Meal Replacement Formula | Allmax Nutrition Meal Prep
If you're looking for an all-natural meal replacement, look no further. Allmax Nutrition Meal Prep comes in a variety of delicious tasting flavors. Allmax Nutrition Meal Prep contains a whopping 140 calories per serving, and contains absolutely no Sugar or Maltodextrin. This all-in-one meal replacement provides slow release Carbohydrates, & is made with Proteins from Salmon, Chicken, Eggs, & Beef. On top of all of that, Meal Prep delivers a whopping grams of Protein. Pick up a tub today, you won't be disappointed!! Introducing Allmax Nutrition Meal Prep!!
Allmax Nutrition Meal Prep Benefits
- Comes In A Variety Of Delicious Tasting Flavors
- Acts As An All In One Meal Replacement
- Contains Just 140 Calories Per Serving
- No Sugar Or Maltodextrin Included
- Easy For On-The-Go Powder Formula
- Provides Slow Release Carbohydrates
- Made With Protein From Beef, Salmon, Chicken, & Eggs
- Formulated With Zero Dairy Proteins
- Delivers 50 Whopping Grams Of Protein Per Serving
Allmax Nutrition Meal Prep Flavors
- Blueberry Cobbler
- Banana Nut Bread
How Do I Take Allmax Nutrition Meal Prep?
Allmax Nutrition recommends mixing one to four (1-4) rounded scoops with 4-6 ounces of Water or Milk per scoop. You can add more or less Water depending on desired consistency.
Allmax Nutrition Meal Prep Ingredients
Allmax Nutrition Meal Prep Side Effects & Warnings
Store in a cool, dry place. Use only as directed. Keep out of reach of children. Contains Egg, Fish, Tree-Nuts, Wheat, & Sesame.
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