Redcon1 MRE Meal Replacement
Redcon1 MRE meal replacement is a 100% dairy-free meal replacement protein powder. Taking inspiration from the MRE's served in the military, Redcon1 has created a whole-food protein powder that combines real food.
One look at the ingredient panel & you will see Redcon1 is packed full of real food options including oats, sweet potato, beef protein & more.
- 100% Dairy-free
- Zero lactose
- Massive 520 Calories per serve
- Real food meal replacement solution on the go
- Wide range of flavors
- Amazing taste
- Mixes well in water
For best results mix 1 serving (4 scoops) of Redcon1 MRE in 400ml of water or your chosen milk alternative for extra calories and shake. This can be consumed anytime when you need a boost in both protein and calories throughout the day, such as post-workout.
Redcon1 MRE Protein Powder is a market leader and there is no other product on the market like this. Typically meal replacements/mass gainer protein powders are loaded with cheap sugars and slow-digesting milk-based proteins which reak havoc on your digestive system. MRE does not contain either of those and packs only real, quality food into each serve.
Redcon1 MRE Meal Replacement Ingredients
Whole Food protein blend (Beef protein isolate, pea protein, brown rice protein, chicken protein, egg albumen, salmon protein)
Dehydrated sweet potato
Coconut water powder
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