Vegan Protein Essentials

$39.00

  • Provides a source of protein which helps build and repair body tissues and assists in te buildingof lean muscle mass when combined with regular training and a healthy balanced diet.
  • Provides a source of amino acid involved inmuscle proten synthesis.
  • Provides a source of antioxidants and digestive ensymes.
  • Provides a source of fiber to support good health.

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