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Nutrex Research Plant Protein 18 Servings

 Nutrex Research Plant Protein 18 Servings
 Nutrex Research Plant Protein 18 Servings
 Nutrex Research Plant Protein 18 Servings
 Nutrex Research Plant Protein 18 Servings
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Looking for a Vegan-friendly Protein powder? Nutrex Research knows it can be hard to find a plant-based Protein in the world of Whey Proteins and more, so they created Nutrex Plant Protein! Nutrex Research Plant Protein contains a whopping 20g of Protein per serving, and contains absolutely no added Sugar. Nutrex Research Plant Protein contains Protein from 4 different sources, and is made with only the highest quality ingredients on the market. On top of all of that, Nutrex Research Plant Protein is non-GMO and Gluten-free friendly. Step up your Plant Protein game today with Nutrex Research. Pick up a Tub!! Introducing Nutrex Research Plant Protein!!

Nutrex Research Plant Protein Benefits

  • 20 Grams Of All-Natural Protein
  • Vegan-Friendly Formula
  • No Added Sugars
  • Low In Fat Overall
  • Easy Mixability, Smooth Consistency
  • No Artificial Sweeteners, Colors, Or Flavors
  • 4 Different Sources Of Raw Plant Protein

Nutrex Research Plant Protein Flavors

  • German Chocolate Cake
  • Vanilla Caramel
  • Cinnamon Cookies

How Do I Take Nutrex Research Plant Protein?

Nutrex Research recommends mixing one (1) Scoop with six (6) Ounces of cold Water. Plant Protein can be enjoyed at any time of day or night as a delicious Vegan sourced Protein shake. 

Nutrex Research Plant Protein Ingredients


Nutrex Research Plant Protein Side Effects & Warnings

Keep out of reach of children. As individuals vary, so may results from this product. Store in a cool, dry place. Contents sold by weight, not by volume. 


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Mariotti F. Animal and Plant Protein Sources and Cardiometabolic Health. Adv Nutr. 2019;10(Suppl_4):S351-S366. doi:10.1093/advances/nmy110

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