Build muscle and burn fat at the same time with Fat Burning Protein! Combing 3 protein sources with a cutting-edge fat burning formula, Weekly Supps Fat Burning Protein provides your body with the protein it needs, while increasing your metabolic rate and fat utilisation!
Weekly Supps “Fat Burning Protein” is a fat loss protein designed to increase fat loss and support learn muscle growth. Designed for men and women wanting to lose body fat whilst building and maintaining lean muscle, Weekly Supps Fat Burning Protein can be used as a meal replacement in the morning, allowing your body to get the protein it needs immediately, while also feeding your muscles amino loaded protein throughout the day!
Packed with 30g of protein, and less that 2g of fats or carbs per serve, Weekly Supps Fat Burning Protein combines Whey Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate & Milk Protein Isolate to offer both fast and slow-burning protein sources. A fat burning matrix including L-Carnitine, Lotus Leaf Extract, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Green Tea Extract, Raspberry Ketones, Mucuna Pruien Extract, Glucomannan, Conjugated Linoleic, and Caffeine Anhydrous supports your fat loss efforts, leading to increased metabolic rate and fat utilisation.
Weekly Supps Fat Burning Protein is available in Salted Caramel, Vanilla or Chocolate Fudge. And, at only 142 calories per serve, it is the perfect, quick and convenient meal replacement or post-workout shake!
Ingredients Grass-Fed Whey Protein Isolate, Grass-Fed Whey Protein Concentrate, Grass-Fed Milk Protein Isolate, L-Carnitine, Lotus Leaf Extract, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Green Tea Extract, Raspberry Ketones, Mucuna Pruien Extract, Glucomannan, Conjugated Linoleic, & Caffeine Anhydrous. Flavouring, Sucralose.
Chocolate flavours include organic and alkalised Cacao.
Servings Per Package: 25
Serving Size: 40 Grams
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Burner Whey should be consumed 2 times per day. It is best to spread consumption throughout the day giving your muscles a consistent flow of nutrients. It should form part of a well-constructed diet plan so that every meal delivers adequate protein to the muscles.
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