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Vegan Protein Plus All in One Shake (Chocolate)


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  • Vegan All in One formula that's dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free & non-GMO
  • Flavored & sweetened using only naturally derived ingredients
  • 20 servings per container
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Formulated as a convenient, just-add-liquid meal supplement or substantial snack, Life Time Fitness Plant-powered Vegan Protein+ All in One Shake offers a complete amino acid profile from pea, chia, and chlorella proteins. Each 210 Calorie serving provides 30g of high-quality protein, 5 to 6 grams of fiber, and 5 grams of fat. Plus, we've added multivitamin/multi-mineral and fruit/vegetable blends to enhance the nutrient profile with highly bioavailable forms of vitamins and minerals in dosages that can reduce or replace a daily multivitamin (if using two servings of Vegan Protein+ per day). Additional soluble and insoluble fiber, digestive enzymes and probiotics support digestive wellness†. 

The formula is dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian and non-GMO and it contains no aspartame, no sucralose, no Ace-K, no synthetic colors, no binders, no fillers, no preservatives, and no harmful additives. 

Per serving: 210 Calories, 30g Protein, 14g Carbs (Chocolate) / 13g Carbs (Vanilla), 6g fiber (Chocolate) / 5g fiber (Vanilla), 5g Fat from MCT oil

>50% DV of 17 vitamins & minerals + fruit; veggie blend, digestive enzymes; probiotics

†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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