NutriKey Wellness Whey Protein is now better tasting, comes from grass-fed and rBGH-Free (hormone free) cows, Gluten-Free, GMO-Free and mixes well in just water.
Wellness Whey Protein is a superior formulation for individuals looking to add protein to their diets to enhance health and well-being. It is ideal for people who want to maintain optimal nutrition after a workout, in the midst of a busy day, or for additional nourishment and support.
Wellness Whey Protein supplies bioactive, grass fed and rBGH-Free protein and branched chain amino acids for increasing energy, metabolism and promoting lean muscle mass.
Wellness Whey Protein is suitable for people of all ages, as well as those who find it difficult to consume adequate protein in their diets.
Serving Size: 23g
Servings per Container: About 20
Ingredients: Other Ingredients: Whey Protein Isolate, Natural Flavor, Xanthan Gum Powder, Stevia Leaf Extract.
Gluten Free | Non-GMO
All NutriKey brand supplements are Pharmaceutical Grade and produced in Certified GMP (cGMP) facilities. All NutriKey brand supplements meet or exceed cGMP standards and are third party tested by NSF.
Suggest Use: Stir or blend 3/4 scoop into 8 ounces of liquid to supplement your diet with additional protein or enjoy as a healthy snack. Mixes easily with water or full-fat, plain yogurt.
Caution: If pregnant, nursing, or taking medication, consult your healthcare practitioner before use. Keep out of reach of children.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.
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