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MET-Rx Protein Plus RTD 51 is a delicious, ready-to-drink (RTD) shake that can help your muscles recover after a grueling workout. Each can provides you with a whopping 51 grams of protein and is low in fat, featuring slow-digesting proteins for extended muscle support. This creamy vanilla high-protein shake is loaded with BCAAs and other essential aminos from high-quality protein. Plus, MET-Rx Protein Plus RTD 51 is an excellent source of over 20 vitamins and minerals that are essential for protein metabolism and other metabolic functions. For best results, drink RTD 51 immediately following your workout to help support muscle recovery and help replenish your energy.
MET-Rx Protein Plus RTD 51 is a convenient post-workout choice to aid with muscle recovery. It’s an excellent source of over 20 vitamins and minerals that are essential for protein metabolism and other metabolic functions.
Each can provides you with 51 grams of protein and 2 grams of sugar and is low in fat.
This ready-to-drink shake is a natural source of BCAAs and other essential amino acids from high-quality protein.
For best results, drink this RTD immediately following your workout for extended muscle support.
Use in conjunction with an intense daily exercise program and a balanced diet including an adequate caloric intake.
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Good sauce of protein which is 51 g and good meal replacement too.Published 5 days ago by T. Chantanakij
Love the drinks but usually when they are shipped, one will burst open and leak through the box.Published 1 month ago by Columbia
Great protein to carb/fat ratio. Best tasting pre-made protein I have have used. Muscle Milk, EAS Advantage, etc... still better tasting.Published 2 months ago by Jeffrey A. Cox
At first I thought i liked it, reordered it but became sick of the taste - threw the rest away. If you're mostly focused on the protein content and can get past the taste, it does... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Marianne M. Bentz