SynerProTein® was originally formulated by Dr. James Scala, nutritionist to NASA and the US Olympic team, and thanks to sophisticated nutritional engineering, SynerProTein® will help you obtain complete, high quality vegetable protein without the calories, cholesterol and fat of other protein sources.
Provides 18g of soya protein per serving, combined with cruciferous vegetables, vitamins, minerals and herbs to aid absorption. Contains no dairy, wheat, gluten, cholesterol, yeast or artificial additives.
SynerProTein® is produced from non-genetically modified soya, which has been shown in studies to have a number of health benefits for the cardiovascular system.
- Original vanilla flavour and only 111 calories per serving. Simply mix with water or milk, or add fruits to make up a great tasting protein shake. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Available in Original Vanilla or Chocolate flavour.
Directions: May be used occasionally as a meal replacement. Add fresh fruits to the blender to make your own favourite smoothie.
448g - 5-14 day supply
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Ingredients: Isolated soya protein, fructose, maltodextrin, fenugreek, di-calcium phosphate, potassium chloride, SynerPro concentrate (broccoli, carrot, red beet, rosemary, tomato, turmeric, cabbage, grapefruit, orange bioflavonoids, hesperidin), canola oil, dl-methionine, vanilla flavour, magnesium oxide, lecithin (from soy), silica gel, vitamin C, ferrous fumarate, niacin (as niacinamide), vitamin A (palmitate), chromium chloride, pantothenic acid (as calcium pantothenate), thiamin hydrochloride, riboflavin, potassium iodide, pyridoxine HCI, and cyanocobalmin.
Note: This product contains vitamin A in the form of retinol. Pregnant women or those likely to become pregnant must not take more than one serving daily, except on the advice of a doctor or ante-natal clinic. Allergy advice: contains soya.
Also available in money saving six pack (6 x 448g) product code: 9784
Available in Original Vanilla or Chocolate flavour (448g tub)
Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dosage. Food Supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet. Always consult your Doctor or Pharmacist before taking food supplements when you are on prescribed medication.