Renew Life - FitSMART Vegan Shake - Chocolate Delight - 613g

Renew Life


Reach for the best VEGAN protein available!

  • FitSMART Vegan protein shake delivers 20 grams of protein and 10 grams of fibre in each satisfying shake. It is easy to digest, tastes great and mixes well!
  • FitSMART Vegan protein shake is 100% grain-free, gluten-free, soy-free and GMO-free.
  • FitSMART Vegan protein shake comes in two delicious flavours: Pomegranate Berry and Chocolate Delight.

Directions for use: Mix one level scoop in 250ml of cold water. Shake well and drink. Additional water can be added to adjust sweetness to your liking. After opening, store in a cool, dry place with the lid tightly closed.

Ingredients: Pea protein powder, acacia gum fibre powder, xylitol, cocoa powder, hemp seed protein powder, natural flavours, stevia leaf extract, bacillus subtilis, bromelain, cranberry protein powder, flax seed fibre powder, salt, chia seed protein powder.

Important Nutritional Information: (per serving, 43.7g - 1 scoop) Calories 150, Protein 20g, Carbohydrates 14g, Total Fat 1g, Fibre 10g, Sugars 0.5g, Calcium 10% of Daily Value, Iron 36% of Daily Value

Renew Life does not use genetically modified ingredients. All ingredients are NON-GMO / GMO-FREE

Vegan Protein Sources: Pea Protein Powder, Hemp Seed Protein Powder, Cranberry Protein Powder, and Chia Seed Protein Powder

Fibre Sources: Acacia Gum Fibre Powder and Flaxseed Fibre Powder

Acacia fibre is a source of prebiotic fibre that does not cause excessive gas or bloating (common with many other fibre sources)

Digestive Support Ingredients: Bacillus Subtilis and Bromelain

Bacillus Subtilis and bromelain are part of a digestive support ingredient called Prohydrolase. Bacillus Subtilis is a plant sourced probiotic that helps to produce enzymes in the body. Bromelain is a proteolytic enzyme found in pineapple. Together these ingredients help to properly breakdown the ingredients in the FitSMART Vegan shake leading to optimized digestion.

Keep all xylitol and xylitol containing food products out of reach of dogs. Even small amounts can be toxic to dogs. If you suspect your dog has eaten a xylitol-containing food, please contact your veterinarian immediately.

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