Chocolate Protein

$44.95
30-Day Supply

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Product Description

A complete protein to boost your body inside and out. 


You’re two delicious tablespoons a day away from better bones, stronger muscles, more energy, and enhanced antibodies. 

 

Turn to protein when you need a whole team of healthy benefits. Protein helps you feel fuller, which can help with weight loss without losing muscle mass. In fact, protein helps build muscles and strengthen bones at any age. With whey protein, you don’t have to sacrifice strength as you age gracefully. 

Our delicious whey protein is also key to maintaining healthy cholesterol and keeping triglycerides and blood pressure under control. It can fight stomach issues, diabetes, and even help you from developing cancer. 

Sweetened with stevia and organic cacao, our Vanilla Whey Protein Supplement is packed with as much protein as possible, with no added sugar and almost no lactose. 

Try it before or after a workout, as part of a healthy post-workout recovery, and anytime you need a healthy and delicious reward.

Dietary Requirements

  • Egg Free
  • Vegetarian
  • Organic
  • Non GMO
  • Gluten Free
  • Yeast Free
  • Wheat Free
  • Milk or Milk Derivatives Free
  • Lactose Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Soy Free
  • Artificial Color Free
  • Artificial Flavor Free
  • Sodium Free (less than 5mg per serving)
  • Kosher

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes whey protein better than other types of protein?
Whey protein has a higher profile of amino acids, with more nutrition to build and boost your health. It also is one of the most bioavailable sources of protein. You can take it before a workout and trust that the nutrients are reaching your muscles and helping recovery and repair.
Other than building muscle, what health benefits does whey protein provide?
So many! Protein is used by the body to regulate hormones, create enzymes, control cholesterol, repair tissue and bones, and produce vital antibodies, among many other things.
Should I consume more protein as I get older?
Protein is always a necessary component. However, as we age, we lose our own natural protein efficacy as the strength and quality of our muscles and bones naturally deteriorates. Studies have shown that older adults who consume more protein experience less mobility problems and better overall health.
Can I consume whey or soy protein if I am lactose intolerant?
Whey and soy protein are milk derivatives, though they contain trace amounts of lactose. In small doses, they should not cause any major issues. If you have high lactose intolerance, consider other protein alternatives and consult your doctor.
Are there any differences between the chocolate and vanilla Santo Remedio protein supplements?
Just the flavor! Both are sweetened with stevia extract and no added sugar. In addition, they contain protein concentrate and isolate – with the highest protein content per serving. These supplements contain practically no lactose or fat.