, 25g Protein, 1g Carbs (Vanilla) / 2g Carbs (Chocolate), =1g Fat
  • 30 servings per container
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Non-GMO Isolate Protein provides a pure and potent dose of essential and branched-chain amino acids to support muscle recovery, lean tissue integrity, antioxidant capacity and immune health†. It's formulated from ultra-filtered low-temperature-processed whey protein isolate to be quickly absorbed to help rapidly replenish amino acids in those exercising or competing at high intensities. Every serving contains 25 grams whey protein isolate, less than 0.5g of lactose,  ≤1g of fat, and ≤2g of carbs. It mixes easily with any cold beverage for a convenient post-workout recovery boost. 

This non-GMO formula is gluten-free, low-lactose and contains no synthetic colors or flavors. It's naturally flavored and sweetened with stevia and monk fruit extract - it contains no aspartame, no sucralose and no Ace-k.

†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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