Meal replacement (MRP) shakes are quickly becoming one of the best and most effective dietary supplements to aid in achieving your highest level of fitness.
Diet Remains #1, But ...
Do you know how you can you achieve your lowest body fat percentage? How can you achieve road map veins running around your entire body? Is it training 7 days a week? Is it endless cardio? The answer is none of the above. DIET REMAINS #1!!
While diet remains a vital part of any athletes/bodybuilders lifestyle, no matter how many hours you food prep there’s always that situation where you just don’t have enough time or your always on the go and hours have passed and your starving. And when you finally do eat you usually eat bad or over eat.
Well, at The Muscle House Nutrition, we found a better way to integrate these meal gaps. TMH Meal Replacement powder is not only designed with optimal nutrients (macro and micro) in mind, but perhaps more importantly, it’s designed to fit your busy on the go lifestyle.
Our high quality, grain-sourced carbohydrates, multiple protein sources, good Cholesterol and a plethora of extras all come in a gourmet-tasting, ALL NATURAL instant meal replacement powder – giving you the freedom to help plan your schedule, and your nutritional diet, together.
Meal Replacement Supplement Facts and Usage
- 0g sugar
- 20g Protein
- 223 Calories
- 11g carbs
- Vitamins A – E
- 5mg good cholesterol (Chia seed, MCT Oil, peanut flour)
- Use as a Meal Replacement (MRP)
- Use as a post workout shake
- Healthy late-night snack. (those annoying late night cravings)
- First meal of the day (pre-breakfast, pre-morning cardio)
Meal Replacement Ingredient Breakdown
- Cholesterol - High-density lipoprotein (HDL) protects the body from cholesterol. Exercise helps increase levels of HDL good cholesterol. In men with belly fat, regular endurance exercise increased HDL good cholesterol levels. Exercise may even change the nature of our cholesterol.
- Potassium, just like sodium, plays a significant role in muscular contractions & relaxations (thus enabling you to train hard), ensuring proper recovery when ingested after strenuous exercise, and preventing excessive cramping due to electrolyte balance.
- Carbohydrates play an especially important role as they provide the quick energy needed for exercise. Carbohydrates, found in foods like grains, fruits, vegetables, beans, and dairy products, are your body's favorite source of energy.
- Protein plays an important role as a building block for bones, blood, skin, cartilage, and muscle. Protein isn't stored by the body and can't be drawn from as an energy source. The other essential macronutrients, carbohydrates and fats, provide the energy required for life and exercise.
- Calcium and physical activity are important for bone health. But when you consider the net benefits of calcium, especially in supplement form, it's unlikely to serve as a good substitute for regular exercise. Calcium is an important mineral that your body uses to build and maintain strong bones
- Vitamins - A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, B12, C, D3, E.