Protein, Pre Workout, Post Workout
A nutrition shake for women that satisfies hunger while providing real results. FitMiss delight brings a full day’s essential nutrients with quality calories and delivers optimal levels of protein, digestive enzymes, vitamins and minerals.
- High protein and low calorie
- Use as a meal or healthy snack
- Curb your hunger for hours
- Gluten free and low carb
- Helps build/maintain lean muscle mass
- Includes the newest weight-loss innovation Solathin that helps with making you feel full faster
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM TAKING DELIGHT:
Women who want a high protein, low calorie shake that is low in carbs and fat and gluten free.
KEY INGREDIENTS/PROPRIETARY BLENDS IN DELIGHT:
FitMiss protein blend:
This blend contains various protein sources from whey, egg, and casein which help maintain/build lean mass while promoting muscle recovery and may also promote appetite satisfaction.
Greens and fruit blend:
The greens and fruit blend contain multiple whole food ingredients, such as flax seed and spinach, which promote a wide range of health benefits.
Digestive enzyme blend:
Protease and lactase help aid in protein digestion and absorption. These ingredients (enzymes) may help those individuals who experience nausea, cramping, or bloating when consuming whey proteins.
Solathin is a vegetable based protein that may help you feel full faster due to satiety.
BCAAs (L-Leucine, L-Valine, L-Isoleucine):
The BCAAs l-leucine, l-isoleucine, and l-valine maintain, repair and build muscle tissue. L-leucine has been suggested to support muscle repair and growth.
Add 1 scoop of FitMiss Delight to 8-12 oz. of cold water or beverage (milk, almond milk, rice milk, juice, etc.) and ice in a blender.
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