Price:
$20.99
Flavor: Barbecue
Stock:
In stock

Description

Protein Beef Sticks - Ostrim High Protein Jerky

If you're looking for a delicious and unique way to get your daily dose of Protein in, look no further. Ostrim High Protein Jerky is 100% all natural and Gluten-free friendly. Ostrim High Protein Jerky is offered in a variety of delicious and unique tasting flavors, and is made with only the highest quality ingredients on the market. Ostrim's formula packs a whopping 10g of Protein per Stick, and contains just 60 Calories. On top of all of that, Ostrim's High Protein Jerky Sticks are easy and convenient to take on-the-go. Step up your Functional Food game today with Ostrim. Pick up a Box!! Introducing Ostrim High Protein Jerky!!

Ostrim High Protein Jerky Benefits

  • 100% All Natural & Gluten-Free Formula
  • Offered In A Variety Of Delicious Tasting Flavors
  • Made With Only The Highest Quality Ingredients
  • Fully Transparent & Generously Dosed Label
  • Easy & Convenient To Take On-The-Go
  • Packed With A Whopping 10 Grams Of Protein

Ostrim High Protein Jerky Flavors

  • Barbecue
  • Natural
  • Pepper
  • Teriyaki

When Should I Eat Ostrim High Protein Jerky?

Ostrim recommends enjoying one (1) Ostrim High Protein Jerky Stick whenever you're craving a delicious Protein packed treat.

Ostrim High Protein Jerky Ingredients

Serving Size: 1 Stick

Servings Per Container: 10

Calories 60

Calories From Fat 15

Total Fat 1.5g

Saturated Fat 0g 

Cholesterol 25mg 

Sodium 290mg 

Potassium 590mg 

Total Carbohydrate 2g 

Sugars 1g

Protein 10g 

Other Ingredients: Beef, Ostrich, Filtered Water, Nonfat Dry Milk, Salt (2% Or Less), Citric Acid (2% Or Less), Potassium Chloride (2% Or Less), Potassium Lactate (2% Or Less), Natural Flavor, Sodium Erythorbate (2% Or Less), Sodium Nitrate (2% Or Less), Sucralose (2% Or Less).

Ostrim High Protein Jerky Side Effects & Warnings

Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed recommended dose.

References

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6566533/

 

Laine E, Carbone A. Protein social behavior makes a stronger signal for partner identification than surface geometry. Proteins. 2017;85(1):137-154. doi:10.1002/prot.25206

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5242317/