VLCD DIET WHEY ULTRALEAN

VLCD DIET WHEY ULTRALEAN

NUTRITION SHAKE

DIET REDUCED IN ENERGY AND INCLUDING REGULAR EXERCISE, CONTRIBUTES TO WEIGHT LOSS OR WEIGHT MAINTENANCE.
ƒƒGOOD SOURCE OF PROTEIN, VITAMINS AND MINERALS.
ƒƒPROTEIN CONTRIBUTES TO THE MAINTENANCE OF LEAN MUSCLE MASS.
ƒƒIODINE IS NECESSARY FOR NORMAL PRODUCTION OF THYROID HORMONES & NORMAL ENERGY METABOLISM.
PANTOTHENIC ACID IS NECESSARY FOR NORMAL FAT METABOLISM, AND CONTRIBUTES TO THE REDUCTION OF TIREDNESS AND FATIGUE.
THIAMINE IS NECESSARY FOR NORMAL CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM.
ESSENTIAL LEVELS OF CARBOHYDRATE CONTRIBUTE ENERGY FOR NORMAL METABOLISM.
GOOD SOURCE OF DIETARY FIBRE.


HIGH PROTEIN SHAKE WITH WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE AND CONCENTRATE.

WHY VLCD DIET WHEY ULTRALEAN

USN’s DIET WHEY ULTRALEAN represents the newest and most advanced technology in supplementing a weight management plan. This delicious shake provides you with a nutritious snack for in-between meals. The USN LeanSystem™ blend consists of high fibre levels, chromium and a high level of bio-available Calcium.

WHEN TO TAKE VLCD DIET WHEY ULTRALEAN
  • Have 1-2 servings daily, as a meal or snack replacement.

POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF VLCD DIET WHEY ULTRALEAN
  • Diet reduced in energy and including regular exercise, contributes to weight loss or weight maintenance.
  • ƒƒGood source of protein, vitamins and minerals.
  • ƒƒProtein contributes to the maintenance of lean muscle mass.
  • ƒƒIodine is necessary for normal production of thyroid hormones & normal energy metabolism.
  • Pantothenic acid is necessary for normal fat metabolism, and contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
  • Thiamine is necessary for normal carbohydrate metabolism.
  • Essential levels of carbohydrate contribute energy for normal metabolism.
  • Good source of dietary fibre.
SIZES
  • 450g
  • 900g
FLAVOURS
  • Chocolate
  • Strawberry
  • Vanilla

 

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